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BOXING AT FREMANTLE
Graham Beats M'Ineroey
The return match between the mid- dleweights Frank Graham and Ned M'Inerney came oft at the King's Theatre, Fremantle, last night, in the presence of an excellent "house." Joe Strong refereed and the contest was promoted by Billy Smith.
It was a willing go from the first sound of the gong to the end of the sixth round, when MTnerney threw in the towel. 'Frequently the lads stood toe to toe and slogged, and to the surprise of many Graham held bis own in this style of milling. Frank had the better of the first,
third, fifth and sixth. M'Inerney was. a bit ahead on points In the second, and the fourth was even. Mac. made a. good effort to stem the tide in the sixth and last round, but when corners came. ' the M'Inerney party skied - the towel and Frank Graham had -won another fight.
Graham has a good left and ls an improving lad. He fought much bet- ter on this .occasion than he did in the first contest. ' M'Inerney is solid,
At the Stadium to-night Mick Green, Sst. 3|lb, knocked out Bill Tingle. Sst. 31b, in the 18th round. .