First Obtainable American Edition (after a small run contemporary with the 1907 English Edition (and from imported sheets) to secure American copyright), with MacMillan at spine of book and at title page and at rear panel of dustjacket and without 2/6 price at rear ads. Copyright page states: 'First published in 1907; Reprinted in 1913. This edition published in 1922'. 'Sheen finds himself facing a street brawl between boys of Wrykyn and a gang of local toughs. He slips away to safety, but his cowardliness is noticed by his fellows, who ostracize him. He trains secretly under boxing legend Joe Bevan, hoping to restore his honor'. A very uncommon Wodehouse title, first published in Britain from March, 1905 to March, 1906 in 'The Captain' magazine and then in book form in 1907. Near Fine but for soiling to top page edge, in Very Good dustjacket, some shallow edge chips and modest soiling, less than dime sized chip at top spine end, some loss along top rear panel.