Sport: Fouled

When one boxer fouls another the profession of boxing is also fouled; when judges hand out a bad decision the profession is given a figurative black eye. Last week in the sixth round of an elimination light heavyweight fight at Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, Leo Lomski, roundheaded Pole, hit hatchet-faced Pete Latzo in the groin. While Latzo writhed on the canvas the crowd rioted, felled one spectator with a cane, then trampled him until stopped by policemen. Two nights later, at Coney Island, N. Y., George Courtney, middleweight, after thrashing David Shade for ten...

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