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FOOTBALL TEAMS TO BEGIN PRACTICE
Arrangements For Visit Of East Perth Club
League football clubs will begin serious preparation for the 1936 Cen-<*> tenary football season this week. Port Adelaide had its first practice on
Thursday night. In accordance with his policy of keeping in close touch with the clubs, the League secretary (Mr. T. S. Hill), who attended the annual meetings of all the League clubs, will also be pre sent at as many of the opening prac tice nights as possible. Tonight he will watch Glenelg players at train ing and on Thursday he will be pre sent at the Showgrounds to see West Adelaide train. East Perth Visit Confirmation of the arrangements, previously announced, for the visit by the East Perth Club in July was re ceived yesterday. The East Perth Club, on a visit to the eastern States, will reach Adelaide on July 14, and on the following day will play a match against a combined South Australian second team (the first 18 being absent tn Perth). Port Plrie.—Preparations ere feeing made by the B grade football clubs for the opening of the season. The annual meeting of the Solo montown B grade club elected tbe following officers:—Patron, Mr. R. I>. Forgan; presi dent. Mr. J. R. Browne: chairman, Mr. M. J. Farrell; secretary. Mr. E. G. Seery: assistant secretary. Mr. C. Pryor; auditors. Messrs. B. Jeffrey and J. Brlttaln; head trainer, Mr. J. Stenson: general committee. Messrs. R. Sharp. M. Caddy. R. Jeffrey. J. Sharp, I*. Starke. W. B. Thompson, J. Kerin, S. Connor. S. FarrelL M. Stigwood. A. Slmmonds and K. Mummery: social committee, Messrs. M. Caddy, D. Mount, W. B. Thompson. L. Anderson, j. Anderson, D. Walker. O. Smith. S. Banner. R. Godfrey. J. Jon?. B. Sharp. J. Sharp and M. Crispin; delegates to association. Messrs. c. Pryor and R. Jeffrey; proxy delegates, Messrs. L. Btarte and C. Murray; goal umpire, Mr. J. Kerin; timekeeper. Mr. li. Anderson. Mr. L. Green presided at a meeting of the Proprietary B grade club. Mr. G. Relne was appointed secretary, and other omcers elected were:—Chairman, Mr. L. Green; treasurer. Mr. A. Mum: delegates to association. Messrs. G. Reine and M. Saint; proxr delegate. Mr. E. Venae; assistant secretary, Mr. R. C. Mur doch Morphett Vale.—At a combined meeting cf the Morphett Vale and Noarlunsra football Cubs, It is understood that an arrangement was arrived at fcY the amalgamation ol the two clubs, to be known as tbe 37ortben> Uni ted V.C. ol the Southern Football Associa tion. As both clubs have some promising material, the amalgamation Ihon'.d prpre of benefit. ?' ?