National Geographic : 1921 Jun
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE Photograph from Herbert Corey A CRITICAL MOMENT, WHEN THE "CROSS-EYED" BULL CHARGED (SEE TEXT, P. 619) The members of the Atlantic fleet, for whose edification the spectacle was staged, occupy practically all the seats in that portion of the structure shown in the photograph. Photograph from Ernest T. Fauroat TIE BULL-FIGHT AT ITS HEIGHT: LIMA, PERU From the moment the first horse was gored the sympathies of the American guests were with the bull rather than with his human torturers. "Go it, bull!" was the cry which echoed from every tier of seats, as the animal would charge the gold-laced matador and the resplendent picadors.