Sport: Harp

In a bright green bathrobe with a golden harp between the shoulderblades, Jimmy McLarnin, lightweight, climbed into a roped square in Madison Square Garden. After one minute and forty-seven seconds of fighting he climbed out again onto the shoulders of yelling spectators. Alone in the ring with his handlers, a curly-headed Jew, Sidney Terris ("Pride of the Ghetto"), came slowly back to consciousness, asked what had happened, and began to cry. A single short right to the jaw had finished him. McLarnin, boxing sensation of the season, is matched to fight loafing Lightweight-Champion Samuel Mandell in June.


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