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2 Coburg Men
The Coburg: committee last night
granted clearances to E Hill to Collingwood and H. Garrick to Carlton. Hill came to Coburg from Collingwood about three j cars ago. Garrick, who has not played recently, came origin- ally from Carlton. Little and Munday are making good re- coveries from injuries.
The committee last night expressed re- gret at the deaths of Mr E Bush a brother of the president (Mr A Bush)
and Mrs Roberts an ardent supporter of the seconds which presented her with a gold life medallion a few years ago I
PRAHRAN IN THE WET
Throw pass practice with a wet ball was a feature of the training at Prahran yes terdaj White and Wiltshire (lnjuied on Saturday) trained well Collings also was fit and trained well Every player will be available for Saturday R Taylor who has been on the list for se\eral sea- sons will apply to-morrow night for a clearance to Oakleigh
After training to-morrow the players will be entertained at dinner in the pavilion
Mcintosh a rover from Reset voir trained imprcsshelj at Brighton last night.
Godfrej .(.injured wrist) attended for treatment but did not train Hindson (slight concussion) did not train but at- tended the ground for a rub Tanner is fit again after his leg injury and trained well Sel Baker the professional runner who played on the wing last jeal, may begin to-morrow
SEARCH FOR FORWARD
The recruiting committee at Brunswick is negotiating foi the sen lees of a prom- ising forwaid from a League Seconds team
The coach (Roy McKay) gave the players work to smarten up their wet-weather play, which has not been so effective this sea- son Cooper and ( Ryan could not '.> ti am, but hope to J have a run to-
morrow. Ted Fav, who was out of the last match through injury, tiained well
Quinn has also re- covered The sciec tois hope to have
j all players available for selection to-mor-
row evening. Harold Jones, returned from Collingwood, Is training in the morn- ings owing to shift work. The club is holding a picture night in the Western Theatre on Monday night to assist one of its players, who was Injured and lost time at work early in the season.
Four new men, including Anderson, the Prahran forward, trained at Sandring- ham. The names of the- other recruits, tall and sturdy, were not disclosed. An- derson, an excellent left-foot kick, played with Sandringham about three years ago before transferring to Prahran. He was j cleared by Prahran last week.
V. Smith has recovered from a shoulder injury and trained vigorously. He will be rested for another week. Officials stated that the team's showing against Oakleigh was not its best form, but was
[ due partly to reaction from the hard game against Camberwell the previous week.
Yarraville hopes to obtain Alsop (Mel- bourne), H. Anderson (Carlton), and C. Luke (Footscray) this week. Anderson will be cleared by Carlton to-night. Luke was to have lodged an application last night with Footscray, but the application has been delayed pending internal ad- justments at Footscray.
Last night Yarraville cleared Heffer- nan, its brilliant full back, and Schutt to Traralgon, where they have obtained employment. The clearance is condi- tional that Traralgon will retransfer the
players to Yarraville should they return j
to Melbourne. |