Sport: Fights

In Chicago. Young Stribling, sluggish Georgia heavyweight famed for his ferocity when fighting mediocre opponents and for his ability to cling to the arms, ribs and elbows of those whom he respects, amazed a crowd of 20,000 by poking several long lefts into the sallow face of Otto Von Porat, lanky Norwegian. Before the first round ended Stribling suddenly lashed a left hook against Von Porat's jaw. The Norwegian fell flat on his back, was counted out.

In Philadelphia. Primo Carnera, Italian behemoth, stood up straight as his first dangerous U. S. opponent,...

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