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Al Palzer andrEuther McCarty)
are ready forrfhegp'ng Wednes-i
day afternoon for jEheir battle for
the white heavywght-champi"dn-ship.
Thewinner will be given'
the 'title and recognition' as tfie
best man in his class
Tommy Burns tried to muddle,
the situation "by declaring he will-re-enter
the ring, meeting Bom
bardier Wells in Canada. Burns
claims that with the retirement of
Johnson he is the champion.
Little attention will be paid to
Burns. Either McCarty or Palzer
could whip him at present, and Al
fhas a knockout in two rounds
over Wells to his credit. "
Both of the contestants in the
New Year's battle have finished
their training, and each claims to
1 be in the best of condition. Bet-
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