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SUNDAY "HERALD" CROSSWORD—No. 4 [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

SUNDAY "HERALD" CROSSWORD-No. 4 ACROSS: I, He crows to see the as. piration on the caper grin. (II) ft. This Victorian town find me without a heart, (3) 8. Just the time for a con- test between a small num- ber and a portion of the ashes. (8) 9, Highly virtuous recruit to Holy "Orders. (6) 11, Just the jewels for a hot soldier. (IO) 12. The inclination of Jack Spratt. (4) 14. Trickling out with the ruler of the grassland. (7) 15. This relative of heat gives the wife's mother fifty after tea. (7) 17. Makes a little go a long way when met about these most timorous people. (7) 19. The racecourse favourite, perhnps, is running on the rails. (7) 20. You can do this to make . baby sleep-but don't .bash him with it. (4) 22. Returning son of Scot Wind takes a jury to the French bell-tower in Italy . (IO) 24. How a steed might pro- ceed in a trance. (6) 25. Is this why some people find it so difficult to reach out for money? (8) 26. Penniless gesture of as- sent. (3) 27. The layer once stood...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Suit And Summer Frock DOUBLE-BREASTED JACKET [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Suit And Summer Frock DOUBLE-BREASTED JACKET S.H.5111 Tailored and ?.??-'? . ? trim, mis sun would be a smart addition to any wardrobe, Designed on double-breasted lines, the jacket fastens with buttons from the neck to the waist. The full length sleeves are smartly classic. The seal PATTERNS are 1/3 each and can be obtained from the "Sunday Herald" Pattern Department, Stn Floor, Hera)d Building (Pitt Street entrance), or hy post, They are «vail able for one month from date of publication, ORDER FORMS SHOULD BE PRESENTED WITH EACH ORDER OVER THE COUNTER OR ENCLOSED WITH APPLI- CATIONS BY POST. Send postal applications io "The Sunthy Herald'" Pat- tern Service, Bo* SOé, G.P.O.. Sydney, enclosinp. postal note for 1/3 for each pattern ordered. <, GIVE THE'PATTERN NUMBER. SIZE. YOUR FULL NAME AND ADDRESS. loped collar and nipped-in wajst are charming details. Cut in two pieces, the skirl flares smartly from the hips, Make your pattern from tweed, small check, or any ol the me...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
These Children Deserve Better Schools [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

These Children Deserve Better Schools T«*tftiafftl*e2* A P°°' °^ wa,cr a 'cw inches deep leads from these two undraincd drinking troughs at Canley Vale school to the school entrance li OMj^IBi>. go yards away. Children put their mouths direct on the fountains. There are no shields. Most boys'don't wear shoes because of mud and water in the schoolyard. Parents say a pair of shoes lasts only three weeks if worn to the school. School buildings are,in a state of disrepair. ?7>.4 ixiiKtn. The mud and water at the entrance .Killi* c1 Bl I, t.. to Canley Vale school leads to the tv,o main drinking fountains where children queue up for a drink of water in recess and lunch periods. ? J__^ "" Old Guildford school was built about 60 years ago for 30 pupils. Now it has 340. Many more homes are being erected in IlUls« the area. Two portable wooden rooms are the only additions made to accommodate the school's extra pupils. This is one. A teacher said the rooms are "hot in summer and cold in...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PASSENGERS TO U.K. Migrant Ship [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

PASSENGERS TO U.K. Migrant Ship i ' The migrant ship Georgie, due in Sydney to-morrow morning, will carry passengers on the re- turn trip to England. Special migrant ships usually return empty to England. The Georgie will sail for Lon- don on Thursday or Friday. A spokesman for Macdonald, Hamilton and Co.. Sydney agents for the Georgie,'said last night that there were from 500 to 600 berths available for the return Journey. The Georgie arrived in Fre- mantle with 2,000 migrants-the largest single batch to reach Aus- tralia to date. The spokesman said she would not be carrying anywhere near this number home. The accom- modation available would not be in the luxury class, but two and three berth cabins would be avail- able. All shipping companies have i large waiting lists for people anxious to go to England on busi I ness or for the- London season, which begins in April.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PROF. DAVIDSON [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

PROF. DAVIDSON -. Professor L. S. P. Davidson, j Professor of Medicine at Edin-| 1 burgh University, will arrive in ¡ {Sydney to-morrow from Mel- i bourne to give a series of lectures under the auspices of the Post-1 Graduate Committee of Medicine, of the University of Sydney. He will lecture on food ration-' ing in Britain at the Conserva-] torium on February 23.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Golf Club Details [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Golf Club Details ASQUITH -Slablcford A Grade M Brnngwln (13) 40 fl Grade H Clark (16) 33 AUSTRAI IAN -Summer Cup Best ball v pir R Nicholl (11) D Aarons (17) S up A P Steicnson (6) D A Richardson (14) 4 up D H Kent (ID k J Kirby (5) 4 up B Allerton (5) D B Loudon (10) 3tup R Dowling (17) L G Willhms d2) 3 up A\ OCA -Slablcford W Slood (6) 31 S Ellis (9) H ABONDAI»-»es1 bill \ par G P Store» (II) W H Mann (19) IO up R N Dirling (11) H J Brigden 0«) 9 up Best scratch score P L Held (6) T Peters (4) squire BAI GOWI AH -Stablcford Trcd Tro zeil Memorial A Grade F C Smith Ifi) 43 1 C Allc> (6) 38 B Cndc R Jones (16) 41 A J k Thorburn (15) 39 C Gndc H E Green (17) 41 r H Bray (l8) 41 BANKSTOWN-Medal A Grade r W Pedersen (14) 67 B Grade J W McNeill (22) 65 C Gride L T Hannon (27) 67 BAY\ IF« -Stiblcford W Murphy (13) 18 H Lo>cll (15) 37 Assocl ales Par Mrs R Harris (19) 1 down REVLRLF1 PARK-Best bill igpre pile Stablcford 1 Wyall (6) and H Diinmhrlcs (11) 69 \\ Kcrmond (12) and T kc...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Women In Sport L.G.U. Has New Pilot In Year Of Big Events [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Women - - - - In Sport ~xr L.G.U. Has New Pilot In Year Of Big Events By PAT BORTHWICK T^HE 1949 golf season *in N.S.W. will embrace a big programme. It will include the national titles, to be played on the Royal Sydney course at the end of August. This year also sees the réintro- duction of women's A grade inter-club matches, which have not been played since before the war. The N.S.W. Ladies'. Golf Union needs a strong and cap- able . hand to guide it through the difficult months ahead. Though Miss D. Boys has re- signed as secretary, Miss Isobel Ducker, now has come forward to fill the position. As a member of Killara club for 22 years and a consistent week-end player, Miss Ducker is well known to golfers. In the past she has contri- buted valuable assistance as act- ing secretary. She has the capacity for ad- ministration so essential in carry- ing through a big fixture list. -^ Speedy Mother JTORMED three years ago, and only affiliated last season, the Lithgow Athletic Club has ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DOWN THE FAIRWAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

I DOWN THE FAIRWA ¥S li «V PltOSPEH ELLIS With the preparation of new club programmes under way, golfers are discussing the merits and demerits, of having 16 players to qualify by stroke rounds for club championship match play. THERE are two reasons why this number is so frequently adopted. Interest is created among mem- bers to have the privilege of qualifying; match practice is pro- vided for those who do so. s The object of the champion- ship should be to find the cham- pion of the club for the year. In most clubs, with 16 to qualify, the qualifying round really has no bearing on the championship test. It is common for players to take the round lightly. Wilh eight as the limit it is different, and one cannot afford to be a poor stroke player if he is to be the champion. * * * JfOT so long ago a game at Roseville was not "played under the best conditions. Fairway grass was sparse, with the result that the ball would often take a bound to the valley below. All is now changed. .Ther...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEATEN "ALL ENDS UP" BY THIS ONE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

BEATEN "ALL ENDS UP" BY THIS ONE Ray Lindwall was completely beaten by this ball from South Australian bowler Geoff Noblet, which bowled him in the Sheffield Shield match at the Sydney Cricket Ground yesterday.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
POIDEVIN-GRAY SCOREBOARD [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

POIDEVIN-GRAY SCOREBOARD i Mosman entered the final of the Poidcvin-Gray Shield competition yesterday, by holding RandwickMo a draw at Mosman Oval. Rain interfered with play, and when Randwick declared, with eight out for 99, Mosman was left 105 minutes to make the nins. Batfing stubbornly, Mosman had lost four wickets for 54 runs, from,29 overs, at stumps. Paddington, leader of the southern zone, was unable to play its match against Balmain at Drummoyne. There was no play in the matches Gordon v Manly, at Chatswood; North Sydney v Glebe, at North Sydney Oval; Cumberland v Petersham, at Petersham; and Waverley v N. District, at Waverley. RANDWICK v MOSMAN RANDWICK. First lnnlncs. W. BRYANT, c 'Cheadle, b 1 Warbv .\. 11 R. RIGNEY, b Warby . 4 J. TROY, c Cheadle, b Ford . 12 1. DRENNAN, c Dempsey b Ford. 2 A, RAISIN, b CallaRhan - li . K. MCGREGOR, c Love, b Ford 40 I. HADLEY, c Warby, b Ford 0 R. WILSON, c Macdonald, b Tord . Io R. DUNCAN, not out . 6 C. MATH A, not out..".. I Sundri...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Poor Showing By "Middle" N.S.W. Batsmen [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Poor Showing By "Middle" N.S.W. Batsmen By W. J. O'Reilly The serious weakness in the "middle" of the N.S.W. batting list is a problem of no little importance to our selectors. The general ineffectiveness' of this section was revealed by the scoreboard, which showed that eight wickets fell for 97 runs. Arthur Morris's century in- nings saved the day for N.S.W. The others, apart from Moroney and de Courccy, made rather a poor showing against the South Australian attack. Sensing that all was not going according to plan with his off side shots, Morris wisely decided to chance his arm much more frequently than is his custom. In his attractive display of ven- turesome stroke-making, there were many shots which would not have satisfied the purist. Several times he might have been caught, had the fieldsmen shown the enterprise expected of them. But, apart from these blemishes, which were the direct outcome of his desire to force the pace, {he captain's effort ensured a first inning's lead ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DRAW FOR GRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

DRAW FOR GRADE -.-\ The 16 grade cricket teams have been drawn into sections of four-Nos. 1 to 4 being in the first section-for the remaining three rounds of the competition. ' At the end of 'the three1 rounds, the premiership will be decided on the total points scored in-the full competition. Thus the premiership is not necessarily confined - to the present leading four. I Following is the newly-made draw for the remaining three rounds in first grade: 12th round, Feb. 19 and March 5: Northern District V Cumber- land, at Parramatta; Balmain v St. George, Drummoyne; ?Western Suburbs v Mosman, Mosman; Waverley v Glebe, Waverley; Randwick v Gordon, Coogee; Marrickville, v .Manly, Marrick- ville; North Sydney v Petersham, North Sydney; University v Pad- dington, Rushcutter Bay. 13th round, March 12 and 19: Northern District v St. George, Hurstville; Balmain v Cumber- land, S.C.G., No. 1; Western Suburbs v Glebe, Pratten Park; Waverley v Mosman, Mosman; Randwick v Manly, Manly; Mar- rick...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PENNY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

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Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SCOREBOARD NEW SOUTH WALES. First Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

^ORÍÉÍOARD NEW SOUTH WALES. First Innlnss. A. R. MORRIS. Jhsr, h McLean lift J. .BURKE, c Walls, h Noblel . 7 J. MORONEY, e DiiliUg. b McLean .'.. 45 R. JAMES, c Hnmcnce. b McLean . 4 W. DONALDSON, c Lunule), h O'Neill . « J. DE COURCEY, lbs», b Noblet 46 R. SAGGERS, c Langlo, h Bow. ' ley . 7 R. UNOWALL, h Noblet .... 3 F. JOHNSTON, run nut . 4 A. WALKER, not nut . 14 Total . Ml Fall ol wickets: 20, 164, 164, 164, 201, 229, 232, 235, 243, 261. BOWLING. O. M. R. W. O'Neill . 14 1 45 1 Noblet . 20.3 4 57 4 Bowley . 12 1 3d 1 Gosier . 7 » 4» 0 McLean . 10 t) 60 3 Bje» 5, lcc-bjn 6, no-hull 1 (O'Neill). SOUTH AUSTRALIA. First Innings. 186. Second Innings. K. LEWIS, not out . 1 K. COOLER, not out . 0 No «Icket for . 1 Bnssllns: Llndtsall, (II.

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SKEETS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

W**r *y LINGt DOW WALLING ! Printed and publlihed by John F«W*x i Son« Ply. Limited, at Hie registered office ot the Compan>, 3S Hunter Street, Syd

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bad Test Start [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

Bad Test Start - JOHANNESBURG, Feb. 12 KA.A.P.). - England started disastrously in the fourth Test match against South Africa, losing Hutton at 3. Crapp and Washbrook de- fended dourly against hostile bowling from Tuckett and Mc- Carthy. ' - Scores: ENGLAND.-First lnninas: L. Hutton, b Tuckett. 2: C. Washbrook, not out, 41: J. F. Crapp. not out. 44; sumirles, }. One wicket lor 90 (lunch). i i

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BUMPERS CAN REBOUND AGAINST OUR PLAYERS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

BUMPERS CAN REBOUND ÀGAINSt OUR PLAYERS] By W. J. O'REILLY _ rî One feature of Australian cricket which merits fairly close examination at the present moment is the frequency with which the high-bouncing ball is used in the attack. Perhaps it is more com- fortable for us to close our eyes to its implications, and avoid it as a subject which must not be com- mented upon outside the dressing-room. One of these days, however, some exasperated captain will quite rightly ask the umpires to"give a "definition" or an "in- terprétation" of the word "in- timidation," as it applies in the cricket rule book. I underwent my baptism in Test cricket at a time when the word "intimidation" was thought to have some real and particu- larly "tangibite" claim for being incorporated into ¿ne of the rules which govern tltc game. Nowadays, however, so long as the captain employs some restraint in the formation of his onside field for his "short pitcher" experts, it seems that the "Bean Ball" or the "scone...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LITTLE ALI [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

BILL DAVIES

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Tarzan [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 13 February 1949

L EDGAR RICE 4 / BURROUGHS -,

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