ing as a living wage."
London, October 7th, 1924.--Mr. C. B. COCHRAN, in an interview granted to our reporter yesterday, says that he has done with fight-promoting for ever and will in future concentrate on performing seals.
London, October 10th, 1924.--A sensation was caused at the Circle last night when an old man jumped unannounced into the ring and offered to fight anyone living to a finish for five pounds and a pint of beer for the sheer fun of the thing. The disturber, who was obviously out of his senses, was quickly removed. His identity has not so far been established, but he is thought to be a fighter of the old school escaped from confinement.
No authoritative announcement has been made as to who will assume Mr. COCHRAN'S extensive boxing engagements, but rumour is busy with the name of Mr. MALLABY-DEELEY.
New York, January 31st, 1925.--Mr. W. BRADY, the veteran fight-promoter, has signed up J. DEMPSEY and GEORGES CARPENTIER to meet at Havana, C