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No. 6 and 7, interference. It the defensive their line. the right back 3 and 4 take out. No. 6 5, with the No. 2 and runner. Price's blocking. That the forward first score on resembles went so successfully. shown to - morrow. morrow. , . - SCORES KNOCKOUT Philadelphia, Sept. 11. Benny Bass knocked out Harry Blitman in the sixth round of their bout at Shibe Park last night, after giving his rival a terrible lacing for five straight rounds. The former featherweight champion champion was on the offensive from the very outset, and in the opening round sent his rival to the floor. He landed at will on his opponent's face and head, cutting Blitman's face, and in the fifth round he shut Blitman's left eye. Hard Punishment It was terrible punishment that the , ex - champion administered to his southpaw rival, and it was evident evident to the crowd that sooner or later Blitman must wither under the constant fire. The end was avoided until the sixth, when Blitman's Blitman's courage could not 'keep him on his feet any longer. Benny Bass was the first to enter the ring. He was accompanied by Phil Classman, his manager; Jimmy Coster and Frisco Legs. Blitman followed Bass in a few seconds, seconds, accompanied by his manager, Max Boo - Boo Hoff; Jack Scoodles Rlnehart and Joe Ferguson. MILLERSBURG BIRDS land, is and it's place in I'd mind ever, home is boat and as "the America." "Kay is so decides while afire, and runners. she leaves the me, you'll picture, and "Jimmy haughty circumstance Just left "understanding," when he know who for her. How engagement for. It's Lloyd Moore Jobs." but rather An art foot," Singleton, Pat magnificent Canyon,

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  1. Harrisburg Telegraph,
  2. 11 Sep 1928, Tue,
  3. Page 15

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