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He left her for a couple of days and came to Greenfield Jimmy's summer place down the Jersey shore in a Cadillac driven by a chauffeur. He thought it was really swell when Billy volunteered to take Mary Louise, his little daughter, out to dinner that evening. She was only 15, an for her to be able to go over to Somers Point and have a meal out with Sweet William, the Flower of the Monongahela, would sure be something she could tell the other girls back at Our Lady of Mercy Academy.

He had just fallen for the kid doll like a ton of bricks. So now you see: It is Billy Conn who is the boxer in the club cellar and Mary Louise who is the blonde.

By the time Greenfield Jimmy Smith who prided himself on knowing everything found out what was going on right under his nose, it was too late. The Conn house is in the Squirrel Hill district. Billy is a city guy, a Pittsburgh guy. Pittsburgh may be a metropolitan area of better than two million souls, but it still has the sense of a small town. One time the boxer was trying to get a patronage job with the county for a guy he loafs with. Conn considered that fact.

Pittsburgh, of course, like everyplace else, has changed The mills are closed, the skies are clear and Rand McNally has decreed that it is the very best place to live in the United States. It was so different when Conn was growing up. Then it was the best of capitalism, it was the worst of capitalism.

Then the skies were so black with smoke that the office workers had to change their white shirts by lunchtime, and the streetlights seldom went off during the day, emitting an eerie glow that turned downtown Pittsburgh into a stygian nightmare. The people coughed and wheezed, and those who eschewed the respiratory nostrums advertised daily in the newspapers would, instead, repair to the taprooms of Pittsburgh, there to try and cut the grime and soot that had collected in their dusty throats.

An Iron and an Imp. He toiled at Westinghouse for 40 years. Eventually, Billy would come to call his old man Westinghouse instead of Dad. But even in the worst of the Depression, Billy Sr. Shortly thereafter he began to apprentice as a prizefighter, and when he got to New York and began to charm the press, he could honestly boast that his greatest achievement in life was never having worked a day.

The mills meant work, but it was a cruel living, and even so recently as the time when Conn was growing up, two-thirds of the work force in Pittsburgh was foreign-born. But it beats working in those mills.

Harry Greb was German, but his mother was Irish, which mattered at the gate. A good little lightweight named Harry Pitler, Jewish boy, brother of Jake Pitler, who would play for the Pirates and later become a Brooklyn Dodger coach, took the Irish handle of Johnny Ray to fight under.

Everybody fought some in Pittsburgh. It was a regular activity, like dancing or drinking. Art Rooney, promoter, or Mr. It was a way of life. It was also cheap entertainment. Greenfield Jimmy Smith, as we know, enjoyed fighting all his life. So did Billy Conn Sr. Nearing 50, he was arrested and fined a five-spot for street fighting only a few weeks before his son fought for the heavyweight title.

Just for kicks, Westinghouse used to fight Billy all the time. Billy fought even more with his younger brother Jackie, who was an absolutely terrific street fighter.

He was dressed to the nines, as usual. Still, everybody says that Joey Diven was the best street fighter who ever lived. There are stories that he would, for amusement, take on and beat up the entire Pitt football team. Joey is a decade younger than Billy, in his 50's now, working as an assistant to the Allegheny County commissioner. He is a big, red-faced Irishman. Does Billy Martin come to mind? Big guys break up fights. Little guys are the ones who learn to fight because they figure they had better.

But Joey Diven was good and big. People routinely referred to one another, face-to-face, with the racial epithets we find so offensive today. For fighting, it was the dagos and the Polacks, the micks and the jigs, and so forth. On the street, stereotypes prevailed all the more.

Were the Irish the best fighters? Joey said no card, no admittance, and when the guy persisted, Joey threw him down the steps.

Pretty soon there was a knock on the door again. A few more minutes and another knock. It was the same guy. What did Joey do? You must be Irish. What made Joey Diven such a good Street fighter was that he held no illusions. Poor Jackie Conn who is dead now was different. He thought he could be as good as his brother in the prize ring. The failure ate him up so, he came apart afterward in the locker room.

Just before Billy went off to fight Lesnevich, he had to soothe Jackie and make sure the brother would be taken to the hospital and sedated. Still, Joey will razz Billy good. Billy was taking his nickels and dimes with him to the bathroom.

Joey had a lot of fun with Billy. They had a lot of fun street fighting. In those days, nobody ever drew guns or knives or even clubs. Nobody was loco with drugs. That was the code. Do this again for both of us. There were four younger brothers and sisters. Westinghouse sometimes brewed beer in the family bathtub. Conn, the former Marguerite McFarland, the most devout of Catholic women, this made it nearly impossible to ensure that cleanliness would take its assigned runner-up spot to godliness.

Billy adored his mother. He was the one who named her Maggie, and he called her that as he grew older. He always gives nick names to the people he loves the most.

Maggie had come over in steerage from County Cork when she was a young girl, and she never did lose all of her brogue. She grew plump, but with her magnificent skin and blue eyes in a beautiful face framed by black hair, she was a colleen to the day she died. She lavished all that she could upon her oldest, and she was not frightened when he told her he wanted to be a boxer.

She knew how hard it was in the mills, and when Westinghouse gave the boy gloves one Christmas, Maggie made him some fine, Celtic-green trunks.

Billy Conn leans back in his chair in the club cellar and takes a deep drag on his cigarette, and this is what he says: But he never pursued drawing, never even played team sports. He stayed two years in the eighth grade at Sacred Heart before one of the sisters suggested that he give up his seat to someone who might use it to greater advantage.

Ray had retired from fighting, but he ran a gym so he could keep himself in bootleg whiskey. It came in milk bottles and cost 15 cents a pint. But Jawnie let him audition in the ring, and he saw the instincts and the courage right off. So he let Billy work around the gym, tidying the place up, fetching him his booze, earning the occasional chance to spar.

One day a bunch of older neighborhood toughs confronted Billy as he came back to the gym toting a pint of moonshine. They laughed, and he went on inside and gave Ray the moonshine.

Billy came to call him Moonie for his addiction, and Moonie called him Junior. I get the one who does. Only I tell you one thing, Jawnie Ray knew more about bawxing drunk than anybody else did sober. Conn stayed with Ray in the gym three years but never was allowed to engage in an official fight. If you were going to chance being hit in the kisser, then you should make a dawler off it.

Also, what could you learn from some amateur? It was the first time he ever saw the man with whom he would be linked forever in boxing history. Finally, when he was 17 years old, Ray drove him down to Fairmount, W. There were probably fans at the armory, and Woodwer outpointed the novice. Ray gave him four bits. They never had a contract, but no other man ever managed Billy Conn.

He even told the mob to back off when it tried to muscle in. In the beginning, Ray had Billy fighting somebody somewhere every two weeks or so. Fairmount, Charleston, Wheeling, Johnstown. It was nickel hamburgers, 15 cent moonshine and 16 cent-a-ga1lon gas that kept them going. A prospect is brought along against handpicked roundheels on Sunday afternoon TV. After 10 bouts everybody gets to fight for the championship of something or other. Conn was barel y out of West Virginia after 10 fights, and even after 14 he was hardly.

It was against Honeyboy Jones. But he was learning. Even when he fought for championships, he seldom won any of the early rounds. And Ray put him in against everybody, every style. Near the end of , when Conn was still only 18, Ray threw the boy in against the older Fritzie Zivic.

But Billy outpointed Zivic and moved out of the welterweights. Nobody would let me fight that sonuvabitch. Conn howls at that, and to this day he speaks with greatest affection about the fighters who did him the most damage. Damn, it was fun. Now I can eat regular. But now he made a point of going back, and he found the guys who had ridiculed him when he had just been starting out, running errands for Jawnie Ray.

They were loafing in a bar. Billy brought his hands up fast, and they ducked away, but all he did was lay a lot of big bills on the hardwood. He bought Maggie anything she wanted. He gave her champagne, the real stuff. He bought presents for his younger brothers and sisters, and for the dames he found and who found him.

He was even interviewed by a New York fashion editor on the subject of how a woman should be turned out. Plaid dresses are pips. But what the hell! He and Billy would scream at each other and carry on constantly.

It was like that, right to the end. Sometimes Westinghouse joined the traveling party, too, and on one occasion, coming back from Erie, he and Jawnie Ray got into a first-class fight. When it was finished, Pop had a broken nose and Jawnie had lost a tooth. That made them pals. Yes, sir, it was a barrelful of monkeys.

They all loved to throw water on one another, too, and to play practical jokes with the telephone and whatnot. Eventually, when Jackie had grown up enough to come on board, it made it even more fun because then Billy had a partner to scuffle with. Billy would always go after Jackie when he caught him wearing his clothes.

Billy popped him a right, and Jackie was sliding down the wall clear across the garage when Jawnie Ray and Uncle Mike Jacobs and the cops burst in, all of them in disbelief that Billy would get into a fraternal dustup right before a championship fight. Billy wiped himself clean and outpointed Bettina in He was the toast of Pittsburgh and the world, as well.

The New York Daily News rhapsodized: When Conn fought in Oakland, at the Gardens, the streetcars would disgorge fans from all over the Steel City. Three rides to a quarter, and if you were getting off for the fights you got a transfer anyhow and sold it for a nickel to the people waiting, so they could save 3 cents on their ride home. Photos of Conn went up in all the bars where those of Greb and Zivic were to be seen, and in a lot of other places where the Irish wanted strictly their own hero.

And now that Billy had grown into a light heavyweight and had beaten all of them, it seemed like the only one left for him to fight was the heavyweight champion, the Brown Bomber himself. She had fallen in love with the boxer. He gave her a nickname, too: She was still only a kid, still at Our Lady of Mercy, but she had become even more beautiful than she had been at that first dinner, and the sheltered life Greenfield Jimmy had imposed upon her was backfiring some. Billy had the lure of forbidden fruit.

It was so very innocent. He was always in training, and she was too young to drink, and kisses are what they shared. Well, Billy made it their song, and he would request it from the big band on Saturdays when they would get all gussied up and go dancing downtown at the William Penn Hotel, which was the fanciest spot in Pittsburgh. And he was the champion of the world, and she was the prettiest girl, dressed all lacy and frilly and with swoopy skirts.

Mary Louise played Jo in Little Women at Our Lady of Mercy, and he liked that; he wanted her to be an actress, to be something, to move up. So Greenfield Jimmy sent Mary Louise to Philadelphia, to a classy, cloistered college called Rosemont, and he told the mother superior never to let his daughter see the likes of Mister Billy Conn.

So Billy had to be content sending letters and presents. When he came into Philly for a fight, he had 20 ringside tickets delivered to Rosemont so that Mary Louise could bring her friends. Greenfield Jimmy was pleased to learn about these events and that Mary Louise was going out with nice young men from the Main Line, who went to St. Greenfield Jimmy sent her off to Nassau for spring vacation with a bunch of her girl friends, demure young ladies all. As for Billy, he went into the heavies, going after Louis.

Billy had some now. He rented Maggie and the family a house on Fifth Avenue, an address that means as much in Pittsburgh as it does in New York.

One of the Mellons had a mansion on Fifth with 65 rooms and 11 baths. Maggie was 40 that summer, a young woman with a son who was a renowned champion of the world. The results were not good. So now, even if Billy Conn was a champion, what did it mean? Of the two women he loved, one he almost never got to hold, and now the other was dying of cancer.

But he just kept on bitching. You know, you were supposed to do everything to win. They were the happiest moments Maggie had left. June 18, was the night set for the Louis fight at the Polo Grounds, and Uncle Mike Jacobs began to beat the biggest drums for Conn, even as Louis kept trooping the land, beating up on what became known as the Bums-of-the-Month.

Everywhere, the world was swirling, and that seemed to make even everyday events larger and better and more full of ardor. It was the last summer that a boy hit. It was the only summer that anyone hit safely in 56 straight games. A great beast named Whirlaway, whipped by Eddie Arcaro, the little genius they called Banana Nose, ran a Derby so fast that the record would stand for more than 20 years, and he finished up with the Triple Crown in June.

That was when the Irishman and the Brown Bomber were poised to do battle in what might have been the most wonderful heavyweight fight there ever was. And all this as the Nazis began their move toward Russia and Yamamoto was okaying the attack on Pearl Harbor.

The pace was quickening. Mary Louise was as impetuous now as the boy she loved. On May 28, a couple of days after he beat Knox, Billy drove her to Brookville, way north out of Pittsburgh, and took out a marriage license. DiMaggio got a triple in Washington, at Griffith Stadium, to raise his streak to Greenfield Jimmy went directly to the rectory where the bishop lived in Pittsburgh.

He banged on the door and said there had better not be any priest anywhere in Pennsylvania who would marry his flesh and blood to the pug. The next Saturday, Billy left his training camp and went to a nearby parish named St. He and Mary Louise had someone who had promised to marry them at the altar at 9: No need to trade emission reduction for energy prices: Neale Daniher sings Mr Brightside 4: Adelaide motorsport festival 0: James Courtney reflects on his career to date 1: Champion jockey Hugh Bowman's gruelling workout 0: Jockey Ryan Moore at Randwick 1: The Opera House debate dividing Sydney 1: Sky Racing news update 4: Taylor Walker golf challenge 3: Hutchy's Trade Radio gaffe 0: Yarra Junction waterboy Andy Bairstow celebrates premiership 0: Sky Racing news update 2: Broncos train ahead of NRLW final 0: Sky Racing Update Sep 27 4: Sky Racing News Update - Highlights from the Red Carpet 0: GQ Anniversary shoot 0: Camila Cabello Denies Pregnancy Rumors!

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