Sport: Berg v. Canzoneri

For some time, Tony Canzoneri, the frog-faced Brooklyn fighter who won the lightweight championship of the world from Al Singer, has been supposed to be washed out. Grounds for this belief: Canzoneri has dodged a return match with Billy Petrolic of Fargo, N. Dak., who gave Canzoneri a good pre-championship drubbing. He was also supposed to be afraid of Jackie Berg, holder of the junior welterweight title, a Britisher noted for his courage, his windmill style, his ability to block punches with his chin. In Chicago last week, Berg and Canzoneri climbed into...

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