Joe Louis

Joe Louis, was the world heavyweight boxing champion from 1937 to 1949. More

we will win, because we are on God's side,” Joe Louis intoned on 10 March 1942 at a dinner/show sponsored by the Navy Relief Society. More

Joe Louis in boxing pose "Joe Louis is the hardest puncher that I've ever seen... He's a good man. Anyone who plans on beating him had better know what they're doing. More

Joe Louis, 66, Heavyweight King Who Reigned 12 Years, Is Dead Joe Louis, who held the heavyweight boxing championship of the world for almost 12 years and the affection of the American public for most of his adult life, died yesterday of cardiac arrest in Las Vegas, More

Joe Louis burst onto the professional boxing scene in 1934 with style and skill such as the boxing world has seldom seen. Known to many as the "Brown Bomber," Louis emerged victorious from his first 27 fights, all but four of which he won in knockouts. More

Joe Louis was the most powerful and fastest punching heavyweight boxer in ring history. His great hand speed, especially in combination, was awesome to behold. He had a powerful jab, threw every punch perfectly and with wasteless accuracy. More

Joe Louis was born in Alabama, but lived much of his early years in Detroit. As a successful African American professional in the northern part of the country, Louis was seen by many other Americans as a symbol of the liberated black man. More

Joe Louis was born in Lafayette, Alabama into a poor, sharecropping family with 8 children. When he was 2 years old, his father, the son of a former slave, was admitted to the Searcy Hospital for the Negro Insane. More

tribute to the Brown Bomber, Joe Louis, This Video is not for profit , It was made for fun. Joseph Louis Barrow (May 13, 1914April 12, 1981), better k... More

Joe Louis, in the far right corner, floored Max Schmeling three times and won their much-publicized June 22, 1938 rematch at Yankee Stadium in a first-round knockout. More

During the 1930s and 1940s, the name of Joe Louis probably was as well known as that of the president, Franklin Roosevelt, because between 1937 and 1949, Joe Louis was boxing's "Heavyweight Champion of the World. More

Joe Louis Clark (born May 7, 1938) is the former principal of Eastside High School in Paterson, one of New Jersey's toughest inner city schools. He is also the subject of the 1989 film Lean on Me, starring Morgan Freeman. More

In 1914, the year Joe Louis was born, the income tax had only been in place one year. The top rate was a mere 7 percent, and a high exemption kept most Americans off the tax rolls altogether. More

Joe LouisAKA Joseph Louis Barrow Born: 13-May-1914 Birthplace: Lafayette, AL Died: 12-Apr-1981 Location of death: Las Vegas, NV Cause of death: Heart Failure Remains: Buried, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA Gender: More

Joe Louis as the greatest heavyweight-boxing champion of all time. “The Brown Bomber” had the longest uninterrupted title reign and the most successful title defenses in heavyweight history. Louis is highly respected by historians because he is regarded as the finest boxer-puncher ever filmed. More

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* Joe Louis - Joe Louis Born: May 13, 1914 Boxer world heavyweight champion from June 22, 1937 to Mar. 1, 1949; ... * Max Schmeling - Schmeling, Max Schmeling, Max (Maximilian Schmeling), 1905–2005, German boxer. More

Joe Louis was more than just a boxing champion. He also had a role in the social history of the United States. In a 1970 article about Louis in Ebony magazine, Chester Higgins wrote: ''He gave inspiration to downtrodden and despised people. More

American boxer Joe Louis (1914-1981) was world heavyweight champion from 1937 to 1948. He defended his title 20 times in four years. Joe Louis, born on May 13, 1914, was the son of an Alabama sharecropper. More

championship bouts with Joe Louis was even less successful for him than the first. More

Joe Louis Barrow, the seventh child of Monroe and Lily Barrow, was born May 13, 1914 in a cabin in the cotton fields of Lexington, Alabama. More

Joe Louis Arena is also the exclusive site for world-class Ringling Brothers & Barnum and Bailey Circus. The World's Toughest Rodeo, the Tour of World Figure Skating Champions and college hockey championships. More

How Joe Louis Would Have Beaten Muhammad Ali! By Monte D. More

the boxing world as Joe Louis and nicknamed The Brown Bomber, was a native of Lexington, Alabama who became World Heavyweight Champion. Image:Joe_Louis.jpg The son of a cotton picker and a homemaker, Louis became interested in boxing after the Barrows moved to Detroit in 1924. More

You need some Joe Louis to beat some Max Schmeling. You need Maya Angelou Recalls Louis-Schmeling Boxing Match 0:58 min Angelou characterizes the Louis / Schmeling fight as "Good against bad in the arena", and she felt "liberated" when Louis won. More

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Order : Perciformes
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