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  • Today's Football Stars

    DRURY was a matchwinner for Torrens against Glenelg, swinging the game issued at [?] stages. He roved [?], marked surely. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (945 words)
  • Suburban and Country Matches University Win Final Of Amateur League

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  • INJURED PLAYERS

    Parsons, who was elected captain of Sturt in succession to Bateman, hurt his ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (164 words)
  • NATIVE CARRIED OFF UNCONSCIOUS

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—Doug Nicholls, aboriginal wing and half-forward of the Fitzroy football team, wad carried unconscious from the field with concussion ... [Article] (53 words)
  • GAMES IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA

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  • Mount Lofty

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  • CHANGES IN RULES CRITICISED S.A. Footballers On Proposals "NO TINKERING"

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—To decrease the rate of scoring, Mr. G. Cathie, Hawthorn delegate at the Victorian Football League meeting last night, suggested ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (695 words)
  • Basketball at University Today

    THREE MELBOURNE VISITORS to Adelaide who gave vocal support to the Victorian team when they met South Australia in the women s interstate basketball match at the University Oval today. From Left—Messrs. F. Croft. M. Ryan, and H. Lockhart. They are all holding the team's ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (100 words)
  • FITZROY OUT OF THE FINAL FOUR MELBOURNE, Saturday.

    Two of the star league matches which were to decide today the composition of the final four were a complete surprise. Fitzroy, who had to defeat Richmond ... [Article] (451 words)
  • S. Coventry Asked To Play Again Next Season

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—Sid. Coventry, interstate and club captain, who has led Collingwood to their four football premierships in 1927, 1928 1939, and 1930 ... [Article] (194 words)
  • STEPNEY HAS EIGHTY-YEAROLD SPECIAL CONSTABLE

    Members of the St. Peters Council surprised to learn at their last meeting that they had an 80-year-old special constable living in their town. Ald. J. ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (300 words)
  • Soccer Match to Torrens NORTH BEATEN IN FAST GAME Sturt Shield Semi-final To Kingswood

    In a fast and interesting game on the Hindmarsh Oval today, West Torrens defeated North Adelaide by 3 gaols to 1 in the second semi-final for the Pelaco Cup. ... [Article] (980 words)
  • SPEEDBOATS READY FOR CONTEST Miss Britain Has Good Change TURNS WELL VANCOUVER, Saturday.

    Gar Wood, pilot of the American defender Miss America N. is not taking Scott Paine's challenge for the Harmsworth Cup today lightly. "He may have something" ... [ILLUSTRATED] [Article] (605 words)
  • West Australia Races

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  • Coursing MANY ENTRIES FOR ANGUS PLAINS

    Many dogs of class will take part in the coursing meeting to be conducted at Angas Plains and Langhorne's Creek by Gilles Plains Club next week, beginning ... [Article] (233 words)
  • Advertising

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  • MELBOURNE PLATER BREAKS LEG

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—G. [?] a member of the South Yerra soccer [?] who represented Australian against to Dutch East Indies two years [?] ... [Article] (42 words)
  • WOOL MARKET BUOYANT Steadier Wheat Position

    The most encouraging [?] South Australia's viewpoint during its [?] week have been the remarkable rises [?] and prices at the opening of the season's [?] ... [Article] (329 words)

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