Ring Magazine: August 1932
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Cover: M.K. Fleming Illustration
- This is first 50 paged-issue, reduced from 66 pages. They would remain at 50 pages until November 1933, when they would be increased back to 66 pages.
- The price of each issue was reduced from 25 cents to 15 cents.
- Article topics include: new champion Jack Sharkey; photos of the Sharkey-Max Schmeling fight; "When Grandpa Was a Kid" article looking through old issues of the National Police Gazette and Boston Police News; "Unusual Knockouts": Jack (Kid) Madden-Jimmy Barry (Oct. 21, 1895), Soldier Kearns, Knockout Brown vs. Kid Goodman, and others; lengthy pieces on referee Patsy Haley and William Muldoon; wrestling; the "Mosquito Fleet" of Clever Sencio (a.k.a. Inocencio Moldez) and Bud Taylor, Johnny Hill, Fidel LaBarba; Nat Fleischer editorial on the "no foul" rule, Jack Gross, Harry Ertle, and a reply to readers' letters on the Sharkey-Schmeling fight; old-time boxing in New Orleans; description of the June 17, 1890 bout between bantams Paddy McBride and Jimmy Lynch; the 16th in the series on "Cradles of Boxing" in New England, including the George Rooke-Timothy Hussey bout of Oct. 17, 1868.
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