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OSGAR UND AHOLF ARGUE 1912 ISSUES
... ByFred Schaefer. '
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1 "I concrakleate you, Adolf.
fTaft, hass got ret bloot after all'
' "Tank you, Osga'r. You say
'dot becoss Jie came back so strong
in dot Massachusetts round?"
"No becoss he "iss bleding
more freely, under der punish
ment." . e -
""Don'd twit me,, Osgar. Taft
iss. in diss fighf.to stay he;can'd
escape. Vot a peach .of a cauli
flower ear your man T, R. hass !"
"Oh, id iss nothing's! I-sub'bose
.Taft iss a liddle"dizzyfrom being
' knocked ofer der ropes und being
assistatin again, ain'li id?7'
"Nonsense, hiss head iss clear
as a bell. Coult I maybe lend ydu
der telephone number of red Red
"Vot do we on diss site of der
arena vantr mit ider Red Crossy
"Becoss jn dot New Hampshire
round Taft scored a pretty stiff i
uppercut, I bet me."
"Tut, tut, 'he only knocked T.
R.'s glasses 'off. By der vay,' ditn't
dot Missoui jolt shake up your
fe'llbw? Id wa3s like der kick ofv
a mule." -
"Ach, no, dot only caught him
on der forehead. I'd glanced off.
Der only '.defect of id wass to
arouse hiss fighting spirit."
"Veil, ven der knockoudt
comes he vilj propably request id
to lie ddwn again. We show you
,v.otid results -ven a fyat iss in. deir