most of his attention to in-fighting,
and in the clinches would grab Green
around the neck and with his right
arm free, play a tattoo on the San
Francisco boy's ribs. Green constantly
jabbed with his left and soon had
Smith's nose and mouth in a pulpy
condition. It was noticeable that Smith
refrained from using his left arm
which had been broken three months
ago, and he could only hand an occa-
sional right swing.
1 - The men clinched immedi-
ately and Smith commenced his work
on Green's ribs. On the break away
Green punished Smith in the stomach,
Both throw blows to the body.
2, 3, 4 and 5 were a succes-
sion of clinches and jabs by Green.
6 - Smith went to the floor
a result of a left hand punch in the
face. The "mysterious" man seemed
very tired and hung to Green as long
as he could in the clinches. As the
round closed he landed on Green's
jaw but did no damage.
7 - Smith rushed matters a
bit but was ineffectual until the end of
the round when he sent Green's head
back with his right on the mouth.
8 - In a wrestle Smith was
thrown. Green then tried for a knock-
out, but missed.
9 - Green played constantly
for the stomach, but Smith managed
to block him every time.
the 10th round Green had it near-
ly all his own way, landing two lefts
on the head and body that badly de-
moralized Smith, who appealed to the
referee for protection.
11 - Green wanted to end the
affair and rushed Smith against the
ropes. Smith got in his right twice on
Green's neck and was jabbed in the
stomach. Smith was very tired, and
when the bell rang and he had gone
to his corner his seconds threw up the
sponge, and the fight was given to