Joe Louis

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United States prizefighter who was world heavyweight champion for 12 years (1914-1981)

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lt;BMILESTONES: Joe Louis won the world heavyweight title in 1937, Esther Rantzen is 76 today, and Danny Baker turns 59 today
Joe Louis Theatre was established decades ago by Sakorn Yangkhiesod who was later honoured as a National Artist in Performing Art in 1996," Thai ambassador Piroon Laismit said in his speech.
Held prior to World War II, the legendary boxing match between Detroit's Joe Louis and Germany's Max Schmeling was more than just a competition of brawn.
Verizon Wireless, a provider of a wireless voice and data network and a joint venture of Verizon Communications (NYSE: VZ) and Vodafone (NYSE:VOD) (LSE: VOD), announced on Friday (3 October) that the company has enhanced its coverage in Joe Louis Arena, Michigan, USA, by installing new equipment in the building.
We looked in the car and there was Joe Louis curled up asleep on the back seat.
Encountering his first defeat in Saudi Arabia, he will have the chance to gain his revenge at Nad Al Sheba next month in the Dubai Carnival showpiece as the winner, Joe Louis, is set to go there next.
10, about the man who defeated Braddock, the fighter Ali conceded was "the greatest": Joe Louis.
He is to play German heavyweight champion Max Schmeling in Save Us Joe Louis, the new boxing epic from Hollywood director Spike Lee.
Coleman Hawkins, Malcolm X, and Joe Louis feature as minor characters; there's some strong language, for those who need to know.
The archives also is making available records of about 150 "persons of exceptional prominence" including Steve McQueen, Elvis Presley, Clark Gable, Henry Fonda, Jackie Robinson, and Joe Louis.
The former world heavyweight champion, who died last week, will be remembered for sending Joe Louis to the canvas twice in 1936.
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The First Tee Scholars Program provides significant opportunities to these young people that reach far beyond the golf course and The First Tee," said Executive Director Joe Louis Barrow Jr.
She may be right about the amount of space, but many other figures of the time loomed larger in the public mind, including FDR in politics and Joe Louis in sports.
as well as protesters against racial segregation; and he snapped celebrities, including Duke Ellington, Joe Louis, Paul Robeson, and Bill "Bojangles" Robinson.