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Round-up Of Sport (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Tuesday 27 November 1945 page Article 2015-03-27 06:54 'IEXS'VENT-F1VE years ago yester
day, the former eAustralian 'fest
cricket captain, Warwick W. Arm
strong, began a mat.l which finished
with him breaking the world's ag
match. ]?laying for Victoria. against
,made 357 not out in the first innings
and 245 itn the second.
Or.ly five other batsmen, including
D. G. Blradman. C. B. lty antd K. S.
Doleepainjhi, have performed the
JIM FERRIERII, former Australian
will return to'Australia in 1940, nac
companied by twro American pro
fessionale, if the "taxation position
Ferricr hats informed Iris father,
Mr. J. B3. Ferrier* who is secretary
of the lManly Golf Club, that Aus
tralian taxation plus American taxa
tion. when the partt went back,
Iunle.s there was some contsideiation
Ferrier said Ihe .might play during
Elmhurol County Clilub, but would
leading sporting firm in Chicago
.?in thle firm of Wilson Bros.. a
Uncle in Charge
IF VE'T'ERAN slow bowler. Httghie
Chilersc, now0 captain of North
ern District Crickebt Clilhb in the
Metropolitan first erade competition,.
throws the ball to an IS-year-old
and says, "HIere you are, John,
have a go' I can't get 'em out,"
Joln Kerslhaw. skipper .of Sydney
the Great Public School compcti
tron, is nows in the side,
He claims) :he whron the final--in
which lie took sex wickets for 1l
-by usini. hints hii s uncle .taught
him. The a'ong~stei"'ins brilliant
batsman and the :.typd ofslin fieldso
man his l uncle swaints..' Ie does not
expect to hiave a eb?iling ttrn until
Iris uncle thiltlks: : bowler of his
own type ishouldi rhlieve him.
TWENTY FIVE years ago yester-
day, the former Australian test
cricket captain, Warwick W. Arm-
strong, began a match which finished
with him breaking the world's ag-
match. Playing for Victoria against
made 357 not out in the first innings
and 245 in the second.
Only five other batsmen, including
D. G. Bradman. C. B. Fry and K. S.
Dulcepsinjhi, have performed the
JIM FERRIER , former Australian
will return to Australia in 1940, ac-
companied by two American pro-
fessionals, if the "taxation position
Ferricr has informed his father,
Mr. J. B. Ferrier, who is secretary
of the Manly Golf Club, that Aus-
tralian taxation plus American taxa-
tion, when the party went back,
unless there was some consideration
Ferrier said he.might play during
Elmhurst County Club, but would
leading sporting firm in Chicago.
join the firm of Wilson Bros.. a
UNCLE IN CHARGE
IF VETERAN slow bowler, Hughie
Chilvers, now captain of North-
ern District Crickebt Club in the
Metropolitan first grade competition,
throws the ball to an 18-year-old
and says, "Here you are, John,
have a go; I can't get 'em out,"
Joln Kershaw, skipper of Sydney
the Great Public School competi-
tion, is now in the side,
He claims he won the final--in
which he took six wickets for 19
by using hints his uncle taught
him. The youngster is a brilliant
batsman and the type of slip fields-
man his l uncle wants. He does not
expect to have a bowling turn until
his uncle thinks a bowler of his
own type should relieve him.
ROWS 3000 MILES (Article), The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950), Wednesday 28 November 1945 page Article 2015-03-27 06:34 covered more than 3000 miles in train
Cook . is in the field with a challenge
to world champion Bobby Pearge. He,
Cook's last race was on the Clar
week on Black Wattle Bay, cover
covered more than 3000 miles in train-
Cook is in the field with a challenge
to world champion Bobby Pearce. He,
Cook's last race was on the Clar-
week on Black Wattle Bay, cover-
Regatta this Saturday (Article), Nepean Times (Penrith, NSW : 1882 - 1962), Thursday 29 November 1945 page Article 2015-03-27 06:33 • Nepean Rowing Club will be held on
lightweight maiden-fours, open , fours,
sculls, and - junior fours. The first/
Nepean Rowing Club will be held on
lightweight maiden-fours, open fours,
sculls, and junior fours. The first
SENIOR FOURS WIN FOR MELBOURNE (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Monday 3 December 1945 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2015-03-27 06:32 Christie bow, J. Goddard, T. HoSman. A.
Bay, 2: Melbourne No 2, 3. \<¡ length.
Iiightwelght Maiden 'Pairs: Essendon
No 2, 2; Richmond. 3. Vi length.
Lightweight Maiden Eights: MercantUe
J. Sheois str, J. French cox, J. South
Vi length, 1 length.
S.nior Pours: Melbourne (A. J. Anderson
FTafer 11.4, P. Heaviside str. H. Cooke cox.
Maiden Sculls: K. Bilney (Mere). 1; C.
Maiden 35ights: Mercantile (W. Wallace
City. 2: Richmond, 3. I1,'* lengths.
Christie bow, J. Goddard, T. Hosman. A.
Bay, 2: Melbourne No 2, 3. ½ length.
Liightwelght Maiden Pairs: Essendon
No 2, 2; Richmond. 3. ½ length.
Lightweight Maiden Eights: Mercantile
J. Shears str, J. French cox, J. South
1½ length, 1 length.
Senior Fours: Melbourne (A. J. Anderson
Fraser 11.4, P. Heaviside str. H. Cooke cox.
Maiden Sculls: K. Bilney (Merc). 1; C.
Maiden Eights: Mercantile (W. Wallace
City. 2: Richmond, 3. 1¼ lengths.
Record Regatta NEPEAN CLUB'S SUCCESS. (Article), Nepean Times (Penrith, NSW : 1882 - 1962), Thursday 6 December 1945 page Article 2015-03-26 20:39 'V'EPEAN Rowing; Club's Regatta,
view of attendance and the per
scored 1st and 2nd in the light
weight ;maiden fours and came
raco.
Heavyweight Maiden Fours.—Leich
len.; 11 len. 5.20.
Lightweight, Novice Fours.—Nepean
D. Bamford 3, R. Clark, str., H. Tor
naros, cox) 1; Nepean II, 2; Drum
moyne, 3; 2 len., li len.; 5.25 2.5.
Open'Fours.—Haberfleld 1, Sydney 2,
Nepean 3. 14 len., 1 len. 5.44.
Heavyweight Novice Fours.—Haber
fleld 1, Police I. 2, Drummoyno 9. 4
Handicap Sculls.—G. Neilson (Bal
NEPEAN Rowing Club's Regatta,
view of attendance and the per-
scored 1st and 2nd in the light-
weight maiden fours and came
race.
Heavyweight Maiden Fours.—Leich-
len.; 1½ len. 5.20.
Lightweight Novice Fours.—Nepean
D. Bamford 3, R. Clark, str., H. Tor-
naros, cox) 1; Nepean II, 2; Drum-
moyne, 3; 2 len., 1½ len.; 5.25 2.5.
Open Fours.—Haberfleld 1, Sydney 2,
Nepean 3. 1½ len., 1 len. 5.44.
Heavyweight Novice Fours.—Haber-
fleld 1, Police I. 2, Drummoyne 3. ¼
Handicap Sculls.—G. Neilson (Bal-
PENNANT REGATTA THIS AFTERNOON (Article), Maryborough Chronicle, Wide Bay and Burnett Advertiser (Qld. : 1860 - 1947), Saturday 15 December 1945 page Article 2015-03-26 20:36 The MJ3JtA. pennant regatta
for which six crews have nomin
ated .'or the two minor grades—
our fours Maryborough and two
The races will be rowed upstream.
be two crews in these event 50 that
conditions should not give enj.
p.m. and will be contested be
tween -E. McFarlane -W.B.) in
Wyllie 'M.) 1 and G. Brown -M.)
?; Heat 2 : J. Eadie -M.), C. Pet
ersen -W.B.) 2.
Forecasting the results I woulo
Novice. C- (Petersen for the second
heat of the nonce and C. Peter
sen lor the tinal. Nominations
race. ?
The M.D.R.A. pennant regatta
for which six crews have nomin-
ated for the two minor grades—
four fours Maryborough and two
The races will be rowed upstream,
be two crews in these event so that
conditions should not give any
p.m. and will be contested be-
tween E. McFarlane (W.B.) in
Wyllie (M.) 1 and G. Brown (M.)
?; Heat 2 : J. Eadie (M.), C. Pet-
ersen (W.B.) 2.
Forecasting the results I would
Novice. C. Petersen for the second
heat of the novice and C. Peter-
sen for the final. Nominations
race.
Regatta Entrant (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Thursday 20 December 1945 page Article 2015-03-26 20:31 'received, by the committee of the
tered for the maiden- and Alexandra
sculls on both days of the; regatta. .
received by the committee of the
tered for the maiden and Alexandra
sculls on both days of the regatta.
Stansbury's Death Recalls Local Sculling Races (Article), Newcastle Morning Herald and Miners' Advocate (NSW : 1876 - 1954) , Friday 21 December 1945 page Article 2015-03-26 20:30 The recent death of Jim'Stansbury,
a champion.'sculler, recalls memories
iHunter River mlany years ago. when
there. was. a straight, three 'miles
course at RIaymond Terrce.' ' :'
The opinions of chamniions in Bill
Beach, - Peter Kemp, George' Towns
alid Stanisbury 'were .that the Hunter
was equal to Parramatta and RNepean
rivers for sculling races:
Many excitinig races were held for.
big stakes on the Huiiter. and bet
ting in' fairly large oamounts took
plalce for weeks before each con
Stansbur.. defeated>Bob COampbell,
who now lives ait Raymond Terrtac.
and Chris Neilson .'?lo trietbed one of
the largest attencldaces. l'lie :race
staorted fronm the. iiinction: of .the
Hunter and .Williams,; and was rowed
down to the ,three mile'lpost.: Neil
son had a ,10 ..lengths'.. lead p,: ssing
the' ferry, 'and' increased' -it at the
mile and a half. . : ..
Toiwns piulling 'a long -.sweeping.
stroke.' appearied to .lie beaten; but;
iledir the finish %cilSbn :alioniso stop'
ned :rowing, and .Towns raced pa::st
him: Towns: was- coaclied lyi Peter
' (Dick Teessider; Ben 'Tlioorooghnod;
'Arty Towtns, iam Foird, Bbear;.'LaTi
hiert and Aitnst rowed :sclling con
test .'at Rkaymond Terrace.
nrwi'ese clubs, tlie noert' may again
:'If regattan were revried :with ' local
'ind--Jim Stanmmbiiry.-J.'P-. Hanlan.
ineart im chamtpions like HGeore Towna
The recent death of Jim Stansbury,
a champion sculler, recalls memories
Hunter River many years ago, when
there was a straight three miles
course at Raymond Terrace.
The opinions of champions in Bill
Beach, Peter Kemp, George' Towns
and Stanisbury were that the Hunter
was equal to Parramatta and Nepean
rivers for sculling races.
Many exciting races were held for
big stakes on the Hunter, and bet-
ting in fairly large amounts took
plalce for weeks before each con-
Stansbury defeated Bob Campbell,
who now lives at Raymond Terrace.
and Chris Neilson attracted one of
the largest attendances. The race
started from the junction of the
Hunter and Williams, and was rowed
down to the three mile post. Neil-
son had a 10 engths lead passing
the ferry, and increased it at the
mile and a half.
Towns pulling a long sweeping
stroke, appeared to be beaten, but
near the finish Neilson almost stop-
ped rowing, and Towns raced past
him. Towns was coached by Peter Kemp.
Dick Teessider; Ben 'Thoroughood,
Arty Towns, Jim Ford, Bubear, Lam-
bert and Arnst rowed sculling con-
tests at Raymond Terrace.
rowing clubs, the sport may again
If regattan were revived with local
and Jim Stansbury. -- J.P.Hanlon.
unearth champions like George Towns
World Scull Title Race (Article), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Friday 21 December 1945 page Article 2015-03-26 20:15 , professional sculling championship
. Bobby Pearce. litleholder, has
Pearce is In Canada. Paddon
challenge came in an airmail let
Pearce has stipulated a guaran
tee of £500, plus return lares for
did not mention lite side bet.
straight race on the Parramnttft
Evans said yesterday that If
Pearce did not race him in Syd
the fixing of a venue.,
than £1500 to singe the race.
professional sculling championship
Bobby Pearce, titleholder, has accepted a challenge from Evans
Pearce is in Canada. Paddon
challenge came in an airmail let-
Pearce has stipulated a guaran-
tee of £500, plus return fares for
did not mention the side bet.
straight race on the Parramatta
Evans said yesterday that if
Pearce did not race him in Syd-
the fixing of a venue.
than £1500 to stage the race.
Sydney Crew For Hobart (Article), The Mercury (Hobart, Tas. : 1860 - 1954), Saturday 22 December 1945 page Article 2015-03-26 20:12 >i a 11? 11?11?u?11 a 11?11?i<.11?11?i ! ?i ta 11.M « 11 a 11 ?H?< i ?M * M?i .« :. i
. Sydney Grew For
; INTERSTATE entries aré
,"' 12.-:. V;'. . H. . ..... , -
. for the sculling races. I
' .. now coming. to hand for
gatta , lo be held on Feb.. 9 atad .,
The lamest to be received is
which is to send a crew. Two ; i
of: the crew also have entered < ?? \
Hobart .

Sydney Grew For
INTERSTATE entries are
12.
for the sculling races.
now coming. to hand for
gatta ,to be held on Feb.. 9 and
The latest to be received is
which is to send a crew. Two
of the crew also have entered
Hobart

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