People, Aug. 1, 1938

"Names make news." names made this news:

To the Burlington, Wis. Liars' Club was elected Douglas Gorce Corrigan.

Tony Galento, clownish saloon-keeping heavyweight of Orange, N. J., was training for his Philadelphia fight with Negro John Henry Lewis five days before the bout. After flattening three sparring partners at Madame Bey's Summit, N. J., training camp, Fisticuffer Galento drove sweatily back to his bar, served a few beers, drank a few himself and was soon running a 104° temperature between chills. At Orange Memorial Hospital, where his case was diagnosed as lobar pneumonia, he tried...

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