Nov 08, 1907 Waukegan Bulldog Almost Chews Off Chicago Boxer's Ear

Waukegan - Packey McFarland, the Chicago fighter, who is to meet Kid Herman at Davenport on Nov.21, had his ear almost chewed off yesterday afternoon at the farm of William Gee, near Waukegan.
Gee's prize bulldog cornered Packey under a house where Packey had gone to capture a fancy pig.

As a result of the accident, Harry Gilmore, Packey's manager, says the boxer will have to cease boxing in his training for about a week to allow the wound to heal.  He says it will positively not interfere with the Herman fight, although he fears the accident may prove a serious handicap.

Denver Post, Denver, CO, November 8, 1907, p. 12
Rockford Republic, Rockford, IL, November 8, 1907, p. 5