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Cancellation Move Shock To Grafton [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Cancellation Move Shock To Grafton GRAFTON, Saturday. -Group 2 and Upper Clarence Rugby League officials were shocked at the English League's pro- posal this week to cancel the Grafton match next year. The English proposal to cancel the Grafton game and two in Queensland was rejected by the N.S.W. League which foreshadows an Australian, Board of Control decision. The itinerary combines the North Coast and I'orth1 West of N.S.W., taking iv five groups, for the Grafton match. Mr. J. Burgess, Group 2 , selector and Upper Clarence-' League official, said yester- day the loss of the match would cripple North Coast football. Plans Laid "Ruby League has been on the wane on the coast over the last two or three years and this match is just what is needed to give it a boost," said Mr. Burgess. 'Tentative, arrangements have been made to accom- modate 60 players and offi- cials at Grafton for the' game." Upper Clarence League secretary. Mr. Ray Mc-. ' Ñamara, said that he could not understand w...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Bustling Tactics By Geo. Moore On Tarien Criticised [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

lliEsllíiig Tactics j Geo« Moore On Tar¡4kii Criticised MELBOURNE, Saturday. - Tarien, 6-4 favourite for the Cantala Stakes at Flemington to-day couldn't have won the race had it been run a dozen times. However, George Moore's impetuous handling of the mare didn't please conservative members and punters who invested hard cash .on her. side berth in a field of 12, was driven out of " the barrier by Moore as if the race was the Oak- leigh Plate. As heads were turned for home Tarien, then in second place behind Kewarra, was swamped and eventually beat only one home. - Rio Janeiro (11-2) fought on best in a desperate finish to beat Praeclarus and Mac- farlane. Mr. A. Hughes Hum- phreys, part-owner of Rio Janeiro, probably listened, to tbe race in the Aus tralian Bight on bis way 1 home from England. The other part-owner. Mr. H. H. Berry, said: "1 wrote to Mr. Humphreys and told him we hoped for Rio Janeiro's win in the Cantala, and told him to try to pick up a broadcast of the race. "Th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

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Mazooka Runs Truly To Land Many Wagers [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Mazooka Runs Truly To Land Many Wagers Mazooka showed no sign of greenness in ' winning the Juvenile ^Maiden Stakes at Rand- wick yesterday. * Starting at 5-4 on, Ma- zooka beat Bay Monk (9-2) by a length with Farquhar (6-1) a length and a half away, third. Erratic running near the home turn had contributed to Mazooka's defeat by In- dian Empire in the A.J.C. Çanonbury Stakes' at his only previous start. But yesterday Mazooka gained enough ground at the home turn to make victory certain, and jockey A. Ward .kept him close to the fence and increased his advantage by at least a length at this point. The time of 1.1 for five furlongs 13 l-3yds was : ar- ticulacy smart and was \i seconds better than Middle- brook in the previous event. Bespoken, having his first start, showed tremen- dous speed to lead by twp lengths after the field had {ravelled 50 yards. But he showed the need of racing experience by 'ug ging out and allowing Ma- zooka to come through to be a clear leader. Hard Ridden...

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Manager's Picture [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Manager's Picture A photograph published Ia tho Sports 'Section last Sunday was of Mr. D. Mc- pherson, manager of Mr. U. Ç. Bath's stud at Scone, and Bot''of'Mr. Bath himself as Stated. .

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Strappers In Cup Event [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Strappers In Cup Event - MELBOURNE, Satur- day,-Several famous sets of racing colours, some of horses engaged in this year's Melbourne Cup and some of past champions, will be on show at Flem- ington to-morrow when the strappers' Melbourne Cup will be run. This Melbourne Cup - a footrace over the Cup course -is being organised as an annual event. Permission was sought and given for the racé to be on the. course proper, and a suitable trophy has been donated by Melbourne owner, Mr. O. R. Porter. The entrants, stable boys from four States, will run in racing colours borrowed for the day. The race was conceived by Neville Johnson, who is head stableboy for Rand- wick trainer T. J. Smith, and Sydney apprentice P. Burkhardt when they were in Melbourne last year. The "Cup" last year was won by the dark horse of the field, John Motherwell, who came from" Adelaide to strap Welloch.

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WATER POLO GAINS FAVOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

WATER POLO GAINS FAVOUR LISMORE, Saturday. - Water polo is becoming popular in the Far North Coast area this season and a district carnival early next year is expected to give it a further boost. Kyogle, Murwillumbah, Casino and Lismore 'Dig- gers' Clubs will field teams at the carnival, after which a district side may be country championships.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

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Best Records Of The Week [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

liest Records Of Tlie Week CLASSICAL: Beethoven's Sixth Symphony, (Steinberg and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, Capitol 12-inch LP) Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (Andre and Belgian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Radiola-Telefunken 12-inch 78). LIGHT: Extracts from "The Desert Song" (Capitol, 7-inch 45). POPULAR: "Tell us where The Good Times Are" (Guy Mitchell and Mindy Carson, Philips 10-inch 78) .

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CRYPTIC CROSSWORDS ACROSS: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

?CIRIYIPITIIICBICIRIOISISIWIOIRIPB ACROSS: 1. Her mythological bull had a long swim (6). 4. Railway roundabout (8). 10. Hinges link pages, with one tongue (7, 8). 11. Archbishop of man and monkey (7). 12. "She sat like patience on a monument, - at grief" (Twelfth Night) (7). 13. Such experts might be pasted (6). 14. Even flyweights may so fight (7). SOLUTION OF LAST WEEK'S PUZZLE 17. Super-hellishly furious sort of female (7). 19. Musical caveman (6). 23. Tongue that actors like (7). 24. "He fixed thee mid this dance of - circum- stance" (Browning) (7). 25. They can't be done (15). 26. I'm in church and tak- ing the service (8). 27. Variations that puzzle (6) . DOWN: 1. Model of a real ex M.P. (8). 2. A disorderly period in music (7). 3. The humankind (15). 5. Where two post offices stand back to back (8). 6. His sayings, presumably, are recorded in com- monplace books (15). 7. A nominal beginning (7) . 8. Here 10 begins but it takes a long time to fin- ish (6). 9. A number of comic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

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Solution To "Sun-Herald" Crossword No. 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Solution To "Sun-Herald" Crossword No. 3

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Boys Of The Bulldog Drummond Breed A review of "Clubland Heroes," by Richard Usborne (Constable, London). [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Boys Of The Bulldog Drummond Breed A review of "Clubland Heroes," by Richard Us- borne (Constable, London). HOW splendid they were-the heroes of those novel- of our youth with their unlimited leisure, their large un- earned incomes, their end- less adventures. From the ages of 10 to 15, or even older, we were, all of us, except for a few contemptible intellectuals who read Aldous Huxley, thrilled by the stories of Berry and Co.. or Sandy Arbuthnot, or Bulldog Drummond. True, ? there were severe persons who condi-.-nned such frivolous and, as they would no doubt have said, "escapist" litera- ture on the ground that it distracted youth from the graver issues at stake like Collective Security, or thc League of Nations Union, or the Improvement of the People. But we ignored their ad- monitions, and plunged ever deeper into Blind Corner or the Black Gang. In a most entertaining and enjoyable book Mr. Usborne analyses the wor'cs of Dorn ford Yates, John Buchan, and Sapper, and discusses t...

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Books and Writers A New Animal Classic? A review of "Coorinna," by Erle Wilson; Andre Deutsch, London; Collins & Co., Sydney. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

= Kow*** anti Writer!* . , i Xetr Aiiintttt Ciussic ? A review of "Coorinna," by Erle Wilson; Andre Deutsch, London; Collins & Co., Sydney. DOOKS which' have taken animal life as their theme-"White Fang," "Tarka the Otter," "Black Beauty" Lave often achieved lasting fame. An Australian, Erle Wilson, has written a hook whose central character is a Tas- manian wolf and which will un- doubtedly he recognised as ah Aus- tralian classic. WITH publishers, bi here and abro turning out an increasi number of volumes, go 'new books, except in r; periods of drought, £ not bard lo find. Even writing of distinct!* occurs at pleasantly fi quent intervals. But it still only rarely that tl reviewer encounters a ne work which can unhesito jngly bc acclaimed as gre in ils class. "Coorinna," a first novi by Erie Wilson, falls int ¡ this category. It is not onl j a nature story which rant I immediately with anythin written by an author of th calibre of, say, Henry Wil Harmon, but a fine novel i...

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Women in Sport Mrs. Hawton To Lead Side [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Lt BY DORIS MAGEE Mrs. Hartí To Lead Si Mrs. Keith Hawtot.k been chosen as captain the N.S.W. tennis teni play in the Pitt Cup dj petition matches aga Victoria on Noventa! and ll. I ..Beryl Penrose,Mn.Dp Fogarty and Mary Oi complete the N.S.W. lim! Victorian represeiw, will be Misses Pam SKlj combe, Loris Nbi Norma Ellis, and foi Staley. _ After nsarly two je^ absence overseas, ta Australian champion, jj Tr- -Ima Long will pty the N.S.W. champM this month. j Mrs. Harry HopminJ has also just returned W overseas, is another &t for the State champitwi "AM SINGLETON,« I trid Ainsworth * Lorraine Crapp jig exhibition swims Ito's noon at the official ope« of the new Police BoM pool at Camp MacMj Pam Hopkins a«J \ .raine Crapp, un«J supervision of sssw hon. secretary Mrs.^ bers will visit VWî November 28 for lbe«H ing of the new poa- J During the same «3 end Astrid AinsworfcJ companied by Mrs. . Thicknessc, wi" r S bane at the invitatio««; Queensland A-S.A. . The invitation »» 3 el...

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NEAR PEAK FORM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

NEAR PEAK FORM. Love .To All, who is ap- proaching peak form, was not pushed out to clock 38£s, for three furlongs on the tari'at'Randwick yester- day. ' '.

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Mighty Effort [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Mighty Effort R. MONTANA, of University, as he prepares to throw in an A grade shot put event in the men's athletics at Moore Park yesterday afternoon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Wanted! BUSINESS PREMISES I CITY AK EA ESSENTIAL ¡ 1000Sq. ft. REQUIRED BY J Reputable Sydney Business j ALL ENQUIRIES AND PROPOSITIONS ADDRESSED § BOX 4464, G.P.O., SYDNEY 1

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TO-DAY'S WEATHER, TIDES, SHIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

'"'ne generally at first. A SW wind change with *' " scattered showers late in the day. Mild to warm. Slight seas. JV.S.^V. : '7'ne 8cr)cra"y apart from scattered showers in southern and south-east districts. Isolated thunder north-east quarter during afternoon or evening. Mild lo warm. Morning fog patches in thc cast. Light to moderate SE to SW winds with coastal sea breezes. Slight seas. Tiri«»«- H»sh> 4.40 a.m. (3ft 7in), 4.39 p.m. (4ft). Low, rn (uta . 10 29 a m (lfl 6¡n)j n 06 p m (lft) Sun, rises 4.55 a.m., sets 6.22 p.m. Moon, rises 1.49 p.m, sets 1.28 a.m. SHIPPING ARRIVING TO-DAY: Afric, from Mombassa, (IB Darling Har- bour), 10 a.m., Dalgety and Co, B0524; Chnngtc, from Melbourne (ll W'loo), 2 p.m., G. S. Yuill, BW2731; Goonawarra, from Beira (22 Pyrmont), Biri and Co, B0529; Merkur, from Malaya (6 Walsh Bay), Burns Philp, BU5091. DEPARTING TO-DAY: Pioneer Star, for Melbourne (9 W'loo); Ventura, for Melbourne (3 Snail's Bay), p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

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