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1891-04-24 (142lbs) [[Charley Kemmic]] w co 3 (finish) [[Jim Scully]], Twin City AC, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Referee: Henry Sealey. Billed for the American 142lbs title, after a general feeling out period in the opening round Kemmic (141½) got to work with the right hand in the second and in the third, after a few moments of sparring, he sent Scully (142) down to be counted out.  
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1891-04-24 (142lbs) [[Charley Kemmic]] w co 3 (finish) [[Jim Scully]], Twin City AC, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Referee: Henry Sealey. Billed for the American 142lbs title, after a general feeling-out period in the opening round Kemmic (141½) got to work with the right hand in the second, and in the third, after a few moments of sparring, he sent Scully (142) down to be counted out.  
  
 
Kemmic never really made his claim stick and died of consumption on 23 August 1895, aged 25.
 
Kemmic never really made his claim stick and died of consumption on 23 August 1895, aged 25.

Revision as of 10:29, 31 March 2012

1891-04-24 (142lbs) Charley Kemmic w co 3 (finish) Jim Scully, Twin City AC, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Referee: Henry Sealey. Billed for the American 142lbs title, after a general feeling-out period in the opening round Kemmic (141½) got to work with the right hand in the second, and in the third, after a few moments of sparring, he sent Scully (142) down to be counted out.

Kemmic never really made his claim stick and died of consumption on 23 August 1895, aged 25.