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Light Heavyweight Billy Conn (right) had Joe Louis beaten and the championship won—for 12 rounds
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Making like a fighter, Chicago's Dave Philley commits the unpardonable sin (left) of leading with his right as he sets out after New York's Bob Grim, who artfully dodges haymaker (right), which cost White Sox...