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"Sugar Ray Robinson -- Boxing's Biggest Break," a two-page article in COLOR, volume 7, no. 8, Oct.-Nov., 1951.

Color: Charleston, WV 1952 Illustr, 13.5 x 10.5, pict stapled wraps, 50 pp, covers worn, creased, soiled, torn, lower corners chewed, pages torn. Featured on the cover is "Sugar" Ray Robinson, and Bethune-Cookman College business education major, Lois McLendon. Articles listed on the cover are "What Makes a Woman Beautiful," "Dangerous Rackets in Religion," "World's 10 most Powerful Negroes" and " 'Sugar' Ray Robinson Boxing's Biggest Break." In addition to the Robinson story, there is also a three-page article on Randy Turpin, the bi-racial English fighter who defeated "Sugar" Ray and became Middleweight Champion of the World until he was rematched with Robinson.


Book Id: 97-8144

Price: $25.00

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