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  2. Two "Tigers" fought out Test triumph WAS TEST FINISH EVER SO EXCITING?

    THIRTY THOUSAND excited, hoarse-throated cricket enthusiasts left the Melbourne Cricket-ground yesterday wondering if there had ever before been ...

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  3. Knock ends

    A GREAT captain's knock ended when Valentine trapped Hassett in front of his wicket (left) ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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  4. £5 catch

    NO BAIT, but she made a five-pound catch yesterday while fishing off the rocks on the ... [ILLUSTRATED]

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    London: Mr. James Voase Rank, 69, millionaire race-horse owner and brother of J. Arthur Rank, British ...

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  6. Crowd "crazy"

    Between 5 p.m. and 5.35 p.m. yesterday two Richmond bowlers, Doug Ring and Bill Johnston, struggled against huge odds to bring Australia victory. ...

    Article : 218 words
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    Cr. Nilsen, Lord Mayor, will suggest floating a £7 million loan to finance urgently needed city ...

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    MOTORISTS at night will be compelled soon to drive with "dipped" headlights in all built-up areas. Regulations enforcing ...

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  11. Race disturbance leads to inquiry

    An inquiry has been opened into an alleged fight between two prominent jockeys in the ...

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  13. 'Princess' own' is dance rage

    A SQUARE DANCE, named by Princess Margaret herself, "Princess Margaret's Fancy," will be 1952's top choice with square dancers at every palais in Britain. ...

    Article : 195 words
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