THE 'Varsity boat race: Head of the Thames: Doggetts Coat and Badge: aristocratic Henley Regatta, with the King in the Royal Barge—I have seen them all, but for sheer concentrated excitement, for enthusiasm that bubbles over and seethes like a huge cauldron on the fire of emotions it evokes, then commend me to the Head of ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 3,061 words
AMERICA'S Davis Cup team is exactly what was announced in "Truth" about three months back, and it is a very strong ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 467 words
THERE'LL be sport to suit all tastes to-morrow almost from morning to night. At Royal Randwick lovers of ...Article : 239 words
HOCKEY was in full swing yesterday. The season opened rather sensationally with surprises galore. ...Article : 612 words
EVEN polo, perhaps England's most exclusive game, is succumbing to the tendency of popularisation. Mr. J. J. Astor announces that ...Article : 46 words
THERE'S no need to even watch a Rugby League game when Easts are on the bill of fare to see how they are getting on, for there's a barometer in the bleachers that registers every phase from 'stormy" to "set fair". That recording instrument is a huge tricolor flag in the hands of a dusky ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 655 words
PERTH'S Head of the River race to-day was won by Scotch, followed by Hale, Christian Bros, and Guildford. Time 6.30. ...Article : 57 words
LONG-MARKER F. SMITH, off a minute, won the professional sculling handicap in best and best boats at Pittwater yesterday. ...Article : 114 words
"TRUTH" was the first to select "Shore" as the winner. The choice was given in last Sunday's issue, and it was ...Article : 74 words
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