Boxers Young Stribling and Eddie Huffman fighting at Ascot Arena, outdoors, photographed from edge of ring, ropes visible on three sides, fighters clinched, referee in right foreground, with first row of audience just visible beyond ring
Boxers Young Stribling and Eddie Huffman fighting at Ascot Arena, outdoors, photographed from edge of ring, ropes visible foreground and background, fighters a few feet apart, fists raised, with first row of audience just visible beyond ring, trees in background
Related to Los Angeles Times article, October 11, 1925, Georgian Wins Easy Decision, Former Sea-Faring Fighter in Rally Too Late … In the sequestered expanse of Dick Donald’s Ascot arena Young Stribling, Georgia’s leading fistic citizen, yesterday decisively outpointed Eddie Huffman …
Lillian Copeland was an American athlete, who excelled in weight throwing. She has been called "the most successful female discus thrower in U.S. history," and held multiple titles in shot put and javelin throwing as well. In the 1928 Olympics she won the silver medal for the discus throw and in 1932 she won the gold medal in this event.
Mariechen M. Wehselau (later Jackson) was an American swimmer who competed in the 1924 Summer Olympics, where she won a gold medal in the 4×100 m freestyle relay event and silver medal in the 100 m freestyle event.
John Powers, Occidental College student, running a race, perhaps at Occidental College. His outspread arms suggest that he is finishing the race. Spectators are in the grandstand and officials stand on the side of the track.
LA Daily News city editor Charles Judson participates in a series demonstrating "right" and "wrong" golf swings with local pro golfer and golf instructor Fay Coleman. Judson represents the "wrong" form for each swing.