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1898-07-07 (122lbs) [[Solly Smith]] w disq 7 (20) [[Billy O’Donnell]], Olympic AC, Buffalo, New York, USA. Referee: Walter C. Kelley. In a fairly even contest, Smith, who was happy to continue after being fouled, extended his title claim in this one with both men inside 122lbs. Three times Smith had been struck low and that is why the referee called it off, backed up by the police who stated the verdict was a fair one in the circumstances.
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1898-07-07 (122lbs) [[Solly Smith]] w disq 7 (20) [[Billy O’Donnell]], Olympic AC, Buffalo, New York, USA. Referee: Walter C. Kelley. In a fairly even contest, Smith, who was happy to continue after being fouled, extended his title claim in this one with both men inside 122lbs. Three times Smith had been struck low, and that is why the referee called it off, backed up by the police who stated the verdict was a fair one in the circumstances.
  
 
[[Category: 1898 Title Contests]]
 
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Revision as of 14:59, 7 December 2012

1898-07-07 (122lbs) Solly Smith w disq 7 (20) Billy O’Donnell, Olympic AC, Buffalo, New York, USA. Referee: Walter C. Kelley. In a fairly even contest, Smith, who was happy to continue after being fouled, extended his title claim in this one with both men inside 122lbs. Three times Smith had been struck low, and that is why the referee called it off, backed up by the police who stated the verdict was a fair one in the circumstances.