Country High Schools' Week.
The annual sports week of the Country High Schools began yesterday, the com peting schools being Northam, Albany, Bunbury, and Eastern Goldfields. Foot
ball, hockey, and athletics are the sports to be contested and the school obtaining the best aggregate will hold for the year a cup which-has been presented for com petition. The first round of the football matches was played at Perth Oval, Bunbury beat- ing Northam, 15.10 to 2.4, and Eastern Goldfields defeating Albany by 16.11 to 4.4. At the Teachers' Training College Al bany beat Eastern Goldfields, 10 goals to nil at hockey, Peggy Hillman hitting eight goals. The programme for the week is:— To-day. — Football: 10.15 a-m., Albany v. Bunbury at Leederville Oval; 2.30. p.m., Nor tham v. Goldfields, at Leederville Oval. Hockey: 10.15 a.m., Goldfields v. Northam; 3 p.m., Bun bury v. Albany, at the Esplanade. Wednesday. — Football: 10.15 a.m., Goldfields v. Bunbury;. 2.30 p.m., Northam v. Albany, at Leederville Oval Hockey: 10.15, Northam v. Al bany; 3 p.m., Goldfields v. Bunbury, at the Es planade. Thursday. — Sports meeting at Modern School Oval. .