By OLD BOY.
The programme is: -
Carlton v. St. Kilda, at Carlton.
Richmond v. Fitzroy, at Richmond.
Geelong v. South Melbourne, at South Mel-bourne. Essendon v. University, at East Melbourne.
Melbourne v. Collingwood, at M.C.C. Ground.
St. Kilda have often been involved in dishing deeds of capture Years ago the
led wheeled buggy " was used to convey the ensnared recruits to the seaside ground.
Mr. W, Byte, the St. Kilda treasurer, does his work of capture without fuss, but he gote theire just the same. Last week, Brady, the champion of Murtoa, came to town.
He was expected by three of four clubs, all of whom were prepared to go to some secured for his services. He arrived un- beralded, and he feld lonely in the great city.
None of the clubs who wanted him so much had bothered to meet the train, and so when Mr. Byrt arrived at half-past 9 next morning, and offered him the glad hand of welcome to St. Kilda, Brady went alomg with him. He has been training at St. Kilda, and will be in the team next week. Donald, McDonald, and Hore will stand down to morrow, and Chapman, Cazaly, and Ellis will take their places in the team.
Carlton were rejoiced a few weeks ago when they heard that Fisher, of Kyabram, had come to town. Every club was after him last season, and when he showed Carl- ton that his reputation was justified all was bright However, there came a day when the birds in Prince's Park carolled less bhthely , when the flowers in the rockeries
scored to fade, and the whisper on the scored told that Fisher ad disappeared. Mr. Clinton, the secretary, does not stop at tolles and so off he went to the north Ellet the erring one. What were so many footballers in the metmoolis, safely regis- tated with the League, compared to this shy
country man. who was unregistered. Any other adventurous secretary might waylay him an the bush and make him sign a regis- tration from to some other club. Mr. Clin- ton travelled 400 miles in a motor car, and fourth the man, who will, it is said, leave hotham to day, and will be in the Carlton team to-morrow. So will Hammond and Cardel, instead of Harrison, Willis, and
Keley. Melbourne had probably the hardest task
of any team last week, for, with a re- organised side, they had to meet last year's premiers, who had not a recruit in the
ranks. Melbourne will do better than that.
Their coach and captain, L. Incigneri, has been hard at work this week strengthening the weak spot, and the Fuchsias to-morrow should be a different side. Collins, of Haw- thorn, twisted his knee at practice on Tues-
day, and will be an onlooker for two or three weeks. W. Allen will probably be in the team.
Collingwood are making several changes in there team for to-morrow. Dufty, R.
Cobb, Huntington, Seddon, and Saddler with out of the eighteen. In their places
will be Sheehy (back and ruck), from Northoote. Hislop, a promising forward; Dought the Tralalgar rover and forward; P. Gibb the veteran wing man; and Good.
at a toward and followed, who played a
the games last year.
Richmond will been fete to-morrow. There new grandstand, which is nearly
missed to be the centre of a ceremony by Mr. Cotter, M.L.A President of the
Clubs. It is announced that the
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practice, for Spencer (a recruit from Ral-
larat) collided with another players and
broke his collar-bone.
North Melbourne have had more than their share of had luck, but it is to be hoped they have had it all at once. Keith John- son will play no more. His injury, a Pott's fracture, is more serious than was thought at first, and he is in a private hospital.
Smith will be out for six weeks, Hardy for the same time, and Carpenter and Gardiner have not yet recovered. Miles, However will he playing to-morrow , and Barker was training vesterday. He was been chosen in the team for to-morrow, and to-day the necessary negotiations and agreements will be entered into. A footballer almost wants a manager these times.
Prahran will have a strong team in the field to-morrow, but it is doubtful if Wood- head will be playing. He wants to transfer to Hawthorn, but cannot obtain a clear-
The British Association fixtures for to-morrow are:- League Division 1.: Yarraville v. preston, Gregory; Albert Park v. Thistle, Cummings; Spots- wood v. Birmingham, Armstrong ; Burns v. Prah- ran, Palmer; N. and D. v. St. Kilda, Williamson. Divesion 11.: Footscray Thistle v. N. and D. A., key, Yarraville A. V. Cambria United, Means; Thistle A v. Spotswood A, Hawes; Prahran A v.
Burns A, Medlicott; Hawthorn v. St. Kilda A, Butler; Preston A v. Sandringham, Dempster