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Rowing THREE WINS FOR HABERFIELD Lane Cove Regatta (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 20 October 1941 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2015-04-18 13:14 Rotring
the Mosman-Norlh Sho.e íegatta on
when it won three ol the six events on
the piogramme inciudinp the open
eights* the mpln lace ot the dov
the absence of Lane» Robinson the
ciev/ vws stiokeel by J Eddie and It
Rave i good exhibition of blight low-
ing Habel field also had easy victoiies
in the maiden foui s and youths fours
Ihe handicap sculls provided the
leenest lace of the di} K Black-
A Eddie and P Kemp, who dcad
heat"d for second plice Results -
LIGIITHMGIIT lUVIOB FOURS, '¿in -
IFICHHAHDI F Daltrn (boy.) I Davit«
(2) B Hardlns (31 ! Haves (stroke) A
Ii niides (ro\) 1 North shoie .> Mosman
i I tnstli and a halt five lenctl s Tine
Jm ni _
MGIIinLlrilT riUDIN I-OUKS i in -
GLliBl J Wllllnson (bow) J LenfMd C)
J Allen (J) S Robin cn (stroke) VV
McMahon (cox) 1 Hobrrl eld 2 "vdnev I
Thrc" lcnuths ivvo lensihs and a hall ll-nc
"m al 4"
HA\niC\P SkTJILS ' m -K Black I rd
(Evdney) 7s 1 p Ken p (Fvdnev) -ti
and A Iddic (Ilabcilrld) ser dead heat J
II te lemlli I mp 4m 1«
MAIUrN KIHI«. ? m-IIABERFIIID n
Brit.-«, (bov) R raiine U) r omlth (II
1/ /in v erth Istic e) K Sims (co\) 1
North Shore 2 RAAF (Mradneld) !
Len th end a half thrc q ar era of a length
Tine ¡m 51«
Rowing
the Mosman-North Shore regatta on
when it won three of the six events on
the programme including the open
eights, the main race of the day. In
the absence of Lance Robinson the
crew was stroked by J Eddie and it
gave a good exhibition of bright row-
ing Haberfield also had easy victories
in the maiden fours and youths fours.
The handicap sculls provided the
keenest race of the day, K Black-
A Eddie and P Kemp, who dead-
heated for second place Results -
LIGHTWEIGHT JUNIOR FOURS, ½M
LEICHHARDT F Dalton (bow.) J Davies
(2) B Harding (3) J Hayes (stroke) A
Ironsides (cox) 1 North Shore 2: Mosman
3. Length and a half, five lengths Time
3m 50.2s.
LIGHTWEIGHT MAIDEN FOURS ½m
Glebe J Wilkinson (bow) J Benfield (2)
J Allen (3) S Robinson (stroke) W
McMahon (cox) 1 Haberfield 2 Sydney 3
Three lengths two lengths and a half . Time
3m 51.4s
HANDICAP SCULLS ½m -K Blackford
(Sydney) 7s 1 p Kemp (Sydney) 20s
and A Eddie (Haberfield) scr dead heat 2
Half-length Time 4m 3s.
MAIDEN FOURS ½m-HABERFIELD R.
Briggs, (bow) R Ealing (2) F.Smith (3)
W.Winkworth (stroke) K Sims (cox) 1
North Shore 2 RAAF (Bradfield) 3
Length and a half three quarters of a length
Time 3m 51s
OARSMEN'S AFTERNOON (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 20 October 1941 page Article 2015-04-18 13:00 OARSMEN'S * AFTERNOON I
from all metropolitan rowing ano
sculling clubs competed in club ana
combination races , "_.,
By winning the sixth and »»>>
event in the VASA's "Herald Bl»' "
handicap competition for scullers m
best boats, GrorRc Anderson (Alben
Park) tied with M. K Brady (B el-
mond) for possession of the 8«{e'°
Each scored 27 points. A. BegeUioie
more Cup competition (scullers? m
practice boats) was won by Harrj
Evans (Richmond) with 47 pom1«
OARSMEN'S AFTERNOON
from all metropolitan rowing and
sculling clubs competed in club and
combination races.
By winning the sixth and final
event in the VASA's "Herald Shield "
handicap competition for scullers in
best boats, George Anderson (Albert
Park) tied with M. K Brady (Rich-
mond) for possession of the shield.
Each scored 27 points. A. Begelhole
more Cup competition (scullers in
practice boats) was won by Harry
Evans (Richmond) with 47 points
ROWING. (Article), The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954), Monday 20 October 1941 page Article 2015-04-18 12:58 successful regatta on Saturday. Re
Forbes 'str.). A. Collins. W. Hannaford.
and iP. Holman defeated R. Grant ' tr.i.
R. iller. - Shipsey and A. ldcHnrrti
by half a length. Second heat: Rit. Day
(strr.). A. Ne-us. A. Pugh and K. Grant
ten by a le..gth and a half from A.
Marshall (rtr.). - Arrowsmith, Ellis.
erd Moore. Final: DP.y's crew de
Marshall 5sec.) 3. Won by three-quar
ters of a length. Maiden event: A. Push
(Ssec.) 1: R. Arrowsmith (scr.) 2. Won
successful regatta on Saturday. Re-
Forbes (str.). A. Collins. W. Hannaford.
and F. Holman defeated R. Grant (str)
R. Hiller. - Shipsey and A. McHarrie
by half a length. Second heat: R . Day
(str.). A. Negus. A. Pugh and K. Grant
won by a length and a half from A.
Marshall (str.). - Arrowsmith, Ellis.
and Moore. Final: Day's crew de-
Marshall 5sec.) 3. Won by three-quar-
ters of a length. Maiden event: A. Pugh
(5sec.) 1: R. Arrowsmith (scr.) 2. Won
SCULLING PREPARATIONS REGATTA (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Thursday 23 October 1941 page Article 2015-04-18 12:55 All crews are now in solid train
annual regatta on iNovember 1.
Five lours and one eight-oared
crew trom Lisinort; will De lacing
the starter and a splendid pro
gramme ol events has been arrang
four-oarea race between crews
weight to advantage. The enthus
iasn. of these boys is very hearten
^The club's eight has been train
ing strenuously, iwhile the most
conspicuous of the fours at. pre
Tl\ "e will be some stiff oppos -
tion ^.lis'year in the R.A.A.F. crews
from Evans Head, as many experi
are included. Altogether the re
gatta promises to be a bis: success
and' with the extra interest stim
ulated by- the advent of school
rowing, is assured of a large fol
Mr. and Mrs. A. Clapham, Nim
bin, litre received a letter from
All crews are now in solid train-
annual regatta on November 1.
Five fours and one eight-oared
crew trom Lismore will be facing
the starter and a splendid pro-
gramme of events has been arrang-
four-oared race between crews
weight to advantage. The enthus-
iasm of these boys is very hearten-
The club's eight has been train-
ing strenuously, while the most
conspicuous of the fours at pre-
There will be some stiff oppos -
tion this year in the R.A.A.F. crews
from Evans Head, as many experi-
are included. Altogether the re-
gatta promises to be a big success
and with the extra interest stim-
ulated by the advent of school
rowing, is assured of a large fol-
Mr. and Mrs. A. Clapham, Nim-
bin, have received a letter from
SCULLING LISMORE CLUB (Article), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Saturday 25 October 1941 page Article 2015-04-18 12:52 All crews are now in solid train
on November 1. Five lours ana one
race the starter and a splendid pro
ing a i'our-oared race between crews
I representing the iour school
^houses—Aspinall, Harvey, Oakes
oeen training for several weeks anci
shown the most marked improve
ment over the last week, while As
row in good style. The personnel 01
(bow;, J. Simpson <2), G. Anderson
(3), A. Duncan-Browne (.stroke;, J.
Bavea (.cox).
Furness (2), J. Hunt (3), N. Lceson
(stroke), E. Harrison icox).
(bow), A. Rankin i2), M. Simes (3),
A. Thurgate (stroke), J. Wother
spoon (COX).
The club crews have been train
oarsmen from other States are in
All crews are now in solid train-
on November 1. Five fours and one
face the starter and a splendid pro-
ing a four-oared race between crews
representing the four school
houses—Aspinall, Harvey, Oakes
been training for several weeks and
shown the most marked improve-
ment over the last week, while As-
row in good style. The personnel of
(bow), J. Simpson (2), G. Anderson
(3), A. Duncan-Browne (stroke), J.
Bavea (cox).
Furness (2), J. Hunt (3), N. Leeson
(stroke), E. Harrison (cox).
(bow), A. Rankin (2), M. Simes (3),
A. Thurgate (stroke), J. Wother-
spoon (cox).
The club crews have been train-
oarsmen from other States are in-
BALLINA (Detailed lists, results, guides), Northern Star (Lismore, NSW : 1876 - 1954), Monday 10 November 1941 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2015-04-18 12:49 Sliver Pears, donated by N. H. Giddey,
lain interfered with play at the con
Eest, N. H. Giddey 22 v. H. Graham,
Jordan, J. Hair, T. Torrens 19 V. E. N.
often d&~the season by holding the first
, when 13 members took part 1n the
h&lf mil© race. A' number of competi.
sees.) 1, J. Whitmore (8) 2. G. Spind
<7. Christrnsea 1, P. Teakle 2, R. Le
Silver Pears, donated by N. H. Giddey,
rain interfered with play at the con-
Best, N. H. Giddey 22 v. H. Graham,
Jordan, J. Hair, T. Torrens 19 v. E. N.
opened the season by holding the first
when 13 members took part in the
half mile race. A number of competi-
secs.) 1, J. Whitmore (8) 2. G. Spind-
J. Christensen 1, P. Teakle 2, R. Le-
Rowing Judges: Messrs M. Magnay, S. A. Lloyd, H. E. Taylor. HANDICAP SOULLS. (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Horsham Times (Vic. : 1882 - 1954), Tuesday 11 November 1941 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2015-04-18 12:46 Judgoes: Messrs _'.l Magna;, S.
. .Half-mile.. First; tropnr £i11/t.'
N .Mfo (14 sec.)" d A. Fortington (!l
sec.) h.by 10 lengthis.
MEMBERS'. NOVICE PAIRS:::'
:Half mile. :Trophies .alued at-. £2//2
I Antwerp. No. .1- -L?.]innns (str.),.:
Bins (bow) d PDimboold'? o. -R. Tr'.
chendorf, (str.), : Sc.hulttz (how) iv
hfive. -feet.
Half-mile;. T'rophies valued, at £/4/7.
" Mildura-D. Sarih (str.), K. WV?id
G.: Sewarid ,(co\) defeiated. Ballnzrit
-(3), W.? itting (2);. :Brighton ;(bouu):
N?.ang: (2) E. Allan (bow), B. Sc aly
(cov) hi halfh a length
Halfn?ile: T rophies i ialuoed t at' £9/1"
(bow) C. Se.ard (coi) defea ted Bol.
: . MAIDEN OURS,,, +
,:%ildura?C.. \ils -:(str.),- ;' M: cGr.iiew
larat R.A.A.P.'.. Pratt (str), E:.iBt
inatn (boiv), 'I Paterson (cox) ly
'.MEMBERS: NOVICE FORS :: :
hllf-mile. For members of D.'R.C.
S\ho hai e not owfed prior to 1)40
;:our trolphies ýalued it £b/4 i
Antwerp No. 1 ? R Godm"g (it ,
J?.iBonild (1. L -Binns I() CEll r.t
(how) d DimboolNin 2-RTese:
dorf (sir. CSEichultz (3)SA. VilI :v
Halfm ile Trohpies value&d at £29t"
::ootseray City d; Mildura-No .2-
P. Linds'iy (str.), CG NGwton (bow),
D.: Garsed (cox) by, fouir lengths.
Quarter-mile.. Trophies='vialued.! at- £i.
an-d Shield, donated by?Mr: .T.H:Smith.
:(str.) `: I Mcken'zie (S) .. Robin-,in
(2) E:- Holland _(bow), B-FPerm (eoxY
d Tiinmiera. KHoise--W Huntie (sr.
W.. . Attwooda- (3)J. Walsgatt (i), B.
Turner: (hboi) b t t~i? length?.hs.
- aMilduhra-C. `.ilsi (sti.) ,:%. -,McGraw
(3), F. Lindsav (2)) . C- Nevton (bow)l
G.; Sewad (coiy) d Ballarit City- -W
(2), 'F kllan (bow) B. S alfr (cis)
bv hilf.Ca :leagth..
T MAIDEN PAIRs:'
:SCHOOLBOYS' ,FOURS.
HRindmarsh House'--- ..-. Sehnetid'r
- CHAMPIONSHIP OURS . .
Half-mile-. Trophies valiued, £1i .
Ehms "(str:), A. Sneddon (3), W. Lang
S OPEN' ,PAIRS; .. .
Judges: Messrs M. Magnay, S.A.
Half-mile.. First; trophy £1/11/6.'
N .Moy (14 sec.) d A. Fortington (18
sec.) .by 10 lengthis.
MEMBERS' NOVICE PAIRS.
Half mile. Trophies valued at-. £2/2/-
Antwerp. No. .1- -L.Binns (str.),. J.
Binns (bow) d Dimboola No.2. . R. Tes-
chendorf, (str.), C. Schultz (how) by
five feet.
Half-mile;. T'rophies valued, at £4/4/-.
Mildura-D. Sarah (str.), K. Wood
G.: Seward ,(cox) defeated. Ballarat City -- W.Elms (str). A Sneddon (3),
-(3), W.Mitting (2);. J.Brighton ;(bow):
N. Lang: (2) E. Allan (bow), B. Sealy
(cox) by half a length
Half - mile: Trophies valued at at £2/2/-.
(bow) C. Seward (cox) defeated Bal-
MAIDEN FOURS
Mildura C.Mills -:(str.),- W.McGraw
larat R.A.A.F. V. Pratt (str), E. Liv
ingston (bow), R. Paterson (cox) by
MEMBERS NOVICE FOURS
half-mile. For members of D. R.C.
who have not rowed prior to 1940
Four trophies valued at £6/4 /-
Antwerp No. 1 - R Gooding (str),
J. Bond (3). L. Binns (2), G.Elliott
(bow) d Dimboola No. 2-R.Teschen-
dorf (str). C.Schultz (3), A. Wilkey (2), W.Cowan (bow), J.Walsgort (cox) by a length.
Half-mile Trophies valued at £2/2/-
Footscray City d; Mildura-No .2-
F. Lindsay (str.), G. Newton (bow),
D. Garsed (cox) by four lengths.
Quarter-mile.. Trophies valued at £1.
and Shield, donated by Mr. J.H.Smith.
(str.) W. Mckenzie (3) J. Robinson
(2) E. Holland (bow), B.Feery (cox)
d Wimmera House--W Hunter (str.)
W. Attwood - (3) J. Walsgott (2), D.
Turner: (bow) by two lengths.
Mildura-C. Mills (str.) , W.McGraw
(3), F. Lindsay (2)) . G. Newton (bow),
G. Soward (cox) d Ballarat City- -W
(2), E.Allan (bow) B. Scally (cox)
by half a length.
MAIDEN PAIRS
SCHOOLBOYS' FOURS.
Hindmarsh House'--- R.Schneider,
CHAMPIONSHIP FOURS
Half-mile-. Trophies valued, £16 .
Ehms (str:), A. Sneddon (3), W. Lang
OPEN PAIRS.
NOVICE REGATTA FIELDS (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 15 November 1941 page Article 2015-04-18 12:23 For the first regatta of the 1 B41-42
course today-entries arc as follow:
Fours.-Melbourne, Essendon. Foot-
For the first regatta of the 1941-42
course today-entries are as follow:
Fours.-Melbourne, Essendon, Foot-
IN SCHOOL AND OUT: The Fall of the Year (Article), The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946), Saturday 15 November 1941 page Article 2015-04-18 12:23 i IN SCHOOL AND OUT:
R . ?
fef TfTTTH November comes "swotting,"
j§v\ *V for the day of the examiner is
|f: at hand, The premierships have been
p decided, the regattas are over, the
g^comlfflied sports are 'past, and from
p, now on until the middle of next month
If : the only school activity worth while
;? Is "work."
i]-,. 4 It has been an important year for
^schoolboys, especially for those who
the AXF khaki, or the RAN sailor suits.
y^:Each of these lads has his own prob
jptlem to solve, and each* will soon have
Ip to bring into practice the lessons of
loyalty, devotion to* duty, and self
i£;, sacrifice he has learned at school.
St. As I have watched the boys in their
£ of undue seriousness In many of
It'[] them. I have known many who, had
f they had their way, would have been
g In uniform long ago; but they we.e
« not old enough. Their lives are before
them, and they are keen to be d:ing
.Tv To parents the position is most em
^barrassing. They have brought their
.boys up with a definite object; for
: his plans may have to be altered ac
(t the development of the boy in or
dinary times is one of steady pro
/ gress. He has had 3 main objectives
MALVERN GRAMMAR'S CHAM
PION HURDLER: G. Well break
for Ills son-a profession, the land, or
Which parents have laid their hearts
X to do with my lad? He will not be
ol the school if he goes back. Ever
. hoped for him to be a prefect and still
more did I hope he might be cap
his way. It was my wish, and his am
bition, that he should become a law
{ear he cannot do that, and, much
AT GEELONG COLLEGE SPORTS: Left-Birreil wins the under 16 mil*
has been very worrying, but my diffi
We have had many yarns on the sub
Another father told me of his wor
He said, "My son 1s nearly 18. He
'all younger than I am, and ihey are
and you cannot expect to shelter him.,
can, and if you .want to keep your
son's friendship you must see the posi
I was closely in touch with recruit
ruined the lives of their sons by re
fusing their consent to their boys en
of parents and beys alike. It was sad
which have passed since the origi
nal Anzac Day the relationship be
tween fathers and sons has materi
By OLD BOY *
was not^ apparent then, and it is all
They fought and felL They returned
.and they took up their work in peace
many of them have gone again, You
diplomatic sendee, in Tobruk, in
There are no deflate figures avail
Is no lack of volunteers from the
schools. The trouble J8 to keep them
heard his voice raised. He has alwayj
been a softly spoken man, always cau
successfully that, to see. him riding
beside a Grew on his bicycle, accom
him as more than an ordinary spec
avoiding answering questions abou'3
that it was useless to. probe any
Long 'before Charlie Donald began
He and. Alex. Chomley won the pairs
River races-in 1874 and 189&-when
coached' by the late, Alex. Slow won
checked because the other schools im
a. real sport. Before that there was
little or no interest In rowing, except
the River race. Now each school has*
boys comnete. The influence of Char
crew more than another as the best.
receive np assistance from Charlie
Donald. He did not like comparisons,.
and he new made than. -J:
IN SCHOOL AND OUT:
R .
WITH November comes "swotting,"
for the day of the examiner is
at hand. The premierships have been
decided, the regattas are over, the
combined sports are past, and from
now on until the middle of next month
he only school activity worth while
is "work."
It has been an important year for
schoolboys, especially for those who
the AIF khaki, or the RAN sailor suits.
Each of these lads has his own prob-
lem to solve, and each will soon have
to bring into practice the lessons of
loyalty, devotion to duty, and self-
sacrifice he has learned at school.
As I have watched the boys in their
of undue seriousness in many of
them. I have known many who, had
they had their way, would have been
in uniform long ago; but they were
not old enough. Their lives are before
them, and they are keen to be doing
To parents the position is most em-
barrassing. They have brought their
boys up with a definite object; for
his plans may have to be altered ac-
the development of the boy in or-
dinary times is one of steady pro-
gress. He has had 3 main objectives
MALVERN GRAMMAR'S CHAM-
PION HURDLER: G. Well break-
for his son-a profession, the land, or
which parents have laid their hearts
I to do with my lad? He will not be
of the school if he goes back. Ever
hoped for him to be a prefect and still
more did I hope he might be cap-
his way. It was my wish, and his am-
bition, that he should become a law-
year he cannot do that, and, much
AT GEELONG COLLEGE SPORTS: Left-Birreil wins the under 16 mile
has been very worrying, but my diffi-
We have had many yarns on the sub-
Another father told me of his wor-
He said, "My son is nearly 18. He
'all younger than I am, and they are
and you cannot expect to shelter him
can, and if you want to keep your
son's friendship you must see the posi-
I was closely in touch with recruit-
ruined the lives of their sons by re-
fusing their consent to their boys en-
of parents and boys alike. It was sad
which have passed since the origi-
nal Anzac Day the relationship be-
tween fathers and sons has materi-
By OLD BOY
was not apparent then, and it is all
They fought and fell. They returned
and they took up their work in peace
many of them have gone again. You
diplomatic service, in Tobruk, in
There are no definite figures avail-
is no lack of volunteers from the
schools. The trouble is to keep them
heard his voice raised. He has always
been a softly spoken man, always cau-
successfully that, to see him riding
beside a crew on his bicycle, accom-
him as more than an ordinary spec-
avoiding answering questions about
that it was useless to probe any
Long before Charlie Donald began
He and Alex. Chomley won the pairs
River races-in 1874 and 1896-when
coached by the late, Alex. Sloan won
checked because the other schools im-
a real sport. Before that there was
little or no interest in rowing, except
the River race. Now each school has
boys compete. The influence of Char-
crew more than another as the best
receive no assistance from Charlie
Donald. He did not like comparisons,
and he never made them.
MR. GEORGE BEARHAM, M.A. (Article), Gippsland Times (Vic. : 1861 - 1954), Thursday 20 November 1941 page Article 2015-04-18 10:32 many years principal of the Bairns
and women matriculated and subse
Industrial sphere, where they had
rowing, he became.president of the
devout churchman, and was superin
many years principal of the Bairns-
and women matriculated and subse-
industrial sphere, where they had
rowing, he became president of the
devout churchman, and was superin-

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