Sport: Who Won, Jan. 23, 1933

¶Benjamin Morris Jeblatosky (Ben Jeby), Hebrew pugilist of Manhattan: the middleweight championship of the world, as defined by the New York State Athletic Commission; by beating Frank Battaglia, Italo-Canadian, by a technical knockout, in twelve rounds; in Manhattan. To have his title universally recognized, Champion Jeby needs a victory over Marcel Thil, French middleweight listed as champion by the National Boxing Association.


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