• • _ - • Ifaich 16, 1912. Wicks in th't .misfortunes which have befallen that boxer and his family. , It was only by the merest accident that we got to hear that llowker has become practically solely responsible for the support of poor Wicks and his children, and that but for hi
P\l. INI TERRITORIAL CHAMPIONSHIPS. The second annual assault-at-arms took place on Mon. and Tues., March and s, at the Royal Garrison Field Artillery Hall, Nardi Silver Street. and Socond Intortainnsont. LIGHT-WTS. (open to Deli6t of Gordon Highlanders).—Walker be Ingram; Paters
Mr. E. Rhodes, the famous faitbailer, and captain of Brentford Foot-1,011 Club, says : "We have used Sandow's Health and Strength Cocoa at half-time and final of our last two matches, and found it sustaining and invigorating. We:intend to use it constantly in out future matches.
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,p.iput . , pinned op he could regain con. . . sOciflet*: We should say that every person present, other than the judges and the referee, had noticed what had happened, so that the surprise when Jones was announced as the winner was general, and, in spite of the strict disciplin
isms and. Delaney. The Nat Williams-Fred Delaney trouble would appear have Mit, as nothing has been heard of the controversy up here since the Bradford men issued a challenge in response to Williams' cartel. Delaney states his willingness to box the Liverpool fighter under any co