Sport: Romero's Debut

At Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, Quentin Romero, 196 pound pugilistic champ of Chile, fell before the bruising, battering attack of Floyd Johnson, 199 pound lowan. Romero, his face a bloody smear, fell in the seventh round, .lay prone while the timer tailed off: ten seconds. Whether he was really "out" or whether he could not understand the Anglo-Saxon numerals as shouted by the referee are questions which were afterwards debated.

He himself appeared surprised to find that the tout was over for when the bell rang immediately after he had been counted out he...

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