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STURT STILL ON TOP.
SOUTH AGAIN VICTORIOUS.
The relative positions of teams in the football scoring list were not changed by the result of the series of matches completed yesterday.
Sturt defeated Norwood in a stir ring contest at Unley. and South Adelaide beat North Adelaide at the Adelaide Oval. A record attendance for a suburban oval was present at the contest between Sturt and Norwood at the Unley Oval yester- day. There new admitted through the pates 2.|.<Wi> iHv>p]c. The prevail. U-x. was ?ti.(HtO at the Norwood-W?a Torrraa ?june at Xoraxxxi two spawns ago. The 'Sate'' at I'nicj- was nearly i."l.<tiO, which is also a record for any ground but the -Adelaide Ora.'. The rival l?uns Jilajod <-]>Vn<lii< football, and though Sturt tdioidd luivc had a good lead al quarter-time I hey ?lid not etand out an tlic superior leani ??mil the las* quarU-r. Their p?l-?nooUn? in chc ojM-uinc 25 minutes ?va? poor. In* after thai they K-ored 11 coals 13 behind*. Mr. Quiun is to be commended for hi* ex cellent umpiring. A game iu which tlic players ?ni k> ocit and under a M? t'ti^jQ nujrlit eaoily lure sot out of ti*nd bui, without £iu>i?ili£ the |ilay, Ite kept fc-triet onnlrnS. South Adelaide, in a ettvnuous hlrugpl* with Xorth Adelaide, on the Adelaide Oval, were victors by 11 points. They ojiciiod witi a w-onSeriul ?=part, A. J. Ryan kickinf. four goals before Hjp Koilli Adelaide cou<4 raise two flags. The burden of arrears ?aa ton much for the northerner* to omy, and althou?h they made a wonderful i> corcry in the thi^d term, they trcrc uti able to maintain their dash in the tinni ?uart££, A. .T. Hiayi *v Uic man of tlx 1 hour, his work being worthy of a <hm> ]>ion. He was responsible tor .no fewvr than seven poaJs. Ilic victories of Sturt and South will focu? attention upon Ilic mncUne ?' these teams at Cnley next Saturday. South Lave a reputation for ability to give Stuit a food ehake up.