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THE RING - Volume 29, number 9 - October 1950 by  Nathaniel (editor) (Nat Fleischer; Daniel M. Daniel; Al Buck; Ted Yamachika; W. C. Heinz; Barney Nagler; Lester Bromberg; Ted Carroll; Nat Loubet; Jersey Jones; Ed Van Everyt; Art Collins; Johnny Salak; Stanley Weston; Billy Williams) Fleischer - Paperback - First Edition - 1950 - from W. Fraser Sandercombe and Biblio.co.uk

THE RING - Volume 29, number 9 - October 1950

by Fleischer, Nathaniel (editor) (Nat Fleischer; Daniel M. Daniel; Al Buck; Ted Yamachika; W. C. Heinz; Barney Nagler; Lester Bromberg; Ted Carroll; Nat Loubet; Jersey Jones; Ed Van Everyt; Art Collins; Johnny Salak; Stanley Weston; Billy Williams)

Condition: Very Good


New York: The Ring, 1950. 64 pp. Magazine format. Light wear with some faint ink marks on the upper left of the front cover. The front cover features a painting of Joe Louis; the back cover has a Charles Atlas ad. This issue contains: Charles No Louis Beating Beshore by Nat Fleischer; Joe in Big Climax by Daniel M. Daniel; Williams' Defeat a Sermon by Al Buck; Sugar Fusari Sweeten Charity by Nat Fleischer; Marino's Title Triumph Over Allen Is Brilliant by Ted Yamachika; Ringside Snaps in Title Bout; The Story Behind Saddler by W. C. Heinz; Phlegmatic Sharles Unmoved as He Gets Medicos' Okay by Barney Nagler; Nat Fleischer Says - editorial; LaMotta Resolved to Please by Lester Bromberg; Joe Louis' Spectacular Success on His Rich Exhibition Trail by Ted Carroll; A Weighty Problem by Nat Loubet; All in the Family by Jersey Jones; Little Giants by Ed Van Everyt; Jim Jeffries Talks About Fighters of His Era by Nat Fleischer; Fistic Headliners by Art Collins; Boxing Thrives on Rivalry Between U.S. and England by Johnny Salak; News of the Mat World by Stanley Weston; Famous Fights Recalled - photos; The Baker Boy by Billy Williams; and A Biographical Sketch - Archie Devino; along with all the usual features.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. 4to.

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