Sport: Records: Oct. 29, 1928

Fred Penn, Omaha fisticuffer, gave one day last week half a pint of his own blood to save his mother's life in a transfusion operation. That same night, Fred Penn stepped into a prize ring, knocked down Fisticuffer Clarence Berger four times, won the bout.

Mr. and Mrs. James Joseph Tunney took a year lease on a house in smart Mayfair, London, which they hope to kindle into a literary salon with the aid of George Bernard Shaw, Arnold Bennett, et al. Meanwhile, it was reported that retired Fisticuffer Tunney had agreed to fight five British heavyweights in one evening—all, however, for...

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