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Pte. Robinson bt Pti. -- ClOhesry. Robinson ap a vary light heavy -wt. opposed to the Clebmiy, but, nothing dismayed, carried the light to his opponent in a determined man. per. The burly one evidently didn't appreciate his attention, as he frequently cuddled and clinched to avoi
June 29, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
St JULIEN COOL and FRAGRANT

St JULIEN COOL and FRAGRANT

Of all DEALERS sad TOBACCONISTS In Al D. p er Packets and Tins m il l 2 Os. .1 124
June 29, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
'BOX! NG. Coodisiged from page ea".

'BOX! NG. Coodisiged from page ea".

'BOX! NG. Coodisiged from . - 4th sleeting went well in Bruin's favour and be now forced the exchanges. Liabert hong rushed to the ropes repeatedly. ln-fighting was the feature of the 6th, 7th, and Sth rds. Bruni , who was the speedier, scoring well with lefts to jaw and body. Th
June 29, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
II Round Clestest.

II Round Clestest.

------- Alf. Hall v. Pte. Bennett. This was a sparkling set-to. Bennett was very quick on his feet, and scored well with -a left swing; but Hall's blows were much heavier, and in the and rd. he caught the soldier with a heavy right, and had him well going, but the bell intervene
June 29, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
'MODERN BOXING All Now to It" • SY BOMBARDIER WELLS, Champion of Great &Kale. In this book Bombardier Wells explains

'MODERN BOXING All Now to It" • SY BOMBARDIER WELLS, Champion of Great &Kale. In this book Bombardier Wells explains

the secrets of his 'access, deals fully with his methods of training, and tells how he acquired his wonderful quickness and skill. It contains: • 30 FULL-PAGE PHOTOGRAPHS Specially Posed for by the Author. never published before, clearly illustrating the Bombardier's methods of
June 29, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
II I F I y Army and Navy Competitions at the N.S.C. SOME . RUGGED BOXING AND MANY EXCELLENT BOUTS.

II I F I y Army and Navy Competitions at the N.S.C. SOME . RUGGED BOXING AND MANY EXCELLENT BOUTS.

In SOLDIERS AGAIN SUPERIOR. I GI
June 29, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
, • . . . Ek4)lX I .NU.

, • . . . Ek4)lX I .NU.

, • . . . I .NU. Featly_ "ado effort to box la Detscpff . ,* our present heavy-weight champion, Bombeediew:Wells. "The bigdier has a long way to travel yet before he Can catch up to his model, but the idea and the &Fe there for everyone to see. • The others, with a law exceptions
June 15, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
June 15, 1912,

June 15, 1912,

Is a baker by trade, boxer by profession, anil*Taglishman by choice, but all those qualities were not sufficient to carry him on to victory. Grassi appeared wound up for . the occasion, so Hopkins had to go through it. The flour-wielder put up a great stand for and actually more
June 15, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
1163

1163

1 1 63 Do Coming Events Cast Their Shadows Before?
June 15, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
THINK IT OVER

THINK IT OVER

You cannot hold your own in life's battle if Weak. W orn. " easily Jaded, you must Be A MAN, the book tells you how ; and is sent to any address in plaits. sealed cover paid for in PENNY no Anther charge, writevo-nsr, maybe— IT CONCERNS YOU if sot, return the book and I return y
June 15, 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England