The Spike: or, Victoria University College Review October, 1920
McKegg (O.U.) v. McRae (V.U.C.)—McRae opened the fight with a left to McKegg's jaw, and for a time the fight promised to be fast and open. In the second round McRae was forced to the ropes, but recovered quickly. The third round was not an exhibition of first-class boxing, but nevertheless provided a great deal of amusement. Both men were evidently done up and slammed at each other alternately. McRae obtained the decision.
There was no fight in the Bantam Class, consequently the win was credited to the College.