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'''Patsy Urso''' as one of twelve siblings and a member of the Grand Rapids, Michigan [[Golden Gloves]] Team representing Chicago. In 1934 he won an Intercity Golden Gloves title in the 2nd division vs. [[Al Reid]] at flyweight. In 1935 he won the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions by decision vs. [[Jesse Levels]] of Cleveland, Ohio, at flyweight.
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'''Patsy Urso''' was one of twelve siblings and a member of the Grand Rapids, Michigan [[Golden Gloves]] Team representing Chicago. In 1934 he won an Intercity Golden Gloves title in the 2nd division vs. [[Al Reid]] at flyweight. In 1935 he won the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions by decision vs. [[Jesse Levels]] of Cleveland, Ohio, at flyweight.
  
 
Patsy introduced his elder brother [[Jimmy Urso]] to Golden Gloves boxing.
 
Patsy introduced his elder brother [[Jimmy Urso]] to Golden Gloves boxing.

Latest revision as of 04:37, 25 February 2013

Patsy Urso & Coach Jerry Wells: 1951


Patsy Urso was one of twelve siblings and a member of the Grand Rapids, Michigan Golden Gloves Team representing Chicago. In 1934 he won an Intercity Golden Gloves title in the 2nd division vs. Al Reid at flyweight. In 1935 he won the Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions by decision vs. Jesse Levels of Cleveland, Ohio, at flyweight.

Patsy introduced his elder brother Jimmy Urso to Golden Gloves boxing.

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Preceded by:
Lenny Cohen
Intercity Golden Gloves
2nd Division

Flyweight Champion

1934
Succeeded by:
End of format
Preceded by:
Jesse Levels
Chicago Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions
Flyweight Champion

1935
Succeeded by:
Jackie Wilson