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Adelaide Rowing Club Opens Season (Article), The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), Saturday 21 October 1939 page Article 2015-05-24 20:31 The official opening day of the Ade
open Dy ine newly elected presi
dent of the club (Mr. Charles Mor
just before the finish, but their oppo
President's Fours.— First Heat— L. R. Tay
Dunn str. d. G. D. Stokes, A. G. Blcknell,
bow. L. Davjs. W. Stephenson. T. B. Hamil-
Schools' Invitation Tours. — First Heat ? J.
Hill bow, A. W. Crompton, T. L. Lewis F.
rrembath sir., 'P. Marshall cox. d. K. Ker
J. Guppy, W. E. Butcher. M. Brldgland. R.
Final — Menx's crew A. Trembath'a crew
bj tfro feet.
Ft. Stokes, A. Bioknell. Second Heat— R. K.
The official opening day of the Ade-
open by the newly elected presi-
dent of the club (Mr. Charles Mor-
just before the finish, but their oppo-
President's Fours.— First Heat— L. R. Tay-
Dunn str. d. G. D. Stokes, A. G. Bicknell,
bow. L. Davis. W. Stephenson. T. B. Hamil-
Schools' Invitation Fours. — First Heat -- J.
Hill bow, A. W. Crompton, T. L. Lewis. F.
Trembath str., P. Marshall cox. d. K. Ker-
J. Guppy, W. E. Butcher. M. Bridgland. R.
Final — Menz's crew d. Trembath'a crew
by two feet.
R. Stokes, A. Bicknell. Second Heat— R. K.
Oarsmen Race (Detailed lists, results, guides), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Saturday 21 October 1939 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2015-05-24 20:27 LEN PURVES,
the Yarra
event for trophies donated by
a short course on the Yarra
FINAL.—L. Purves' crew. 1: V. Sadler's
AJANY present day and lormer oarsmen
afternoon, when the Albert Park Rowing
Club opened its racing season with
First Seml-Flnal.—G. Plant's crew defeated
A. Wiltshire's crew by 1 loot.
Yarra
champion;
Stale
the
four-oared
Club
(J. Wiltshire,
the
today.
LEN PURVES, the State champion
the Yarra Yarra Club four-oared
event for trophies donated by the
a short course on the Yarra today.
FINAL.—L. Purves' crew. 1: V. Sadler's crew, 2: W. Buckley's crew, 3. Third of a length.
MANY present day and former oarsmen
afternoon, when the Albert Park Row-
ing Club opened its racing season with
First Seml-Final.—G. Plant's crew defeated
A. Wiltshire's crew by 1 foot.






Second Semi - Final. -- K.Anderson's crew defeated K.Findlay's crew by 2 feet. Final. -- K.Anderson's crew ( J.Wiltshire, cox) defeated G.Plant's crew by 4 feet.


In the Sports Field with PERCY TAYLOR (Article), The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), Saturday 21 October 1939 page Article 2015-05-24 20:21 In the Sports Field Tercy taylor
!--j^
((CJt/fY 'purple patch' in Test cricket? Yes, il v>as a lasl
c/Vv wicket partnership of 79 with Stan McCabe in the
first Test match al Nottingham on the last tour. My share
ivas 5 not out,"
T.ESLIB O'BRIEH FLEETWOOD
-LJ SMITH, the left-hand bowler, gave
for 658, and. Australia was quickly in the
tolls when Bradman was out for 51.
He was still far short of lils double cen-
tury when the last man-Fleetwood
stoutly, although Mccabe took the strike
added only five. Mccabe went on to
cricket. Strangely enough, Mccabe did
Won "The Ashes" \
TN the recent Belgian amateur cham-
pionship, which was won by John Bail
lleu, of Royal Melbourne, chief interest
Rothy, a name which hld the identity
ligament in his right arm and hart to
Balllieu had a hard match In the semi-
up atti* l8 holes against W, Storms in
I the first six holes in the afternoon. Bail
I lien's golf was splendid throughout, but
Y\7ITH Davis Cup play abandoned for
' the duration of the war Australia
the colourful Individual battles between
and should reveal Its benefits this sum-
In the final of the Sydney metropolitan
HOWERS throughout Australia, but
J esiiecially in Victoria, will sign regret-
building firm of James Ethvnrds and Sons
j*-_
I L. O'B. FLEETWOOD-SMITH
when the original James Edwaids camel
to Victoila He was a Thames vvatei
Ulm on the Yarra near Princes Biidge
He had a large family, and si\ sons were
famous in rowing circles Only last
82nd year He steered the Scotch Col-
lace in 1872 and 1873, and while still
Hobart Latei he was the professional
coach
enthusiasm Boats designed and built by
the firm are seen eveiywhere, and be-
came the hall mark in boat construction
AMONG sportsmen, golfers arc noted for
chaiity Many thousands of pounds arc
conti ibuted to various charities through
on November 1
Since the club ananged its first charity
gvmkhina in 1031 a total of £3,083 has
been íaLsed for vailous hospital!. The
event began in a small was and grew to
such an extent that in 1937 £ 1 000 was
laised for the Childrens Hospital This
jeal the same institution will again bene-
ti ibute to this splendid cause arc asked
co communicate with Mi C J Cruick-
shank-, LVA offices, The Block, Collins
In the Sports Field With Percy Taylor

My purple patch in Test cricket? Yes, it was a last
wicket partnership of 79 with Stan McCabe in the
first Test match at Nottingham on the last tour. My share
was 5 not out."
LESLIE O'BRIEN FLEETWOOD-
SMITH, the left-hand bowler, gave
for 658, and Australia was quickly in the
toils when Bradman was out for 51.
He was still far short of his double cen-
tury when the last man-Fleetwood-
stoutly, although McCabe took the strike
added only five. McCabe went on to
cricket. Strangely enough, McCabe did
Won "The Ashes"
IN the recent Belgian amateur cham-
pionship, which was won by John Bail-
lieu, of Royal Melbourne, chief interest
Rethy, a name which hid the identity
ligament in his right arm and had to
Balllieu had a hard match in the semi-
up after 18 holes against W. Storms in
the first six holes in the afternoon. Bail-
lieu's golf was splendid throughout, but
WITH Davis Cup play abandoned for
the duration of the war Australia
the colourful individual battles between
and should reveal its benefits this sum-
in the final of the Sydney metropolitan
ROWERS throughout Australia, but
especially in Victoria, will sigh regret-
building firm of James Edwards and Sons

L. O'B. FLEETWOOD-SMITH
when the original James Edwaids came
to Victoria. He was a Thames water-
firm on the Yarra near Princes Bridge.
He had a large family, and six sons were
famous in rowing circles. Only last
82nd year. He steered the Scotch Col-
race in 1872 and 1873, and while still
Hobart . Later he was the professional
coach.
enthusiasm. Boats designed and built by
the firm are seen everywhere, and be-
came the hall mark in boat construction.
AMONG sportsmen, golfers are noted for
charity. Many thousands of pounds are
contributed to various charities through
on November 1.
Since the club arranged its first charity
gvmkhana in 1931 a total of £3,063 has
been raised for various hospitals. The
event began in a small way and grew to
such an extent that in 1937 £ 1,000 was
raised for the Childrens Hospital. This
year the same institution will again bene-
tribute to this splendid cause are asked
to communicate with Mr C J Cruick-
shank , LVA offices, The Block, Collins
ROWING. HABERFIELD REGATTA. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 23 October 1939 page Article 2015-05-24 20:04 Haberfield won the senlm r guts at its annual
icgatta held on Iron Cove on Satuiday Show
Int splendid watermanship in the choppy water
It Lcat Pittwater by three and a half lengths
Pittwater rowing pluckllj in its old racer which
was unsuitable for lough water Haberfield bj
Us win increased Its lead In the senior premier
ship competition
Ihe handicap sculls was won bv K Webb of
Hnbeifield who 100 vards from the line drew
up on the leadci, R Williams whom he almost
fouled Losing distance In getting clear he was
a couple of a lengths behind Williams 50 yardi
bj a narrow margin
Heavyweight maiden fours-Mosman <W R
Bursll cox D G Magoffin coach) 1 Sydney (T
fiawford A Doman J Young R Red J A
Oouldlng coach) 2 Balmain (T Ryan K Gal
logly A Bishop P D-wls H Machan co\ J
Anclrcoll coach), J Four lengths three quarteis
of a length Time 6m 22 is
Handlrap sculls-K Webb (Haberfield) 13s 1
20s 3 Six feet length lime lm lbs
Junior lours -Balmain (J Neilson W Kohler
G Neilson W Toohey D Crockett cox) 1 Habel
W Chandler cox Dr T A Parkes coach)
2 Three lengths Time Am 29 4s
Senior eights -Haberfield ( 1 Eddie M Rudds
A Colebrook E Cholerton O Runeis G Harri
son A Eddie L Robinson L Schneldci cox Di
J A Parkes coaoh) 1 Pittwater (W Ltvs J
Hanlon V Fox A Fryer P Klnt J lolkard
N Tox C Williams A M Napier cox and coach)
H Mallard W Samuels J rock P Claïke cox
R Farp coach) 1 Sydney (H Clare W Cook
D Martin A Whiting J Boulton coach) 2
Mosman (J Hollins R Dunbar G I Halloran
C F B Foy K Bursll cox R F Saville coach)
3 Three fcDgths length Time 6m. 30 3s
Haberfield won the senior eights at its annual
regatta held on Iron Cove on Saturday. Show-
ing splendid watermanship in the choppy water
it beat Pittwater by three and a half lengths ---
Pittwater rowing pluckily in its old racer which
was unsuitable for rough water. Haberfield by
its win increased its lead in the senior premier-
ship competition.
The handicap sculls was won bv K. Webb of
Haberfield who, 100 vards from the line drew
up on the leader, R Williams whom he almost
fouled. Losing distance in getting clear he was
a couple of a lengths behind Williams 50 yards
by a narrow margin.
Heavyweight maiden fours-Mosman (W R
Bursil cox D G Magoffin coach) 1 Sydney (T
Crawford A Dornan J Young R Rees J A
Goulding coach) 2 Balmain (T Ryan K Gal-
logly A Bishop P Davis H Machan cox J.
Andreoli) coach), Four lengths three quarters
of a length Time 6m 22.4s
Handicap sculls-K Webb (Haberfield) 13s 1
20s 3 Six feet length time 7m t.6s
Junior fours -Balmain (J Neilson W Kohler
G Neilson W Toohey D Crockett cox) 1 Haber-
W Chandler cox Dr J A Parkes coach)
2 Three lengths Time 6m 29. 4s
Senior eights -Haberfield ( J. Eddie M Ruffels,
A Colebrook E Cholerton O Ruffels G Harri-
son A Eddie L Robinson L Schneider cox Dr.
J A Parkes coach) 1 Pittwater (W Leys J
Hanlon V Fox A Fryer P King J Folkard
N Fox C Williams A M Napier cox and coach)
H Mallard W Samuels J Cook P Clarke cox
R Earp coach) 1 Sydney (H Clare W Cook
D Martin A Whiting J Boulton coach) 2;
Mosman (J Hollins R Dunbar G F Halloran
C F B Foy K Bursil cox R F Saville coach)
3 Three lengths length Time 6m. 30 2s.
300 Guests At Rowing Club Opening Day (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Monday 23 October 1939 page Article 2015-05-24 19:55 euesjlF were entertained -with teen racing. In
the final of the president's lours. Dunn's crew
although the winnine margin was only one
length It appeared that It could have been
sreater.
The fln3l ot the schools* Invitation fours was
the most excitine of the day. W. J. Menz's crew
making- a final burst which carried tbem over
J. T. E. Barclay bad a comfortable win In
the sculls. At the conclusion of the racinK.
wlnnins crews by Miss Barbara .Hamilton.
ludec. Mr. J. J. Sharp: starters. Messrs. H. D
Clark. S. T. ITacy. C S. Coogan: desnateb
stewards. Messrs. H. A. ledger and D. L. Chap
man: committee. Messrs. J. C. "Williams Icao
Results:—President's Fours.—First beat—E.
P. Jarman (bowl. N. R. Stokes 12). W. K.
Bolitho <31. H. K. Dnnn (strokel defeated G.
D. Stokes (bow). A. G. Bicknell <2). D. C
Howie (31. A. K. Buttrose (stroke) by 314
lenjrths. Second heat—J. Howie (bow). !?. S.
Davis (2). W. H. Stephenson (3). T. B. Hamll
ton (stroke! defeated H. Anderson <bow). E-
Gandr <21. M. Solomon <31. H. Ijedeer (strokel
and R. H. Turner (bowl. H. C. Gillies (21. J.
T. E. Barclay (31. R. V-'Osman (stroke). Won
by I*4 lenrtbs.
Schools' Invitation Fours.—First neat—J.
Hill. A.HJS. (bowl. A. W. Crompton. PJLC. (21.
T. Iv JLewis. S.P.S.C. (3l? F. Trembatb, B.C.
(stroke) defeated K. Kermode. A-HJS. (bow). L.
liewis. S.P.S.C. (21. G. F. Mnrrie, S.C. (3).
3. F. P. Lavis. F-A.C (stroke) by % length-
Second heat—P. H. Voss. F.A.C- (bowl. V.
Howatt. A.H.S. (21. J. T. Fleam. S3.C. (3). W. J.
Menz. SMC. (stroke) defeated D. J. Gappy
F-A.C. (bowl. W. E. Butcher. S.C. (2). M. D.
Bridnland. SJ&C (2). R- Blake. AJSJS.
Final—J. T. E. 33arclay defeated R. K. Dunn
guests were entertained with keen racing. In
the final of the president's fours. Dunn's crew
although the winning margin was only one
length it appeared that it could have been
greater.
The final of the schools' invitation fours was
the most exciting of the day. W. J. Menz's crew
making a final burst which carried tbem over
J. T. E. Barclay had a comfortable win in
the sculls. At the conclusion of the racing,
winning crews by Miss Barbara .Hamilton.
judge. Mr. J. J. Sharp: starters. Messrs. H. D
Clark. S. T. Facy. C S. Coogan: despatch
stewards. Messrs. H. A. Ledger and D. L. Chap-
man: committee. Messrs. J. C. Williams (cap-
Results:—President's Fours.—First heat—E.
P. Jarman (bow). N. R. Stokes (2). W. K.
Bolitho (3). H. K. Dnnn (stroke) defeated G.
D. Stokes (bow). A. G. Bicknell (2). D. C
Howie (3). A. K. Buttrose (stroke) by 3½
lengths. Second heat—J. Howie (bow). L. S.
Davis (2). W. H. Stephenson (3). T. B. Hamil-
ton (stroke) defeated H. Anderson (bow). K.
Gandry (2). M. Solomon (3). H. Ledger (stroke)
and R. H. Turner (bow). H. C. Gillies (2). J.
T. E. Barclay (3). R. V. Osman (stroke). Won
by 1½ lengths.
Schools' Invitation Fours.—First heat—J.
Hill. A.H.S. (bow). A. W. Crompton. P.A.C. (2).
T. L. Lewis. S.P.S.C. (3) F. Trembath, S.C.
(stroke) defeated K. Kermode. A.H.S. (bow). L.
Lewis. S.P.S.C. (2). G. F. Murrie, S.C. (3).
J. F. P. Lavis. P.A.C (stroke) by ½ length-
Second heat—P. H. Voss. P.A.C. (bow). V.
Howatt. A.H.S. (2). J. T. Pearn. S.C. (3). W. J.
Menz. S.P.S.C. (stroke) defeated D. J. Guppy
P.A.C. (bow). W. E. Butcher. S.C. (2). M. D.
Bridgland. S.P.S.C (2). R. Blake. A.H.S.
Final—J. T. E. Barclay defeated R. K. Dunn
Germans Deluded. BELIEVED WAR UNLIKELY. (Article), Daily Mercury (Mackay, Qld. : 1906 - 1954), Monday 23 October 1939 page Article 2015-05-24 19:44 was before him. He hadv been in
Mr» Dan Cordery, another of the
worK-'Jn Germany, was more fortunate.
He mangged- to get out of the country
war,' leaving all his possessions behind.
And he is now back at Putney. '
- He says- that when ho suggested the
advisability of leaving, his acquaint
chaiibe of war with England, - and
'trouble for nothing.
was before him. He had been in
Mr. Dan Cordery, another of the
work in Germany, was more fortunate.
He managed to get out of the country
war, leaving all his possessions behind.
And he is now back at Putney.
He says that when he suggested the
advisability of leaving, his acquaint-
chance of war with England, and
trouble for nothing.
LADIES' ROWING CLUB REGATTA Entries and Positions (Detailed lists, results, guides), The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1933 - 1954), Thursday 26 October 1939 page Detailed lists, results, guides 2015-05-24 19:41 Ladles1 Rowing Club's regatta, lo be held on
the Customs House reacn on Saturday, are:
NOVICE PAIRS 12.451. — Commercial (A.
Harian, str., J. Bremlner, bowl. 1; Toowonc
IE. Williams, str., L. Daan, bowl, 2: Brisbane
IC. Pratt str., C. Goodchap bowi, 3; Too
wong ir. Miller str., N. Plckworth bowl, 4;
Cl.P.S.O.B. IN. Loowood str.. R. Marks bowl,
5; G.P.S.O.B. (W. Blrnis str, S. PullarBar bow),
(i; Commercial (B. Cristenson st.. C. Phillips
bow i. 7. .
LADIES' CHALLENGE TUBS 13 0) — P
Abrams. St., T. Tate bow; M. McLaren str.,
J. Sullivan str., J. Bonncll bow.
CHALLENGE EIGHTS 13. lop .—Commercial
(V. Finn str., E. Youni? 7, L. Burke 6, P.
Lawlnw 5, A. Flcldlnu 4. C. Gordon 3 L
Hctherlnglon 2. J. Marr bowl. 1: G.PSOB.
(W. Ncale sir.. W. Morrow 7. K. Shead 0,
M. .Hourigan 5. P. Gregory 4. D. Tynan 3 L.
Lynch 2. N. craw bowi. 2; Brisbane (O.
Wnlton str.. L. Talt 7, K. MacDonald 6. A.
Proctor 5. P. Wilklc 4. F. OUve 3, M. Brown
2. .1. Hanley bowi. 3: Toowoue IR. Bedell
L'ow,: £\.,£j'cry. 7' H- StraiiRhan 6. J. Smith
Sj 1. Phillips 4, L. Osborne 3, J. Avery 2. A.
' NOVICE i'OURS (3.301.— Toowons (C. Ad
dison. R. Miller, N. Pickworth. D. Cooki 1:
Marian, J. Brcmineri, 2: G.P.S.O.B. ic
McWillinms. D. Perkins. B. Brunnell, L. Ar
, SCULLS 13.45).— C. FreclnaRiis 1, A. Sealey
TRIAL (4.01.— ToowonB IJ. Avery str.. A.
Isaacs 3. T. Phillips 2, L. Osborne bowl, 1:
B.G.S.O.B. IE. Bailey. E. Stevens. K Ga'l.
L. Thlele). 2: G.P.S.O.B. (E. McWllliams. D.
Perkins, B. Brunnell, L. Arnold). 3- Com
OPEN FOURS— p. Gregory str., D. Tynan
Morrow 3. K. Shead 3, M. Hourlcan bow
Ladies' Rowing Club's regatta, to be held on
the Customs House reach on Saturday, are:
NOVICE PAIRS (2.45). — Commercial (A.
Harlan, str., J. Breminer, bow). 1; Toowong
(E. Williams, str., L. Dean, bow), 2: Brisbane
(C. Pratt str., C. Goodchap bow), 3; Too-
wong (R. Miller str., N. Pickworth bow), 4;
G.P.S.O.B. (N. Locwood str.. R. Marks bow),
5; G.P.S.O.B. (W. Birnis str, S. Fullargar bow),
6; Commercial (B. Cristenson st.. C. Phillips
bow). 7. .
LADIES' CHALLENGE TUBS (3. 0) — P
Abrams. st., T. Tate bow; M. McLaren str.,
J. Sullivan str., J. Bonnell bow.
CHALLENGE EIGHTS (3. 15) .—Commercial
(V. Finn str., E. Young 7, L. Burke 6, P.
Lawlaw 5, A. Fielding 4. C. Gordon 3 L
Hetherington 2. J. Marr bow). 1: G.P.S.O.B.
(W. Neale str.. W. Morrow 7. K. Shead 6,
M. Hourigan 5. P. Gregory 4. D. Tynan 3 L.
Lynch 2. N. Craw bow). 2; Brisbane (G.
Walton str.. L. Tait 7, K. MacDonald 6. A.
Proctor 5. P. Wilkie 4. F. Olive 3, M. Brown
2. J. Hanley bow). 3: Toowong (R. Bedell
bow, F.Avery. 7' H. Straughan 6. J. Smith
5. I. Phillips 4, L. Osborne 3, J. Avery 2. A. Isaacs bow) 4
NOVICE FOURS (3.30).— Toowong (C. Ad-
dison. R. Miller, N. Pickworth. D. Cook) 1:
Marlan, J. Breminer), 2: G.P.S.O.B. (C.
McWilliams. D. Perkins. B. Brunnell, L. Ar - nold). 3.
SCULLS (3.45).— C. Freeeleagus 1, A. Sealey
TRIAL (4.0).— Toowong (J. Avery str.. A.
Isaacs 3. T. Phillips 2, L. Osborne bow), 1:
B.G.S.O.B. (E. Bailey. E. Stevens. K Gall.
L. Thiele). 2: G.P.S.O.B. (E. McWllliams. D.
Perkins, B. Brunnell, L. Arnold). 3; Com-
OPEN FOURS— P. Gregory str., D. Tynan
Morrow 3. K. Shead 3, M. Hourigan bow
Row-Overs Frequent At Regatta (Article), The Mail (Adelaide, SA : 1912 - 1954), Saturday 28 October 1939 page Article 2015-05-24 19:14 Australian rowing season was con
Row-overs, which ? were such a
two crews fought ont 'the Qnisb of
Memorial Cup. in which Adelaide, well
rorrens by one and a half lengths.
bend gave them an extra advantage. Main
The first beat of the tab sculls pro
were present when ML Clayton, who was
Into the river.
(D. Smith bow. J. Hughes. A. Holt, R. Tip
Bowing Club, for they formed a
form, for two of them bad great
The crew comprised — Cbas. Mor
pens str., D. Tippens cox.) won on a row
Taliangas bow. J. Coulter, F. Gray. R. Stan
way str . D. McGair cox.) d. Torrens. Tor
First Semi-final— Tailem Bend d. Ade
Tub Slides. — Firet Heat — Port Adelaide (F.
Bruton str., C. Davis cox.l. D. Adelaide -G.
Siokes bow. H. Anderson, J. Howie. A G
Bickr.ell str., N. Sprod cox.l by three lengths.
Second Heat— Mercantile -L. Lorenzo bow J.
Doyle. S. Williams. C. Bottrofi* str.i won on
Final — Port Adelaide' d. Mercantile by
Graham (10 sec. I won on a row-over. Final
-M. D. Bridgland bow. R B. Giles. C. Abbott.
Voss. J. F. Lavis str.. D. Buttery cox.l by
Dunn. J. C. William* str.. fJ. Sprod cox.l
d. Torrens -F. Lodge bow. K. Bowley J
H. Bollen, E. W Bollen str.. G. Hatt&well
Maiden Eights Final — Adelaide (R. Tur
K. Bolitho, N. Stokes. M. Solomon. T. Hamil
ton sir.. R Paterson (cox.i d. Torren« (R
Hall bow, A. Matthews. R.. Wilson. L War
hurst. E. Austin, K. Townsend. M. Dixoc
B. Rice str.. J. Felstead cox.) by one-third
Australian rowing season was con-
Row-overs, which were such a
two crews fought out the finish of
Memorial Cup, in which Adelaide, well
Torrens by one and a half lengths.
bend gave them an extra advantage. Main-
The first heat of the tub sculls pro-
were present when M. Clayton, who was
into the river.
(D. Smith bow. J. Hughes. A. Holt, R. Tip-
Rowing Club, for they formed a
form, for two of them had great
The crew comprised — Chas. Mor-
pens str., D. Tippens cox.) won on a row-
Taliangas bow. J. Coulter, F. Gray. R. Stan-
way str . D. McGair cox.) d. Torrens. Tor-
First Semi-final— Tailem Bend d. Ade-
Tub Slides. — First Heat — Port Adelaide (F.
Bruton str., C. Davis cox.). D. Adelaide (G.
Stokes bow. H. Anderson, J. Howie. A G
Bicknell str., N. Sprod cox.)by three lengths.
Second Heat— Mercantile (L. Lorenzo bow J.
Doyle. S. Williams. C. Bottroff str.) won on
Final — Port Adelaide d. Mercantile by
Graham (10 sec.) won on a row-over. Final
(M. D. Bridgland bow. R B. Giles. C. Abbott.
Voss. J. F. Lavis str.. D. Buttery cox.) by
Dunn. J. C. William* str.. N. Sprod cox.)
d. Torrens (F. Lodge bow. K. Bowley J
H. Bollen, E. W Bollen str.. G. Hattswell
Maiden Eights Final — Adelaide (R. Tur-
K. Bolitho, N. Stokes. M. Solomon. T. Hamil-
ton str.. R Paterson (cox.) d. Torrens (R
Hall bow, A. Matthews. R.. Wilson. L War-
hurst. E. Austin, K. Townsend. M. Dixon
R. Rice str.. J. Felstead cox.) by one-third
Rowing Adelaide Retains Webb Cup By COX (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Monday 30 October 1939 page Article 2015-05-23 20:33 ; mined the Webb Memorial Cup. ;
'? In The maiden fours the siarler (Mr C. R. '
' Buttervrorthi dispatched Ihe Tallem Bend:
1 crew without Port*, who were late in arriving '
jai the ?tan. In the third heat, after a very;
(hard race to the City Bridge. Torrens ?
"cracked" and wa^ unable to finish In the
final. Tailem Bend had a narrow victory.!
Passing ihr- Henley landing Tailem Bend had i
a comfortable lead, but Adelaide was beater.1
[only by one-third of a length. I
I tub slide event. * * ? * ? ?,
M. Gray iMercantllei won the first heat or
! the tub sculls. His opponent. M. Clarion, using
j easily in the final. |
. noon was the senior tour race lor the Webb 1
! Memorial Cup. The Adelaide crew, well j
lot three-quarter* of a' length. Rounding'
Long's Point much better than the Torrens!
crew. Adelaide increased its lead to one and!
I a half lengths a: the Henley landing. Main-I
?taming this advantage to the finishing line.
[Adelaide retained the cup. There was an ex
jcellent struggle in the Maiden Eight, and Tor
i rer.s failed by only one-third of a length to
Adelaide. Results —
Maiden Fours, one mile.—First heat—Ade
laide 111 C Gillie.- 'boii J. T. E Barclay
? 2r. ii Soiomon i3>. T B Hamilton (stroke."
R. P. Pator.'.on 'coxi Wou by a row-over i
Bend 'D Smith 'bowi J. Hughes ,21 4 Holl ;
1 '3. R. T:puens istrokei. R. Mathewi ?cox( ).!
Won on a row-over. Port Adelaide disqualified i
Third heat—Mercantile A 'T Talian-is (bowi '
J Coulte: .21. F. Gray (3>. L Roberts'
?E Austin ibowp. L Warhtirst '2i M Dixo'i)
(3i. L G Harrison iMtokn. G. Hatf-well!
'com 1. Torrer.s did not fim.~h. First semi- '?
fliml —Tailem Bend defeated Adelaide by one
th:rd ol tt length. Second semi-final—Mercan
'!!<?. ro?-oler. Filr.-J—Tailem Bend defeated
Mercantile A by hall a length
lub Siid?^. 1.000 yards—First heat—Por:
.Acel.i:d,- .F Worm;ei?hion iunw>. H. Phillip.'.l
'Li. J. I?ck c3i R Bruton istrokei C Davis
?covi i. defeated Adc:a:deG Slokti ibow. 11 ',
Anc.rsor. <2i. J Howie ,31. A. G. BirknelJ
'strati. N. Sprod icnxi 1 by 'iiree ler."tlu-
Sncond heat—Mercantile .L. Lorr-n/o 'bowi
tained the Webb Memorial Cup.
In The maiden fours the starter (Mr C. R.
Butterworth) dispatched the Tailem Bend
crew without Ports, who were late in arriving
at the start. In the third heat, after a very
hard race to the City Bridge. Torrens
"cracked" and was unable to finish in the
final. Tailem Bend had a narrow victory.
Passing the Henley landing Tailem Bend had
a comfortable lead, but Adelaide was beaten
only by one-third of a length.
Port Adelaide proved too strong in the tub slide event.
M. Gray (Mercantile) won the first heat of
the tub sculls. His opponent. M. Clayton, using
easily in the final.
The most important event of the after- noon was the senior four race for the Webb 1
Memorial Cup. The Adelaide crew, well stroked by J.C.Williams, had an earlylead
of three-quarters of a' length. Rounding
Long's Point much better than the Torrens
crew, Adelaide increased its lead to one and
a half lengths at the Henley landing. Main-
taining this advantage to the finishing line.
Adelaide retained the cup. There was an ex-
cellent struggle in the Maiden Eight, and Tor-
rens failed by only one-third of a length to
catch Adelaide. Results —
Maiden Fours, one mile.—First heat—Ade-
laide (H. C. Gillies (bow) J. T. E Barclay
(2). M Solomon(3). T B Hamilton (stroke).
R. P. Paterson 'cox) Won by a row-over .
Bend (D Smith (bow) J. Hughes (2) A.Holt ;
(3). R. Tippens (stroke). R. Mathews (cox)).
Won on a row-over. Port Adelaide disqualified
Third heat—Mercantile A (T Taliangis (bow),
J Coulter (2). F. Gray (3). L Roberts (stroke), D McGair (cox), defeated Torrens
(E Austin (bow). L Warhurst (2) M .Dixon
(3). L G Harrison (stroke). G. Hattswell
(cox). Torrens did not finish. First semi-
final —Tailem Bend defeated Adelaide by one
third of a length. Second semi-final—Mercan-
tile row-over. FinalJ—Tailem Bend defeated
Mercantile A by half a length
Tub Slides. 1.000 yards—First heat—Port
Adelaide (F Wormleighton (bow). H. Phillips
(2) J. Lock (3) R Bruton (stroke) C Davis
(cox) . defeated Adelaide (G Stokes (bow) H.
Anderson. (2). J Howie (3). A. G. Bicknell
(stroke). N. Sprod (cox) by three lengths.
Second heat—Mercantile .L. Lorr-n/o 'bowi
ROWING. MOSMAN JREGATTA. HABERFIELD WINS EIGHTS. (Article), The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), Monday 30 October 1939 page Article 2015-05-23 20:14 MOSMAN JREGATTA.
Haberfield won Its third successive senior right
when it retained the Boons Memorial Cup against
crews {rom Pittwater. North Shore and Mosman,
hall-way. Haberfield rounded the pile a few hun-
dred ? vards Irom the ilnlsh, holt a length ahead
nice judgment. It went on to win by a length.
water rowed plucklly, , and, North Shore showed
h. Callaghan, about a length behind North Shore,
Police boated a strong crew In the Malden ElRhts,
and won Irom Mosman by n length. Mosman,
after dcad-bcullng with Balmain tor second place
In the Malden Pours, won the final.
Haberfield How has » big lead in points > In
In a good position in the Junior division.
Heavyweight Malden Pours, lm.-First heat:
neat: Sydney No. 1, 1; Balmain and Mosman, dead
heat, 2. Final: Mosman (W. R. Evans, M. rtavell,
L. Murray, D. C. Robins. K. Rursill, cox, D. ' O.
Magoffin, coach), 1; Sydney No. 1. 2; police, 3.
Lightweight Junior Fours, lm_Haberfield (C.
Malden Sculls, lm.-M. T. Wood (Police), i; N.
Novice Fours, 'Am.-Mosman (W. Whiting, P.
J. Pcnnyqulck, K. WIgney, S, Ritchie, R. George,
CON. C. Neville, coach), 1; Nepean. 2. Three and a
Malden Eights, lm.-Pollen (E. Young. A. Birnie,
L. Dunn. W. Karthing. R. Asquith, C. E. Sanders,
Hancock, coach); I: Mosman. 2; Balmain, 3. Length,
Senior Eights, lm.-Haberfield (J. Eddie, M. Ruf-
fels, A. Colebrook, E. Cholerton, O. Ruftels, G.
Harrison, A. Fiddle. L. Robinson. R. Davies, cox,
D. J. A. Parkes, coach), 1; Pittwater (W. Lçys,
J. Hanlon. V. Fox. A. Fryer, p. King, J. Folkard,
N. Fox, C. Williams, M. Napier, cox and coach I,
2: North Shore (P. Robinson, H. s. Wilkes. N.
Higgs, R. A. Pertlinghani. B. A. Willis, S. Frederick,
L. Barrett, G. D. Hum. D. Reid, cox, 3. Frederick,
Lightweight Malden Fouis, lm.-Nepean (H.
Mallard, R. Ausburn. 'S. Samuels, J.' Cook. S
Clarke, cox. R. Earp, coach). 1: Svdney, 2; Mos-
man No. 1. 3. Three feet, length. Tlmr. 5m 54.8s.
Navy League Whalrrs. lm.-Woolwich. 1: North
MOSMAN REGATTA.
Haberfield won its third successive senior right
when it retained the Boone Memorial Cup against
crews from Pittwater, North Shore and Mosman,
half-way. Haberfield rounded the pile a few hun-
dred yards from the finish, half a length ahead
nice judgment, it went on to win by a length.
water rowed pluckily, , and, North Shore showed
L. Callaghan, about a length behind North Shore,
Police boated a strong crew in the Maiden Eights,
and won from Mosman by a length. Mosman,
after dead-heating with Balmain tor second place
in the Maiden Fours, won the final.
Haberfield now has a big lead in points in
in a good position in the junior division.
Heavyweight Maiden Fours, 1m.-First heat:
heat: Sydney No. 1, 1; Balmain and Mosman, dead
heat, 2. Final: Mosman (W. R. Evans, M. Ravell,
L. Murray, D. C. Robins. K. Bursill, cox, D. O.
Magoffin, coach), 1; Sydney No. 1. 2; Police, 3.
Lightweight Junior Fours, 1m_Haberfield (C.
Maiden Sculls, 1m.-M. T. Wood (Police), 1; N.
Novice Fours, ½m.-Mosman (W. Whiting, P.
J. Pcnnyquick, K. Wigney, S, Ritchie, R. George,
Cox. C. Neville, coach), 1; Nepean. 2. Three and a
Maiden Eights, 1m.-Police (E. Young. A. Birnie,
L. Dunn. W. Farthing. R. Asquith, C. E. Sanders,
Hancock, coach); 1: Mosman. 2; Balmain, 3. Length,
Senior Eights, 1m.-Haberfield (J. Eddie, M. Ruf-
fels, A. Colebrook, E. Cholerton, O. Ruffels, G.
Harrison, A. Eddie. L. Robinson. R. Davies, cox,
D. J. A. Parkes, coach), 1; Pittwater (W. Leys,
J. Hanlon. V. Fox. A. Fryer, P. King, J. Folkard,
N. Fox, C. Williams, M. Napier, cox and coach ),
2: North Shore (P. Robinson, H. S. Wilkes. N.
Higgs, R. A. Pedlingham. B. A. Willis, S. Frederick,
L. Barrett, G. D. Hum. D. Reid, cox, S. Frederick,
Lightweight Maiden Fours, 1m.-Nepean (H.
Mallard, R. Ausburn. S. Samuels, J. Cook. S
Clarke, cox. R. Earp, coach). 1: Sydney, 2; Mos-
man No. 1. 3. Three feet, length. Time. 5m 54.8s.
Navy League Whalers. 1m.-Woolwich. 1: North

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