Saturday, October 29, 2016
December 18 1908 -- Charlie "Kid" Dalton, local lightweight boxer, has never shown all that much promise, and in his long career he could only manage an anemic record of 28 wins, 19 losses and 17 draws. So when he starts squawking that he deserves 'recognition', Herriman gives it to him with both barrels -- graphically and in prose.
Dalton has a chance tonight to gain some of that much desired recognition when he fights Dick Hyland, a highly rated fighter. He will, however, lose.
Labels: Herriman's LA Examiner Cartoons