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  3. AMERICANS WIN DAVIS CUP GAMES

    TOP: Schroeder (left) and Bromwich (right) hi action during the first singles match of the Davis Cup. BELOW (left) Schroeder ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. SYDNEY YACHT LEADS IN HOBART RACE

    Late reports indicate that the Bermudan cutter Morna (Skipper Claude Plowman, Sydney) is leading by more than half an hour the 18 other yachts which left ...

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  5. Australia In Trouble In Davis Cup

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.— A crowd of 14,000, one of the biggest in Davis Cup history, was shocked when Ted Schroeder ...

    Article : 666 words
  6. GREAT TREK TO OPEN AIR

    Sydney people yesterday made Boxing Day their greatest out-of-doors holiday since before the war. The fine, warm weather drew nearly 200,000 to ...

    Article : 489 words
  7. In U.S. It Was The Worst And Best Ever

    NEW YORK, Dec. 26.— America spent to-day recovering from its gayest, most generous and bloodiest Christmas ever. ...

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  8. 77 DEAD IN AIR CRASHES

    SHANGHAI, Dec. 26 (A.A.P.). —Seventy-seven persons were killed and 22 injured when three Chinese airliners crashed near Shanghai in ...

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  9. TWO DIE AT CROSSING

    MELBOURNE, Thursday.— A woman and her five-month-old baby were killed and five persons were injured in a level ...

    Article : 197 words
  10. Police In 70 m.p.h. Chase After Car: Shots Fired

    Police last night chased a stolen motor car at speeds reaching 70 m.p.h. between Liverpool and Casula. The car failed to take a bend, ...

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  11. Third 'Find The Ball' Competition

    Entries for the third "Find the Ball" competition, conducted for the Children's Hospital, close on January 6. ...

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  12. SUMMARY OF TO-DAY'S NEWS

    HOLIDAY CROWDS.—Hundreds of thousands of people left Sydney and the suburbs, yesterday for the beaches and other pleasure ...

    Article : 346 words
  13. Trotting Driver Dies In Sulky During Bulli Cup

    When leading by five lengths, well-known trotting driver, James Cavanagh, collapsed and died in his sulky yesterday during the Second Division of the Bulli Cup. ...

    Article : 148 words
  14. MAN THROWN FROM CAR

    When a car somersaulted several times in Marrickville last night, a man was flung 15 feet from the car and seriously injured. ...

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