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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,013,668
2 noelwoodhouse 4,002,936
3 NeilHamilton 3,492,830
4 DonnaTelfer 3,466,917
5 Rhonda.M 3,432,129
...
1315 GillianHA 30,291
1316 bonniejean 30,279
1317 keithpainter 30,275
1318 GraemeFrost 30,138
1319 jocelyn 30,083
1320 marty2207 30,041

30,138 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2020 220
March 2020 2,574
February 2020 1,580
January 2020 528
October 2019 88
September 2019 841
August 2019 657
July 2019 617
June 2019 1,198
May 2019 93
February 2019 356
January 2019 132
December 2018 1,126
November 2018 181
October 2018 13
September 2018 1,963
August 2018 812
July 2018 197
June 2018 2,511
May 2018 1,246
April 2018 637
February 2018 59
August 2017 1,027
July 2017 1,934
May 2017 232
April 2017 1,221
February 2017 431
August 2016 56
July 2016 2,112
June 2016 907
May 2016 3,508
March 2016 252
June 2015 54
June 2011 165
August 2009 85
July 2009 525

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 6,013,466
2 noelwoodhouse 4,002,936
3 NeilHamilton 3,492,701
4 DonnaTelfer 3,466,891
5 Rhonda.M 3,432,116
...
1311 GillianHA 30,249
1312 keithpainter 30,248
1313 bonniejean 30,243
1314 GraemeFrost 30,135
1315 jocelyn 30,078
1316 marty2207 30,017

30,135 line(s) corrected.

Corrections by month

April 2020 220
March 2020 2,571
February 2020 1,580
January 2020 528
October 2019 88
September 2019 841
August 2019 657
July 2019 617
June 2019 1,198
May 2019 93
February 2019 356
January 2019 132
December 2018 1,126
November 2018 181
October 2018 13
September 2018 1,963
August 2018 812
July 2018 197
June 2018 2,511
May 2018 1,246
April 2018 637
February 2018 59
August 2017 1,027
July 2017 1,934
May 2017 232
April 2017 1,221
February 2017 431
August 2016 56
July 2016 2,112
June 2016 907
May 2016 3,508
March 2016 252
June 2015 54
June 2011 165
August 2009 85
July 2009 525

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 jaybee67 373,540
2 GeoffMMutton 180,478
3 PhilThomas 145,112
4 mickbrook 115,334
5 DavoChiss 72,796
...
2975 ggch1 3
2976 girlwonder 3
2977 gjan 3
2978 GraemeFrost 3
2979 Grannoch 3
2980 Green-Acres 3

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Fifty Years of Sport Jubilee of "The Referee." AUSTRALIA'S GREATEST SPORTING JOURNAL MAKES HISTORY. (Article), Northern Argus (Clare, SA : 1869 - 1954), Friday 22 November 1935 [Issue No.3,580] page 5 2020-04-03 02:58 ?Jubilee of 'The
tralia has probably turned out more,
red years than any other country in:
the world, and the renowned ability;
of sportsmen who live beneath the!
has in great measure been due to the '
commentators Associated with 'The*
years has been drawn upon. .
ed the golden days of the ,paper, to
wr^e in a bright, breezy personal
from many world sources.- . Equine
Colorful parades m the world oi
knowledge of this popular and everT
training' methods, in its long list
tory; .what the riflemen of all the
outstanding feats of strength andj
skill, including physical .culture;
what makes up motordom; and an!
letic and sporting endeavor passj
the famous Sir Charles Eingsford
siblv Australia's most popular past
where the physique, and the lifesav
on again to St. Eilda, sweeping on to
Coogee and ManIy-»-further still, to
Psxnythe to Smith.; turf jottings
passing of the paper's fiftieth mile
— many happy returns of the ; day.
athletic and sporting history and;
Jubilee of 'The
tralia has probably turned out more
red years than any other country in
the world, and the renowned ability
of sportsmen who live beneath the
has in great measure been due to the
commentators associated with 'The
years has been drawn upon.
ed the golden days of the paper, to
write in a bright, breezy personal
from many world sources. Equine
Colorful parades in the world of
knowledge of this popular and ever-
training methods, in its long list
tory; what the riflemen of all the
outstanding feats of strength and
skill, including physical culture;
what makes up motordom; and an
letic and sporting endeavor pass
the famous Sir Charles Kingsford-
sibly Australia's most popular past
where the physique, and the life-sav
on again to St. Kilda, sweeping on to
Coogee and ManIy—further still, to
Psmythe to Smith; turf jottings
passing of the paper's fiftieth mile-
— many happy returns of the day.
athletic and sporting history and
Motor Cycling BARKER’S EASY WIN IN 250 c.c. TITLE WARRAGUL, Saturday. (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Saturday 28 December 1935 [Issue No.1405] page 2 2020-04-02 00:50 WARRAGUL, Saturday. .
of Ihe Auto-Cycling Union of Victoria at Warragul racecourse
W. Batkar had a runaway -victory in the -250 c.c. solo championship.
SSS-g SET, WKovi!^ ^
longs to go. he was 150
'... ..1 u.,^,',"]
yards behind nd. ;
the leader, but when , v.. he entered Ih. the.s
b/a: Wilkinson to the line by a few
when hLs front tyre came off and was
j
the lead half-way round the last lap.
but was stopped by engine trouble a few 1
j
across the line 10 finish third.
LONGLKV'S EAS1 WIN
Lapping at L5 miles an hour, W. I^ongley
thrilled tlic crowd in tile 600 c.c.
lo finish and won by 400 yard'.. His
time of 4 min. 1-25 sec. was S 3-6 sec.
better than lasl year's time.
Bruce Rehn. the South Australian
rider, who was fancied for Uiis event,
out. The title holder, Les! Darby, was
iccon-J and F. Cook third. Bill Barker
w-'. the other starter.
The race for the 253 c.c. solo championship
Barker won by 100 .yards {Tom 'Barnett
in 4 min. ]7 4-5 seconds, or 3-5tll seconds
better than last year. Ii-vine was half
a lap behind, Ihird. Mussett was the
Charlie Letch Rave further oroof of
solo Vndican. Latch was brilliant on
the turns, hugaing the fence and hardly
hpd Ui-k His engine conked out shortly
1; L. Burnett 1248 1
W .BARKER (250 ex. Levis) ...
BARNETT (248 1 New Imp.)
W. N. IRVIN (250 II" c.c. Levis)
Tlme. 4,17/4-5.
SIDECARS—UP TO 000 C.C.
W. Longley 1400 c.e. Excelsior Jap)
L. Darby (493 c.c. Sunbeam) .. ..
F.CODk (58S c.c Norton)
Time 4.1 2-5.
<x( HANDICAP EVENTS
S P ^ S ^ "
rinai.—u. uicn w
lOsec..
, i *R!"brj^ale'V409"cTc."Rudge)," R d^B^ ,439 , 25sec.. 2
-' uttlewood (498 ^.c. - Cov. Eagle). 20sec.
" Time. 4.6 ' " 4-5. "
Final..—Four Laps: R.. PA'" I'
V/ Waugh (lOsec.). 2: al. Moyyle
3 52 .
.
(Other Results 111 LatC SpOl'.}
WARRAGUL, Saturday.
of the Auto-Cycling Union of Victoria at Warragul racecourse
W. Barker had a runaway victory in the 250 c.c. solo championship.
Thrills came fast from the start. In
the first event—the final of the Novice
Solo Handicap—Charlie Letch gave a
brilliant display. With only a few fur-
longs to go, he was 150 yards behind
the leader, but when he entered the
beat Wilkinson to the line by a few
when his front tyre came off and was
the lead half-way round the last lap,
but was stopped by engine trouble a few
across the line to finish third.
LONGLEY'S EASY WIN
Lapping at 65 miles an hour, W. Longley
thrilled the crowd in the 600 c.c.
to finish and won by 400 yards. His
time of 4 min. 1-25 sec. was 8 3-6 sec.
better than last year's time.
Bruce Rehn, the South Australian
rider, who was fancied for this event,
out. The title holder, Les. Darby, was
second and F. Cook third. Bill Barker
was the other starter.
The race for the 250 c.c. solo championship
Barker won by 100 yards from Barnett
in 4 min. 17 4-5 seconds, or 3-5th seconds
better than last year. Irvine was half
a lap behind, third. Mussett was the
Charlie Letch gave further proof of
solo handicap. Letch was brilliant on
the turns, hugging the fence and hardly
bad luck. His engine conked out shortly
SOLO—UP TO 350 C.C.
Final.—B. Wilkinson (348 c.c. A.J.S.), 20
sec., 1; L. Barnett (248 c.c. New Imp), 25
sec., 2; R. Hay (350 c.c. Harley), 15sec., 3.
4.12.
W. BARKER (250 c.c. Levis) ...1
L. BARNETT (248 c.c. New Imp.) ... 2
W. N. IRVIN (250 c.c. Levis) ... 3
Tlme, 4.17/4-5.
SIDECARS—UP TO 600 C.C.
W. Longley (490 c.c. Excelsior Jap) ... 1
L. Darby (493 c.c. Sunbeam) ... 2
F. Cook (588 c.c Norton) ... 3
Time, 4.1 2-5.
HANDICAP EVENTS
NOVICE SOLO—ALL POWERS
Final.—C. Letch (499 c.c. Rudge) 5sec.,
.............................................
L. Barnett (248 c.c. New Imp), 15sec., 3.
Won by a few yards. 47/3-5.
SOLO—UP TO 600 C.C.
Final.—C. Letch (499 c.c. Rudge), 10sec.,
, 1; R. Drysdale (499 c.c. Rudge), 25sec., 2;
S. Littlewood (498 c.c. Cov. Eagle), 20sec.,
3. Time, 4.6 4-5.
Final.—Four Laps: R. Pater (10sec.), 1;
W. Waugh (10sec.), 2; M. Moyyle (scr.), 3.
3 52.
(Other Results in Late Sport)
THRILLS FOR CROWD AT WARRAGUL WARRAGUL, Thursday. (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Thursday 26 December 1935 [Issue No.1404] page 4 2020-04-02 00:21 at the tum out of the straight, which
to negotiate. F. L, Byrne (Rudge) fell
at the turn out of the straight, which
to negotiate. F. L. Byrne (Rudge) fell
THRILLS FOR CROWD AT WARRAGUL WARRAGUL, Thursday. (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Thursday 26 December 1935 [Issue No.1404] page 4 2020-04-02 00:19 morning for solo machines
remarkable time in the sidccar trial by
morning for solo machines.
remarkable time in the sidecar trial by
THRILLS FOR CROWD AT WARRAGUL WARRAGUL, Thursday. (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Thursday 26 December 1935 [Issue No.1404] page 4 2020-04-02 00:17 Daring riding on a greasy track was witnessed by a croud of 5000
at the annual grass back carnical of the Auto Cycle Union of Victoria
Daring riding on a greasy track was witnessed by a crowd of 5000
at the annual grass back carnival of the Auto Cycle Union of Victoria
THRILLS FOR CROWD AT WARRAGUL WARRAGUL, Thursday. (Article), Sporting Globe (Melbourne, Vic. : 1922 - 1954), Thursday 26 December 1935 [Issue No.1404] page 4 2020-04-02 00:13 HRILLS FOR CR0WDI
WARRACUL.
ThursJaj.
Daring riding on a greasy track was witnessed by a croud of 5001
at the annual grass back carnical of the Auto Cycle Union of
.
at IVarragul racc-course today. There were many spills and crashes, m
of the most spcclacular occurring when three riders went doucn in thtfd
heat of the Nocicc All Powers Handicap.
More than 130 entries were received. To-.
day, only tune trials and handicap events
were contested, but ail riders who intend
0 tske part ill the championships on
Saturday had to qualify by competing in!
f?sPtim« were rccortjcd in the .'a
- v » a uJ. 1851 umes were recoraca in uie
e
Frank Mussett covcrcd a lap (seven
furlongs) in tile 230 c.c. trial in 49 sec.;
from a flyingstart His time for the
standing start was 58 sec. This was'
easily the best performance for thej
imorning for solo machines
Euce Rehn (South Australia) put up a
covering a lap in 51 sec. from a flyingl
start. . . . I
W. Longley recorded aSi 2-a sec. fromi
".. , a standing —- start in — the sidecar -, —r- test. "" An-,
Hay, » W ftgj ^S^e^J^
.n u,ft P In^ii' 12L!f< <lr. ^
c »ent condition except for a greasy,2
Patch at the turn out from the straight.:
i Tlicre was only one mishap in the morn-
ing. 13. is. Wilkinson wilKiuson falling taiung in a practice
run. received a sprained thumb, but this
. id Mt competing in the
llm c '"als.
'
. !
The afternoon events were packed |
with excitement from the start. f
In the second heat of the novice all- L
twice, but mounted liis machine each
time and eventually finished the coursc.i
None "one of oi the uie
;
riders riaers was uijurew. injured.
G. Morrison gave a wonderful display;
to win the first heat from scratch in 41
min. B 2-5 sec. for 4% miles. He handled |
the turns like a veteran and broadsided i
than 60 miles an hour, rode Brilliantly
a way almost a lap start' The , winner
of the heat, T. Duckworth (AJ.S.),
Wilson <A.J.S.). the scratch man
only o few yards behind the first and
second man. His time of 4 min. 3/2-5
see. will be difficult to beat.
troohy are: C. Letch 6. K. Fry 4. B.
Wilkinson 4. R. Hay 4. G. Wilson 4, E.
Rehn 3, G. Morrison 3. L. Barnett 3. T.
Duckworth 3. S. Littlewood 3. A- Jelleff 2.
Smith I. W. Barker 1. A. Kerry !i. L.
Byrne M- WILS0N RRnXlANT
display in the 600 ti. 60l0 handicap, for
wlilch his time — 8 min 55 sec. — was
Wilson, who Is a former Victorian champion.
and Frank Mussett, are favorites 'ft
). NOVICE SOLO HANDICAP (All Powers)
Flret Heat—G. Morrison (500 c.c. Douglas).
tcr.. 1; A. Jelleff (500 c.c.. Douglas)
5sec., 2: L. Baniett (240 c.c. New Imp.)
15sec.. 3. 100 yards. 4ailn. S/2-5MC.
Second Heat.—c. Leu
F
^^ ^
r - V ,.' 4 . M
fi, "SH 1 ,?" ,5 , 8 -
AJ.S 1.
' w ' w '
SOLO HANDICAP
DuckutirlhiMS tJ
J™. IskcT^: Bamev. 1M6 c.c.
Imp), Im„, 25sec.. » 2: F. Hutfett i3(8 cc. vd»
tte»
s«orS'Heat""— B , "tt'iiki:i"0'i |3B u
A J5.), 20iec.. 1; R. Hav1350 c.c. Rctri
. 15scc.. 2; G. Wilson |348 c.c. AJi), o
3. Three yards. 4mln 23sec.
SIDECAR HANDICAP (Al IVnuo)
; B. Rehn (596 c.c. Norton,. l;,tl
Cook (588 c.c. Nortonl, 4sec. 2; E. anill
(998 c.c. Harley), 15sec., 3. Wonby (a|
SOLO HANDICAP(DUO 1
First heat. _ c. Uldl c
l0sec., '— J 1; R. "" Hay ; (Sun c.c. L'ov. Q|lel.I| il
1 see.. 2, F. Mussett (348 c.c. ulrami]
nd ,
' «f-. 1; A. F. Fr>'U9H c c. Kudge'. |
; w. barker .250 c.c, Levis), s - 11
Won bv 50 vardi. Tune J.55.
• Third Heat!"—S. LltUevooa-19B
Eagle), ^us SJOscc. l; R Dijid^fc
Eel. 25: Keny 1
ind L. Byrne JSJ t
Rudge), lasec.. equal lliird. Sis ltnfUd
DISTBICT RIDERS, a Lap HandiaP j
First heat. — R. Bilson 1105yds.l. 1:'
Aillsonjlajyds.l, 2; A. Eddy '« d!l
2mln. 23sec.
Second heat. — R. Evtrctt itoj®', i-
"Oydj.i. 2; E. Chivm i usojds-l.' rsoyds.). i 9
Finol -R. Everett. I K Bistan. 1
Dent. 3. Won -by one lermili. Tinc.
— . , ,ps
„. DIb ™ ICT WUtR'5-T«0 UPS
Allison ..r'rst (90yds.), Heat: R 2; BJIston E. ,0><fs. I0t<6l
^ imln Plsec
i
'second Heat- G. Swaion iSOvds.). 1:1
Mills (50yds.). 2; A. EdJv , soyds ),
Final: R. Bilson, l
lmin. 24sec.
THRILLS FOR CROWD
WARRAGUL.
Thursday.
Daring riding on a greasy track was witnessed by a croud of 5000
at the annual grass back carnical of the Auto Cycle Union of Victoria
at Warragul race-course today. There were many spills and crashes, one
of the most spectacular occurring when three riders went down in the first
heat of the Novice All Powers Handicap.
More than 130 entries were received. To-
day, only time trials and handicap events
were contested, but all riders who intend
to take part in the championships on
Saturday had to qualify by competing in
today's races.
Many fast times were recorded in the
Frank Mussett covered a lap (seven
furlongs) in the 250 c.c. trial in 49 sec.
from a flying start. His time for the
standing start was 58 sec. This was
easily the best performance for the
morning for solo machines
Bruce Rehn (South Australia) put up a
covering a lap in 51 sec. from a flying
start.
W. Longley recorded 55 2-5 sec. from
a standing start in the sidecar test. An-
Hay, 52 3-5 sec. from a flying start.
In spite of rain, the track was in ex-
cellent condition except for a greasy
patch at the turn out from the straight.
There was only one mishap in the morn-
ing. B. Wilkinson falling in a practice
run, received a sprained thumb, but this
did not prevent him competing in the
time trials.
The afternoon events were packed
with excitement from the start.
In the second heat of the novice all-
twice, but mounted his machine each
time and eventually finished the course.
None of the riders was injured.
G. Morrison gave a wonderful display
to win the first heat from scratch in 4
min. 8 2-5 sec. for 4 3/8 miles. He handled
the turns like a veteran and broadsided
than 60 miles an hour, rode brilliantly
away almost a lap start. The winner
of the heat, T. Duckworth (A.J.S.),
Wilson (A.J.S.), the scratch man
only a few yards behind the first and
second man. His time of 4 min. 3 2-5
sec. will be difficult to beat.
trophy are: C. Letch 6, A. Fry 4, B.
Wilkinson 4, R. Hay 4, G. Wilson 4, E.
Rehn 3, G. Morrison 3, L. Barnett 3, T.
Duckworth 3, S. Littlewood 3, A. Jelleff 2,
Smith 1, W. Barker 1, A. Kerry ½, L.
Byrne ½.
WILSON BRILLIANT
display in the 600 c.c. solos handicap, for
which his time — 3 min 55 sec. — was
Wilson, who is a former Victorian champion,
and Frank Mussett, are favorites for
the finals of the handicap events and Vic-
torian grass track championships after their
NOVICE SOLO HANDICAP (All Powers)
First Heat—G. Morrison (500 c.c. Douglas),
scr., 1; A. Jelleff (500 c.c. Douglas),
5sec., 2; L. Barnett (246 c.c. New Imp.),
15sec., 3. 100 yards. 4min. 8 2-5sec.
Second Heat.—C. Letch (499 c.c. Rudge),
5sec., 1; A. F. Fry (499 c.c. Rudge), 20sec.,

2; B. wilkinson (348 c.c. A.J.S.), scr., 3.
Length. 4min. 17 2-5sec.
SOLO HANDICAP (350 c.c.)
First Heat.— A. Duckworth (348 c.c.
A.J.S.), 15sec., 1: L. Barnett (246 c.c. New
Imp), 25sec., 2; F. Mussett (348 c.c. Velo-
cette), scr., 3. 0min. 33sec.
Second Heat.— B. Wilkinson (348 c.c.
A.J.S.), 20sec., 1; R. Hay (350 c.c. Harley),
15sec., 2; G. Wilson (348 c.c. A.J.S.), scr.,
3. Three yards. 4min 23sec.
SIDECAR HANDICAP (All Powers)
B. Rehn (596 c.c. Norton), scr., 1;
Cook (588 c.c. Norton), 4sec. 2; R. Smith
(998 c.c. Harley), 15sec., 3. Won by five
SOLO HANDICAP (600 c.c.)
First heat.— C. Letch (499 c.c. Rudge),
10sec., 1; R. Hay (500 c.c. Cov. Eagle), 5
sec., 2; F. Mussett (348 c.c. Velocette) ?
sec., 3. Thirty yards. 4min 8sec.
Second Heat.— G. Wilson (348 c.c. A.J.S.),
scr., 1; A. F. Fry (499 c.c. Rudge) 25 sec.,
2; W. Barker (250 c.c. Levis), 5sec., 3.
Won bv 50 yards. Time 3.55.
Third Heat.—S. Littlewood (498 c.c. Cov
Eagle), 20sec., 1; R. Drysdale (499 c.c.
Rudge), 25sec. 2; A.A. Kerry (500 c.c.
Levis), 5sec., and L. Byrne (499 c.c.
Rudge), 15sec., equal third. Six lengths.
DISTRICT RIDERS, 3 Lap Handicap
First heat. — R. Bilson (105yds.), 1; A.
Allison (135yds.), 2; A. Eddy (120yds.), 3.
2min. 23sec.
Second heat. — R. Everett (40yds.), 1;
Dent (30yds.), 2; E. Gilvers (150yds), 3. ?
min. 18sec.
Final.—R. Everett, 1; R. Bilston, 2; ?
Dent, 3. Won by one length. Time, ?
DISTRICT RIDERS—TWO LAPS
First Heat: R. Bilston (70yds.), ?
Allison (90yds.), 2; E. V. Gilvers (100yds),
3. 1min. 25sec.
Second Heat.— G. Swallow (90yds.), 1; ?
Mills (50yds.), 2; A. Eddy (80yds ),3. ?
Final: R. Bilson, 1; J. Mills, 2: C. ?
son. 1min. 24sec.
CRASH THROUGH FENCE AT 50 M.P.H. Speedway Injuries (Article), News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954), Wednesday 20 November 1935 [Issue No.3,848] page 9 2020-03-31 04:26 CRASH THROUGIH
FENCE AT 50 M.P.H.,
SYDNEY. Wednesday.-Two on
Carlisle Rochester, 27. of Burwood,
is on a -visit from Bundarra, were
The driver, Samniel ggett. was
The car. travelling at more than 50
miles an hour. continued .rough 'the
denly, he said afterwards. he seemed
CRASH THROUGH
FENCE AT 50 M.P.H.
SYDNEY, Wednesday.-Two on
Carlisle Rochester, 27, of Burwood,
is on a visit from Bundarra, were
The driver, Samuel Aggett, was
The car, travelling at more than 50
miles an hour, continued through the
denly, he said afterwards, he seemed
Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Thursday 14 November 1935 page 7 2020-03-31 04:21 GORDON HALL and E H. UTTZ were called
GORDON HALL and E H. LUTZ were called
Advertising (Advertising), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Thursday 14 November 1935 page 7 2020-03-31 04:17 Allan Brace, sidecar racer, will leave for
at Kelly's Speedway Royal In Perth. Be said
yesterday that he would return to Agelaid*
with Aii.n Lewis (BeUarat) and Morrie Wil-
TiqTnc (Altoory) in January, qnri would coro—
? * * ?
MR. ALFRED MOYLE. patron Of the M.C.C.
of S.A.. has been holidaying in the eastern
? ? ? ?
GEOFF TBELAGGAN has been successful in
raising sufficient funds for the erection cf
fencing and gates at the M.C.C. of SA, club
? * ? ?
be at the clubhouse between 12 and 2 r Tn
an Monday for a. rehearsal or the items to be
? * ? ?
Accompanying DICK WISE? on the Strath
PARKER. 808 HARRISON, and JOE ABBOTT.
? ? ? ?
upon lor blood transfusion service during the
week. l
JIMMY t?ettt? o f the Douglas club, enter
? * ? ?
TANUNDA. —Members Til) meet at Zanders'
garage at 8.30 a.m. on Sunday. Novem
ber 24 for the run to Coromandel Valley to
ral meeting will be on Tuesday. November
Allan Bruce, sidecar racer, will leave for
at Kelly's Speedway Royal in Perth. He said
yesterday that he would return to Adelaide
with Allan Lewis (Ballarat) and Morrie Wil-
liams (Albury) in January, and would com-
* *
MR. ALFRED MOYLE, patron of the M.C.C.
of S.A., has been holidaying in the eastern
*
GEOFF TRELAGGAN has been successful in
raising sufficient funds for the erection of
fencing and gates at the M.C.C. of S.A. club
*
be at the clubhouse between 12 and 2 p.m.
on Monday for a rehearsal of the items to be
*
Accompanying DICK WISE on the Strath
PARKER, BOB HARRISON, and JOE ABBOTT.
*
upon for blood transfusion service during the
week.
*
JIMMY REID, of the Douglas club, enter
*
TANUNDA. —Members will meet at Zanders'
garage at 8.30 a.m. on Sunday, Novem
ber 24 for the run to Coromandel Valley, to
ral meeting will be on Tuesday, November
European Champion Crashes In Motor Cycle Race SYDNEY, November 10. (Article), The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), Monday 11 November 1935 page 5 2020-03-31 04:09 champion and holder of the European title).
Fenn fN.S.W.) and Frank Pearce dead
race from H. Haigh fEngland) and Les Gre
gory fEngland). in 1 min. 4 sec.
Jean RevlUe, the open British champion,
Beavis fVictoria) of 50 2-5 sec. racing over

champion and holder of the European title),
Fenn (N.S.W.) and Frank Pearce dead-
race from H. Haigh (England) and Les Gre
gory (England), in 1 min. 4 sec.
Jean Reville, the open British champion,
Beavis (Victoria) of 50 2-5 sec., racing over

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