The American Style and How it is Learnt - By the Editor of 'Boxing.'

By: [Murray, John]

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Previous owner's signature dated 1958. Rubbing to edges of covers. ; 80 pages. Red papered card boards with red cloth spine. Page dimensions: 185 x 121mm. 6 illustrations. Advertisements on pages 1-2, 76-80. Sport, boxing. Contents: What is the American Style?; The Bed Rock of the Close Range Fighter's Success; The 'Crouch,' 'Smother,' and Head Glance; The Development of Quick, and at the same time of Hard, Punching; On the Cultivation of a Rugged Frame; The Best Method of Combating the American Style. Illustrations include: Billy Papke's Attack, Head Down, against Jim Sullivan; Jim Driscoll; A Fierce Rally between Harry Lewis and Johnny Summers; Billy Papke in a CLinch; Frank Klaus; Papke ducking in under a left and darting in for the body; McFarland's perfect distance judgement.

Title: The American Style and How it is Learnt - By the Editor of 'Boxing.'

Author Name: [Murray, John]

Categories: Other,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: London, Ewart, Seymour & Co.: [1914]

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 20027