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No. 2,590.

16 November 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
GLASGOW MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914.

GLASGOW MONDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1914.

16 November 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
OATMEAL STOUT. THE IDEAL DRINK.

OATMEAL STOUT. THE IDEAL DRINK.

PRICE ONE HALFPENNY.
16 November 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
` RATHER LATE."

` RATHER LATE."

RATHER LATE." Following on a speech made recently by Mr J. C. Clegg, chairman of the Football Association, Mr F. N. Charrington, the wellknown London East-End social worker, wrote as the "chief opponent of football during the war," asking him to fix an interview to talk over the
16 November 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 

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APPLEGAPbTH'S PARTY HOPEFUL

APPLEGAPbTH'S PARTY HOPEFUL

Everything is now in order for the grea; race for the title of 100 yards sprint champion of the word between Jack Donaldson, of Australia, the holder, aid W. It. Applegarth, of London, the ex-amateur British sprint and furlo,:g champion. The match, which is for £lOO aside and Ll
16 November 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
IN THE RING. LAFFERTY'S DEFEAT.

IN THE RING. LAFFERTY'S DEFEAT.

16 November 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
DID HE TAKE BERRY TOO LIGHTLY ?

DID HE TAKE BERRY TOO LIGHTLY ?

"The Airdrie lad never boxed with the life that he showed when meeting the French bantam, Dastillon, in the same ring," declares "Carinthian" of the "Sporting Chronicle" in commenting on the recent contest between Alec Lafierty an Berry at Liverpgel. test was interesting to watc
16 November 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
THE WONDERFUL WILDE.

THE WONDERFUL WILDE.

Writing of to-night's important bout at the National Sporting Club, an English critic says that much will be made of the fact that Wilde is giving away so mu.la weight, but it. will be well to remember that Symonds is giving away a great deo in reach. More than that, he is givin
16 November 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
 
"A DISGUSTING FARCE."

"A DISGUSTING FARCE."

"Boxing has become so theatricalised and commercialised that it's a disgusting farce half the time," writes an American authority. "Rather different from the old days, when the two principals carried a coil of rope and a bundle of stakes to set up in any old corner of the woodla
16 November 1914 - Scottish Referee - Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland