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    J I U J I·Ts U 1\

    THE E F FECTIVE JAPAN ES E MODE OF SELF-DEFENSE

    I LLUSTRATED BY SNAPSHOTS OF

    K. KOYAMA AND A. MINAMI

    WEL L KNOWN ~ATI\'E EXPERTS

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  • CoPYRIGHT, 1916

    BY

    1\MERICAN SPORTS PUBLISHING CoMPANY

    NEW YORK

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    MAY 27 191F

  • Spa!di?tg' s AtltleNc Lib1·ary. 5

    JIU JITSU ITS ANCIENT ORIGIN- THE JAPANESE SY STEM OF

    SELF -DEFENSE DESCRIBED

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    Jiu jitsu, the mudl-t::dked-of J apanese system of self-defense, h as attracted ~o mttdl 3tlt:ntion thruughllltt the Euglish-speaking world that its acceptation iu this country as a meritorious braneh of combative athletics causes not the s lightest surprise among broad-minded people.

    Like all innovations, especially foreign ones, j iu j itsu was at first disparaged by scores of pt:ople. Some of tht!lll still hold to their original opinions, but many have delveJ deep into the suboj ect, '"·ith the result f11at they now admit the science contains much of striking value.

    Jiu j itsu is one of the oldest known branches of self-defense. Authentic records of it s existence before the Christian era are now in possession of the 1fikado of Japan. History relates that so far back as 200 years before Christ the supporters of the J apa- nese emperor of that time fought unarm ed against hostile tribes and, aided by jiu jitsu, completely defeated them. The tribes in question carried the arms of the day, but this advantage availed them nothing against the disconcerting and often deadly tricks of the j iu j it su experts.

    Since that early period the art has advanced considerably, al- though the principal tricks have been kept secret. There are some jiu jitsu matHcm·res that have never been explained to Euro- peans or Americans-and probably they never will be. Especially reticent are the "Japs" regarding the dozen or so of death-pro- d ucing grips and blo\•..-s. Several of them have been described in detail by them at various times, but others are only hinted at.

  • 6 Spalding's A lhlett"c Lt"b,-ary.

    These death blows are remarkable. Some are delivered on the spine, others on the neck and head, and two on the face. There are almost numberless manreuvres that temporarily paralyze nerves and nerve-centers, and others that stop the circulation of the blood in various part of the body. A large proportion of the tricks and holds introduces the twisting of hands, arms, legs, ankles, and the neck, and many more depend for success on the obtaining of powerful