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watched f he battle unmoved-until
his father threw Edwards heavily
in the thirty-eighth, shouted,
"Go to him, daddy! He's almost
For 25 rounds they hammered
away, laughing at "blows "that
would have dropped an.ox.Kvery
time Edwards' right' landed 4t.cut
like a knife and sounded like a
stick hitting a drum.
Edwards smashed4 Gpllyer
about the ring in the "last four
rounds. Cpllyer's eyes and' face
were puffed like biscuits, but he
staggered in for more. In the
forty-seventh Edwards swung a
terrible right flush to the jugular,
knocking his "man out for 15 sec
onds. An eye witness said the
Mow"3 lilted "Collyer from his feet
aiKfheTsank, gasping, "Where am
lI ? Whiftis the matter ?"
J- 'GEORGE LAVIGNE.
(Tomorrow Kid Lavigne -will
r tell 'of the famous 74-Tound bat
tle-between Jack McAuliffe and
"Go to Him, Daddy! He's Almost Gone.
He Had Hopes.
, "I hope you appreciate , the
fact, sir, that in marrying my
daughter you marry a large
hearted, generous girl?"
''I do, sir, and I hope she inher
its those qualities from her fath
er." Philadelphia Telegraph,
German physician has discov
ered a process whereby whole an
imal bodies are made transparent
rso that nerves, bloodvessels,
muscles, bones and the internal
structure can be distinguished
and observed in minute detail