Sport: Windmill Champ

The harder Johnny Wilson (real name Giovanni Panica) pumped punches from his batteries, the faster Harry Greb attacked. After 15 rounds of bitter battle, at Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, Greb was declared the winner. He retained thereby his middleweight championship of the world, won from Wilson last September. Greb fights like a windmill—revolving, waving, swinging, slugging. Wilson has heavier hammers in his hands but he could not hit the windmill on the head. For several rounds he battered Greb's body. Shifting his attack to points higher up, he lost his aim. Meanwhile...

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