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Image from page 415 of “Outing” (1885)
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Identifier: outing15newy
Title: Outing
Year: 1885 (1880s)
Subjects: Leisure Sports Travel
Publisher: [New York : Outing Pub. Co.]
Contributing Library: Tisch Library
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pre-pared to defeat him, or in making a feintseem a actuality, or vice versa. When twoskilled boxers meet who’re equallymatched, every is so poised and preparedto take benefit of the slightest mis-movement or error that such mistake re-sults within the reception of a blow the sever-ity of which can invariably be measuredby the seriousness of the mistaken effort.The time, subsequently, that’s wasted in re-hearsing methods, that are usually im-practicable in precise contests, is betteremployed in working towards the extra impor-tant rules of boxing. These princi-ples I shall now proceed to clarify. Itis not possible to do justice to the subjectwithin the area at my command, there-fore the reader should perceive that allmy directions and remarks are given ina very condensed and incomplete type. The illustrations, specifically ready forthis article, signify theoretically perfectpositions. The males have been carefullyposed to signify a mix whichmight or may not happen whereas boxing,

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A LEAD OFF. (PLATE 2.) Other that ? In such case you wouldhave no alternative of finishing theseries. There isn’t any such factor as trickeryin boxing, until it’s in attacking yourman when and the place he least expects andis unprepared for it, or in attacking himwith drive and rapidity superior to hisresistance, or in tempting him to assault however which, being theoretical, is that whichmust be geared toward. The bizarre phrases in boxing, withtheir clarification, are as follows : Break or break aiejay.—To spring again. Counter hit.—To hit your adversarywith your left hand whereas he’s within the actof hitting at you. i THEORY AND PRACTICE OE BOXING. 415 Cross-counter package.—To hit your adver-sary together with your proper hand whereas he’s inthe act of hitting at you. Draw.—To induce your adversary tomake an effort towards you in response toa feint. Draw again. — To draw vour head or corners, and when prepared each advance afull stride with the left foot, adopted byanother with the best, on the similar timeextendin

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