Former boxer and middleweight champion of the world, Norman (Kid McCoy) Selby (standing left) and Judge A. A. Scott (seated right). Selby was in court to claim $105 that was taken from him by the authorities to use as evidence when he was arrested for murder 13 years ago. At that time (1924), Selby was charged with the murder of his sweetheart, Mrs. Theresa W. Moers. Selby served time in San Quentin before making parole in 1932. Selby was given back his $105 (all in large, old-style bills) minus a 10 cent county tax. He planned to use the money for some last minute Christmas shopping.
Mrs. Paul S. Sweeney and Bess Marcus playing golf with a tennis court in the background. One woman is measuring her shot as the other looks on. Photographer's shadow is visible. The women are members of the Los Feliz Woman's club
The Santa Clara Broncos and the Loyola Lions clash during a regular season game in Los Angeles. Head Coach Buck Shaw's Broncos were as-yet undefeated in the 1937 season and prevailed against Loyola, eventually finishing the 1937 season 9-0 and winning the Sugar Bowl against #8 team LSU. October 24, 1937.
Trainers and referees check on Vincent Lopez after he was body slammed by Bronko Nagurski during a wrestling match at Wrigley field. Nagurski won the match in front of 20,000 fans to defend his title as world heavyweight champion