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  4. PERSONAL

    M.A.N. has probably played his closing match in first-class cricket. He came from the privacy of club cricket last season merely at the call of duty, to assist ...

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  5. DEATH OF TOM BANKS

    Tom Banks, one-time famous Fitzroy footballer, is dead. In the fullness of manhood's prime, death came. Of giant stature, his strength had no avail. Thus ...

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  6. WHEN THE M.C.C. ELEVEN COMES THIS WAY NEXT SUMMER

    The M.C.C. will have a representative English Eleven playing in Australia this time next year. By that time New South Wales will need to have developed a champion slow bowler, and a high-class medium-paced right-hander, able to do a bit off the pitch. Alan Thatcher, returned soldier, at present still below his best ...

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    GEORGES CARPENTIER LAST WEEK KNOCKED OUT ENGLAND'S HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION, JOE BECKETT, IN SEVENTY SECONDS. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. IN QUEST OF THE SHEFFIELD SHIELD

    New South Wales is the first State to select its team for the opening Sheffield Shield cricket matches, to be played shortly at Adelaide and Melbourne. These promise to be contested with exceptional keenness, to produce attractive cricket, and to attract pig crowds to the headquarters grounds at Adelaide, Melbourne, and ...

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  9. VISITORS AT TENNIS CLASSIC.

    When the Brookes-Patterson match was fought out in. Melbourne the other day there was an interesting gathering of the clans, representative of this and ...

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  10. BIG CROWD AT CANTERBURY

    There seemed to be more money at Canterbury on Saturday than at most suburban meetings, in fact betting was particularly heavy, and although well ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  11. ENGLISH TURF CHANGES

    There is probably no more conservative racing body in the world than the English Jockey Club. They dislike making changes of any kind, and appear to ...

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  12. NO GUN, NO START, CAUSES RACE TO BE RE-RUN

    The Hurdle, Race run at the benefit race meeting held by the South Broken Hill Jockey Club on Saturday was an intensely novel and humorous event, even ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  13. LIEUTENANT W. MARKS, R.P.A.Y.C. COMMODORE

    "Never really happy unless on the sea or looking at it; or in a boat, or looking at one" quoth a well-known sportsman of Walter Marks, commodore of the ...

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  14. QUEENSLAND CRICKET ENTHUSIASTS.

    At the Interstate cricket match, New South Wales v. Queensland, at the Woollongabba Ground, Brisbane, last week, enthusiasts of other days in the ...

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  15. THE ENGLISH LAWN TENNIS TEAM.

    Lieut.-Colonel A. R. F. Kingscote, M.C. (a soldier by profession) is the captain of the British Isles Davis Cup team to figure at Double Bay shortly. ...

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  16. HARDY, VIRILE PROLIFIC RACE.

    Twenty-six members of the Gregory cricketing family have taken part in Interstate sport. In 1926 we will probably have seen one century of the ...

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