St. Paul Well Represented
The City of St. Paul, birthplace of the celebrated Mike Gibbons, is going to be strongly represented on Thursday night’s card, as three boys from that town will appear in the preliminaries. Ertle is one of the trio and the others are Johnny Salvatore, who meets Eddie Moha of this city, and Billy Miske, a middleweight, who engages Mike Hirseh of Chicago, in the second bout on the bill. Salvatore is the welterweight champion of the northwesr, while Moha is acknowledged as the 142 pound title holder in Wisconsin. The fight between Salvatore and Moha, therefore, will settle a territorial championship.Billy Miske well be a newcomer to Milwaukee and Chicago fans, but he is a seasoned performer and will give a good account of himself. The majority of his batrtles have been fought in the east and among his well knownmiddleweights he has fought are Jack McGarron, Philadelphia’s $50,000 beauty,Tommy Gibbons, Al McCoy and George Ash.Hirsch will be recalled by local fans as the man who gave Eddie Mohn a hard argument in one ot the former shows at the Auditorium.
Matchmaker Andrews has arranged a card of four bouts, in addition to the windup. The opening number will bring together Young Scotty and Harry Lewis, both of this city.
Milwaukee Free Press; Feb. 12, 1915