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German Immigrant Ancestors
in Syracuse and Onondaga County, New York


Rexin
(Soundex code: R250)


Notes



Partial List of References and Sources:



1. Correspondence and many personal conversations over the years with various family members.

2. Michelle Stone’s extracts from Syracuse City Directories for years 1900-1919, http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Enyononda/SYRACUSE/SYRCD1900-1919.htm, viewed May 2005.

3. Michelle Stone’s extracts from Syracuse City Directories for years 1920-1935, http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Enyononda/SYRACUSE/SYRCD1920-1935.html, viewed May 2005.

4. U.S. Social Security Death Index listings at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ website, http://www.familysearch.org, viewed November 2004.

5. Friedrich Rexin and family entry; S.S. Zeeland Passenger Manifest, 15 May 1906; lines 2-9, image page 211 of Ellis Island Passenger Arrival Records, 1892-1924, online, http://www.ellisislandrecords.org/, viewed January 2005.

6. Herbert Rexin entry; S.S. Polonia Passenger Manifest, 1 July 1923; line 3, image page 576 of Ellis Island Passenger Arrival Records, 1892-1924, online, http://www.ellisislandrecords.org/, viewed January 2005.

7. Gravemarkers of Rexin plots and burial records from Assumption Cemetery, Syracuse, New York; photographs and transcriptions by Michelle Stone made from visit on 8 June 1994.

8. Document No. AA-1957, REXIN, FREDERICK 1075-172: "In the Matter of the Appraisal of the Estate of Frederick Rexin, Deceased" filed 2 April 1957 with the Fifth District Surrogates Court, Onondaga County, at the Onondaga County Courthouse in Syracuse, New York, and downloaded by M. Stone on 22 May 2005 from the Court's online database at http://surrogate5th.courts.state.ny.us/.

9. Estate documents in the Matter of The Estate of Angeline Rexin, file no. 94-1509, Roll No. 1472, Batch No. 161 (Statement and Notice) and 162 (Affirmation and Order), filed 11 October 1994 with the Fifth District Surrogates' Court, Onondaga County, at the Onondaga County Courthouse in Syracuse, New York, and downloaded by M. Stone on 10 January 2004 from the Court's online database at http://surrogate5th.courts.state.ny.us/.


Censuses:

----1910----

1. Frederick Rexon [Rexin] household, 1910 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, part of Ward 1, enumeration district 99, page 11A, 940 North Clinton Street, visitation number 166, family number 206; National Archives micropublication T624, Roll 1055.

----1920----

2. Bernard Fraker household, 1920 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Geddes Town, Solvay Village, Supervisor's District no. 16; enumeration district 63, sheet 13B, 307 Second Street, visitation no. 101, family no. 205; National Archives micropublication T625, Roll 1246.

3. Anna Rexin entry, cook in the Walter H. Scott household, 1920 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, 13rd ward, 16th District; enumeration district 178, sheet 5A, 903 Bellevue Avenue, visitation no. 90, family no. 103; National Archives micropublication T625, Roll 1248.

4. Anthony Rexin entry, 1920 U.S. census, Monroe County, New York, population schedule, Town of Rush, State Agricultural and Industrial School; enumeration district 271, sheet 6A, line 41; National Archives micropublication T625, Roll 1120.

5. Frederick Rexin household, 1920 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, second ward, 16th District; enumeration district 113, sheet 14B, 214 Sunset Avenue, visitation no. 152, family no. 393; National Archives micropublication T625, Roll 1247.

6. Paul F. Rexin entry, 1920 U.S. census, Orange County, New York, population schedule, Highlands Township, U.S. Government Reservation (West Point); enumeration district 106, sheet 23B, line 74; National Archives micropublication T625, Roll 1252.

----1930----

7. John L. Butler household, 1930 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, 1st Ward, Block 73; enumeration district 34-8, sheet 1A, 100 Pond Lane, visitation no. 1, family no. 2; National Archives micropublication T626, Roll 1625.

8. Joseph Murray household, 1930 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, 4th Ward, Block 426; enumeration district 34-27, sheet 13B, 248 Hire [Hier] Avenue, visitation no. 136, family no. 179; National Archives micropublication T626, Roll 1626.

9. Fred Rexin [Jr.] household, 1930 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, 3rd Ward, Block 316; enumeration district 34-24, sheet 1B, 803 Park Street, visitation no. 15, family no. 23; National Archives micropublication T626, Roll 1626.

10. Frederick Rexin household, 1930 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, 3rd Ward, Block 307; enumeration district 34-24, sheet 31A, 213 [211] John Street, visitation no. 249, family no. 275A; National Archives micropublication T626, Roll 1626.

11. Paul Rexin household, 1930 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, 4th Ward, Block 432; enumeration district 34-27, sheet 15B, 130 Grumbach Avenue, visitation no. 160, family no. 210; National Archives micropublication T626, Roll 1626.

12. Robert Simpson household, 1930 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, 3rd Ward, Block 288; enumeration district 34-22, sheet 24A, 109 Lucia Street, visitation no. 493 [sic; 496?], family no. 603; National Archives micropublication T626, Roll 1626.

13. Maurice H. Weigand household, 1930 U.S. census, Onondaga County, New York, population schedule, Syracuse City, 4th Ward, Block 428; enumeration district 24-196, sheet 9B, 1122 Butternut Street, visitation no. 171, family no. 198; National Archives micropublication T626, Roll 1626.



Syracuse Newspaper items mentioning extended REXIN family, including obituaries, in chronological order (as found in the online Post-Standard archives, http://poststandard.newspaperarchive.com/ and viewed Spring, 2005:


“Shouts of Murder / No One Killed, But Rexin Was Badly Cut,” Herald, March 15, 1896, Sunday morning, front page, col. 6

“May Lose Her Reason / Mrs. Frederick Rexin Grieves Over Arrest of Husband,” Herald, Tuesday evening, December 17, 1907, page 6

“To Be Sentenced on Friday / Judge Ross Heard a Number of Criminal Cases,” Herald, Monday evening, February 3, 1908, page 6

“Candidates Nominated by the Socialist Party,” [Louis F. Rexin of Buffalo, NY delegate], Herald, Nov. 1, 1916

“Marriage Licenses” [Maurice H. Weigand and Helen M. Rexin], Herald, Friday evening, June 22, 1917, page 18

“Town Talk in Syracuse…Gold Watch Missing,” Herald, Thursday evening, August 14, 1919, page 6

“Engineer Loses Watch,” Herald, Friday evening, August 15, 1919, page 6

“Personals… Miss Anna Rexin and Miss Bertha Hardage gave a pop-corn roast,” Herald, Tuesday evening, August 19, 1919, page 16

“Marriage Licenses…George E. Murray [sic], and Miss Anna B. Rexin,” Herald, Monday evening, June 14, 1920, page 5

“North Side News Nuggets… The O.G.W.T. Girls … Miss Mary Aria,” Herald, Thursday evening, November 23, 1922, page 21

“Marriage Licenses…Paul F. Rexin... and Angeline Carno,” Herald, January 16, 1923, page 6

Item, Carno-Rexin wedding, Herald, Wednesday, January 17, 1923, page 16

“All ’Round Town…Northside…The Busy Six,… Mrs. Mary Rexin,” Herald, Wednesday evening, January 27, 1926, page 12

“Shower for Gussie Rexin,” Herald, Saturday evening, November 20, 1926, page 7

“Invalid Tries Magic, Loses Life Savings / Rexin Consults Fortune Teller—Asks Police to Find Her and $4,000,” Herald, Monday evening, January 9, 1928, page 4, column 6

“Marriage Licenses…John Joseph Rexin and Florence Elizabeth Stimson,” Herald, Wednesday evening, June 11, 1928, page 6

“Marriage licenses…John Joseph Rexin and Florence Elizabeth Simson,” Herald, Tuesday evening, June 12, 1928, page 6

Item, police reports, “Miss Florence Simpson 109 Lucia Street…reported a sneak thief had made off with their purses,” Herald, Monday evening, January 14, 1929, page 3

[Death notice] Robert J. Simpson, Herald, Monday evening, August 25, 1930, page 18

“Death Record…Robert J. Simpson,” Herald, Tuesday evening, August 26, 1930, page 5

“Boxer Fined $10 For Driving Auto Without License,” Herald, Thursday evening, June 18, 1931, page 3

“Marriage Licenses…Ernest Alton Wood… and Rose Gertrude Rexin,” Herald, Saturday evening, December 26, 1931, page 3

“No Cause Verdict Is Returned in Negligence Action” [action brought by Herbert Cosner], Herald-Journal, March 19, 1932 [?]

“Birth Record…Mr. and Mrs. John Butler … a son,” Herald, Monday, November 6, 1933, page 4

Item, “Anthony Rexin, … treated for a dislocated shoulder and cuts … booked on intoxication charges, Herald, Saturday evening, September 15, 1934, page 3, column 7

Item, “John L. Butler… suffered a fracture of the skull,” Herald, March 9, 1935, page 3

“Taxi Driver Blamed In Motorcycle Crash” [John L. Butler], Herald, Syracuse, New York, Sunday, September 12, 1937

“Births…Mr. and Mrs. John Butler… a son,” Herald, Syracuse, New York, December 11, 1937, page 6

Item, Alois Muck died, Joseph Aria and Fred Rexin, pall bearers, Herald, May 18, 1938, page 19

“Boxer Saved From Creek By Auto Dash,” Herald, Friday, September 23, 1938, page 12

“Man, 62, Assaulted; ‘Kid Dyke’ Locked Up,” Herald, Sunday morning, May 7, 1939, page 1, col. 2

“Former Boxer Given Fine or Jail Choice As He Admits Attack,” Herald, Monday, May 8, 1939, page 6

“Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wood Fete 50th Anniversary,” Herald-Journal, Tuesday, March 7, 1940, page 32

“Assumption Juniors Plan Sports Drive,” [Miss Jane Rexin…Miss Erdine Reschke, Miss Rita Liepka…], Herald-American, Sunday, March 31, 1940, page 44

“Remember Kid Dyke?” Down the Line column by Jack Durkin, Herald-Journal, Friday, June 4, 1943, page 27

Item, engagement of Miss Jane E. Rexin, Herald-American, April 9, 1944, page 16

“Two Couples Married a Half Century…Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rexin…49th wedding anniversary, Herald-Journal, Nov. 4, 1946, page 22

Mrs. Louise C. Catalano [obituary], Herald-Journal, Monday, May 3, 1948, page 12

“Marriage Licenses…Robert C. Battle …and… Jane E. Rexin” Herald-Journal, Thursday, July 1, 1948, page 24

Battle-Rexin [wedding], Post-Standard, Sunday, July 18, 1948, page 6

“Will Wed This Month [Miss Geraldine Wood],” Herald-American, Sunday, January 6, 1952, page 18

“$50,000 Sought For Fractured Hip…82-year-old Ernest A. Wood,” Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, Saturday, May 8, 1954, Section 2, page 9

Frederick W. Rexin, Jr. obituary, Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, Thursday, May 13, 1954, page 9

“Deaths Of Week…Wednesday…Frederick Rexin, Jr.,” Herald-American, Sunday, May 16, 1954, page 39

Frederick W. Rexin obituary, Herald-Journal, Syracuse, New York, Wednesday, February 27, 1957, page 18

“[John L.] Butler Rites Are Monday,” Herald-Journal, Syracuse, New York, Saturday, January 18, 1958, page 6

Mrs. Anna Rexin obituary, Herald-Journal, Syracuse, New York, Saturday, October 11, 1958, page 6

John Rexin obituary, Post-Standard, Monday, August 29, 1960, page 7

John Rexin death notice, Post-Standard, Monday, August 29, 1960, page 7

Paul F. Rexin obituary, Post-Standard, Friday, May 25, 1962, page 9

“Deaths…Ernest A. Wood [Sr.],” Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, Monday, October 1, 1962, page 7

“Carol Ann Gary Pledges Troth,” Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, Friday, January 17, 1964, page 10

“Lukes to Live In Pennsylvania,” Post-Standard, Syracuse, NY, Sunday, June 28, 1964, page 12

“Weigand serves in Vietnam,” Herald-American, Sunday, February 4, 1968, page 69

Maurice H. Weigand Sr. obituary, Herald-Journal, May 14, 1968, page 22

Maurice H. Weigand Sr. obituary, Post-Standard, Wednesday, May 15, 1968, page 11

Maurice H. Weigand Sr., death notice, Herald-Journal, Wednesday, May 15, 1968, page 54

Maurice H. Weigand Sr., death notice, Post-Standard, Thursday, May 16, 1968, page 11

“Turners Plan Celebration…Maurice Weigand Jr., ... is chairman of the organization committee and Mrs. Weigand is in charge of dinner preparations,” Post-Standard, Friday, November 8, 1968, page 32

Daniel William Carno obituary, Herald-Journal, Sunday, December 14, 1969, page 38

Anthony Rexin obituary, Syracuse Herald-Journal, December 16, 1969, page 28

“Mr. Rexin Dies at 62…Anthony Rexin…” Post-Standard, Tuesday, December 16, 1969, page 9

Deaths notice for Claude Parks, Post-Standard, Syracuse, New York, Saturday, October 31, 1970, page 23

“Pair Rob Family in Home…[Mrs. Agnes Gray [sic]],” Herald-Journal, Saturday, March 30, 1974, page 2

Mary E. Aria Parker obituary, Herald-Journal, January 3, 1975, page 20

Mary E. Aria Parker death notice, Herald-Journal, January 3, 1975, page 20

Rose G. Wood obituary, Herald-Journal, Wednesday, April 14, 1976, page 28

Joseph Carno obituary, Post-Standard, May 17, 1976, page 8

Weigand-DiMento wedding, Herald-Journal, May 23, 1976, page [22?]

Dominick Carno death notice, Herald-American, Sunday, January 7, 1979, page 15

Michael (Carno) Cannoniere death notice, Herald-American, Sunday, April 29, 1979, page ?

Mrs. Anna Rexin Murray death notice, Post-Standard, Friday, March 7, 1980, page A-9

Notice seeking information about Kid Dyke, Joe Ganley’s column, Herald-Journal, Wednesday, September 17, 1980, page B8

James G. Carno death notice, Herald-Journal, Saturday, July 17, 1982, page B-7

Rose Carno More obituary, Herald-American, Sept. 25, 1983, page B-10

“Jane Battle dies at 63,” Herald-Journal, Dec. 20, 1986, page A-4 (also Post-Standard, Saturday, December 20, 1986, page B2

Helen M. Weigand obituary, Herald-Journal, Thursday, August 27, 1987, page B4C

“Anniversaries…Maurice and Rosemary (Schad) Weigand of Syracuse celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary…,” Herald-American, Sunday, February 24, 1991, page ?

Louise Carno DeMichele obituary, Herald-Journal, Thursday, April 8, 1993, page C-4

Theresa V. Butler obituary, Herald American, Sunday, January 16, 1994, page C-6

Angeline Carno Rexin obituary, Herald-Journal, Tuesday, July 26, 1994, page C-4

John E. Gary obituary, Herald-Journal, Tuesday, May 2, 1995, page B2(C)

Maurice H. “Moe” Weigand Jr., obituary, Herald-Journal, Thursday, November 27, 1997, page E4

Agnes M. Rexin Gary obituary, Post-Standard, Friday, December 4, 1998, page B-4

Rosemary C. Weigand obituary, Post-Standard, Tuesday, October 26, 1999, page B4



Syracuse Newspaper items mentioning Kid Dyke (Tony Rexin) and his boxing career: (as found in the online Post-Standard archives, http://poststandard.newspaperarchive.com/ and viewed Spring, 2005:


“Local Boxing Clubs Book Good Cards,” Herald, Sunday morning, July 21, 1929, page 10

“Ring Stars Settle Feud Here Tonight,” Herald, Friday evening, July 26, 1929, page 26

“Sallus a Winner Over Sullivan At Alhambra,” Herald, Saturday evening, July 27, 1929, page 10

“North Siders To Turn Out For Eickner / German Boy Draws Rugged Foe on Alhambra Fight Card,” Herald, Thursday evening, August 8, 1929, page 24

Item, “…while the opener has been assigned to Andy White, Texas Negro, and Kid Dyke of Oswego,” Herald, Friday evening, August 9, 1929, page 23

“Tiger Perry K.O.’s Scipio Rice in Alhambra Ring,” Herald, Saturday evening, August 10, 1929, page 10

“Alhambra Fistic Card Completed,” Herald, Tuesday evening, August 13, 1929, page 19

“Big Crowd Sees Bill O’Hara Beat Eddie Dempsey,” Herald, Saturday evening, August 17, 1929, page 11

“Kayoes Feature Fistic Show in Alhambra Hall,” Herald, Saturday evening, September 21, 1929, page 10

“Pick Dundee To Win Over Mike Marlow,” Herald, Friday evening, September 27, 1929, page 31

“Young Dundee Is Badly Beaten in Alhambra Final,” Herald, Saturday evening, September 28, 1929, page 10

“Two Classy Boys Show Here Friday,” Herald, Wednesday evening, October 16, 1929, page 20

Two items on the same page: “Grupp Sends Boxers Here For Big Card,” and “Dempsey to Face Ashline Friday,” both in the Herald, Sunday morning, October 20, 1929, Section 1, page 16

“Waldron Has Amateur Bill Now Complete,” Herald, Thursday evening, October 24, 1929, page 32

“Eddie Dempsey in Win Over Ashline,” Herald, Saturday evening, October 26, 1929, page 11

“Oswego Boy Is Favored in Bout Tonight / Kid Dyke Selected to Shade Sallus at Alhambra,” Herald, Friday, November 1, 1929, page 35

“Mike Andrews in Alhambra Feature,” Herald, Sunday morning, November 3, 1929, page 13

“Skilled Veterans Find Places on Alhambra Chart,” Herald, Wednesday evening, November 6, 1929, page 20

“Crown Staked In Battle of Stars Tonight,” Herald, Friday evening, January 17, 1930, page 23

“Kayoes Frequent On Alhambra Bill,” Herald, Saturday evening, January 18, 1930, page 11

“K.O. Eickner A Favorite Over Sallus,” Herald, Friday evening, January 24, 1930, page 25

“Sallus Is Winner Over K.O. Eichner,” Herald, Saturday evening, January 25, 1930, page 10

Item, Herald, Friday evening, February 7, 1930, page 25

“Silvers and Dempsey to Fight Friday / Syracuse Rivals Clash in Feature Event of Alhambra Card,” Herald, Thursday evening, February 13, 1930, page 21

“Silvers Is A Favorite Over Dempsey,” Herald, Friday evening, February 14, 1930, page 22

“Freddie Sallus Is Down to 160 for Bout With Rousseau,” Herald, Sunday morning, February 16, 1930, page 10

Item, Herald, Monday evening, February 17, 1930, page 17

“Rousseau Gathers Arena Ring Verdict From Fred Sallus,” Herald, Tuesday evening, February 18, 1930, page 17

“Kid Dyke Gets a New Chance For Revenge / Is Tossed Into Ring With His Conqueror, Mosca, Friday Night,” Herald, Thursday evening, February 27, 1930, page 29

“Dyke Out to Turn Tables On K.O. Mosca / 168 Pounders Clash in Feature Bout at Alhambra Tonight,” Herald, Friday evening, February 28, 1930, page 26

“Kid Dyke Awarded Draw With Mosca,” Herald, Saturday evening, March 1, 1930, page 5

“Crosby Here To Meet Dyke Friday Night / 170-Pound Sluggers Top Weekly Boxing Card at Alhambra,” Herald, Thursday evening, March 13, 1930, page 28

“Kid Dyke to Meet Crosby Here Tonight,” Herald, Friday evening, March 14, 1930, page 23

“Kid Dyke Trounces Binghamton Battler,” Herald, Saturday evening, March 15, 1930, page 5

Item, Herald, Tuesday evening, March 18, 1930, page 21

“Dempsey, Ashline Draw at Alhambra,” Herald, Saturday evening, March 22, 1930, page 5

“Waldron Back After Favor Of Ring Fans / Matchmaker Says Dyke and Butcher Will Meet Friday Night,” Herald, Thursday evening, March 27, 1930, page 28

“Kid Dyke Winner Over Bill Butcher,” Herald, Saturday evening, March 29, 1930, page 5

“Kid Dyke and K.O. Mosca in Bout Tonight,” Herald, Friday evening, April 11, 1930, page 33

“Kid Dyke Scores Over K.O. Mosca,” Herald, Saturday evening, April 12, 1930, page 8

“Andrews After Sallus and Haistack for First Pro Bout / Boxing Club Heads Raid Rival Ranks / Would Feature Amateur Stars in Licensed Bouts at Alhambra,” Herald, Sunday morning, April 20, 1930, page 10

“Barron to Meet Swartz in Bout At Arena Monday,” Herald, Sunday morning, July 20, 1930, page 8

“Joe Wolgast Boxes Barron In Arena Ring / New York Bantam Is Substituted for Swartz in Headliner,” Herald, Monday evening, July 21, 1930, page 17

“Wolgast Is Winner Over Mick Barron / Kid Dyke Fights to a Draw With Veteran Eddie Sallus,” Herald, Tuesday evening, July 22, 1930, page 19

Item, Herald, Monday evening, July 28, 1930, page 16

“James Subs for Mickey Barron And Holds Wolgast to a Draw / Dyke and Butcher Score Kayos,” Herald, Tuesday evening, July 29, 1930, page 15

“LaRocco in Easy Win Over Swartz in Arena Featrue [sic],” Herald, Tuesday evening, August 5, 1930, page 14

Item from “Skidding the Sport Field with ‘Skid’” column, Herald, Tuesday evening, August 26, 1930, page 18

“Dyke Scores K.O. on Perry in 6th Round / North Sider Comes From Behind to Win Over Negro,” Herald, Tuesday evening, August 26, 1930, page 19

“Action Card Slated for Arena Ring / Amateur Fighters Meet Tonight in 30 Rounds of Milling,” Herald, Tuesday evening, September 2, 1930, page 35

“Cummings Is 6 to 5 Choice In Arena Go / Scranton Heavyweight Is Nominated to Defeat Kid Dyke,” Herald, Monday evening, September 15, 1930, page 16

“Dyke Stages Late Rally to Win Verdict / Defeats Johnny Cummings in Fast Six-Rounder at Arena,” Herald, Tuesday evening, September 16, 1930, page 24

“Kid Dyke in Arena Final / Boxes Billy Chandler Over 6-Round Route,” Herald, Monday evening, October 13, 1930, page 19

“Chandler Is Easy For Dyke at Arena,” Herald, Tuesday evening, October 14, 1930, page 20

“Mahar Figured to Give Kid Dyke Stiff Argument in Arena Ring / Boston Heavy Shows Class in Gym Drill,” Herald, Sunday morning, November 2, 1930, page 12

“Kid Dyke Again Scores Victory by K.O. Route / North Sider Stops Pat Mahar of Boston in Fifth Round,” Herald, Tuesday evening, November 4, 1930, page 17

“30-Round Amateur Ring Card Staged Here Tomorrow,” Herald, Tuesday evening, November 11, 1930, page 20

“Tiger Perry to Meet Kid Dyke At Arena Monday,” Herald, Sunday morning, November 16, 1930

“Dyke Out to Avenge Defeat at Hands of Tiger Perry Tonight / Meets Rival in Arena Headliner,” Herald, Monday evening, November 17, 1930, page 19

“Tiger Perry Wins From Kid Doyle [sic] in Arena Main Bout,” Herald, Tuesday evening, November 18, 1930, page 19

“Smothers to Meet O’Dell For Charity,” Herald, Sunday morning, November 30, 1930, page 14

“Kid Dyke Rules 6-5 Choice Over Roman Warrior,” Herald, Sunday morning, December 7, 1930, page 12

“Kid Dyke is Winner Over Johnny Mosca,” Herald, Tuesday evening, December 9, 1930, page 18

“Joey Greb to Box Eddie Dempsey At Arena Monday,” Herald, Friday evening, December 19, 1930, page 31

“Dyke Rules 6-5 Choice / North Sider Boxes Odell at Arena,” Herald, Monday evening, December 22, 1930, page 20

“Ben Odell Beats Kid Dyke in Fast Battle at Arena,” Herald, Tuesday evening, December 23, 1930, page 16

“Kid Dyke to Box Sikora at Arena,” Herald, Thursday evening January 8, 1931, page 24

“Kid Dyke and Sikora to Clash at Arena Monday / Heavyweights in Limelight at Weekly Amateur Show,” Herald, Sunday, January 11, 1931, page 11

“Paul Sikora And Dyke to Meet Tonight / Heavyweight Sluggers Head Boxing Program in Arena Ring,” Herald, Monday evening, January 12, 1931, page 18 [see also ad for the show on same page]

“Kid Dyke Scores Technical Kayo in Arena Main Bout,” Herald, Tuesday evening, January 13, 1931, page 19

“Kid Dyke and Ben Odell to Box Tonight / Heavyweight Sluggers Top Action Card Tonight at Arena,” Herald, Monday evening, January 26, 1931, page 18

“Kid Dyke Registers Point Verdict Over Odell at Arena,” Herald, Tuesday evening, January 27, 1931, page 18

“Sammy Swartz and Cello Swap Blows Monday Night,” Herald, February 1, 1931, page 11

“Johnny Cello Takes Decision From Sam Swartz in Arena’s Headliner / Wallace Gives Barron a Bad Beating,” Herald, Tuesday evening, February 3, 1931, page 16

“Big Throng to See Wallace LaRocco Bout,” Herald, Sunday morning, February 15, 1931, page 10

Advertisement, Herald, Monday evening, February 16, 1931, page 39

“Oliver Will Meet Johnny Cello in Arena Main Bout,” Herald, Friday evening, March 27, 1931, page 30

“Oliver Meets Johnny Cello Here Tonight,” Herald, Monday evening, March 30, 1931, page 19 [see also ad on same page]

“Johnny Cello Takes Decision Over Oliver,” Herald, Tuesday evening, March 31, 1931, page 22

“Rocky Adams And Dyke to Clash Monday / Sluggers Will Meet Over Six-Round Route in Arena Ring,” Herald, Sunday morning, May 3, 1931, page 13

“Verdict to Joe Kushner Is Unpopular / Cleveland Battler Gets Decision After Sensational Bout at Arena,” Herald, Tuesday evening, May 5, 1931, page 19

“Five Bouts on Arena Boxing Bill Tonight,” Herald, Monday evening, May 11, 1931, page 19

“Simms Beats Adams In Arena Main Go,” Herald, Tuesday evening, May 12, 1931, page 19

“Stanley Cooper and Joe Marsh To Settle Old Feud at Arena,” Herald, Sunday morning, May 24, 1931, page 10

“Kid Dyke Kayoed in Arena Battle,” Herald, Tuesday evening, May 26, 1931, page 20

[“Boxer Fined $10 For Driving Auto Without License,” Herald, Thursday evening, June 18, 1931, page 3]

“Frankie Savoldi Is Given Decision in Rosenberg Battle,” Herald, Tuesday evening, November 3, 1931, page 17

“Joe Marsh Booked To Box Wilson at Alhambra Friday,” Herald, Wednesday evening, January 6, 1932, page 21

“Sarmiento to Battle Porter,” Herald, Friday evening, January 8, 1932, page 20

“New Faces At Alhambra,” Herald, Wednesday evening, January 13, 1932, page 19

“Al Salbino Shades Chapin in Feature Bout at Alhambra,” Herald, Saturday evening, January 16, 1932, page 9

“Cunningham to Box Sykes,” Herald, Tuesday evening, January 19, 1932, page 18

“Schenectady Boxer Signs for Bout at Alhambra Friday,” Herald, Tuesday evening, February 2, 1932, page 15

“Two Boxers Slated For Fistic Debut at Alhambra Friday,” Herald, Wednesday evening, February 3, 1932, page 16

“7 Bouts on Amateur Bill / Simon Pures Clash at Alhambra Tomorrow,” [“…Kid Dyke …attempting a comeback”], Herald, Thursday evening, February 4, 1932, page 23

“Kid Dyke Winner Over Eddie Blair,” Herald, Saturday evening, February 6, 1932, page 8

“Kid Dyke Booked To Tackle Nelson,” Herald, Monday evening, February 8, 1932, page 16

“Card Completed For Simon Pure Alhambra Show,” Herald, Thursday evening, February 11, 1932, page 20

“Pick Nelson To Give Dyke Hard Battle / Amateur Heavyweights Clash Tonight in Main Go at Alhambra,” Herald, Friday evening, February 12, 1932, page 16

“Johnny Nelson K.O.’s Kid Dyke in Third At Alhambra Show,” Herald, Saturday evening, February 13, 1932, page 8

“Kid Dyke Swaps Blows With Perry In Alhambra Ring,” Herald, Thursday evening, March 17, 1932, page 22

“Army Star to Battle Dyke / Sullivan Meets North Sider Friday Night,” Herald, Tuesday evening, March 29, 1932, page 18

“Pete Pallendino Boxes Young Hoag In Alhambra Ring,” Herald, Wednesday evening, March 30, 1932, page 15

“Nelson Given Main Bout at Alhambra,” Herald, Thursday evening, March 31, 1932, page 24

“Dick Shaw to Box Dempsey at Arena,” Herald, Friday evening, August 19, 1932, page 19

“Title Staked In Tonight’s Arena Battle,” Herald, Monday evening, August 22, 1932, page 13

“Eddie Dempsey Gets Verdict Over Dickie Shaw at Arena / Decision in Close Bout Displeases Many,” Herald, Tuesday evening, August 23, 1932, page 13

“Hughes Risks Fistic Crown In Shaw Bout,” Herald, Sunday morning, August 28, 1932, Section 1, page 7

“Hughes Keeps Fistic Title From Shaw,” Herald, Tuesday evening, August 30, 1932, page 14

“Ryder Saves His Title in Draw Battle,” Herald, Tuesday evening, November 15, 1932, page 19

“Herman and Nelson Carded For Tonight,” Herald, Monday evening, December 19, 1932, page 16 [see also advertisement for the show on the same page]

“Nelson Stops New York Boy In 2nd Round,” Herald, Tuesday evening, December 20, 1932, page 17

“Stan Cooper Box Hoag at Alhambra,” Herald, Wednesday evening, December 21, 1932, page 20

“Young Hoag Looms As Troublesome Foe For Stanley Cooper,” Herald, Thursday evening, December 22, 1932, page 23

“Alhambra Sports Program Complete,” Herald, January 5, 1933, page 16

“Amos Boxes Frankie Mallo At Alhambra,” Herald, Friday evening, January 6, 1933, page 20

“Amos-Mallo Draw, Dyke and Finnegan Win at Alhambra,” Herald, Tuesday evening, January 7, 1933, page 9

“Herman Rates Even Choice With Nelson,” Herald, Sunday morning, January 29, 1933, section 1, page 10

“Six Bouts Listed on Monday’s Arena Card,” Herald, Saturday evening, February 11, 1933, page 8

“Ed Dempsey Out for K.O. Over Emanuel,” Herald, Monday evening, February 13, 1933, page 12

“Dempsey and Emanuel Box A Tame Draw / Throng of Fight Fans Gets Its Only Thrills From Preliminaries,” Herald, Tuesday evening, February 14, 1933, page 15

“Kid Dyke Is Signed To Tackle Callahan At Arena Monday,” Herald, Thursday evening, February 23, 1933, page 21

“Jimmy Eagan Easy Winner Over Condor,” Herald, Tuesday evening, February 28, 1933, page 14

“Eagan and Nelson Train for Battle,” Herald, Monday evening, March 13, 1933, page 12

“Simms Here For Ring Bout,” Herald, Thursday evening, March 16, 1933, page 16

“Bobby Simms Kayoes Sallus in Fourth Round at Alhambra,” Herald, Saturday evening, March 18, 1933, page 9

“Eagan Given Edge in Bout With Nelson / Heavyweights Clash Tonight in Feature at Arena,” Herald, Monday evening, March 20, 1933, page 13

“Nelson Drops Jimmy Eagan In 3d Round / Negro Scores 34th K. O. at Expense of Cleveland Heavyweight,” Herald, Tuesday evening, March 21, 1933, page 17

“Frankie Wojick Signs for Bout Against Kid Dyke,” Herald, Friday evening, April 7, 1933, page 26

“Twin Feature Arranged for Arena Ring,” Herald, Sunday morning, April 9, 1933 section 1, page 10

“Thompson Is 6 to 5 Choice On Dempsey,” Herald, Monday evening, April 10, 1933, page 13

“Thompson Is Winner Over Ed Dempsey,” Herald, Tuesday evening, April 11, 1933, page 19

“Herman Gets A New Chance With Nelson,” Herald, Sunday morning, April 16, 1933, Section 1, page 11

“Joey Brown Gets Chance To Rise High,” Herald, Sunday morning, August 20, 1933, section 1, page 6

“Arena Bout Tonight is Barron’s Farewell to America / Scranton Boy Is Booked for Foreign Tour,” Herald, Monday evening, August 21, 1933, page 13

“Brown Boxes A Draw Bout With Barron / Youngsters Taper Off Spendid [sic] Card With Sensational Fight,” Herald, Tuesday evening, August 22, 1933, pages 14-15

Item, “Skidding the Sport Field with Skid” column, Herald, Tuesday evening, August 29, 1933, page 14

“Nelson Has Big Chance To Win Fame,” Herald, Sunday morning, September 3, 1933, section 1, page 10

“Buffalo Ace Has Edge Over Negro Star,” Herald, Tuesday evening, September 5, 1933, page 16

“Scozza Given Ring Verdict Over Nelson,” Herald, Wednesday evening, September 6, 1933, page 19

“Wilkes-Barre Boxer Chosen Moran’s Foe / Wilsch, Under Name of Joe Barba, Shone as an Amateur Here / Defeated Kid Dyke,” Herald, Thursday evening, September 14, 1933, page 25

“Wilsch Here For Ring Test With Moran,” Herald, Tuesday evening, September 19, 1933, page 17

“Moran and Wilsch Draw At Arena Before 3,500 Fans / Former Syracuse University Athlete Rallies After Nine-Count Knockdown in Second,” Herald, Saturday evening, September 23, 1933, page 8

“Moran Drills In Hill Gym For Lawless,” Herald, Thursday evening, October 5, 1933, page 31

“Moran Wins Nod in Bout With Lawless / Dempsey and Pennino, Semi-finalists, 'Steal Show' With Battle,” Herald, Saturday evening, October 7, 1933, page 8

“Mandell Has Fine Record As Fighter,” Herald, Tuesday evening, October 10, 1933, page 17

“Sammy Mandell and Mickey Serrian Arena Foes Tonight / Former King Of 135-Pound Class Tested,” Herald, Friday evening, October 13, 1933, page 27

“Serrian Goes Up Notch on Fistic Ladder,” Herald, Saturday evening, October 14, 1933, page 9

“Canadian Champion 8 to 5 Choice in Arena Bout Tonight / Bob Leitham Selected to Outbox Rival / Bantamweight Stars in Splendid Condition for 10-Round Test / Matheson in Action / Popular Buffalo Veteran Meeting Frankie Martin in Semi-Final,” Herald, Friday evening, October 27, 1933, page 28

“Arena Matchmaker Seeks New Talent for Shows Here in New York Gymnasiums / Shaw Makes Flying Trip to Metropolis After Pete Lorenzo and Bobby Leitham Stage Disappointing Bout,” Herald, Saturday evening, October 28, 1933, page 9

“Mueller Gives Moran Acid Ring / Hard Hitting Boxers Clash for 6 Rounds…Dyke Opposes Vigh / Entire Card Presents Syracuse Boys Against New York Scrappers,” Herald, Friday evening, November 3, 1933, page 27

“Joe Moran Has Easy Time Beating German ‘Iron Man’ / Former Collegiate Knockout Ace Floors Mueller Five Times in Arena Bout,” Herald, Saturday evening, November 4, 1933, page 8

“Jack O’Dowd Ready to Box Moody Here,” Herald, Sunday, December 10, 1933, section 1, page 13

“Moody Stops Jack O’Dowd In 4th Round / Odell and Herman Draw in Arena Ring; Brown and Fuller Win,” Herald, Tuesday evening, December 12, 1933, page 21

“Kid Dyke Agrees To Meet Fogarty In Rochester Ring,” Herald, Thursday evening, December 28, 1933, page 19

Item, “Boxing News…,” Herald, Friday evening, December 29, 1933, page 19

“Heavyweights Head All-Star Boxing Chart,” Herald, Monday evening, January 22, 1934, page 17

“Wilsch Takes Verdict Over Harry Fuller,” Herald, Tuesday evening, January 23, 1934, page 16

“Bedell Back As Promoter Of Ring Bouts / Takes Over Arena Reins After Bushy Graham Disappoints Fans,” Herald, Tuesday evening, March 27, 1934, page 14

“John Nelson And Singer in Draw at Utica,” Herald, Wednesday evening, April 4, 1934, page 21

“Halaiko Due In Syracuse On Sunday,” Herald, Friday evening, April 13, 1934, page 33

[Item, “Anthony Rexin, … treated for a dislocated shoulder and cuts … booked on intoxication charges, Herald, Saturday evening, September 15, 1934, page 3, column 7]

“Ed Karolak Wins Verdict Over Nelson,” Herald, Tuesday evening, October 2, 1934, pages 17 and 19

“Emanuel Boxes Jack Davis At Arena Tomorrow Night / Sallus, Devine, Cordaro and Kid Dyke Assigned to Places on Preliminary Card,” Herald, Sunday morning, October 7, 1934, section 1, page 11

“One-Act Drama…Fans at Arena…,” Herald, Tuesday evening, October 9, 1934, page 18

“Risko Rules 7 to 5 Choice Over Sallus,” Sunday morning, November 4, 1934, Section 1, page 12

[“Boxer Saved From Creek By Auto Dash,” Herald, Friday, September 23, 1938, page 12]

[“Man, 62, Assaulted; ‘Kid Dyke’ Locked Up,” Herald, Sunday morning, May 7, 1939, page 1, col. 2]

[“Former Boxer Given Fine or Jail Choice As He Admits Attack,” Herald, Monday, May 8, 1939, page 6]

[“Remember Kid Dyke?” Down the Line column by Jack Durkin, Herald-Journal, Friday, June 4, 1943, page 27]

“Skid Says” sports column, Herald-Journal, February 21, 1944, page 14 and continued: “I’ve seen Dempsey-Firpo, both Dempsey-Tunney fights, watched Joe Louis in all his title brawls, saw Armstrong, Ross, McLarnin, etc., in their prime, but give me the kind of fights kids like Mickey Barron, Stanley Cooper, George La Rocco, Johnny Simms, Frankie Wallace, Kid Dyke…and others too far back for memory to revive, put up, and I’ll be satisfied. They were fights. We never had anything like those battlers here since.”




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