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LATROBE PLAYER SUSPENDED Others Asked For Explanation B.D.F.A. ACTS
Following a report from Mr. J. Bow man, the referee in the premiership' match between the Y.M.C.A. and Latrobe last Saturday. 6tan Geddes. a nromlnent mem
ber of the Latrobe Club, was suspended for three weeks by the disputes commit tee of the Brisbane District FootDall As sociation at tho association's meoting last night. The following players are to be called upon next Monday night by the disputes committee to explain their actions In the same game: L. Viertel, F. Duggan, G. Payne, L. Tayior, and C. Hooper, of the Latrobe Club; and E. Weir, of Y.M.C.A. P. Thomas (Shafston Rovers), who appeared before the disputes committee for. alleged misconduct in the lnter-clty games on June 30, was exone rated. The case of Shepherd, of Wynnum, is to be heard next Monday. Tho Toom bul Club also Is to bo called upon next Monday to explain their alleged fielding of an unregistered player In the match against Milton last Saturday.' In place of Mr. Mark Winter, who was recently transferred to Mackay, Mr. Peter Spenco was elected to the office of honor ary treasurer. Mr. Spence has been re presenting tho Queensland Referees' Union on the association for some time. The fixtures for next Saturday are: — First Division Premiership (final round). — Milton v Pineapple Rovers, Gregory Park; Shafton Rovers v Y.M.C.A., Raymond Park; Wynnum v Latrobe, Wynnum; Toom bul v Toowong, Nundah. All matches are to be played at 3.15 p.m. The second division clubs will com mence the Tedman Cup, one round points competition, the draw being: Y.M.C.A. v Wynnum, Kallnga, 3.15; Toombul V St. Oswalds, Nundah, 2.0; Merton Rovers v Milton, Dutton Park, 3.15.