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SWANSEA II. V. CARDIFF II.

I "A CLEAN SHEET."

-.I "KILLED AT SEN-GHENYDD."

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BURNT TO CINDER.I

i ! "PREVENTION AND GUIDANCE.…

GILBERTSON'S MEN. I ----

TO TRY AND SETTLE.I

THE BANTAM TITLE.

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THE BANTAM TITLE. STANLEY AND LEDOUX MAY MEET. M. Descamps, the enterprising manager of Georges Caipentier and C; arles Lpdoux, respectively heavy-weight and bantam- weight champions of Europe, has had a busy time in London after arriving from Cardiff, where Ledoux successfully defended his title against Bill Beynon on Siturd^v night. One of the causes of D°scamps'» hasty visit was his promise that Ledoux would meet Digger Stanley a' the N.S C. some time in April for th" third time. It is presumed that this match will depend upon Stanley's success against Curley Walker for the English championship, which is expected to take place next month. Should Rtanby beet Walker, &s his mip-, porters confidently anticipate, a return match between rumself and Ledoux will be quickly arranged, fcr all parties concerned are in agreement as to the details, Stanley has practicallv recovered -from the injury tc his ankle, sustained in his exhibition with G. R. Baker, the amateur champion, on the night of Mr. Bettinson's benefit, and will go into training for his meeting with Walker wit-Inn a few days. The English chamion, it will be recalled, defeated the Ii'tIe Frenchman on points at the N.S.C. during the season of 1911 12, but in the following June, at Dieppe, Ledoux knocked Stanley out in the seventh round.. gaining by that victory the championship, which he has thus far successfully defended. A third meeting between them is certain to arouse the greatest interest..

MASHING THE KAISER'S DAUGHTER.

SEVEN CHILDREN FATHER. LESS.

ALL WHITES LOSE.

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! NORTHERN UNION . ! INTERNATIONAL,

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ENGLAND V. IRELAND. 060

ANDERSON S SUCCESS I ...

I SWANSEA TOWN RESERVES v.…

LLANELLY AT BRENT-II IFORD.

I I THE WEATHER DEFIED.

THE MUMBLES " BURN-OUT."

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i SWANSEA'S " STACK - FAWR."