Sport: Who Won, Feb. 6, 1933

¶ Tough little Thomas ("Seaman Tom") Watson. British featherweight champion, who was humiliated last fortnight when N. Y. Athletic Commissioners publicly doubted whether he was competent to oppose first-rate U. S. fighters: a 12-round bout—after being knocked down three times in the first two rounds—against sluggish Fidel La Barba, one-time world's flyweight champion, who was a 4-to-1 favorite; in Madison Square Garden. Seaman Tom's reward: a fight against Cuban Kid Chocolate (who was last week being refused entry into the U. S. by immigration authorities), for the featherweight championship of the world....

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