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  4. PROBLEM OF OUR TEST MATCH BATTING DO NOT CHANGE OUR OPENING PAIR

    AMONG the many suggestions made in all the discussions about changes in the Australian team for the second Test match was one that Woodfull and Ponsford should be placed lower down in the batting list, and that a new opening pair should ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 906 words
  5. PROPOSED £40,000 INDOOR SPORTS PALACE

    WHILE the immediate outlook for professional cycling in Melbourne does not appear to be very bright, with the Motordrome temporarily closed down, a most ambitious scheme is now being considered by a number of sporting men — the erection ...

    Article : 779 words
  6. TURF FOR OUR PLAYGROUNDS

    TURF is a matter of far-reaching and acute importance in most of our major sports. Areas devoted to racing, cricket, football, golf, tennis and other games must be carpeted with Brass. Clubs and other organisations responsible for the condition and upkeep of ...

    Article : 589 words
  7. Larwood To Play

    England’s demon bowler, H. Larwood, will be playing in the second Test. His exertions in the first ...

    Article : 82 words
  8. WEAKER FOOTBALL STATES IN JEOPARDY

    IT is my firm belief that every footballer should be entitled to do. the best for himself. Vet probably many footballers would not shift from the country districts or other States were it not for overtures made by Victorian officials. Transfers should be given ...

    Article : 573 words
  9. “LEAVE FLIERS ALONE”

    HOW should Australia’s batsmen endeavor to cope with the “shock” tactics of the English bowlers? So far most of them found difficulty in handling the now notorious leg-theory tactics, and her bowlers have given England a great start in the fight for the ...

    Article : 449 words
  10. FALL OF A CHAMPION

    If [?] Vines, American tennis star, “bites the dust” at Kooyong Where the Australian champion Jack Crawford-defeated him in the Victorian Singles Championship ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 27 words
  11. Vines for Centenary

    H. Ellsworth Vines, the world’s tennis champion, may be With us again in 1935—the year of Melbourne’s centenary. ...

    Article : 58 words
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