Jack Dempsey discloses that his pen is punier than his punch in the attached gem, under his signature, syndicated in the nation's press:
"Poor little me!"
If George Godfrey, my Negro sparring partner, ever knocked me out, it must have been while I was asleep. He certainly never did it while I was awake. And never since he has been in my camp has he ever shaken me up.
"Once I let George step a little—permitted him to make a neat showing. That was the day a Negro musical show played...