Very rare autograped Jack Dempsey card. This list is here of what i have found. Circa 1944This card was issued to Coast Guard personnel completing the physical training course run by boxer Jack Dempsey at the United States Coast Guard Training Station at Manhattan Beach, New York, during World War II. Seven reminders for fighting and fitness are printed on verso. JACK DEMPSEY (1895-1983), "the Manassa Mauler," was world boxing heavyweight champion from 1921 to 1926. He successfully defended his title six times and produced the sport's first million-dollar gate (1921), before he lost a 10-round decision to Gene Tunney in 1926 and retired from the ring. During World War II, he was Director of Physical Education for the Coast Guard, rising to the rank of commander. He taught unarmed fighting to Coast Guard sailors, and edited a training manual, How to Fight Tough (1942).Other signatures on this card are:Joe Millich:WrestlerDeceased 1990Also known as Slim MarlinMarty Servo:Born: November 3, 1919, Schenectady, NYDied: February 9, 1969, Pueblo, COHeight: 5′ 7″Weight: WelterweightMartial art: BoxingDivision: WelterweightRoger Burke:Eristus Sams:Died October 16, 1990Sams, who worked for civil rights in Texas, died Thursday of a heart attack in Prairie View, Texas. He was 77. Sams mounted the first statewide campaign by a black for the U.S. Senate since Reconstruction. Sams, who was mayor of Prairie View from 1970-84, placed seventh in a race won by John Tower. A former professor at Prairie View A&M, Sams also led a 13-year legal effort to win students at the predominantly black college the right to vote.Joe Trachy:Tony Martin (music) Dec. 25, 1912-?(music) Dec. 25, 1912-?A.F. Denello(A.F.=Air Force?)MICK MASTERS was a light heavyweight boxer, active from 1934 to 1937. His pro record was 16-10-3.Luigi Giuseppe d'Ambrosio, AKA Lou Ambers (was a lightweight boxer who fought from 1932 to 1941.)Born: November 8, 1913 in Herkimer, New YorkDied: April 24, 1995 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada former world’s lightweight championLou SakalJames J. Walker (1881-1946) Was a New York politician whose style and exploits made his name synonymous with the Jazz Age. (1881-1946) Was a New York politician whose style and exploits made his name synonymous with the Jazz Age.Johnny Colan:Heavyweight BoxerBirth nameJohn Joseph Colaianniborn1922-03-02nationality USAdeath date2010-07-18 / age 88debut1939-07-17divisionmiddleweightheight5′ 10″ / 178cmresidence New York, New York, USAbirth place Worcester, Massachusetts, USAJohn Murray: boxerDanny Kapilow: (Bronx Welterweight Contender, 68 Pro Fights, Manager also) 1921-03-16-2010-02-26 / age 88Eulace Peacock-Track and sprinter star, (August 27, 1914 - December 13, 1996)Track and sprinter star, (August 27, 1914 - December 13, 1996)M Baldwin: (Boxing) W. Nead(Wally Nead Boxer)Joe Trachy Franklyn J. Latka (Boxer: 26-7-9, Referee, Movies (Raging Bull), judge and trainer, inducted into the World Boxing Hall of Fame, Born 1914- Died 2007Pete Jarina (Navy)?Paul Tiny Wyatt (Boxer) Record: 0-5 4KOalias Tiny Wyattnationality USAdebut1941-10-01division:heavyweightBud EnchDale UfflemanNathan Mann (Boxer, Born: 1915-05-03 - Died: 1999-10-26, won 74 (KO 45) + lost 12 (KO 5) + drawn 4 = 90birth name Natale Menchettiborn 1915-05-03nationality USAdeath date 1999-10-26 / age 84debut 1934-04-05divisionheavyweightheight 5′ 10″ / 178cmreach 75″ / 191cmresidence Hamden, Connecticut, USAbirth place New Haven, Connecticut, USAJOHN DERRBorn: Circa 1917 in Dallas, North CarolinaDied: June 6, 2015 in Pinehurst, North CarolinaLegendary Golf Commentator, Reported the first 57 or 60 Masters Tournaments, Broadcast Olympic games, Ryder Cup matches, & World Series, Wrote a Book on His Adventures in SportsFilm Credits2009 Big Love (Stunt work), 2008 The Moretti House (Performer)HERB KROETENBorn: October 2, 1921 in Minneapolis, MinnesotaDied: June 28, 2006 in Tampa, FloridaNew York Golden Gloves Champion, boxing coach and instructor for 46 years in the Department of Physical Education at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York (October 2, 1921-June 28, 2006)-New York Golden Gloves Champion, boxing coach and instructor for 46 years in the Department of Physical Education at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York (October 2, 1921-June 28, 2006)BIBBER MCCOYBorn: July 10, 1906 in Cambridge, MassachusettsDied: March 6, 1977 An internationally known professional heavyweight wrestler, Robert H. "Bibber" McCoy, Died: March 6, 1977, Illness, age 70GEORGE BRUCKMANBorn: Circa 1912 in Washington, District of Columbia(Georgia Championship Wrestler "Ring 8"Died: ?