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|death date||1930-01-30 (63)|
|residence||Bangor, Maine, USA|
rounds boxed 216 KO% 28.57
|1894-11-12||Tommy White||8-3-6||Triangle Club, Chicago, Illinois, USA||L||PTS||6||6|
|1893-12-27||Al Neist||Livery Stable, Saint Louis, Missouri, USA||W||KO||14|
|1893-03-02||Billy O'Donnell||1-1-0||Rowena, Iowa, USA||D||PTS||81|
|Both men were down simultaneously in the 67th round.|
|1892-07-08||Solly Smith||11-0-2||Pacific A.C., San Francisco, California, USA||L||KO||3|
|1891-12-17||Dick Hollywood||0-1-1||Deadwood, South Dakota, USA||W||KO||9|
|"It was a finish fight, skin gloves were used."|
|1891-06-30||Johnny Van Heest||27-2-4||Twin City A.C., Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA||L||KO||12||20|
| referee: Hank Seeley |
The men fought for a purse of $700, at 122 pounds.
|1890-12-06||Tommy White||0-2-0||Magic City Athletic Club, Omaha, Nebraska, USA||D||PTS||91|
| referee: Wilson |
The fight lasted five hours and fifty-five minutes. It was fought in the Germania hall. After 37th and until the 70th round it was very tame, with hardly a blow struck on either side. In the 71st White attempted a rally, but couldn't put his man out and was exhausted by his own efforts, so that the remaining rounds were tame again. In the 81st the referee warned the fighters that he gives them 10 more rounds to do something, or he would stop the fight, which he did, calling it a draw in the 91st round.
Non-local sources erroneously give the date of the bout as December 7, while it was fought on Saturday (Dec. 6) according to local newspapers Morning World-Herald and Omaha Daily Bee.