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TI. rimless et a weld-be Ciamspies. AN There is only one - hope for us, and, strange to say, it lies with a hitherto somewhat despised division of the boxing brigade. We refer to our Service boxers. The Royal N. and A.B.A. always insist on the 3min. rds. in their championships a
October 19, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
October 19, 1912. Harry Reeves. Plaistow, willing to meet soy Second-clam Welter In the Country. MALSBAND'S TASK. Fred Halsband, the

October 19, 1912. Harry Reeves. Plaistow, willing to meet soy Second-clam Welter In the Country. MALSBAND'S TASK. Fred Halsband, the

St. George's boxer, is opposing hot stuff on Sat, night next. Young Cohen is the boxer selected to try his metal over the ,rd. route, and everything points to an interesting encounter. Both boxers are capable exponents of the straight left, are clever with head and feet, and ran
October 19, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
Stars Don't Twinkle at the N.S.C. WARMER OUT-POINTS DONNELLY.

Stars Don't Twinkle at the N.S.C. WARMER OUT-POINTS DONNELLY.

The Starmer-Donnelly bout at headquarters was not a very exciting affair. Both men seemed to forget that the right hand should be used as a weapon of offence and well as defence. Donnelly's serdict on himself after the show was that he had never fought so badly in all his life—a
October 19, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
OiN•lN's Splesidld rimtwerk.

OiN•lN's Splesidld rimtwerk.

At the sound of the bell for the 4th O'Neill went straigin at his man, jabbed with left, and then began to pump rights into his man's midsection at a furious rate. Jones for the life of him could do little or nothing in return. He was being out-fought, out-boxed, and terribly pu
October 19, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
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October 19, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
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fi , it, 6 /I ! *821!2-1- 1,///// i llili i irll : - . 14 Ow*, Mersa v. Johnny/ Gooden. The matching of these boxers for 'a /ord. con. test at the Stadium. Sparkbrook, on Nov. seth next, must be looked upon as the up to now master stroke of Mr. Dick Swan. Jim Martin (Wham) and Ge
October 19, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
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October 19, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
Read what Luis Haidt, who has made- the money, says.

Read what Luis Haidt, who has made- the money, says.

Read what Luis Haidt, who has made - the money, • Do you want to have the power to earn a huge salary? DO you want to become One Of the healthfut, forestal, attractive, dominating iron. whose health and strength enable them to make a of the business Of life' If so; read what the
October 19, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
IMPORTANT NOTICE. Make sure of your copy of " BOXING " for Next Week.

IMPORTANT NOTICE. Make sure of your copy of " BOXING " for Next Week.

This will contain a full detailed descriptive report of the veat contest for the World's Lightweight Championship between Fred Welsh and Hughie Mehegan. As this will probably prove to be one of the most sensational in the history of the Ring, and as the interest it will arouse w
December 14, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
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December 14, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England