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  2. OLYMPIA ATHLETIC CLUB.

    There was a fair crowd at the splendid Olympia Club House, Newtown, on Monday night, to see Tom Townsend and Battling Jack Taylor meet in gloved ...

    Article : 980 words
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    Advertising : 222 words
  4. AT THE STADIUM.

    There was a roar of cheering, a hearty welcome, meant to reassure champion Dave Smith of his townamen's continued regard in spite of untoward happening ...

    Article : 2,298 words
  5. STADIUM MATINEE.

    Special interest is promised at Baker's Stadium matinee to-morrow afternoon, in the appearance of Jack Dougherty with the gloves on. We know Jack ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 390 words
  6. THE PRELIMINARY.

    Tom Lewis, hardened by fierce fighting with Johnny Summers and Dave Smith, in training work, proved iron-tough in a desperate battle of welters, against the ...

    Article : 220 words
  7. FIXTURES.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 54 words
  8. THE PRELIMINARY

    Jim Armstrong, once a worthy candidate for the Victorian lightweight championship, had the temerity to face Fred Kay, The left-handed winner of the ...

    Article : 91 words
  9. OLYMPIA A.C.

    Monday. March 2—Frank Picato v. Billy McNabb, welterweights. Friday. March 6—Charlie Horn (U.S.A.) v. Gordon Coghill, heavyweights. ...

    Article : 3,210 words
  10. THURSDAY'S MATINEE.

    J. Trace, a strapping 6-footer, and Snowy Smiles opened proceedings, at the matinee taut Thursday, before a big house, which included several hundred ladies. At ...

    Article : 596 words
  11. SOUTH SYDNEY A.A.C. TOURNAMENT.

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    Detailed lists, results, guides : 991 words
  12. SATURDAY NIGHT.

    A contest between the American welter. Ray Bronson, claimant of the championship of the world, and the newly-developed welter Matt Wells formerly ...

    Article : 450 words
  13. PICATO V. McNABB.

    Billy McNabb, a nephew of the onetime famous "Jaw-breaker." Jim Fogarty, a Hunter River lad who has been doing remarkably well in the North and who ...

    Article : 163 words
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