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  4. SPRING DAYS SHOWS GOOD FORM

    There was an indifferent attendance at Warwick Farm on Saturday, but, with fields on the small side and a couple of strong counter attractions, that was not surprising. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. RIGHT AND WRONG FOR THE GOOD OF SPORT

    THE International element has become the inspiration, the life blood in every game—save one—looming big in the public mind as differentiated from the mind of the players. It is so in cricket, Rugby football of either brand, Soccer and lawn tennis. ...

    Article : 466 words
  6. LIMERICK'S PROSPECTS NEXT SPRING

    At present Limerick looks like putting up a good record in long-distance, w.f.a. races in Australia in the Spring. Even if Rampion stands a preparation, he may not stay as well as the New Zealander. ...

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  7. THE NEWCASTLE CUP MEETING

    The Newcastle J.C.'s Cup meeting is already attracting the attention of Sydney as well as local punters. Double backers can be accommodated, and that leads to business. Last year The Epicure, at 33 to 1, won the Newcastle to expect. ...

    Article : 605 words
  8. THE REFEREE PERFORMED HIS DUTY

    THE Sydney Stadium referee, Mr. Joe Wallis, in crowning the young negro in the fight between Long and Moore, on account of repeated transgressions by ...

    Article : 154 words
  9. PERSONALS

    MR. HARRY BLINMAN, of South Australia, who has received the M.V.O., is the old representative cricketer and Under Secretary to the Premier's ...

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  10. WILL BACKERS BE PLEASED?

    It is said that when the N.S.W. Government takes charge of the apportionment of Totalisator investments at racecourses next month ...

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  11. "WHAT THEY WANT."

    MR. CHARLES B. COCHRAN is very annoyed with the remarks of some of England's hereditary legislators in the debate in the House of Lords on the Bill ...

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  12. AN ABSURD CUSTOM

    ONLY a week back I drew attention to the absurd custom of waiting until the contestants in the main event have entered the ring and ...

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  13. NORTH QUEENSLAND CRICKET BENEFITS

    I COMMEND the following admirable comments by an enthusiastic Townsville reader to the fathers of Sydney cricket. It is time the Associations in ...

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  14. WALKER AND MILLIGAN

    IT looks certain that Mr. C. B. Cochran, the well-known English promoter, has secured Micky Walker, middleweight champion of the world, for a fight with ...

    Article : 192 words
  15. CZECHS OF SOCCER ARE A HAPPY BAND

    "WE are very pleased with our reception in West Australia. The Perth Council has treated us splendidly. We heat the Western Australian team ...

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  16. "WE MANAGED TO STAY AFLOAT ONLY BY BAILING,"

    INTERVIEWED after the race, H. L. Callaghan, stroke of the N.S.W. crew, said: "It was a good race, in the circumstances. Over the first two and a half miles it was a great struggle. It was very much to be regretted that bad water in the last half-mile had such a serious ...

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  17. CAMBRIDGE COX FINED.

    cox of the Cambridge boat, was fined £5 at Caxton (Cambs) Court for driving a motor car without lights at Eltisley, Cambs, at 11.30 p.m. on Feb. 13. ...

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