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  • EAST PROMOTES QUINN; QUINLIVAN HURT

    Pat Quinn, speedy reserve grade Rugby League winger, has been promoted by Eastern Suburbs to take the place of Alan Quinlivan against Canterbury-Bankstown ... [Article] (617 words)
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  • BROTHERS RACE AT SPEEDWAY

    Victorian brothers, Stud and Alf Beasley, will compete in the speedway to-night. Sons of former racing driver, ... [Article] (96 words)
  • Windon, Eastes Certainties For R.U. Team

    Colin Windon and Charlie Eastes are among the few "certainties" for places in the State Rugby ... [Article] (369 words)
  • SOUTH AFRICANS IN ENGLAND

    LONDON, April 18 (A.A.P.). —The South African cricket team arrived in England to-day. Alan Melville, the captain, ... [Article] (54 words)
  • U.S. GOLF TEAM TAKES OWN FOOD From Our Staff Correspondent

    LONDON, April 18.—American golfers coming to England for the Walker Cup contest will bring their own food. They will travel by the Queen ... [Article] (150 words)
  • Greyhound Form For H.P. To-night Maiden Stake

    DOUGHBOY'S BEAU: Was most impressive of heat winners. Did not begin smartly, but was too solid in the straight and won decisively in 28s, fastest time of the 10 winners. ... [Article] (1533 words)
  • FACE MASSAGE FOR PETERS

    Referee Norman remonstrates with Tommy O'Toole as he "roughs" the face of Mel Peters in the wrestling bout at Sydney Stadium last night. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (27 words)
  • O'Toole Wins Rough Wrestle

    Another wrestling season was introduced at Sydney Stadium last night when the Irish-American Tommy O'Toole (16-9) ended the nine-win sequence of the more scientific American Mel Peters (15-3). ... [Article] (475 words)
  • STAWELL BAN "UNJUSTIFIED"

    ADELAIDE, Friday.—Investigation by the South Australian Athletics' League has shown that Don Cameron, S.A. professional ... [Article] (149 words)
  • Inquiry Into Bos Murphy Case

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Friday. —The interim injunction obtained by boxer Bos Murphy requiring the New Zealand Boxing Council to ... [Article] (125 words)
  • PICKWORTH IS LIKELY WINNER

    Australian open golf champion H. Pickworth is expected to beat the 1934 champion, W. J. Bolger, for first place in the £1,000 Ampol tournament at Kensington to-day. ... [Article] (766 words)
  • BEAU PERE SOLD FOR £31,267

    SAN BRUNO (California), April 18 (A.A.P.).—Louis B. Mayer has sold the stallion Beau Pere (imp.) for £A31,267, the same as he ... [Article] (95 words)
  • FINAL TRIALS FOR RULES CLUBS

    Six Australian Rules clubs will compete in the final trial matches at Trumper Park to-day. Newtown, which has won both ... [Article] (129 words)
  • KEN GRIEVES IN LEAGUE CRICKET

    Ken Grieves, N.S.W. cricket all-rounder, is to play his first match for the Rawtenstall Club in the Lancashire League to-day. ... [Article] (78 words)
  • SPORT FIXTURES TO-DAY

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (471 words)
  • SOCCER TEAM'S TEST AT LAMBERT PARK

    Granville's youthful soccer team will have its hardest test this season when it plays the State premier side, Leichhardt-Annandale, to-day. ... [Article] (242 words)
  • FIND THE BALL: No. 9

    Prize in the ninth "Find the Ball" competition conducted by the "Herald" for the Children's Hospital will be at least ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (288 words)
  • Talking of SPORT

    SYDNEY CRICKET GROUND TRUST has at last decided on a name for its new members' stand. ... [Article] (437 words)
  • AMATEUR BOXING

    Entries for the intermediate championships of the N.S.W. Amateur Boxing and Wrestling Association close at noon to-day at the N.S.W. ... [Article] (46 words)
  • CUP PRIZE £10,000

    MELBOURE, Friday.—The V.R.C. committee has decided that the prize for the 1947 Melbourne Cup will remain at £10,000 (the value of the ... [Article] (35 words)
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