Sport: International

Idlers, lacking cash, listened wistfully to screams and uproar creeping through crevices on the Argonne A. C. Mechanics Building, Boston. Outpouring spectators, still inarticulate with excitement, told them the foreigner had won. Robert Roberti, of Italy was knocked flat for the count of nine in the first round by Monte Munn, U. S.. onetime Nebraska legislator. But, Friday, 13, was unlucky for Munn: Roberti rose foggily, fought savagely, knocked out Munn in the 6th round.

Idlers, lacking cash, heard little clamor from the crevices of Madison Square Garden, Manhattan. Jack Sharkey, Bostonian,...

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