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FOREIGN CHAMPS OVER HERE TO WHIP AMERICANS
Foreign boxers will chase
American' gold- Oris winter,, and
the centers 'of ' boxing New
York, - Boston, Philadelphia,
Memphis, JtefL Qrleansf San
Francisco and Los Angeles will
be, their stamping grounds.
B'ombafdier Wells, champion
heavyweight of England, will re
turn to prove his right to the titled
George Carpentier, the French
Adonis, who was horribly mussed
up by Billy PapTce will display
his prowess among the light
Charles Ledoux, 'French ban
tarn, by reason of his victory over
Digger Stanley, the Britisher', is
in lew York, ready to take on
the headliners as fast as they
come, Johnny Coulon preferred.
As on this side of the water we
think Coulon is the bantam
champion, there may be some dif
ference of opinion as regards M.
Ledoux and his claim.
Eddie Morgan, Welsh bantam,
is here and has already -demonstrated
"his class by artistically -'trimming
Eddie O'Keefe of Phil
adelphia in ten rounds.
Jack Harrison, English middle-