By William J. Jacomb
The e-book, « Boxing for rookies, with bankruptcy exhibiting its dating to Bayonet Fighting», contains 3 parts.
The first exhibits tips on how to field, the second one describes the connection of boxing to bayonet combating, and the 3rd tells tips to manage a boxing match.
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Ring looked at Ty belligerently. “And leave me that goddamned bottle . . ” Bob Ring’s parents had been Pentecostal preachers. It wasn’t long before he began singing hymns. He knew all the verses, each verse more vigorous than the last. He was singing loudly when they climbed onto the snow, Fenton leading with the pack horses and looking back to see if Ty and Ring were all right. The snow was softer now, a worry to Ty. Ring hadn’t been all that steady, singing and drinking and flopping around in his saddle, trying to get comfortable.
He imagined that was the way Cody Jo did most things, tidy but without much fuss. He couldn’t get her off his mind—her dancing, her laughing, her worries about people losing their homes, drifting with their families in search of what couldn’t be found. He pictured those people gathered in lamp-lit kitchens, knowing they had to move on but not knowing where, how. It unsettled him: lost homes, families hungry, fathers so beaten they couldn’t stay—took to the rails, disappeared. He tossed and worried in the bedroll until the song came to him again, the dancing.
Loco was up now, legs splayed, head low, seeking balance. ” Fenton was already moving. ” “Pack him? ” “Could. ” Ty braced himself for the pack Fenton pushed at him. “Hurry—he might improve. ” They crossed the pass in darkness, Loco moving in a trance behind Cottontail, who had caused no trouble after seeing Loco serene under his packs. The climb had been fast, the Mission Range growing purple before dropping into night. Now there was only the crunch of snow, the creak of leather, the click of a shoe on rock as they regained the trail.
Boxing for Beginners and Bayonet Fighting by William J. Jacomb