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wildest, the crowd demanding a
draw, but when the men were
brought to their senses, I gave
the decision to the one who was
leading on points at the time of
the double knockout.
When Langford and McVey
fought in Paris laSjt April there
was a cry from some of the
Frenchmen because I called it a
draw and I supposed it -was be
cause I liad not given' the fight to
Langford, but afterward learned
that the Frenchmen were mad
because I did not declare McVey
a winner, as he was their favor
ite. The Englishmenand Ameri
cans thought: Langford was the
winner. Can' you beat that?
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