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  2. Lessons From Ex-World's Champion

    ON Saturday we had the first of a series of professional matches in Sydney, when H. Cochet, of France, a former No. 1 player in the world, defeated Jim Willard. J. Willard for a number of years was one of our hardest men to defeat, not because of good stroke play, but because he had the heart of a lion and knew that a game was ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  3. VICTORIAN SEEDING

    THE seeding for the men's 1935 Victorian tennis championships may have caused a few minor headaches and heartburns; but its fairness ...

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  4. ALLISON STARTED WHEN ALL OVER

    WILMER ALLISON is a comparative veteran, but he had the greatest success of his career last season when ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. COCHET ON THE HARDCOURTS

    ABOUT 1500 attended the Northern Suburbs courts on Monday night to see Henri Cochet in action. An entertaining exhibition of tennis was ...

    Article : 190 words
  6. NOT BEST TEAM, BUT IS IN RACE

    ON Monday night a N.S.W. men's team left Sydney to take part in a triangular match against South Australia and Victoria in Melbourne. ...

    Article : 159 words
  7. IMPORTANT HARDCOURT MATCHES

    ALTHOUGH only four matches were played in tile inter-district competitions last Saturday, owing to rain, each had an important bearing ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. REPETITION OF FINAL?

    THE N.S.W. ladies' team, comprising Joan Hartigan, Thelma Coyne, All-son Hattersley, and Peggy Menzies, left Sydney on Sunday night to compete in ...

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  9. WINDBIRD SURE TO BE POPULAR FOR THE VILLIERS

    AFTER Saturday's proof of his capacity to run a mile, Windbird is the horse likely to prove popular for the Villiers Stakes, the £1000 mile race to be run at Randwick on December 21. His 7.13 represents a nice weight for a 5-year-old who has already proved himself at ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  10. "SECOND" TEAM

    THE decision of tho Tasmanian tennis selectors to send six players instead of four to compete in an interstate match against what is described ...

    Article : 223 words
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