Saturday, December 01, 2012


Herriman Saturday

Wednesday, March 25 1908 -- Finally the big fight between Fireman Jim Flynn and Battling Johnson comes off, and by all accounts there are ten rounds of wall-to-wall action. The Los Angeles Examiner calls it as a win for Flynn, while the Salt Lake Tribune calls it a draw. Because of L.A.'s boxing laws, there is no absolute decision since technically it is an exhibition match.

In weazel skin hat news, a mysterious thirteenth guest almost arrives.


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