Sport: Delaney v. Berlenbach

John Delaney, light-heavyweight, is another gentleman who believes implicitly in the might of his right mauler. Standing in the middle of the most magnificent prize-ring in the world—a ring with posts of brass, bucket-holders of brass, seats braced with brass, and ropes of bottle-green plush—the Star Chamber of the new Madison Square Garden, Manhattan—he pushed that fist so violently into the face of Paul Berlenbach that the latter fell down and reclined on his side, head, ear, shoulders, hips and legs. The referee's arm began to rise and fall and a great crowd...

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