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Jake Tuli Family
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Title Jake Tuli Family
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Keywords South Africa, Drum Magazine, Jake Tuli, family, June 1954, 1954, daddy, England, sports, boxing, century, Drum Photographer, pram, pushing, child,
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Description DM2011052712:SAED:BOXING:PERSONALITY:JUN 1954 – ‘We’re coming, Daddy!”- Jake Tuli’s family prepares to join him in the house he’s bought in England! This is a family without Daddy. Pity he isn’t here to play with me. I can box him, you know? Every time Mummy says, ‘we’re going to England Veronica, to see Daddy, Veronica says, “Is that near Park station, Mummy?” She doesn’t realize that she’s going to see the greatest little daddy in the world. Jake Tuli. Boxer of the century. So folks, we’re off to England. (Photograph by Drum Photographer ©BAHA)
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