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Golden Gloves

In Lowell, amateur boxers learn to jab, bob, and weave, and still draw crowds who appreciate the sweet science

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By Kathleen Burge
Globe Staff / February 22, 2009

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LOWELL - Beneath the soaring dome, the gold gilding, and the inscription, "Liberty to all," two young men are trying to knock each other down. They dance around the ring, light as grasshoppers. In this fight, the hard smack of a gloved hand hitting a body is a rare sound. (Full article: 1165 words)

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