Mystery of 3
F"OOTBALL clubs last night
were trying to solve the mystery of the "missing players."
MYSTERY NO.1 is Cyril Collard former Subiaco (W.A.) rover.
Is he going to Collingwood or Haw-
thorn? That's what Collingwood manager-secretary; Mr. Gordon Carlyon wants to know.
"We expect to see Col- lard at Victoria Park when we start on Tues- day," he said yesterday.
But an hour later Col- lard trotted out on to the Glenferrie oval, and trained with the large crowd of old and new players.
MYSTERY No. 2; is
Barry Henningsen, for- mer South Australian junior player.
Since his arrival a Collingwood, North Ade laide and West Torren clubs have been "hoppirij mad." Both claim hi promised to play foi
MYSTERY No. 3 -ii Harry ("Doc") Meredith one of the best rovers ii Western Australia.
"Where is Doc?" V.F.I clubs are asking.
Meredith, a doctor, whi has been practising ii Perth, played a big par in his team's premicrshtj
It is understood "Tb Doc" is somewhere ii Melbourne - bul WHERE?
One story yesterda) indicated he was headinj
for America - not li play football, but for'*; post-graduate course!