Ring Magazine: October 1931
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Cover: Vittorio Campolo
- Article topics include Vittorio Campolo; "Welcome Back" Benny Leonard; "How Far Will He Go?" Mickey Walker; Bob Fitzsimmons; "Ballyhoo Kings" Jack Kearns, William Brady, Tom O'Rourke; Jimmy McLarnin; wrestling articles; "Claquer! How Rudy Unholz Started Demonstration That Brought a Halt to the Tommy Burns-Jack Johnson Championship Fight" by Ed (Gunboat) Smith; "Vacation Time" with Jack Sharkey fishing, Gene Tunney, Jack Dempsey; many photos of the Jack Sharkey-Mickey Walker bout; photos of "Foreign Stars" Jim Travers, Bardos, Max Tarley, Carlos Corellana, Herzo, Fali Bilimovia, Antol Kocsis, Johnny Haili Jr., George Sidders; "On the Road to Recognition" photos of Frankie Hayes, Johnny Roberts, Urban Liberty, Rusty Evans, Frankie Palmo, Frankie Chatterton, and Freddy Edwards; photos of Middle West boxers George Taylor, Duane Duncan, Ray Mann, Jimmy Thompson, Billy White, Garth Van Campen, Jack King, "Newsboy" Joey Rich, Mickey Cohen, and Jimmy Murphy; hw the trap set by Frank Erne for Terry McGovern failed; photos of "Youthful Gladiators Who Are Making Good" Frankie Wolfram, Bobby Costello, Mickey Michaels, Roland Lecuyer, Joe Ghnouly, Midget Fox, Eddie Cool, and Joe Zeman; A. D. Phillips reflects on John L. Sullivan, Bob Fitzsimmons, and Terry McGovern; Wilbur Wood's piece on boxers who lack one or more "essential parts," such as Young Stribling, Boer Rodel, Bombadier Billy Wells, Phil Scott, and Al Reich; Nat Fleischer's editorial on Maxie Rosenbloom, growing interest in heavyweight prospects; wrestling promoter Jack Curley's tale of Jess Willard's post-Jack Johnson bout vaudeville tour; the sixth in a series on the "Cradles of Boxing" in New England, including the Young Barney Aaron-Johnny Monaghan bout in 1855; an article on how old time trainers tricked opposing fighters into weakening weight reductions, mentioning Battling Nelson, Joe Gans, George Dixon, Nunc Wallace, John C. Heenan, Tom Sayers; "Practical Joker" Bob Fitzsimmons; and photos of amateur John Lucinatelli with manager George Ciago, New York's Johnny Fitzpatrick, Calumet's Paddy Jaaske, Cris Pineda, East Moline's Kid Leonard, Harry Liebowitz, Eddie Koppy, and Victoria, Canada's Tommy Fielding (then in Hawaii).