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  2. FOOTBALL NOW AND THEN.

    In Monday's issue of the Herald given the report of a speech delivered by Mr Marshall, the secretary of the Victorian Football Association, at the Old Players' ...

    Article : 154 words
  3. MR F. P. POWER'S IDEAS.

    "Mr Marshall is quite right," is the reply of Mr T. P. Power, to the query of our reporter when the report of Mr Marshall's speech was produced. Mr Power was one of the ...

    Article : 1,353 words
  4. MR. MARSHALL'S SPEECH.

    The following is Mr Marshall's speech at Geelong at given in The Herald:-- In responding to the toast of "Success to Football" on Saturday night, at the dinner ...

    Article : 268 words
  5. MR. B. GOLDSMITH SAYS A WORD.

    One of the old Melbourne Club players is Mr B. Goldsmith, and now he takes a big interest in football. He endorses all that Mr Marshall says, and tells you that ...

    Article : 356 words
  6. SENIOR FOOTBALL.

    The Port Melbourne ground was well patronised last Saturday, and the return match between the above teams was played out under the most favorable surroundings. The ...

    Article : 1,157 words
  7. MR. MARSHALL INTERVIEWED.

    Mr T. S. Marshall, the popular and energetic secretary of the Victorian Football Association, is found at the Kensington State school, where he is busily engaged in teaching the young ...

    Article : 1,405 words
  8. Fitzroy v. St. Kilda.

    These clubs met for the second time this year on the Fitzroy ground on Saturday. There was a very fair attendance and the game was watched with great interest. On the 6th ...

    Article : 545 words
  9. THE SOUTH MELBOURNE V ESSENDON PROTEST.

    It will be remembered that the Victorian Football Association, on Friday evening last, held a special meeting to consider the protest lodged by the South Melbourne Club against ...

    Article : 1,010 words
  10. MR J. A. DONOVAN.

    Mr J. A. Donovan, of the Carlton Club, said he was quite at one with Mr Marshall as to the undesirability of the excessive dotting which now bangs around the game. Unless checked ...

    Article : 214 words
  11. MR JOHN BENNIE.

    "Oh, it is thirteen years ago since I retired from the football field," remarked Mr John Bennie to our representative; but I can tell you what was the practice in my day. Mr ...

    Article : 200 words
  12. MR CHARLES FORRESTER.

    Mr Charles Forrester, who pursued football tor its own sake, says:-"I have never heard of a L200 bet on a game, but I know that betting is exceedingly prevalent at ...

    Article : 136 words
  13. Richmond v. Williamstown.

    The above met on Saturday at Richmond. This was the second meeting between them for this season, the first match having been played on 27th July, the scoring then being-- ...

    Article : 602 words
  14. A GEELONG MAN'S OPINIONS.

    I had an interview, this morning, with an old Geelong player, who was renowned in years gone by for his wonderful long kicking records. We had a chat about the remarks ...

    Article : 883 words
  15. WHAT MR. H. C. A. HARBISON THINKS.

    A hurried five minutes with Mr H. C. A. Harrison, who used to be one of the Melbourne Club, and still it an enthusiast in the game, secured brief and emphatic opinions on the ...

    Article : 362 words
  16. South Melbourne v. North Melbourne.

    There was a very large gathering of spectators on the North Melbourne ground on Saturday, when the match between the above came off. is within the recollection of the football ...

    Article : 724 words
  17. FOOTBALL GOSSIP.

    Owing to their close proximity in the race for the premiership there was more than the average amount of interest taken in the meeting of Carlton and Port Melbourne last ...

    Article : 2,352 words
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