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  3. LACROSSE.

    Entries for the various sections are one short o[?] last season's total of 63 teams, but there is a possibility of three additional teams nominating before next Monday. The executive committee, having made ...

    Article : 278 words
  4. FOOTBALL.

    Although the chairman (Mr. Ramsay) at the meeting of the League Permit and Umpire Committee on Wednesday night, reporting on the conference of League and Asosciation delegates, ...

    Article : 2,058 words
  5. CRICKET.

    Western Australia is outside the influence of the Sheflield Shield competition, but nevertheless has had some very fine players. Before the war Eruest Parker was considered almost up to ...

    Article : 538 words
  6. ITEMS OF INTEREST.

    On the lines of those arranged in 1930, the Constitutional Club has arranged a new series of luncheon hour debates. The first will take place on April 14. ...

    Article : 1,859 words
  7. BOWLS.

    There was a good gathering at Middle Park yesterday afternoon to witness the semi-final games for the champion of champions tournament. Hoskin had prepared an excellent green, but the ...

    Article : 308 words
  8. UNEMPLOYED MARCH.

    Several thousand men, women, and children who took part in a demonstration by unemployed in the city yesterday afternoon disorganised traffic in some of the ...

    Article : 1,244 words
  9. BRUNSWICK CARNIVAL.

    The committee in charge of the Brunswick carnival was again compelled to postpone the events last night owing to the rain. It has been unfortunate with the weather, as it has had to cancel ...

    Article : 137 words
  10. LAWN TENNIS.

    Uncompleted matches to be resumed from the last completed game. Rehandicap.—Event No. 4. Fourth Division.—S. Dockendorff, from rec. 3 to scratch. The draw is as follows: ...

    Article : 2,137 words
  11. GOLF.

    May 3.—Metropolitan v. Royal Melbourne. May 17 —Royal Melbourne v. Metropolitan. JUNIOR A DIVISION. Subdivision 1.—May 3—Royal Melbourne v. ...

    Article : 1,047 words
  12. CROQUET.

    Programme for to-day:—11 a.m.—Mrs. J. [?] v. Mrs. James, Mrs. Bysouth v. Mac Robertson, 1.30 p.m.—Mrs. James v. L. Clifton, Mrs. Camm v. C. J. Miller, 3 p.m.—Mrs. Whittington v. Mrs. ...

    Article : 847 words
  13. CHURCH AND TEMPERANCE.

    Addressing a representative meeting of clergymen of all denominations at the Baptist Church, Collins street, yesterday, the Rev. Dr. MacLean Watt, the Tur[?]ball ...

    Article : 324 words
  14. COURSING.

    There will be no meeting at [?]burn to-night. In future the meetings will be limited to the usual event on Monday evenings, it having been decided [?] hold meetings only once a week until the end of ...

    Article : 60 words
  15. AMATEUR ATHLETICS.

    The Morcland club will hold a cross-country run from Trinty, Hall, Sydney road, Coburg, at a quar[?] past 3 o'clock on Saturday. ...

    Article : 27 words
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