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  4. TOPICS OF THE HOUR

    The lawn tennis nations are awakening. Davis Cup entries closed some weeks back, and the draw for the preliminary round was made with the British Isles, France, and Belgium the competitors. No entries had been received from America and South Africa. ...

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    VIEW AT THE ROSEHILL RACES ON SATURDAY, SHOWING THE BIG CROWD IN PADDOCK AND LEGER. ABOVE IS THE FINISH FOR THE AUBURN STAKES, IN WHICH ERISEIS BEAT THE GREY FILLY, PALM LEAF, BY A HEAD. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  6. Doncaster and Cup Horses

    Patrons of the Turf who visited Rosehill on Saturday in search of a prospective winner of one of both the two big Randwick handicaps at Easter were ...

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  7. West Molong Makes Record

    Weather conditions on Saturday were extremely doubtful right up to midday, but rain held off, and as a consequence the first day of the Rosehill March ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. PERSONALS IN SPORT

    William Muldoon, the famous old wrestler, now aged 77, is a re-builder of men—physical and mental—in Philadelphia. Age withers him not. ...

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  9. PERSONAL

    Mr. William O'Hanlon, the old New South Wales wicketkeeper, ends Not Out the following tribute, written by his brother, Mr. Pat O'Hanlon, of Carlton, ...

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  10. "I'LL K.O. FULTON AGAIN."

    When Jack Dempsey reached New York from his home in Salt Lake City, Utah, late in February, the first thing he did was to issue a reply to Fred ...

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  11. BOXER'S RISE IN ARMY.

    Captain McEnroy, the Irish boxer, went to the war as a sergeant, won a commission and the Military Cross, and now has been awarded the D.S.O. ...

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  12. MICK CONROY, HIGH JUMPER

    A one-time great athlete is at present an inmate of Mackay District Hospital, viz., Michael Conroy. He has lately been working at Cameron's foundry, and ...

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  13. MR. GEORGE ROBEY HONORED BY KING.

    Mr. George Robey has had the Order of Commander of the British Empire conferred upon him by the King, a recognition of the successful and numerous ...

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  14. TED MEREDITH RETIRES.

    Ted Meredith, who recently returned to the United States from France, said that he was through with the cinder path for good. He had been invited to participate ...

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  15. GIVES START TO JACK DONALDSON.

    Cyril Mears was handicapped to concede one yard to his fellow-Australian, the ex-world's champion, Jack Donaldson, over 100 yards, at Powderhall ...

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