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NA The following are the results of the comps. held on board H.M.S. 'Hercules" on Fn. and Jan. s 6 and ay, the candidates being 'from the Divishin and the Atlantic Fleet. boxing, on the whole, was clean, fast and clever, one of the chief features being the speed of the winner of
10 February 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
Our Letter Box.

Our Letter Box.

To the Editor of 'Boman." Sir,—l an quite prepared to back Jim johason against Alf LangfuM for any part of Ltooor for parse, winner take all. The oiler applies to any man ia Great Britain, particularly to the winner of the Storheek-Moran contest, or Smith. Aa early telly through
10 February 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
WIT IST TRY A PAIR YOURSELF?

WIT IST TRY A PAIR YOURSELF?

Ahmed Published be the ATNIALTIC PUBLICATIOVR. LTD., Ikrowd. Arms for Australia and New Zealand, Gewkeel Gat& ; laths, A. H. Wheeler & Co. Akio% Crewel ; by e News , ; and U.S.A., The International News Co., New York and es. . ; '
10 February 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
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23 March 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
BOXING.

BOXING.

The llama sod the Ambitious Youth—Mr. I. H. Thwalies (dam% &wird "al the NALCM. with his sew mane. Harry Harris. at Pretoria. South Africa, who is emus matters with any yet is lad la the bessisess. and m - ost exciting bouts seen at head- a close (the final scene will, we hope,
23 March 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
superintendent warned the other divisions, he and his men were in a position to obtain- plenty of practice, and had

superintendent warned the other divisions, he and his men were in a position to obtain- plenty of practice, and had

fully made up their minds that if they should be forced to relinquish their hold on the cup next year it *ould . only be after the very stiffest of struggles. For every man in H Division bad - been able to recognise the value of a knowledge of the art of self-defence. They had a
24 February 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
Our French Rivals.

Our French Rivals.

We undoubtedly want men like Ellisp: many as we can get. For this French challenge is beginning really to assume most serious proportions. Almost every day we hear of some fresh recruit to the ranks of French boxers, and the newcomers mostly look like proving even better than th
24 February 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
t)22 -(Contintia In boxing, as it is hoped that all boxing tarried out in the Navy and Army will be

t)22 -(Contintia In boxing, as it is hoped that all boxing tarried out in the Navy and Army will be

organised under these rules. A book of the complete "Rules and Guide to Refereeing" can be obtained from Messrs. F.wart, Seymour and Co., a:, Burleigh St., Strand, W.C., price 6d., post free 7d.
23 March 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
Frank Moran Madly 'oaten by Al Kubiak.

Frank Moran Madly 'oaten by Al Kubiak.

Frank Moran, the Pittsburg heavy-wt., engaged in his first fight since hii return from abroad at the Knickerbocker A.C., Albany, on March ti, in a lord, bout with Al Kubiak, the Michigan giant, who had all the better of the encounter. Moran made a poor showing, and besides takin
30 March 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England
 
MANHOOD!

MANHOOD!

ROW LOST I HOW REGAIRED lassalualft iteusobs NM Midas nod me: A CLOTH SOUND TREATISE ON WEANNSIND IN MEN ITS CAUSE AND CURE. $ stag ps. • LABORATORY, Bradford. Cleggrfelel.l Mar Ms pew. I
23 March 1912 - Boxing - London, London, England