HONDURAS: Tauricide Geyer

The State and Navy Departments of the U. S. frown on the practice of tauromachy, or the art of bullfighting, by U. S. official representatives. But when Major Peter C. Geyer Jr., U. S. M. C., naval attache to the Legation at Tegucigalpa killed a bull in a bull ring last week, the State and Navy departments were pleased. Explanation:

Feature of the third corrida of the season at the Comayaguela Fair, 50 mi. from Tegucigalpa was the appearance of one Ramiro Dominguez, second-rate Mexican matador. Major Geyer attended in a ringside seat....

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