Sport: Bite

In Montreal bulky Henri Deglane wriggled out of a series of headlocks and clapped a flying mare on bullet headed, cone houldered old Ed ("Strangler"; Lewis, "world's champion" of the Sandow-Bowser group of wrestlers, and flapped him over. Loudly cheered Canuck partisans, for no one had expected Deglane to get a fall. Again they wrestled. Lewis threw Deglane. But when the French-Canadian got up he grimaced pitiably, held out his right arm, showed toothmarks, swore that Lewis had bitten him. Indignant, the referee conferred with athletic commissioners, awarded the fall, the bout, the...

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