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  4. RED FURY SCORES IN 1948 CAULFIELD CUP

    RED FURY (No. 13) winning the Caulfield Cup yesterday) from New Zealander Howe (No. 6) and De La Salle (No. 7). Red Fury (16/1) won by a length and a quarter, with two lengths to De La Salle. Saxony was fourth. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  5. BOOKS PAY £50,000 ON 16/1 CUP WINNER

    MELBOURNE, Saturday.—Although Red Fury started at 16 to 1, his win in this afternoon's Caulfield Cup presented bookmakers with their greatest financial headache since the spectacular clean-up with Amounis in the Cup of 1930. ...

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  6. P.M. Put In Dr.'s Eyes

    LONDON, Saturday.—Prime Minister Mr. Attlee now has a large pipe, a broad grin and no longer has ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  7. Schoolboy Turns On Amazing Batting, Bowling performance

    Grant le Huray, 14-years-old schoolboy, yesterday put up one of the most remarkable performances of any cricketer by scoring 267 not out in 97 minutes and taking seven wickets for 24 runs in the N.S.W. Churches Union cricket competition. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  8. JOCKEY KILLED IN FALL FROM MOUNT IN HURDLE

    ADELAIDE, Saturday.—Jockey'R. Roberts (25) was fatally injured when he was thrown from his mount, Salvanos, in the Wakefield Trial Hurdle at Victoria Park today. ...

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