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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - January 11, 1924, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Millers arms Nairne. Hotel Jas. P. Cent Ciciley proprietor. Walkerville ales. Hgt it. By is accommodation. Splendid dining Koyoji. Okla the Best of wines am sp1hits. Tic to Barker 63. H. W. Hunt Bunny late nest Englc hotel Kindley St Hairdresser & Tobac conist is now in Possession of Well appointed and up to Date Saloon situated in. James place just eff Rundle Street. Four chairs. No waiting. Guniy the Best to sorial artists engaged receiving depot for sport mews paper j and Jennings printing works. Selections May be left Here. Tiow i him i Mimi Nuhui Iii now under new management. Commercial hotel port Road Hindmarsh. F. W. Klatke late of Gawler arms Gawler. Has cow Possession of the above hotel i and is Replete for spoils men s requirements. Up to Date staff and Quick Seii Vics. R Fhone. Central 872. Cremone Unley. Hotel Jack Tidswell proprietor. J absolutely the Best hotel in the Unley District. Large bar room. Splendid in fact Best of liquors. Accommodation. Everything that sports require. Bedford Woods Ide hotel g. E. Burnett proprietor "jburn1e" Good accommodation. Good Abl. Noted for Best spirits and beak. Pike s Oak Bane ale on draught. King woodside17. Afternoon Tea. J supreme court hotel Gauger Street. A. S. Almond late of port Adelaide and semaphore excellent accommodation. First class dining room. Good liquors and Walkerville Ali s on draught. Phone Central 1826. Laubman and certified opticians 75 Roadie Street Adelaide. Test the sight by the latest modern methods. A oar leases Are ground by f modern machinery in our pm workshop. ? another foul win. There was a big crowd at the Unity stadium last monday night when Ted Mon son had another crack at Les Duffy Algy Daniels was billed As Duffy s opponent but the tasmanian cad better to Fry Over at Melbourne and consequently asked to be excused. Jack Hobby thereupon secured Ted Monson always a draw with Adelaide fight fans. Governor sir Tom Bridges and his private Secretary or. Leigh w Inzer were interested spectators of the scrap which lasted for ten rounds when t Ufay got in a Low one and or. Conan at once disqualified Hon and gave the fight to Monson when the pair met in the same stadium a few weeks ago the ending was exactly the same and almost in the same round too. And again Duffy seemed the most surprised Man in the stadium for he once again declared that foul blow was delivered and pointed out the fact that his opponent did not know anything about the alleged illegal a out til the referee crowned him. We Are not taking sides in the dispute. For it is hard to Tell what is a foul blow from the press Reserve. Or. Noonan was in the Best position to express an opinion and like everybody else we have the utmost Confidence in that gentleman s Good judgment. Up to the time of the referee s interference Monson had a Lead on Points though the queenslander was putting up a grand Light and might have made up leeway by the time twentieth round arrived. Lie had the sympathy of the audience at the untimely ending of what promised to be a great scrap. In the preliminary bouts for which or. C. Constantine was referee Young Leslie 7 St beat g. Day 7 St. 3 la in the second round the match Between Evan s St. 4 la and Baiey 8 St. 12 la was very willing in character and resulted in a win on Points for the or steamed. In contest of four two mini 3 rounds Pincher s St. 10 la won on Points i can men Tilini it. B. Of a poor display Sydney Boxer s Money withheld the most inglorious display Ever riven by the Sydney lightweight Harry Holmes in the course of is career was on saturday night last at the Brisbane stadium when he was opposed to the Queensland lightweight Champion Eddie Lynagh. Before the Start Holmes was an Odis on favorite but immediately after the commencement the betting veered to Oddson Lynagh. The contest had Only progressed ten seconds when Holmes after smothering up in his own Corner went Down for nine. On rising he adopted similar tactics. And immediately went Down again when his Towel was skied. An uproar followed and the stadium manager jumping into the ing announced that Holmes share of the Gate would be withheld. Of mendies beats Swift a close and Good contest. At the Melbourne stadium Cui saturday night last Tommy Swift lost to George mendies. It was a Good Goy but in the concluding stages mendies tried hard for a Knock out win. Butj5wift fought j Back and troubled the visitor wit body punches. Mendies face indicated that he did not relish the swings to the body. There were several exc iting rallies towards th-2 close and although mendies deserved to be crowned by the referee he had very Little to spare at the end. You had bad Luck in having your Eyebrow split in the first round said an admirer to Tom t is All in the game re Swift Phi 1 Iso Phi Eali y. I its hard does t he hard enough for to r answered of King defeats Gray fans receive a Surprise. Vic. King 8st. 7j la gained Surprise decision Over Bobby Gray 8st. 5 Jib at the Sydney stadium last saturday night. King was seemingly in a bad Way in the third round when his right i was practically closed but he kept plugging along. When the seventh round opened Gray appeared to be master of the situation King fought desperately and managed to land a right swing to tire jaw. Gray fell and rising groggy met several More punches and was knocked Down Agan whereupon the referee stopped the bout. Of nearly beat the. Las collector Luis Angel Firpo Argentine heavyweight almost got out of the United states without paying income tax on his share of the Purso Hung up for his meeting with the Champion. Of the world Jack , according to Captain a. W. Pearse. Commander of the Pacific line steamship Essequibo in which Firpo made the voyage from Havana to Callao. But Uncle Sam s collectors were right on1 the Job when Firpo sought to depart from key West Fla. For Havana in route to his Homeland and right hooked to fir pc a. Pocket Book. It was a 29,000-Dollar Wallop according to Captain Pearse that the wild Bull could not even begin to Block. He was forced to absorb the blow to his newly fsr Bank Roll before he could get aboard a Steamer for Cuba. And said the Essequibo s commander. He South american was so peeved by the tax assessment that he had not. Stopped complaining about it when he stepped Down the gangplank at Callag. Mount Gambier racing club. Autumn meeting. Wednesday March 5, 1s24. Weather permitting. �265 20/ stakes �265 totalisator Novice i be first horse 20 so vs., see Ond for 5 sons. Who t url-.,. to the time of Start inst Hare not on the Flat a prize or part to a prize. Of in value of or vow at and re i Vij . Hurdle race five i101-e 30 Livorse 7 . Rinn horse a out n Miles. Nomination 10acceptance 10. h1e horse .5.3 sc., second horse 1 Tom Iii or 3" Irois tvs. Ali ont two Miles ii l i Rio is. A joint Ion. Dec 50. Trial stakes first hoi e 20 of. Won liars " sons. Six fiirloiiir.-. W i of i a. In Nancy if. For win i up to Lime or have i Oivo i of i the rat a Ini?.-, or Jarr of a iirix."-. I i 111.- k mivs., of Over any be inti us i in. Flying Handicapfirt horse 30 sovs., second Hore b of. Six Furlo Iii. To Nii Avion 7fj, acceptance 1 f i /. " nominations close for All events on monday. February 1s, 1 at . Weights declared thursday Feli Llu any 21. 1024. At 4 . Acc i not scratched Friday february 29, 1924, at 4i y l-.m., will lie consider

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