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ark:/16417/th718d1rmx997Ben Simpson Jr., 111 Leader Avenue, defending Open welterweight champion, weighs in for the Golden Gloves tournament beginning tonight at Woodland auditorium as Bobby Wagoner, Paris, Open lightweight contender, waits in line. Sergeant E.C. Hale of the Fraternal Order of Police checks the scales. Blue Grass Lodge No. 4 of the FOP is co-sponsor of the tourney with The Herald-Leader. Simpson and Wagoner, who went to the semi-finals of last year's Novice lightweight class, were among the horde of Glovers who were given physical examinations and weight check-ups at The Herald-Leader building yesterday.Image
ark:/16417/th7h765dgglsvCooperstown housing project for student veterans near Woodland Avenue, March, 1946.Image
ark:/16417/th72jgjhhbtmjInquiring Reporter finds that Henry Clay is given edge in game with Lafayette. Jean Newman, 326 Woodland avenue, Henry Clay student.Image
ark:/16417/th784h8h5gs31Lexington's oldest piece of heavy-duty fire equipment, called obsolete five years ago, at Woodland avenue station, in 27th year of use.Image
ark:/16417/th7k2v89ndm19Tommy and Mary Jo Dixon, who act as caretakers when No. 5 engine company on woodland avenue answers an alarm.Image
ark:/16417/th7qgr15mbm1pVeteran of 38 months overseas with the Army, Joseph R. Carroll Jr., 401 Woodland Avenue, was last voter to sign up before registration office closed until after August primary. Bob Drake and Hugh Buckley, in short-sleeves look on.Image