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anxious as at first to finish his
The dummy was again moved
from its place in the wall and set
in slow motion. It was a pretty
sight to witness. The left arm
was arranged so as to make its
precise strokes in jabs, uppercuts
and drives for the jaw. The
movements of the right arm were
delivered at the neck, face and
solar plexus. It was easy to see
that when these motions were in
creased it would be all off with
the man who got in the way.
It was so with Hurley. He
gathered himself together and
rubhed upon his opponent, but in
a jiffy he was tossed out into thd
center of the floor a senseless,
That ended the fight, and i
was a week before Hurley got..
aDout town again, .ms atmuae
toward Tommy Tuller was
changed. He even wanted to
back him as a professional, but
Tommy said he was just a plain
business man, and didn't want to
mar the record of his ancestors.
The club awarded the hero a
gold medal. Tommy seldom
boxes now, "but when he does, it
is with the clear understanding .
that his full powers are to be held
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