Sport: Little Man

Knocked into a cocked hat last week was the old sport axiom that a good, big man can always beat a good, little man. Henry Armstrong, Negro fisticuffer, is a little man. No fight fan will deny that he is a good man: he won the world's featherweight (126 lb. max.) championship, then fattened up and won the welterweight (147 lb.) championship, then turned to the lightweight division and won that championship (135 lb.) too—all within ten months. Ceferino Garcia, Filipino welterweight, is also a good man in the ring: he has a paralyzing ''bolo"...

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