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Wednesday Morning, December 15, 1920
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NEW YORK. Dev. 14. Ja.k Dfmp
ey, tlio world's heavyweight cham
pion, knocked out Rill Hrennan of
Chicago, tonight in tho twelfth round
of tlu first heavyweight champion
ship stsigpil in New York since the
Walker law became operative.
There were many opinions ex
pressed, by fistic fans as to Denip
sey's inability o finish his opponent
quicklv. When Ih'inpsey did rut
loose, however, he certainly made a
Hiin-k job of it but it was not until
after Hrennan had shown that he
was absolutely unafraid of the cham
pion's punches and had split Denip
ey's left ear with a right hook.
The champion proved to be Rreii
nan's master in nearly every staay
of the bout but the challenger with
stood many hard blows in the wind
and libs throunh his magnificent phy
A steady stream of ticket holders
poured in each entrance of Madison
Squar Garden as soon as the doors
were opened at 7 o'clock and one
hour later every seat was filled. It
w:'" estimated that 14,000 persons
w-.-iv present and that the receipts
would reach 1200.000.
Dempsey G'ts $100,000
The mnnnsenient announced that
Dempsey's -share of the purse was
$100,000. V was understood that
Hrennan will receive S35.000.
The crowd was representative of
the city's cosmopolitan and profes
sional life, a large sprinkling of wo
men being noted in the reserved
floor arena seats.
A (e!epram was read from Jess
Willard at Kansas Citv asking Tex
R'ckard to challen.se the winner.
The men jrot into the center of the
ring, Dempsey landing first, a right
chop to the head. They exchanged
lefts and rights to the body at close
quarters and clinched frequently.
Itrennan worked left hooks to the
head while Dempsey sent two rights
to the head, one of which narrowly
missed Brennan's chin. 13oh worked
fust at close quarters and Dempsey
scratched Hrennan's right eye with a
left hook. Dempsey's round by a
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Dempsey landed a light right on
the neck. Hrennan replying with a
similar blow on the neck. Then they
got. into a short arm mixup. Demp
sey missed a left hook for the head.
Hrennan hooked left to stomach.
Short lefts and rights were exchang
ed at close quarters and Dempsey
sent a half arm left to the body and
brought it up to the face with a
great deal of steam behind it. Demp
sey was short with rights to the
Lead and Hrennan got in two half
arm uppercuts over trie heart. They
were in a lively niLxup at the bell.
Hrennan had a shade in this round.
They rushed into a clinch and then
exchanged body blows. Hoth landed
short right uppercuts. Dempsey
ducked into a right hook which was
followed by a left and right to the
head. Dempsey then started after his
man with left and right hooks, but
seemingly did not put much power in
to the blows. Dempsey showed a
slight scratch over his nose. There
were a few rapid exchanges with hon
ors fairly even. Dempsey crossed his
right hard to the ear, the hardest
blow so far in the fight." The cham
pion, whether intent ionallv or not.
missed a couple right hooks for the, They exchanged lefts and rights to
head and then brought his left to the head but at close quarters Demp
Rrennan's mouth which was bleeding j sey landed three or four short, right
at the close of the round. DemDsev's arm jolts to the body and neck.
They exchanged bodv blows with
both hands and then' landed light left
came back with left ana it
head. Then he drove a long right to
the stomach. At close quarters Demp
sey sent half a dozen short lefts and
rights to the body, and kept after his
man with left jabs. Dempsey ducked
into a short right uppercut but sent
back left and rights to the body.
Hrennan hooked lefi to the face and
two rights to the head. Dempsey shot
short left to the body. They were
sjftirring at the bell. Hrennan had a
shade in this round.
Dempsey danced around,, prodding
left to the head and face with Hren
an turning around in the center of
the ring. Hrennan missed a led
hook and Dempsey drove right to the
lody. Dempsey sent three short up
lercuts to Mbe face and booked three
lefts to the head while Hrennan was (
holding on. A4 close quarters Demi); j
sey used snort ngnis eiieciiveiy 10
the head and almost dropped Hren
nan with a right cross to the Jaw.
Hrennan rocked on his feet ana
Dempsey hooked left to the jaw.
Brennan although seemingly in
trouble, fought back maniully'but was
forced to clinch after Dempsey had
jolted him with short left and right
hook to the face. Hrennan looked
pretty well used up when he went
to his corner. Dempsey's round.
. Round Eleven
Brennan came out in fairly good
shape and they exchanged lefts and
rights to the head, one of which cut
Dempsey's, ear. Brennan missed a
right cross and Dempsey hooked his
left hard to the head. They exchang
ed short left uppercuts and Dempsey
drove his right to the head. Hren
nan fell into a clinch to avoid Demp
sey's light but Dempsey- pushed him
off and sent left and right to the body.
George Gipp, Gridiron Star of Notre
Dame and Fullback on All-American
Team Picked By Camp, Called By Death
Dempsey bled freely from the
mouth and ear while in his corner.
quarters. Dempsey led right to the head and
i Brennan landed a similar blow. They
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When Gipp was a freshman at N'otn
Dame he first attracted the attention
that was his until his death when he
drop-kicked a goal for the freshman
team from the (iS-yard line.a feat .hat
at once placed him in the first rank
of football stars of the country.
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heart. There was a good deal of in-
effective work- at close quarters.
Brenann sent his right twice to the
head. The champion came back with
a sulf left to the face and a short
right cross to the ear. Then Demp
sey met Brennan with a left hook and
shot two vicious rights to the head.
Dempsey was putting more steam into
bis blows at this stage and hooked
fl ft and right to the face and head.
Rrennan was bleeding from the mouth
when he went to his corner. Demp
After some short arm exchanges
and a clinch Dempsev was caution
ed for touching hi man lightly on
the face in the breakaway. Dempsey
dodged from a right hook and sent
three hard rights to stomach and
ribs, forcing Bill into a neutral cor
mer. he hooked his right twice to the
jstoniHch and when they came to the
i center of the ring again drove a hard
right into Brennan's mid-section.
Rrennan'sent two rights to the body
I just before the gong rang but it was
jlempsey's round by a good margin.
They riddled for a half minute, tap
iping each other lightly. Then Demp
sey hooked his riuht.to the head and
i Brennan retaliated w ith two right
ibcxly blows. They exchanged hard
body blows with both hands and
j Dempsey hooked a stiff left Over the
i heart. In a mixup Dempsey hooked
j his right to the wind and blocked
I many attempts by Brennan at short
:arm uppercuts. Dempsey's round.
I Dempsey jabbed left to face and
hooked two hard lefts to the body.
Dempsey kept jabbing with his left
and missed a right hook. Brennan's
'returns were very light. After some
sparring Dempsey drove his right hard
to the body, and hooked a short left
to the ear. Brennan seni his right
to tV head but received a stiff punch
on the nose from Dempsey's right in
return. Dempsey put two rights to
the head just before the bell. Demp
! After a few exchanges at close
'quarters Dempsey let go his left at
I full U-nsth to the body. Then he
! tried a right cross which grazed
'Brennan's chin. Brennan hooked left
jto face and Dempsey hooked left and
i right to head. D"mpsey missed an
other right cross but came nack
j quickly with right and left to head
shaking Brennan up. The going be
came a bit rougher at this stage with
Dempsey having the better of the ex
changes. They were fighting in close
(quarters in Dempsey's (urner at the
bell. Dempsey's round.
I After a moment's sparring with
j Dempsey on the ropes. Brennan cross
ed his right to the head. Dempsey
Dempsey jabbed left to face and put
a hard right to body. Brennan land
ed left to face and Dempsey sent
right to body. At close quarters
Dempsey shot two hard lefts to the
body. Dempsey knocked out Brennan
with right to the heart.
Brennan landed a left to the head
but Dempsey stepped in with left and
right to wind and drove a hard right
over the heart and hooked his left
to the stomach. Brennan crumpled
and almost doubled from the effects
of these blows, aid as he tottered to
ward the floor Dempsey sent him
sprawling on the rojes with a right
smash on the head. The blow over
the heart had done it's work . and
Brennan. while he tried his utmost to j
regain his feet, only rolled about on i
the floor of the ring while Referee
Haukup counted off the ten seconds, i
Brennan's seconds then jumped in i
and carried their man to his corner, i
The champion showed no other out-
ward effects of the battle than a split !
left ear. which bled profusely. The
time of the twelfth round was 1:57. j
SOUTH BEND, Ind., Dec. 14. Hund
reds of admirers of George Gipp,
Notre Dame football star, who died
here early this morning, viewed the
remains which lay hi state tonight.
The student body of Notre Dame will
accompany the body to the train to
morrow morning when the body will
be sent to Laurium, Mich., for bur
ial. Several members of the Notre
Dame football team will attend the
the recent season by his brilliant
During the lu?t few games of the
Notre Dame schedule Gipp donned a
uniform and helped carry the team
to victory in spite of a Berious at
tack of tonsilitis. When the season
was over he was taken to a hospital
but the exertion had apparently been
too- great. He slowly grew worse and.
several days ago, hope for his recov
ery was practically abandoned.
Gipp, had he lived, would have bad
Gipp will undoubtedly go down in the satisfaction of knowing that he
the history of Notre Dame iis the had been picked by Walter ('amp, not
greatest full-back that ever carried the ed football authority.i as full-back on
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