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  • WARRAH KING'S PRICE FOR £10,000 TUMBLES Davey Jones drops back

    FOLLOWING his record gallop at Doomben yesterday, when he ran five furlongs on the No. 2 grass in 1.1¼, Warrah King is now a pronounced favourite for the Doomben Ten Thousand next Saturday. ... [Article] (567 words)
  • THESE HAVE ACCEPTED FOR BIG DOUBLE

    ... [Detailed lists, results, guides] (221 words)
  • Green Peter in ace trial

    TOOWOOMBA, Tuesday.—Ten Thousand candidate Green Peter easily beat Shanalen and Daasrae in a barrier trial this ... [Article] (99 words)
  • Sydney backing for Coniston

    SYDNEY, Tuesday.—Queensland owned Coniston was supported as the first leg of some big Doomben doubles to-day. ... [Article] (99 words)
  • Advertising

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  • Sprint favourite in record gallop

    NEWCASTLE galloper and Ten Thousand favourite, Warrah King, ran a record gallop on the No. 2 grass track at Doomben yesterday. ... [Article] (765 words)
  • Wagner matched with Ali Riza

    Bob Wagner, noted for his "back breaker," will wrestle Turkish "Boston crab" expert, All Riza Bey, at the Brisbane ... [Article] (131 words)
  • JOE PALOOKA

    ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (1 words)
  • British "Bulldog" matched

    By "THE GAMESTER" ... [Article] (148 words)
  • FIND THE BALL

    Reprints of this picture are available at The Courier-Mail Office from 9 a.m. to 3.30 p.m. to-day. The ball has been removed from the ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (395 words)
  • Brisbane beaten in last 2 mins Gave Frenchmen fright

    BRISBANE Rugby League team made a great showing against France at the Brisbane Cricket Ground yesterday, when a one-point lead was turned into a 17-16 ... [Article] (534 words)
  • ALL UP IN THE AIR IN BIG SPORT

    (1) CELLARMAN, crack South Australian sprinter, with D. Graetz in the saddle, comes home on the bit in a seven furlong gallop at Doomben yesterday morning. Cellarman is equal ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (172 words)
  • AUST. WOMEN WIN

    LONDON, July 3 (A.A.P.).—In a thrilling finish the Australian women won the second test at Worcester by two ... [Article] (91 words)
  • ENGLAND TO FIELD SIX TEST PLAYERS

    SIX Test players have been included in the English Soccer team to play Queensland at the Brisbane Cricket Ground this afternoon. They are full-back, Harry ... [Article] (316 words)
  • VIC. BOWLERS DOWN

    A HEAVIER green than that on which they won on Monday took its toll of the Victorian bowlers at Hamilton yesterday, and they were beaten by a Queensland "selected" team by 112—105. ... [Article] (275 words)
  • Betts goes in Union test

    Brisbane forward Neil Betts will play for Australia in the second Rugby Union Test against New Zealand in ... [Article] (196 words)
  • Capalaba dogs

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  • STUMPS 6, CATCHES 1

    LONDON, July 3 (A.A.P.).—Hugo Yarnold, Worcestershire wicketkeeper, created a world record yesterday by ... [Article] (98 words)
  • SCHOOL BASKETBALL

    Queensland Primary Schoolgirls' basketball team bent N.S.W. 45-1 in the opening game of the interstate carnival at New Farm Park yesterday. ... [Article] (41 words)
  • Advertising

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  • Results mock players' form "TOPSY-TURVY" WIMBLEDON

    LONDON, July 3.—Whatever happens now, this will go down in history as "the topsy-turvy Wimbledon." Nobody among the oldest officials can recall ... [Article] (465 words)
  • No title

    JACK RYAN, Queensland lightweight champion, speech up with the light punching bull in the gym ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (66 words)
  • Portrush records broken

    LONDON, July 3.—The course record for Portrush was twice broken this morning during the playing of the ... [Article] (308 words)
  • 2 JOCKEYS HURT

    TOOWOOMBA, Tuesday.—Two apprentice jockeys, John McMahon and Anthony Galvin, were injured when two horses ... [Article] (48 words)

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