Sport: Greb vs. Tunney

Gene Tunney, former champion of the A. E. F., emerged from the smoke of a battle in Madison Square Garden holding Harry Greb's light-heavyweight championship of the world. But the smoke had hardly cleared when clouds of official disapproval rose to blur the brilliance of his honors. Not only did the metropolitan papers cast bitter reflections on the verdict of Judges Charles E. Miles, Charles Meighan and Referee Patsy Haley, but William Muldoon himself, Chairman of the State Athletic Commission, declared the decision "unjustifiable". He stated, however, that the verdict was official and that the State...

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