Charles Pierce Ward

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Charles Pierce Ward was born May 26, 1917 in New York State. In 1935, he was 5�11�, weighed 160 pounds, and had blue eyes and brown hair. Per a January 7, 1938 Daily News article on Pierce Ward's entry into the Golden Gloves competition, Ward was a �former all-around athlete who gained experience by knocking around the globe as beach-comber, pilot and movie extra.�

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