Sport: Another Logical

At Madison Square Garden, Manhattan, Johnny Shugrue bumped his nose on Pal Moran's fist in the first round of their prospective twelve. Blood-flow external and internal from the broken nose blinded him. In the fifth round the referee called the bout on account of Shugrue's optical darkness. When the end came, he was a vivid study in red. Moran punched and punctured at the same time.

Notwithstanding Shugrue's unlucky disability in the first round, it was obvious Moran had not met his match. The latter's improvement since his illness a year ago...

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