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SPORTING

FIRST FAVORITES SCOOP THE POOL. Punters had a great day at Greymouth yesterday. The card contained eight events, and the first favorite scored with »:r.failing regularity, including one dead heat. BOXING. The Poverty Bay Boxing Association's special tournament was hold last night, with, thh following result; Bantam. —Crosakery heat Simpkins on points. Light-weight.—Benson heat F. Heeney on pcccts. Welter-weight (six rounds). —J. Heeney heat Stavill (Palmerston North) on points. In a professional contest, nominally for IS rounds, Pooley defeated Lowe in rounds. Lowe went down early in the first round, and spent the greater part of the rest of the round on the mat. In the lecond round Lowe went down, but got up again, and Pooley then knocked him out.

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SPORTING, Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15636, 29 October 1914

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