SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1937. Volume 8. Number 5.
N. Blake (9.3), C.U.C., beat S. P. Walsh (9.3), V.U.C., on a technical knock-out.
Blake, though inferior in boxing ability to Walsh, made most of the fighting and with stinging lefts had Walsh down for eight early. He repeated this performance in the later rounds, the referee stopping the fight in the third.
The defeat of Walsh, a boxer of undobuted ability, and the holder of many trophies for scientific boxing, was a great disappointment to V.U.C. supporters and here inferior fitness was a deciding factor.
Blake, C.U.C., beat Tuckey, O.U.