Animals: Fiske & Phelps v. Frumkin

After reading 80 angry letters of protest, William J. Egan, director of Public Safety in Newark, N. J., last week told Sidney Franklin (Frumkin), Brooklyn toreador, that he could not hold a bullfight in New Jersey. Toreador Franklin had planned one for next week. He wanted to show U. S. citizens how he did it in Spain. He promised that it would be a gentle fight. He planned to use a rubber sword, pad the bull's horns. He said he would wave his cape and let the bull run at him. But not unless it was absolutely necessary would the...

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