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NEW SOUTH WALES RUGBY LEAGUE. FIRST GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

NEW SOUTH WALES Itl'CBV LEAGUE. FIKST GRADE. Wrsttrn Suburbs v. Ncwtwm, Su L-jte'« Oval, 3 13; W. .Vcill, touch-juilccs. II. r. .Uci.rn «aj L. Sheen. Eastern Suburbs v. Ulcbc, Agricultural GrounJ 3 r.; A. Xjhow; louth-juJgc;-, 11. Wo^-dhill and 't. ' K. 1'iiclan. .Amuiulsle v. North Svdntv, Wctuwerth Parl, 3.15- C. KuUt-11; touch-judRCJ. II. M. To-jlton and L. lliastn South EvJiiey v. Balnuin. Sydney Cricket Ground, 3 15; T. Jicilahun; touch-judge', L DovJe asd C. HrUler SECOXD GKADE.— Ealnuin v. Oltt-e, Sjdccv Cricket Ground, -J p.m., L. O'llJiley; Eastern' Suburbs v South Sjilaev, Agricultural Urojnd, 2 p.m., 1. Dickta T1URD GRADE.— Bilir.ain r. Eastern Suburb!. Went -vonb Park, 1 p.m.. !L iullicjton: Alexandria y. &*,ti Sydney, ltcofem Oval, 2 p.m., J. T. Black.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOMMY RYAN & FITZGERALD IN RETURN MATCH AT BRISBANE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

TOMMY RYAN & FITZGERALD IN RETURN MATCH AT BRISBANE i Hard-hitting Tommy Ryan is to try his hands ' on Ned Fitzgerald to-night at the Brisbane Sta- ; dium, where, a few weeks back, after being outpointed by the clever North Quccnslandcr, ; he came along with the punch, and put the , latter out for the ful! count. j Fitzgerald has frequently requested Mr. Marre , ;r- give him another chance against the Sydney lad. with the result that they are to come to- . gcther again to-night. It ought to be a very ,' interesting battle. Fitzgerald, no do-jbt. has learnt a thin? or two about the best means ; to adopt to steer clear of that knock-out fist. j They arc very fond of the little m;n in the ' ring in Brisbane, and small wonder, for they have had some very fine battles. Ryan has i the punch, and when it is allied with a good stock of science it makes the rr.an who posses ses the ingredients a draw card with the fans. And that is what Ryan has become with the sportsmen of the north...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE MATINEE BOXERS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

THE MATINEE BOXERS At Thursday's Stadium matinee. Jim Holden and Roy Minor provided the curtain raiser, a vigorous three-round bout. Dave Smith, with the able assii.tar.ee o: Roy Kearney, gave a most interesting, l:cturettc on boxing, illustrat ing blows Generally used and some that only the most expert could practice. Smith also sparred two rounds with R.K., and appears fit to fight for his life. , George Cook shewed out remarkably well in a bout with Roy Kearney, and ought to make things interesting for Ji:n Tracey. Tommy Uren, to meet Fred Kay nc::t Satur day night, boxed three rounds with Freddie Brett and brought down the house with his skipping. Fred Kay. as elusive as ever, caused roars of laughter by the manner in which he so fre qcntly not his head away or under young Ha.iley's swings, drives, and hooks. Buck Crouse was not seen to advantage, through the poor form of hij sparring partner. When will Buck and others realise that it is cfrenti.il to show well at a matinee perf...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JIM HILL AND LLEW EDWARDS, FAST & CLEVER LITTLE MEN AT MELBOURNE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

JIM HILL AND LLEW EDWARDS, FAST & CLEVER LITTLE MEN ' AT MELBOURNE All going well, Melbourne fans should wit ness a fast and exciting encounter at their Stadium to-nitht, when Llcw Edwards and Jirr.my Hill meet in their return contest. In the first at Sydney so;nc months back, the Englishman clearly outpointed anH finallv cutcd Sydney's brilliant featherweight cham pion, who, however, was not in his old fettle, bu: of late he has shown w.i marked im provement that he outpointed the brilliant Spargo, who, at featherweight limit, had out- ' pointed Edwards. j If the conditions for to-night's contest Pro vided for the featherweight limit. I would c.c i THIS PHOTOGRAPH OF BUCK CROUSE SHOWS HIM TO BE BIG ENOUGH TO j MAKE DAVE SMITH LOOK A SMALL FELLOW IN TO-NIGHTS I SYDNEY STADIUM BATTLE. I pect Hill to turn the tables on his conqueror. I But having signed for a 9.2 limit at ringside, it brings tr.c laas close together. We have the best of leasor.s lor forming a high opinion of t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

rM.,-rr.^.- | [?j^.a.n n.fflwar- ? ? ??????? ? ?« j— — ^— ?? ^i TOWN HALL w* ' 1 TO-NIGHT-SATURDAY j *? ' Eld 1 FOL'KTH | p^) Pi NEW ARTISTS BF'* S! OLD FAVORITES ! ^^ ISCIXMSCS Till: MKIIKYVALE QUARTETTE. j $£^- Hook Early to Avulil Disappointment. j IfflJ ' Conjtrt Direction: \ Bfl/g) ** j AltTHUE SUMMONS. I JjS W

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUCK CROUSE WILL RE-APPEAR IN SYDNEY AGAINST DAVE SMITH [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

BUCK CROUSE WILL RE-APPEAR IN SYDNEY AGAINST DAVE SMITH At the Sydney Stadium to-night the American 'mid-heavyweight. 'Buck' Crouse, will tackle Dave Smith, whose fine showing against Darcy has brought him back into high favor with box ing followers. Crouse has had one battle since the eventful night when Darcy put him on the canvas, and ' in it defeated Mid: King on points in Mel- , bourne, a fact which implies that the big Amc- j rican is more than a mere hitter, for King has 1 heaps of science. Since returning to the game Dave Smith has had contests with Clabby. Colin Bell and | Darcy. and fans arc conversant with his form. George Cool: and Tom O'MaIIcy. who box regu larly with him, tell me that Smith is as rugged and fast as ever. In fiat case it looks as if yet another win will go to t'.:c credit of Aus tralia against Amcric.-i this year. Colin Bell, who for son-.- time lias Veen spaT ring partner jnd trainer to Eu:k Crouse, is enthusiastic over his rr..-:i'r, form. Much as he,...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

SCREEN SNAPSHOTS New Triangle programme at the Lyceum to night. Fine Arts drama. Fine Arts comedy-drama, and Triangle Keystone cor.«i!y. Acquitted, the drama, features Wilfred Lucas, IScssic^LiDvc, Msry Aldcn, and Sam Dc Grassc. Reggie Mixes In has Douglas Fairbanks and Bessie Love, and Better Late Than Never William Collier and Mac Busch. Reggie Mixes In gives Fairbanks a splendid opportunity to display his athletic prowess. As a fresh but rich younn |-ilosopncr who enters the 'beer and beeistcah' area one day and meets a cute little girl (Becsic Love), he has great play with his infectious laush and happy disposition. The girl, he finds, is of a good family, but ha.; to work as a dance sirl in Gallagher's saloon. Reggie is very much attracted by her, and, with clothes to match, one day swaggers into the saloon. He loafs around for i while, and suddinly there are a few revolver sho:s — the bouncer has had a row with the chief crook. Where is Keggie ? Why, perched high up on the cha...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GEORGE COOK & JIM TRACEY HAVE BOXING FANS IN AN EXPECTANT MOOD [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

GEORGE COOK & JIM TRACEY HAVE BOXING FANS IN AN EXPECTANT MOOD I Most things, whether for good or evil, come \ in trots, as the racing knuts put it. Sullivan end Godfrey put up a great contest on Monday night, and it might be the start of a succes sion of exciting contests. Smith and Crouse look like providing some thing fast and exciting lo-r.ight. And Cook and Tracey on Monday ni^ht gives similar Fromise. When Cook came to town a few months back, he rr.eant to Icarn his business from old-timer Jim B.irron, but on his return home different arrangements were made, with the result that Cook went under tuition to Dave Smith, who voted him another Darcy. His slight experience with Jim Barron con vinced that worthy that Cook was something beyond the ordinary. Witn the testimonials of two such cx;::rts. Cook must be the goods. What 1 have seen of the youth in private and at the Stadium matinees convinced me that he is exceptionally fast, especially for one so massive. With his en...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEATRICAL TIT-BITS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

THEATRICAL TIT-BITS Goldin Arrow Day. Sec page 8 for particulars. The Third Degree at the Royal to-nicht. Merryvale Pops resumed at the Town Hall to-night. ? BARBARA BARRINGTON, THE BEAUTIFUL V/HITE CAPTIVE IN THE TIGER GOD, A HORACE GOLDIN ILLUSION AT THE TIVOLI. ? Even if you do pick losers at Moorcfield to day, you have a chance of a good winner in the evening. You'll find the tip on page 8. Peg o' My Heart concludes her hefty run next week, and will flit to Melbourne. The Strollers will stroll into the Palace next Saturday. The Boomerang continues to score hits at the Criterion. Only seven more nights of The Merry Widow, who will give place to the demure Miss Gibbs at Her Majesty's. Vcra Pearce's domain as Queen of the Follies now extends across the Tasman. Auckland is NELLIE PAYNE, „.. , „ CHAS. ALBERT, Dancers In The Merry Widow, at Her .Mujeilys. ? ..______. at her feet, and even Sabbatarian Dunedin will | not be able to resist her when she gets to that | southerly city which...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

HILDAMERE'5 ??GLADIOLf BULBS month, when tame tun k* rc-iil.m-.oj au,l 'umnhrr m.i.-k flowering will lie tlic- rosdt unotntr qulik Magnillctnt clon. will ,1,, well anywhrrc, In Aujtrali* 01'H SPECIAL MIXTL'P.K. s/ DOZEN. Kow IS ^rfHftSfef d RosEii HILDAMERE NURSERY CO. SEED AND PLANT MERCIlWts. ? KB GEOIiUE SIKEET. SVuNK*?

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MERRYVALE POPS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

MERRYVALE POFS. The fourth of these popular concerts will be Siven at the Sydney Town Hall to-night, the artists engaged being : Miss Carrie Lanceley, Miss Gcraldinc Ward. Messrs. Chas. Smythe, Sid Macdonald, Harry Thomas, Ernest Tru man, Warwick McKenzic, Ernest Kerry, and the Merryvale Quartette, with Mr. G. Vern Barnett as accompanist. Mr. Ernest Kerry, the unbeaten champion ephomumist oi the world, late principal of the Royal Besses o' th' Barn Band, will play the most difficult com position ever written for a brass instrument, especially arranged for Mr. Kerry by Mr. Alex. Owen, conductor of the famous band. The management have also secured the ser vices of the English .tenor, Mr. Philip New bury, who will appear at their concert on July 29; also the Italian harpist, Mr. Joseph R. Truda, Miss Winifred Carter (professor of harp at Conservatorium), Miss Davis (famous Scot tish contralto, etc. By the death during the week of Miss Josephine Cohan (Mrs. Fred Niblo) the stage loses o...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE BOXERS :: TO-NIGHT'S BATTLES IN ALL STATES Big Buck Crouse and Dave Smith at Catchweights :: Hill and Edwards in Melbourne [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

AMONG THE BOXERS :: TO-NIGHT'S BATTLES IN ALL STATES - V - ,--w^» ,..9^., VJ-.-VJ, t-r^V Big Buck Crouse and Dave Smith at Catchweights :: Hill and Edwards in Melbourne By SOLAR PLEXUS. There is such good material amonn the Monday night boys that elimination bouts to determine who is the State's light, feather, and bantam champion, might reasonably be ar ranged, with the ccciding battle of twenty three-minute rounds. All three titles arc in abeyance. Long Jim Treacy was very pleased on re turning from Melbourne on Monday to find that his conic:: with George Cook, for Mon- I day night rent, was still on. Wonder if. after ? all. he will have cause to regret I: ? Cook's friends are very saneuinc concerning the result. J Harry Marquet. through boxing a lot with Dave Smith, has improved very much. He and Blucy McCarthy's youthful giant. Dunmall. would be a good match for a Monday night. Now that he has struck something approach ing form. Sid Sullivan says he is prepared to meet the winne...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WHAT A COW : [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

WHAT A COW : An American now in Sydney tells a story of a newly-elected member of a New York theatrical club. He was a discovery brought to town for a new production, and he looked fresh. On his first visit alone to the club he ordered a large glass of milk. Some of tho members looked astonished and winked at tho barman. The result was that the new member got a large glass of whisky just colored with MAX SELINSKY, Tho Russian Violinist at the Tivoii Theatre. milk. The members smiled. The tenderfoot emptied the tumbler in one long draught. Then a look of wondering happiness came over his face. He was quiet for a moment, gave a great sigh of content, and said, 'Beautiful Heaven. What a cow ! '

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AT SYDNEY SHOWS ROMANCE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

[?] ROMANCE At the Theatre Rnyal. Melbourne, last Satur day, began Romance, a delightful story of human nature, which is proving very successful in both England and America. The story deals with the fascination of Bishop Armstrong, when n curate, for an ope ratic singer, and of her sacrifice in order that her desire may not hamper his retention of his high purpose. Seated in hir. wcll-appoin'.cl study on , Washington-square, U.S.A., at 10 in the even- I ing, Suzettc (Miss Alma Rock Phillips), -iis | granddaughter, is passing a pleasant half-hour with the aged Bishop (Mr. Fr.-.nk Harvey), entertaining him with some operatic scms from Pagliacci on the r.ramophar.c. Several arc tested for his approval, when suddenly -he asks that a particular air be stopped immediately. requesting that one of Harry Lander's souks, I Love a Lassie, be played instead, with the result that the Bishop — in fact, the whole house — keep time to the popular comedian's long. Prior to retiring for '.he night, S...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALL THE PROMINENT TURF TOPICS OF THE HOUR Moorefield and V.A.T.C. Meetings To-Day : A.J.C. Derby Candidates: Minimum Weight ONE MEETING IN SYDNEY TO-DAY GOOD FIELDS AT MOOREFIELD ARE POSSIBLE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

ALL THE PROMINENT TURF TOPICS OF THE HOUR ^~^ *»— * -s-^ 3 -S*-3- -t~3- -£*«» «~f-& - -Svf& Moorefield and V.A.T.C Meetings To-Day : A.J.C. Derby Candidates: Minimum Weight ONE MEETING IN SYDNEY TO-DAY GOOD FIELDS AT MOOREFIELD ARE POSSIBLE By CARDIGAN. Moorefield is the main attraction in Sydney this afternoon, and with no opposition in the shape of a pony meeting ths crowd :* sure to be big. Moorefield is generally a good place for backers, but they can hardly expect »uch another day as thry had at W.irwkk Farm, w.icn lour aoso:uie favorites were successtul. The fieldn this afternocn promire to be bi{, and although at prcrcnt a division rni?ht us necessary in the rio'.arah Stakes or Nursery Handicap (Moorcficld will not run more than 25), the chances are the scratching^ v.-il'. be i sufficiently numerous to allow thore races to | be run in ore. | The New Ze.ilanrlcr. Gilen: Way, has dropped I out of the principal handicap. learKii Chid at ? the head of thr list, bu...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GET A RUDDER. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

GET A RUDDER. 'Get a rudder,' shouted some wag to one of the University players last week when he did cne of those kicks to touch by the shortest pos sible route. It was good advice, and might well be taken by many players who do not try to make ground with their touch-finding efforts. Holmes, who has been figuring as a back for Newtown this year, will probably be able to go back to his old position in the forwards again to-day, and his rc-appcarancc in the position should be interesting. There arc few more pro mising forwards, and his bacii-ficld experience should help him a lot. J. Grose, the Glebe-Balmain player, now with the Field Artillery on the way to the front, writes to his brother, secretary of the club : 'There are quite a number of players on board. Harold Williams, the Eastern Sub urbs three-quarter, who represented in 1914, Ted Fancy. Bill Cndy, and Frank Buckle, also representatives of 1914 or 19K-, arc all aboard. 'Barney Weil, our old ciuL-:naic, id wc.l. raiuy and ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO INCREASE THE MIMIMUM WEIGHT Proposed in New Zealand: Would it Act in Australia ? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

TO INCREASE THE MIMIMUM WEIGHT Proposed in New Zealand: Would it Act in Australia? By CARDIGAN. There is a movement afoot in New Zealand to increase the minimum weight from 6.7 to 7.0. and one wonders how it would work here. It would certainly be a good idea in the country districts, where owners are unable to secure risers at the weights their horses are handi capped at. and have to get out of their trouble by putting up pounds, and sometimes stones. over. Particularly is this noticeable in the Newcastle district, where, week in and week out, one reads of where certain horses carried several pounds over. This, of course, would be overcome to a great extent by increasing the minimum weight. On the other hand, it must not be overlooked that if the minimum was increased it would operate against youngsters who are light and just commencing to ride. It is no use denying that some of the very small apprentices get riding, not lor the ability they show in the saddle, but for the simple re...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SOCCER NOTES DIVERGENT PARTIES COMING TOGETHER LIKE DOVES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

SOCCER NOTES DIVERGENT PARTIES COMING TOGETHER LIKE DOVES By VOLUNTEER. H What is being termed the deciding match of the First League is Annandale v Pyrmont, at the Sports Ground this afternoon. To secure a verdict against Annandale has been the dream of Pyrmont for some time. But it is equalled by the desire of Annandale to preserve their unbroken run of actual wins. When the teams met in the first round, a most even and rattling game went to Annandale by a goal to nothing. Pyrmont's performances have been more or less inconsistent since, for it is recorded that North Sydney (3-1) and Drum moyne (3-2) have beaten them. On the other !iand Annamlalc's performances have been more in accordance with their previous victories. There is not a world of difference in their styles of play, but Annandale lias been the more accurate particularly in the forwards and half baclts. But in the full-backs Pyrmont have an ad mitted advantage, whicli is gained because the Blue pair (Anderson in partic...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WITH THE DERBY CANDIDATES PROSPECTS FOR BIG FIELD LOOK VERY BRIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

WITH THE DERBY CANDIDATES PROSPECTS FOR BIG FIELD LOOK VERY BRIGHT By CARDIGAN. The largest field that has ever faced the starter for the A.J.C. Derby was when Cisco won in 1911, while the smallest was in 1878,! when His Lordship beat two others. This year the prospects look bright for an extra large field, but the chances are if Wolaroi goes on all right he will frighten several. However, it looked t1:= same after the Rosc nill Guineas last year, when on lorm and every thing else Wallace Isini;!ar.r, looked the certain winner of the A.J.C. blue ribbon, but nevcrthe- ' lets nine others had what looked cheek to oppose him, yet Cetigne war. equal to downing him. It just goes to show that anything is likely to happen in racing, and perhaps with this in mind several owners will be prepared to tackle the little black, even if he goes on as well is his trainer could wWi. I have not seen him since he has been put into work, but have been told that he looks very well, although he -has not g...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TOMMY GRIFFIN NOT DONE YET. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

TOMMY GRIFFIN NOT DONE YET. Two old stagers, who, by their games, proved ?V-t they should never have retired, in Tommy Critfin and Doc Gcddcs, turned out for the Shoremen last Saturday. The former, along side Graham in the front rank, proved himself in his best form in the scrum work, and, be tidei, showed more then might have been e\ 1 cctea Irom him in the open. Gcddcs was more than useful, and his try showed that he can Mill call to his aid some cunnmg and sidc BtcppinE when necessary. Both should still have a few years of Rugby in them. A noted absentee from the matches lately is Leslie Seaborn, called by some 'The Pre historic' on account of his quarter-century connection with the game. Lieut. Lcs h now at Liverpool Camp on Home service in connec tion with the forces, and misses his games as much as the games miss him. North's new talent last Saturday included Wilkinson a player who learnt his game at St. Ignatius' College; Rule, a Chatswood School Sf wS Wiwg thr«-?uarter, and ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
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