Sport: Brouillard v. Jeby

When Mickey Walker retired as middle-weight champion, his title went, after an elimination tournament last winter, to a lean, stubborn, hard-muscled New Yorker named Ben Jeby, who in all his fights showed much more courage than finesse. Last week in New York Jeby had his first chance to defend his championship against a really high-grade opponent. Barrel-chested Lou Brouillard, of Worcester, Mass., much the same type fighter except that he is lefthanded, came running out of his corner in the first round and planted two lefts on a chin that Jeby's previous opponents...

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