Sport: Dictation

Small boys and girls near White Sulphur Springs on Saratoga Lake, N. Y., stood open-mouthed along the country roads when a hairy giant, scowling thunderously, went rushing by with great strides, followed by three other giants—two of them coal black, shining with perspiration, grinning broadly. It was Luis Angel Firpo, Argentine Bull Man, continuing his training for a fight on Sept. 11 with Harry Wills, black heavyweight, to determine Champion Dempsey's next antagonist.

During the week both Bull Man Firpo and Harry Wills found time to "dictate" statements to New York World...

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