Ring Magazine: September 1927

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Cover: Jack Dempsey

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  • The Ring magazine's on-line description of this issue: In Effort To Regain Title, Dempsey Aspires To A Feat Never Achieved In Heavyweight Class” by Daniel M. Daniel looked at other former heavyweight champions’ failed efforts to regain the title and evaluated Dempsey’s chances of being the first to succeed. Also in this issue: Dempsey was coming off a controversial knockout of Jack Sharkey earlier in the year, which was the subject of an opinion poll of 33 insiders entitled “Did Jack Dempsey Hit Low? Or Did He Win Fairly?” … “Kid Lavigne: Champion Lazy Man Of The Ring” by Biddy Bishop … “Leo P. Flynn: Man Of The Hour” by Francis Albertanti … “Freddy Welsh Mourned By Fans” by Nat Fleischer … “Boxing Follows The Flag: Navy Carries Manly Art To All Parts Of World” by Capt. Hiene Miller.


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