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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 10

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BOXING LESSONS FOR BOYS MIKE GIBBONS
AND HIS SONS GIVE INSTRUCTIONS
Proper Way to Slip Left Lead and Counter With Right Cross, Posed by
Jack and Bob Gibbons.
The third of a series on boxing by
Mike Gibbons, middleweight cham
pion, and his two sons, Jack and Bob,
especially for The Day Book. Gib
bons says he will not allow his sons to
be fighters when they grow up, but
advocates boxing as an exercise.
BY MIKE GIBBONS
(Middleweight Champion)
Smart boxers are past masters at
"slipping punches." This is one of
the tricks of the game every one
should learn. Practice 30 minutes
each day while going through your
gym stunts and when you work to
close quarters with an opponent bear
in mind the fact that you don't have
to stop everything that comes your
way.
The boxer who is foxy can easily
step inside a punch and cause his op
ponent to go wild. Slipped punches
often twist around the neck of th
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