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  2. ALL SMILES—AUSTRALASIA'S DAVIS CUP TEAM AS SNAPPED BY THE REFEREE PHOTOGRAPHER

    NORMAN BROOKES. GERALD PATTERSON. PAT O'HARA WOOD. RODERICK HEATH. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 24 words
  3. History of Davis Cup in Australasia

    The coming of the Americans to challenge once again for the famous bowl donated in 1900 by Mr. Dwight F. Davis, himself then one of the champion pair of the United States, brings home to us how great a debt we owe to this famous Cup for the immense interest now centred in this, the youngest of all the field games ...

    Article : 4,002 words
  4. AT THE SEAT OF WAR

    The exodus of Australian "fans" for Auckland is at its Hood. By every boat that has left for the last two weeks a full complement has gone across the ...

    Article : 1,670 words
  5. Sydney's Old Sailing Days

    In the seventies the late Mr. S. H. Hyam, afterwards the Hon. S. H. Hyam, M.L.C., took the place on the Sydney waters that the Hon. James White held ...

    Article : 1,714 words
  6. AUSTRALASIA'S GREATEST PAIR, FIRST WINNERS OF THE DAVIS CUP.

    THE LATE ANTHONY WILDING. NORMAN E. BROOKES ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 19 words
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