Main Fiction: “There’s Hicks In All Trades” by Tom Thursday, first published in All Sports, February 1940.
Narrator: Joe Sammarco.
“Oakie Dokey dances to the center of the ring and tries to knock down Calithumpian’s left guard. This is a major error on Oakie Dokey’s part. Silo lets go his straight right and it lands plum on the chinola of Herr Dokey. He falls over, frontwards, flat on his beak, which is a pretty sure sign that a boxer has lost interest in the business at hand. He is out as far as Long Island, if you know what I mean. If you don’t, write a letter to the papers.”
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