VIC CALTAUX'S PLANS
OPPONENTS IN SYDNEY LES SLOAN AND TOMMY BURNS liec. 10.30 a.m. SYDNEY, this day. The New Zealander Vic Caltaux has been matched with Les Sloan, challenger for the Australian welter-weight and middle-weight boxing titles. The pair will meet in the Sydney Stadium on September 1: Caltaux's Australian manager, Mr. F. Atkins, expects Caltaux to arrive in Sydney on August 10. Caltaux will meet Tommy Burns, the Queensland champion, late in September, and the match against Sloan should be a good warm-up for him. The Australian welter-weight boxer Dal Conway has received an ofl'er of £700, with an option of 30 per cent of the "gates" for three fights in New Zealand, says the Daily Telegraph's boxing writer. The offer was made by Mr. Pat Gleeson on behalf of the New Zealand promoters. Mr. Gleeson has been appointed the representative in Australia of the Wellington Boxing Association. He was one of Australia's leading boxers 25 years ago. One of his jobs is to recommend suitable boxers to New Zealand promoters and to arrange their contracts. New Zealand is particularly interested in Australian middle-weights and welter-weights. The offer to Conway is being seriously considered by his manager, Mr. J. Minahan. BOXING TO-NIG.HT The prices for admission to the professional boxing in the Town Hall tonight were incorrectly advertised in Saturday night's Sports Edition. The correct charges are as advertised in to-day's issue. MOTOR CYCLE TRIAL Thirty-six members of the Auckland MotorCycle Club competed yesterday for the Crawford Cup and the Christiansen flrst-year rider trophy in the New Lynn district. Rain again made the conducting of this trial unpleasant and the ten sections covered caused many lo6t points to most riders Results were as follows:—Crawford Cup: J. Hunt, Ariel, losing J8 points, 1; G. Mudgeway, Rudge, losing 31 points, 2; J. Porter, Velocette, losing 40 points, 3: I. Fullerton, Ariel, losing 43 points, 4. Christiansen flrst-year rider's trophy: T. Sutherland, losing 48 points, 1. MAORI BOY'S DEATH P.A. PALMERSTON N-, Sunday. A Maori child, Murray Richardson, aged six, son of Mr. Q. P. Richardson, farmer, at Ohakea, was killed on Friday afternoon when he fell off a motor lorry near his home and was run over. NEGLECTED COLDS DANGEROUS To let a cold run its course without taking precautions may leave the system open to more serious complaints. Keep warm, keep the feet dry. ajid take Baxters Lung Preserver as prescribed until the cold has gone. Rely "on "Baxters," the proved popular remedy. Baxters, Ltd.. 002, Colombo Street, Ctyristchurch.— Advt,
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VIC CALTAUX'S PLANS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945
VIC CALTAUX'S PLANS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 172, 23 July 1945
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