Col. Theodore Roosevelt, writing about the recent Nevada prize-fight in the current issue of the 'Outlook.' 'I sincerely trust that public sentiment will be so aroused, and will make itself felt so effectively, as to guarantee that this is the last prize-fight to take place in the United States; and it would be an admirable thing if some method could be devised to stop the exhibition of the moving pictures taken thereof,' concludes the ex-President.
Roosevelt on Prize-fighting: Nopes Public Sentiment will Stop Contests
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