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CCopy of Teleeam handed in ,at Cardiff, Oct. 27th.] Your fighting gloves are the best made and neatest finished I

CCopy of Teleeam handed in ,at Cardiff, Oct. 27th.] Your fighting gloves are the best made and neatest finished I

have ever used. Rush two similar sets to me for use in training for Championship. - Publish or use this endorsement as you wish. FRED WELSH.
November 23, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
LOOK HERE! Boxiag Gloves, kr Puck Bags, YOUTHS' - - "" a ) DOUBLE 31-set. 4 V - 7/6 each.

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MB " 3/4 set.t SINGLE END. Its, 6.6 each. • 11.44 3/41 Pair. Pasch 1/.3 each. I:- pair. POST Fit!. Get My Free fir P rices A. J. ROBERTSON, Ix-CROSI COUNTRY lewd kap St., PETERBOROUGH.
November 23, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
ARROW'S GRIP DUMII-BaLLS FREZ.-BY-POST COUPON Oen SIB, Sweden dad, Bury St., Leedom, W.C. Date 1911 Gentlemen,—Please send me by return

ARROW'S GRIP DUMII-BaLLS FREZ.-BY-POST COUPON Oen SIB, Sweden dad, Bury St., Leedom, W.C. Date 1911 Gentlemen,—Please send me by return

one pair of your Spring Grip Dumb-Bell& academes's 12/8 Suitable for age 18 and upwards. Veatke 10/8 Suitable age 14 to 18. Ladles' 10/8 Suitable for age 14 and upwards. Mate crow out wit requefrol This order is given on conditions thst after seven days' free trial. should I dec
November 23, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
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November 9, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
MIN'S

MIN'S

Ist Sorkin. Smn. Walsh ("Victory ") bt Drmr. Murray (zit L.N. Lanes). Murray threatened often with a wicked looking right, but it didn't stop the other fellow, who dropped him for a long count. Rising again, Murray received some more nasty digs, went down, and stopped down. Pte.
November 9, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
MIN% I.IOIIT-MIIII4TIL _ Ist &Wits. _ _

MIN% I.IOIIT-MIIII4TIL _ Ist &Wits. _ _

MIN% _ Ist &Wits. _ _ --- Pte. Bell (nth Hussars) bt Pte. Leighton filth Hussars). A merry sst rd., la whici a huge number of blows were expended amid the surroundings. In the next session, however, Leighton unfortunately stepped directly in the path of a powerful right swing, wh
November 9, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
IlikthyltfA_LS.

IlikthyltfA_LS.

Cpl. Rice was too clever for Sam. Pemberton. The seaman's bead decorations of sticking plaster yielded ample evidence of earlier sufferings, but he still chewed gum. His weird poses had little effect upon the soldier, who in nonchalant style took no stock either of chewing gum o
November 9, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

that he could 'get any white woman in Chicago." "I have been quoted falsely," he said. The newspapers and the public have taken advantage of me because of my colour. If I were a white man not a line of this would have reached the newspapers. "I assert that I have as much right a
November 9, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
RINGCRAFT.

RINGCRAFT.

JIM DRISCOLL (Feather.weight Champion of the World). WITH TWENTY-POUR PHOTOGRAPHIC POSES, is. A most instructive and interesting text-book on the most Important item of a Boxer's make-up. It is written in a thoroughly breezy fashion and cannot fail to prove of the greatest inter
November 9, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
Minor It•mi.

Minor It•mi.

. ..... A 4rd. bout between Pte. Dnguid (RI. Scots) and Pte. Heifer-man (Northampton Regt.) was not nearly so exciting. Hefferman was a most difficult man to get at, although he was not an aggressive boxer. Duguid, a sturdy little Scot, had a pretty style, but was a bit short in
November 9, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England