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1891-04-24 (142lbs) [[Charley Kemmick]] 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 Kemmick (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 Kemmick]] 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 Kemmick (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.  
  
Kemmick never really made his claim stick and died of consumption on 23 August 1895, aged 25.
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Kemmick, who never really made his claim stick, died of consumption on 23 August 1895, aged 25.
  
 
[[Category: 1891 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: 1891 Title Contests]]
 
[[Category: Welterweight Division]]
 
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Latest revision as of 11:13, 26 May 2013

1891-04-24 (142lbs) Charley Kemmick 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 Kemmick (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.

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