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  • OPEN BETTING CERTAIN ON METROPOLITAN Columnist Will Be Withdrawn By THE TURF EDITOR

    Racing men consider that to-day's big Randwick race is the most open Metropolitan for years. Leading rails bookmaker J. T. Hackett would not venture a straight-out selection last night. ... [Article] (907 words)
  • Satisfied Podmore Did Not Ride

    The A.J.C. Stipendiary stewards are satisfied that jockey G. Podmore, who is under disqualification, did not ride trackwork at ... [Article] (136 words)
  • MURPHY TAKING OWN FOOD

    WELLINGTON (N.Z.), Sunday.—Boxer Bos Murphy is taking 2cwt of meat, 30 dozen eggs, and plenty of cheese, jams, and ... [Article] (71 words)
  • VIC FLINT—

    ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (8 words)
  • INSIDE RUNNING BIG EPSOM FACTOR

    Former Queensland jockeys N. Sellwood and G. Moore, who rode Titanic (winner) and Monogram (second) respectively in the Epsom Handicap on Saturday, exploited fully the rails running. ... [Article] (342 words)
  • TO BE SPELLED

    Titanic will not start in the Grantham Handicap at Randwick to-day. He will not run again at the ... [Article] (104 words)
  • TO RUN IN CAULFIELD

    Valiant Crown, A.J.C. Derby winner, is to contest the Caulfield Cup and the V.R.C. Derby, his owner, Mr. C. Baker, said last ... [Article] (145 words)
  • Half-mile Pictures Of Races At Randwick

    A.J.C. DERBY.—Valiant Crown at this stage was going easily 10 lengths in front of his nearest opponent. Jockeys on rival mounts had just begun to be anxious about Valiant Crown's long lead, and Lysander and The Groom set out after him, Conductor, seventh at this stage, made up a lot of ground in the straight, as did Sovereign, who cut Marine Victor}' out of third prize. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (165 words)
  • Fall On Tote Through Board System

    Bookmakers say that the fall in totalisator investments at Randwick on Saturday was contributed to by ... [Article] (261 words)
  • SMALL RISK FOR DOUBLE

    Titanic's success in the Epsom Handicap was more popular than his starting price, 50 to 1, would indicate. ... [Article] (273 words)
  • RECORD WIN GIVES WALLABIES HEART

    NEWCASTLE (Eng.) October 5.—The Wallabies' record win by 49-0 against Combined Northumberland and durham at Gosforth yesterday afternoon, has helped to clear away the depression in the Australian ... [Article] (414 words)
  • Lost His Pants, So Jockey Did Not Finish

    BRISBANE, Sunday.—Fear of losing his riding pants before reaching the winning post on Lemargo caused jockey Les Hone ... [Article] (224 words)
  • Adoption Scheme Urged To Help Boxers

    A sponsorship system for promising boxers is urged by tramer W McConnell He suggests that sportsmen should ... [Article] (164 words)
  • FAST TIME IN GRAND PRIX PRACTICE RUN

    BATHURST, Sunday.—Scratch man in to-morrow's Grand Prix for motor cars, Alf Barrett, did an outstanding trial in his Alfa ... [Article] (159 words)
  • LUCK IN WIN BY SWANSEA.

    Luck was with Swansea, sailed by B. Bolton, when she won the N.S.W. 18-footer League's handicap yesterday. ... [Article] (113 words)
  • TO-DAY'S SPORT

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (168 words)
  • Team Changes For Grade Cricket To-day

    St. George will be weakened by the loss of fast bowler Barry Scott and allrounder Bob Cristofani for ... [Article] (234 words)
  • 2GB RACING SERVICE

    Cyril Angles, the well-known racing commentator, will broadcast descriptions of all events from Randwick racecourse in the 2GB racing ... [Article] (51 words)
  • Advertising

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  • TALKING OF Golf

    A THREE-PLAN controversy has been raging at The Lakes. Former golfers, now aspiring ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (358 words)
  • Bromwich And Brown In Final

    SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 5 (A.A.P.).—Australians John Bromwich and Geoff Brown will meet Kramer and Schroeder ... [Article] (89 words)
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