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1897-01-23 (115lbs) [[Patsy Haley]] w pts 20 [[Austin Rice]], Polo AC, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA. Made at 115lbs with both men inside, Haley won the decision after 20 rounds of a tough fight in which he just about had the better of the hard-working Rice.  
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1897-01-23 (115lbs) [[Patsy Haley]] w pts 20 [[Austin Rice]], Polo AC, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA. Made at 115lbs, with both men inside, Haley won the decision after 20 rounds of a tough fight in which he just about had the better of the hard-working Rice. Haley, who was the more skilful of the pair and frequently had to call on his added experience, claimed the American title on winning.
 
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Haley, who was the more skilful of the pair and frequently had to call on his added experience, claimed the American title on winning.
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[[Category: 1897 Title Contests]]
 
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Latest revision as of 10:54, 15 March 2013

1897-01-23 (115lbs) Patsy Haley w pts 20 Austin Rice, Polo AC, Manhattan, NYC, New York, USA. Made at 115lbs, with both men inside, Haley won the decision after 20 rounds of a tough fight in which he just about had the better of the hard-working Rice. Haley, who was the more skilful of the pair and frequently had to call on his added experience, claimed the American title on winning.