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  • STURT WIN PREMIERSHIP: BEAT SOUTH BY 21 POINTS High Caste Tested By Buzalong; Form Not Attractive SYDNEY, Saturday.

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  • Advertising

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  • Something Like A Present

    TIDAL Wave, whose win in the Rosehill Guineas has brought him more firmly into the discussions for the three-year-old ... [Article] (60 words)
  • Bookmakers Wiped Off Local Events S.E. MEN COMPLAIN

    NARACOORTE, Saturday.-Several bookmakers at the Mount Gambier meeting last Saturday refused to take bets on the local races, but ... [Article] (307 words)
  • Earl Marshal Destroyed

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—Earl Marshal, a smart three-year-old, was destroyed today. A few weeks ago at Moonee Valley ... [Article] (76 words)
  • W.A. Races

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  • Sturt Never Gave South Chance to Get Famous System Going

    Closely checking any attempt by South to get their machine-like combination into working order, Sturt comfortably won the 1940 premiership title at Adelaide Oval today, and well earned the right to be named the best team of the year. ... [Article] (773 words)
  • Sturt to Play The Rest Next Saturday

    THE league selectors met tonight andi chose the following players to represent the Rest of the league in the match against Sturt 1940 premiers at ... [Article] (274 words)
  • Station Manager Killed; Pinned Beneath Truck

    PERTH, Saturday.—Mr. Albert William Long, manager of Thangoo Station, Broome. was killed, and an employee was seriously injured when a ... [Article] (85 words)
  • Norwood Win Senior Colts Grand Final

    More accurate goalkicking enabled Norwood senior colts to snatch a one-point victory against West Torrens in the grand final at the Adelaide Oval this afternoon Features ... [Article] (113 words)
  • Speed, Tactics, Prove Decisive MORTON'S SIX GOALS

    With a spirited second half, in which superior speed and tactical moves were vital factors, Sturt this afternoon won the 1940 league premiership with 21 points to spare against South. ... [Article] (1019 words)
  • Leading Goalkickers

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  • Melbourne Again Win Premiership

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—Melbourne (1039 premiers) defeated Richmond by 39 point in the grand final at Melbourne Cricket Ground today. ... [Article] (131 words)
  • Mascots for Captain

    JACK DAWES running on to the ground this afternoon with mascots given him by South supporters. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (37 words)
  • Little Wonders Beat Glamor Girls In Match at Lincoln

    PORT LINCOLN, Saturday.—There was plenty of fun at the Centenary Oval today when three football matches were played. The main event was a match between two ... [Article] (177 words)
  • Homing Race in North

    PORT AUGUSTA, Saturday.—The Flinders Homing Club Conducted its second races for the season from keith 1290 miles [?] for la trophy presented by G. Copas today ... [Article] (77 words)
  • North Adelaide GRAND FINAL

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  • On to the Field

    STURT CAPTAIN—"Beau" Morton leading his team on to the Adelaide Oval this afternoon for the 1940 football arand final. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (46 words)
  • Decision To Carry On Was Right

    WHEN the final bell rings next Saturday for the end of the game between Sturt (premiers) and the rest of the league it will mark the finish of ... [Article] (341 words)
  • Players Who Won a Cheer

    GILL Langley made a brilliant return to Sturt today and played a very big part in their victory. Scouting skilfully and marking surprisingly ... [Article] (227 words)
  • Many Petrol Orders Issued

    In addition to a large number issued at suburban post offices, ration orders for more than 50.000 petrol units were distributed yesterday at the main office ... [Article] (128 words)
  • Barrier Visitors May Find Board Scarcity

    BROKEN HILL, Saturday.—According to local people who have been making inquiries, some difficulty may be experienced by Broken Hill people ... [Article] (129 words)
  • Evans Wins Oval Steeplechase

    Finishing well over the last lap, C. Evans won the three-lap steeplechase conducted by the South Australian Amateur Athletic Association on the ... [Article] (150 words)
  • Fable Tennis Final: Monreith v. Y.M.C.A.

    An experienced four will meet a youthful one to decide the best table tennis team in the State when the final between Monreith No. 1 and Y.M.C.A. ... [Article] (145 words)
  • Woodville Bowline Club

    Increased membership and a sound financial position were reported at the annual alerting of the Woodvlile Bowling Club. The president said that pennant players ... [Article] (103 words)