April 1956. · New York:
by [Ring Magazine].
4to, magazine, glossy covers, illustrated, 66 pp. Covers bright and clean, normal aging and browning; otherwise very god plus. Includes a feature article on how Olympic boxing rules hurt American fighters, since the style of American fighters is similar to the pros. European fighters are more accustomed to amateur rules. This issue also includes an article on Joe Jeannette, one of the great Negro fighters from the early 20th century, Another article reports on Irish-American fighters. (Inventory #: 105079)