Sport: Ring

A title at stake is usually necessary nowadays to make a prizefight notable. Weight and power are usually necessary to make a fight exciting. Yet Eastern ring-watchers felt they had had a good evening last week after observing the earnest efforts of two little untitled men to knock each other out in ten rounds of fighting which looked, from the rim of the Bronx coliseum in which it took place, like a black ant and a dark-haired mosquito battering at each other.

The ant, who was declared the winner by a close decision, was Eligio...

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