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Archie Moore

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Douroux, Marilyn. Archie Moore: The Ole Mongoose. Boston: Branden Publishing Company, 1991.

Moore, Archie, and Leonard B. Pearl. Any Boy Can: The Archie Moore Story. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1971.

Moore, Archie. The Archie Moore Story. New York: Mc-Graw-Hill Book Company, 1960.


Hirsley, Michael. "Archie Moore Dies at 84." Chicago Tribune (December 9, 1998).

Katz, Michael. "Light Heavyweight Archie Moore Dies in San Diego." New York Daily News (December 10, 1998).

Kindred, Dave. "A Celebration of Life." Sporting News (December 21, 1998): 62.

Lyon, Bill. "Archie Moore Treated Boxing with Reverence." Philadelphia Inquirer (December 11, 1998).

O'Brien, Richard, with Mark Mravic. "A Smiling Champion." Sports Illustrated (December 21, 1998): 30.


"Cyber Boxing Champion Archie Moore." The Cyber Boxing Zone Encyclopedia,. http://www.cyberboxingzone.com/boxing/amoore.htm (September 25, 2002).

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