Kiesner Dec 9 1891 LA Herald
that they would be able to stay the longest. "If the Americana cannot win in twenty minutea it will be all up with them," aaid a well-posted man to the Herald representative yesterday. "The Americana are great on the rush. They will make a terrific try at the Btart, but if the opposing team can withstand them for twenty minutes it will bo all up with the Americana. Hutchinson is a wonderful anchor man and works like a horse, but he will never hold out." THK PULLS LAKT NIOIIT. In the pull last night it was generally thought that the Germans would beat the Spanish in a canter. The Americans were thought to have a waik-over with the police team, and the Irish were looked upon as easy winners against the . French. How well these expectations panned out is told in the following report report : The Germans weighed 1836 pounds— an average of pounds. The lightest lightest man was W. Paul, 160 pounds, and the heaviest G. Wibslow, 221 pounds. F. Rademacher was tbe anchor man for the Germans. The team last night waa as follows: A. Shultz, 200; F. Tappert, 103; F. Hoffmaster, 190; R. VVeyse, 176; H. Gerkenß, 167; F. Rademacher, 188; O. Wiualow, 221: W. Paul, 160; Chris. Kiesner, 167; Chas. Knobloch, 174. The Spaniah team weighed 1889 pounds, an average of 189 pounds. The team waa aa followa: Aguilar, Campuzano, Campuzano, Carrasco. Garcia, Rico, Bustamante, Bustamante, Aeumigo, Arvallo, Lizalda, Ybarra, Ohilds (captain;. The individual weights were published in yesterday's Hekald.