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1912-06-24 (160lbs) Frank Klaus w disq 19 (20) Georges Carpentier, Motor Racing Track, Dieppe, France. Billed for the 160lbs title, Klaus was announced as being well inside the weight, while Carpentier was said to have scaled 159lbs. Later, it was discovered that the scales were weighing some four pounds light, a discovery that appeared to suit the Frenchman who was already experiencing problems in making 160lbs. Unable to make an impression upon the tough Klaus, his best punches merely bouncing off the latter’s head, Carpentier was pushed and battered around the ring for the opening four rounds and in the fifth he was blasted to the floor by a vicious right to the body. Up at ‘two’ the young Frenchman threw himself at Klaus and wrestled his way through to the bell, but from thereon he was right up against it and by the 17th he was out on his feet. Somehow he made a last-ditch effort, but it was to no avail and when he was taking a battering in the 19th, his manager jumped into the ring to save Carpentier from taking further punishment. However, in doing so got his charge disqualified.  
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1912-06-24 (160lbs) [[Frank Klaus]] w disq 19 (20) [[Georges Carpentier]], Motor Racing Track, Dieppe, France. Billed for the 160lbs title, Klaus was announced as being well inside the weight, while Carpentier was said to have scaled 159lbs. Later, it was discovered that the scales were weighing some four pounds light, a discovery that appeared to suit the Frenchman who was already experiencing problems in making 160lbs.  
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Unable to make an impression upon the tough Klaus, his best punches merely bouncing off the latter’s head, Carpentier was pushed and battered around the ring for the opening four rounds and in the fifth he was blasted to the floor by a vicious right to the body. Up at ‘two’ the young Frenchman threw himself at Klaus and wrestled his way through to the bell, but from thereon he was right up against it and by the 17th he was out on his feet. Somehow he made a last-ditch effort, but it was to no avail and when he was taking a battering in the 19th, his manager jumped into the ring to save Carpentier from taking further punishment. However, in doing so got his charge disqualified.  
  
 
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Revision as of 13:49, 28 February 2012

1912-06-24 (160lbs) Frank Klaus w disq 19 (20) Georges Carpentier, Motor Racing Track, Dieppe, France. Billed for the 160lbs title, Klaus was announced as being well inside the weight, while Carpentier was said to have scaled 159lbs. Later, it was discovered that the scales were weighing some four pounds light, a discovery that appeared to suit the Frenchman who was already experiencing problems in making 160lbs.

Unable to make an impression upon the tough Klaus, his best punches merely bouncing off the latter’s head, Carpentier was pushed and battered around the ring for the opening four rounds and in the fifth he was blasted to the floor by a vicious right to the body. Up at ‘two’ the young Frenchman threw himself at Klaus and wrestled his way through to the bell, but from thereon he was right up against it and by the 17th he was out on his feet. Somehow he made a last-ditch effort, but it was to no avail and when he was taking a battering in the 19th, his manager jumped into the ring to save Carpentier from taking further punishment. However, in doing so got his charge disqualified.