Boxing News Clipping #770 - Jack Johnson vs. Tommy Burns, WWII Military Boxing in South Pacific

Boxing News Clipping #770 - Jack Johnson vs. Tommy Burns, WWII Military Boxing in South Pacific
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Boxing News Clipping #770 - Jack Johnson vs. Tommy Burns, WWII Military Boxing in South Pacific
Boxers, Fight Figures and Others pictured - Jack Johnson vs. Tommy Burns

Military Boxing in South Pacific featuring: Servicemen watching boxing in South Pacific, Waiko Spetz vs. Ken Heltzman with referee Edward J. Flaherty

Group shot of champions receiving belts including: Milo Davis, Oscar Stockland, Roger Pattenaude, Wilfred Corona, George Yates, Bernie Reynolds, Paul Perrotti, Frank Friedman

Year of Clipping - 1945

Vintage Original Boxing News or Publication clipping

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Size - About 8 1/4" x 11 1/2" inches. May be somewhat smaller or larger based on trimming and cropping of the pictured clipping.

Condition as shown.



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