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|death date||1943-00-00 (58)|
|height||5′ 6″ / 168cm|
|residence||Spokane, Washington, USA|
|birth place||Worcester, Massachusetts, USA|
|birth name||Louis Scaler|
rounds boxed 389
rounds boxed 41
Total Bouts 38 KO% 15.79
|1916-09-25||Freddie Welsh||67-3-6||Victoria Pavilion, Calgary, Alberta, Canada||D||NWS||6||6|
| referee: Ed Carsey |
Officially No Decision, but local papers called it a draw.
|1916-01-01||Johnny O'Leary||26-7-18||Horse Show Pavilion, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||L||RTD||8||10|
| referee: J.H. McKinery |
Canada lightweight titleScaler retired after round eight complaining of intense pain in his right hip. Referee was Lieut.Col.J.H. McKinery of the 55th Batt. This was a No Decision bout. Attendance: 1,500. There were two prelims featuring local soldiers. This is first pro card in Alberta since the death of Luther McCarty in 1913.
|1915-11-25||Tommy McKevitt||0-0-1||Hillyard, Washington, USA||W||PTS||4||4|
|1913-05-24||Freddie Welsh||46-3-6||Thistle Rink, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||L||NWS||15||15|
| referee: John B. Robinson |
Referee Robinson, a late sub for Eddie Smith who had officiated the tragic McCarty-Pelkey bout that morning, stated no decision would be given in light of Luther McCarty's death; Welsh outweighed Scaler by ten pounds and was clearly better. The Edmonton Daily Bulletin reported that Robinson was inexperienced as to local "clean-break" rules, placing Scaler at a disadvantage.
|1913-01-23||Dick Hyland||18-13-5||Empire Theatre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||W||PTS||15||15|
| referee: Clayton Adams |
Hyland was a late sub for Champion Joe Bayley who had broken his hand in a bout with Tom Moore. Scored by 4 ringside judges and the referee: 3 for Scaler and two a draw. Both came in over the expected limit of 133. "...the slowest, most uninteresting bout seen in Edmonton in years..."Edmonton Daily Bulletin. Lots of clinching and foul work, Hyland was constantly hitting on the breaks.
|1912-12-14||Pal Brown||26-1-5||Empire Theatre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||D||PTS||15||15|
| referee: Clayton Adams |
Source: Dec. 19 Tacoma Daily News & 1915 T. S. Andrews. New Source. Edmonton Daily Bulletin.
|1912-11-09||Ernie Barrieau||0-0-1||Thistle Rink, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||W||TKO||6||15|
| referee: Clayton Adams |
Barrieau's Manager Chet McIntyre threw in the towel.
|1912-10-12||Ernie Barrieau||Thistle Rink, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||D||PTS||15||15|
| referee: Oren Woody |
Both men contracted to weigh 133 the day of the fight.Described as the pro debut of Ernie Barrieau former amateur champion of Vancouver.Edmonton Daily Bulletin After ten rounds, Barrieau had a good lead. "...In the eleventh round (Scaler) took a perceptible brace and went after Barrieau with the evident intention of securing a knockout..." Too little too late.
|1912-08-05||Johnny Hayes||3-2-0||Diamond Park, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||W||TKO||4||10|
| referee: Jack Ehrling |
Referee Ehrling (also spelt Ehrlyn) stopped the fight at the request of Acting Chief of Police Wright as Hayes was badly outclassed and taking a terrific beating.
|1912-07-09||Jimmy Potts||31-5-22||Diamond Park, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada||W||PTS||15||15|
| referee: Tommy Burns |
Edmonton Daily BulletinThe winner to meet Joe Bayley the Canadian Lightweight Champ.
|1912-01-25||Terry Brooks||4-0-2||Lake Shore AC, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA||D||PTS||10||10|
|1912-01-16||Bay Wood||5-4-5||Fall River, Massachusetts, USA||D||PTS||12||12|
|1912-01-03||Young McDonough||9-2-3||Mechanics Hall, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA||D||PTS||15||15|
| referee: Jimmy Gardner |
|1912-01-01||Gilbert Gallant||1-1-2||Pastime A.C., Pittsfield, Massachusetts, USA||W||NWS||10||10|
|Newspaper decision from the Boston Globe. Scaler won decisively.|
|1911-12-21||Terry Brooks||4-0-1||Unity Cycle Club, Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA||D||PTS||10||10|
| referee: Jim Burke |
|1911-12-01||Young McDonough||9-2-2||Higgins Hall, Lowell, Massachusetts, USA||D||PTS||12||12|
|1911-05-04||Paddy Callahan||21-3-0||Unity Cycle Club, Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA||W||DQ||2||12|
|1911-03-16||Howard Smith||0-1-0||Unity Cycle Club, Lawrence, Massachusetts, USA||W||PTS||12||12|
|1911-02-07||George Alger||22-7-11||Armory, Boston, Massachusetts, USA||L||PTS||12||12|
|Scaler subbed for Pal Moore. Tacoma Daily News|
|1911-01-17||Jimmy Foley||4-3-4||Taft, California, USA||W||DQ||6|
|1910-10-01||Jimmy Foley||4-3-3||Maricopa, California, USA||D||PTS||20||20|
|The issues of the last six months of the 1910 Midway Driller are missing. According to a 1911 issue of the Midway Driller, this bout took place in October or November 1910.|
|1910-01-21||Danny Goodman||11-5-10||Old Pavilion, Sacramento, California, USA||D||PTS||20||20|
| referee: Alexander Greggains |
|1910-01-01||Joe Reilly||13-10-4||Old Pavilion, Sacramento, California, USA||L||PTS||20||20|
| referee: Frank Crowley |
LA Herald reported a draw; Sacramento Star that Reilly won.
|1909-12-17||Tommy Gary||0-1-1||Dreamland Rink, San Francisco, California, USA||D||PTS||15||15|
|Gary broke a hand. This was a benefit for Johnny Murphy of Honolulu, who was ill. Tacoma Daily News|
|1909-10-28||Kid Harrison||2-4-0||Portland, Oregon, USA||D||NWS||10||10|
|(Waterloo Evening Courier)|
|1909-09-01||Jimmy Potts||25-4-16||Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada||D||PTS||10||10|
|Exact date uncertain. Source: Minneapolis Journal|
|1908-06-26||Gene Sullivan||0-1-0||Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, USA||D||PTS||6||6|
|1908-06-06||Dick Cullen||22-12-5||Steamer Yosemite, Sound Beach, Washington, USA||D||PTS||20||20|
|This bout reportedly took place somewhere on the waters of Puget Sound. Tacoma Daily News. It was aboard the steamer Yosemite, per the Everett Morning Tribune.|
|1908-02-21||Joe Carroll||4-0-0||Bakersfield, California, USA||D||PTS||20||20|
|1908-01-31||Harlem Tommy Murphy||19-3-2||Dreamland Rink, San Francisco, California, USA||L||PTS||10||10|
| referee: Eddie Hanlon |
For Lightweight Championship of the Pacific Coast, but Murphy overweight.
|1907-12-19||Billy Snailham||25-3-7||Sacramento, California, USA||W||KO||9||20|
|1906-09-27||Phil Knight||Tivoli Opera House, Lewistown, Montana, USA||D||PTS||20||20|
| referee: Dick Jones |
With Knight hunched over and shielding his face most of the time, Scaler piled up points by slamming his foe with kidney punches.--(Fergus County Argus), 9/28/1906
|1906-08-09||Jack Durane||8-5-2||Long Acre A.C., New York, New York, USA||W||TKO||3||3|
|1906-05-05||Maurice Thompson||16-3-10||Spokane, Washington, USA||D||PTS||20||20|
|1906-04-06||Solly Stroup||18-6-8||Spokane Amateur A.C., Spokane, Washington, USA||W||KO||2||10|
|Results from the Pullman Herald (Washington)|
|1905-09-29||Martin Denny||15-7-6||Armory Hall, Walla Walla, Washington, USA||W||TKO||2||20|
|Denny's seconds threw up the sponge. "The crowd considered the fight a fake, although it was plain from the start that Scaler was the better man. Denny was knocked down three times and took the count. Until nearly midnight it looked as if the fight would be called off, as box receipts were only $268, while a purse of $500 had been guaranteed. Scaler refused to fight for less than $500. At last, after collecting $27, they were persuaded to enter the ring with the result above stated." Spokane Spokesman-Review|
|1905-02-17||Kid Fredericks||29-4-11||Fort Assiniboine, Alberta, Canada||L||TKO||15||20|
|1904-05-11||Ike Davis||Broadway Theater, Butte, Montana, USA||L||KO||4||6|