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  2. Amateurs TROUNCED BY UNIVERSITY

    Features of the Victorian Amateur Association round on Saturday were the trouncing University Blacks gave Coburg, Ivanhoe's ...

    Article : 1,498 words
  3. MELBOURNE DROPS TO FOURTH Collingwood, Richmond Share Lead

    With half the first round of League football completed, Collingwood and Richmond, each with one defeat, are level for first. Melbourne, previously on top, was defeated by the improving Carlton team, and drops ...

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    PARK (Carlton) outmarking O'Keefe (Melbourne) in the League match at Carlton on Saturday. Anderson (Carlton) is on ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 20 words
  5. SURPRISE FOR MELBOURNE

    Carlton, the team which failed so miserably against Collingwood last week, rehabilitated itself on Saturday at Melbourne's expense ...

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  6. A TENSE MOMENT ON THE CARLTON FORWARD LINE

    in the League game on the Prince's ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 56 words
  7. COLLINGWOOD ADAPTABLE Game Exhilarates

    Lacking only the spice of even scoring —Collingwood was never in danger from the first kick to the last—the game at North Melbourne was an exhilarating ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 681 words
  8. PERCY TAYLOR Asks: "DID YOU SEE—?"

    Walker, of Geelong, flying high for the ball between the posts, fall to the ground, strongly embracing the goal umpire who fell with him? And that the pair remained tangled on the turf, to the huge delight of the crowd? ...

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  9. DRAW FOR SATURDAY

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  10. DYER TAKES LEAD

    Maintaining his brilliant form, Jack Dyer, the Richmond follower, received three more votes in "The Argus" Cup competition for the best and fairest ...

    Article : 158 words
  11. STATE TEAM LEAVES

    The Victorian League team to play in Perth on Saturday and Monday, and in Adelaide on the following Saturday, left Melbourne last night. ...

    Article : 239 words
  12. ST. KILDA WINS WELL

    Better co-operation, safer kicking, and superior tactics gave St. Kilda a convincing win over the improving Footscray side in a match which was fast and ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 637 words
  13. ESSENDON JUST HOME

    Handicapped by the inaccuracy of its own forwards in the first quarter, and almost evenly matched in the rest of the game, Essendon won by a small margin ...

    Article : 600 words
  14. SOUTH DEFENCE STRONG

    Beaten in the air, yards slower to the ball, and thwarted continually by an almost impregnable defence, Hawthorn trailed dispiritedly behind South ...

    Article : 590 words
  15. RICHMOND PLAYS FORCEFULLY

    Dominated by the superb play of Dyer, who was the driving force behind its attack, Richmond adopted forceful, direct methods to score a comfortable win from ...

    Article : 608 words
  16. ADELAIDE WEAKNESS

    ADELAIDE, Sunday. — The trial game at the Adelaide Oval yesterday showed that unless a strong, high-marking centre half-back can be found, there will ...

    Article : 64 words
  17. WEST AUSTRALIA'S 23

    PERTH, Sunday. — The selectors have chosen the following 23 players, form whom 18 will be picked for the match between Victoria and Western Australia on Saturday:—R. Hutchinson (East ...

    Article : 103 words
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    BOLGER (Richmond) taking a headlong dive to earth after a marking duel with Sellwood, the Geelong forward. Sellwood failed to mark. ... [ILLUSTRATED]

    Article : 21 words
  19. LEAGUE SECONDS

    FOOTSCRAY, 20—15, d. ST. KILDA, 16—72[?] Goal-kickers.—Footscray: Clay (6), Sharp (5), George (4), McCarthy (3), Livingstone, Hillis[?] St. Kilda[?] Rayment (3), Kelly (3), Shiels (3), ...

    Article : 303 words
  20. IN OTHER STATES

    SYDNEY.—South Sydney, 13—7, d. Sydney, 9—[?]; Eastern Suburbs, 14—12, d. Newtown, 13—7. CANBERRA.—Eastlake, 12—14, d. Ainslie, 11—18; Queanbeyan, 19—16, d. Manuka, 14—15; Acton, ...

    Article : 106 words
  21. 3KZ

    Preston, 10—16 (best players, S[?], Deacon, Mouldert, Buckanan; goal-kickers, Buckanan 6, Porritt, Murray Moulder, Deacon) d. C[?]tton Hill, 7—7 (best players, Thomas, L. Barea, King, Daniels; ...

    Article : 70 words
  22. COBURG SCHOOLS

    Before the match between Coburg and Preston on the Coburg ground on Saturday a curtain-rauser was played between the Coburg Central School and West Coburg, Scores:—Coburg, 4—6 (2[?]), d. West ...

    Article : 68 words
  23. INJURED IN MATCH

    Suffering from a fractured collarbone, George Biggins, aged 22 years, of Stanley road, Caulfield, was treated at Alfred Hospital on Saturday afternoon. ...

    Article : 36 words
  24. COLLINGWOOD BOYS

    The curtain-raiser to the Collingwood-North Melbourne seconds' match on Saturday was won by Gold street school, which defeated Miller street, 6—2 (36) to 3—2 (20). Best ...

    Article : 42 words
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