Sport: Scoreboard, Jan. 16, 1956

¶ New York State Athletic Commissioner Julius Helfand won a clear-cut decision in his fight to disband the Boxing Managers Guild (TIME, Dec. 26). James Dougan Norris, president of the International Boxing Club, announced that he could no longer deal with guild managers, and the guild began to come apart at the seams. One after another, managers who wanted to go on making a living in the boxing racket resigned. By playing ball with Helfand, Norris had put himself back in an old and profitable position—once more he is boss of boxing.

¶ After a few years of athletic obscurity in the...

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