s, closed and threw Heenan.
Round 23.--Heenan came up quite groggy, and his heart seemed to be failing him, for when King once more planted a straight one on the mouth he appeared quite perplexed and helpless.
He tried to plant his left, but did not reach.
After some sharp in-fighting he was again flung heavily to mother earth, and when picked up was nearly senseless.
Round 24.--No sooner were they at the scratch than King again visited the mug, and knocked the "Boy" clear off his pins.
Round 25 and last — Sayers soused Heenan well with cold water, and got him once more to face King; but the latter again planted on the mouth and flung him almost senseless to the ground.
This was a settler, for when Heenan tried to leave his corner for another round he was as helpless as a child, and amid shouts of "Shame!
shame!" to allow him to come up again, Macdonald gave in for him. The "Boy" was seconded by Tom Sayers and Johnny Macdonald, and King by Jerry Noon and Bos Tyler.