Boxing - Dai Dower - Abercynon, Glamorgan
Shock haired, smiling Dai Dower, the Welsh colliery worker Jack Solomons regards as the best flyweight prospect since Jimmy Wilde. Dai, surface worker at Abercynon, Glamorgan, boxes Belgian Alex Bollaert at Cardiff on April 10th 1954. The young Welshman recently scored a sensational two round knock out victory over British flyweight match. And that, in just over a year after turning professional. Dai fought in the Olympic Games in 1952 as an 18 year old ABA champion. Now he's looking forward to June, when he will be 21 and eligible for a championship match.
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