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NEW BOXING CLUB OPENS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
NEW BOXING CLUB OPENS j The newly-formed Aus- tralian Boxing Club is nego- tiating with Chris Cline, manager of world champion contender "Pappy" Gault, to act as an American agent. 'The club which staged its first match at Newcastle last night intends to promote out-door fights over the summer period. Cline refereed preliminary bouts at the opening night. "If he accepts the offer as American agent for _ the club then leading American boxers will be brought to Australia," said matchmaker 'Ron Casey.
Cut In City Rate Forecast [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Cut In City Rate Forecast City Council property rate for next year is likely to be lid in the £-a drop of id, a member of the council's finance committee said yesterday. This year's property rate is Sd in the £, com- pared with 9id in 1952. A reduction to lid is now expected to be made by the council when it fixes new rates early in January. Vice-chairman of the fin- ance committee, Alderman E. Pederson, said yesterday that the financial statement showed a saving of more than £500,000 in income over actual expenditure for the nine months to Septem- ber 30. Council estimates, plus additional sums approved during the year, were £4,162,621. Actual expenditure for the nine months was £2,910,231 Further sums to be spent between now and December 30 would bring expenditure nearer the £4 million mark Expenses Cut Aid. Pederson's report shows that expenditure has been pruned by £211,735 on the estimate for nine months ended September 30. At the sa.ue time income (apart from rates) is £58,353...
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
CALCUTTA, Saturday. Indian Test all-rounder D. G. Phadkar is unavailable for the first Test with the Commonwealth team be- ginning at Lucknow on WedT nesday. He has been advised by his doctor not to play serious cricket for a month. SHOWED PACE.-Whirl showed a lot of pace over three furlong's in 37s, on the Jatuat Randwick yesterday..
NEW OFFER FOR GAULT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
NEW OFFER FOR GAULT The Australian Boxing Club is seeking the services of world bantamweight title contender Henry "Pappy" Gault if he wins the world title or gives a good showing against Carruthers. Gault will meet the cham- pion, Carruthers, yat the Syd- ney Sports Ground on No- vember 13. The Boxing Club is pre- pared to bring highly rated overseas fighters tb. Australia as oponents for Gault, in out-door fights.
40-YEAR TASK [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
40-YEAR TASK Dr. Schweitzer since 1913 has been fighting disease and ignorance among the natives of French Equatorial Africa. He returns to Europe only on rare occasions to help raise funds for his hospital, situated in a tiny jungle clearing on a bank of the Ogowe River. Two years ago in a Gal- lup poll, Americans named Dr. Schweizer as the greatest living Frenchman, i'head of such names of popular appeal as Christian Dior, Henri Matisse or Jean Paul Sartre. Schweitzer, now 78, is four times a doctor-in medicine, theology, music and philosophy. Bach Exponent He is a renowned organist and critics regard him as one of the greatest authori- ties on the "Orks of Bach. He was born in Alsace, and had already gained a name in the musical world when at 30 his sense of dedication to humanity led him to a decision which stupefied his friends. He renounced the com- fort of Paris and set off for Lambarene, in the French Congo, to help bring health and peace to the disease ridden superstitious ...
No Defeat In Two Seasons [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
No Defeat In Two Seasons I NEWCASTLE, Saturday. ' -Reid Park to-day won the Newcastle men's A grade tennis competition at District Park. It is the second successive year Reid Pairk won both premiership and Cup tie finals- without defeat. Winning team was N. Gil- more, A. Morris, K. Binns and R. Gustard. In the women's A grade Cup tie final, Majestic again easily beat Railway I. Majestic also have won this title two years in suc- cession. Meta'* A grade: Reid Park 1,4 sets 39 eames, beal Stockton. J-35. Women's A grade: Majestic,. S-43, beat Railway. MS¡.-.-ÄisSäi-:
N.Z. TO SEND SURF TEAM [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
N.Z. TO SEND SURF TEAM ! The New Zealand Surf Life Saving! is expected to arrive in Sydney on Januaryj It will oppose Australia in three Tests as well as taking part in the Royal Surf Carnival at Bondi on February 6. The team will remain in Australia about a month, re- turning to New Zealand on February 25. The New Zealand team probably Will comprise seven members and a ' manager. New Zealand at present holds the Ashes, having beaten Australia . m? Zealand last seasmj Venues for wi. Tests have not bead* The New Zata* will also compete m &lt;H land and Victor«. ; This' season pron* be the biggest in Af surfing history. The greatest ero« « to see a surf cana»* peeled at Bondi ^ Royal Carnival. . The Australian cW ships' this season n held at'Southport ^? land and the' NS* pionships at Terr* central N.S.W. corij The Sydney:* ships will'take: H Coogee on Februar - First official;-; branch carnival of? son will be at.«? December 6. . ? Most N-S.W. « season wül beneStW association...
Boxer's Call For Partners U.K. PAIR ARRIVE FOR JOHNSON [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Boxer** Call i For Pa riñe J ILK. PAIR ARRIVE FOR JOHNSON ' Former Empire Games, lightweight boxing champion Frank Johnson has brought two spar- ring partners from England. The pair, who are also his school pals, arrived io Melbourne in the Strath- aird on Saturday morn- ing. They are Steve Galla- gher and Ray Shepherd: Gallagher arid Shep- herd went to school with Johnson at St. Mar- - garet's Central, Man- chester. They all learned to box when members of the School Cadet Force. Johnson became Bri- tish Empire champion, but Gallagher and Shepherd only became good preliminary boys. Was Homesick Johnson brought GaP. lagher and Shepherd to Australia for three rea- sons. He was homesick, wanted good sparring partners, and did not have the same confidence without them in his corner. Gallagher and Shep- herd are prepared to show what th:y can do in "preliminary fights. Gallagher is a light- weight and Shepherd a middleweight. Johnson says he ".ill be a new man with his school mates to he...
Man Dies, 4 Injured [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Man Dies, 4 Injured NYNGAN, Saturday. One man was killed and four persons injured in two accidents to a utility I truck near Nyngan to-day. Walter Edward Johnston, 42, railway fettler, of Nyn- gan, fell from the back of the truck when it was turn- ing a corner on a road 20 miles from Nyngan. He suffered a fractured skull and other injuries, and died an hour after being admitted to Nyngan Hospital. Later nearer Nyngan thc truck overturned.. Johnston's daughters, Noelene, 10, and Judith, ll, thc driver, Leslie Brady, 44, and his' brother, Maxwell Brady, 38, all of Nyngan, were injured. They were admitted to Nyngan Hospital. Detective J. Aldridge, of Bourke, is in charge of in- vestigations.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
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Nobel Prizes Announced JUNGLE HEALER HONOURED [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Nobel Prizes Announced JUNGLE HEALER HONOURED OSLO, Saturday (A.A.P.).-The Nobel committee of the Nor- wegian Parliament yesterday announced the award of Nobel Peace Prizes to Dr. Albert Schweitzer and General George Marshall. Dr. Schweitzer, dis- tinguished as a doctoi. philosopher, theologian and musician, was award ed the 1952 prize. General Marshall, tormei U.S. Secretary of State and architect of the Marshall Plan of aid to European countries, received this year's prize. A New York message says that General Marshall received word of the award while in bed with influenza. He will receive £12.089 sig. and Dr. Schweitzer about £.11,802. The award to Dr. Schweit- zer came as a surprise. DR. ALBERT SCHWEITZER
Japan To Build Up Her Forces [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Japan To Build Up Her Forces WASHINGTON, Saturday (A.A.I».).-The United States and Jsyian to-day announced agreement that the Japanese defence forces should be increased to meet the threat of possible aggression. The announcement came at the end of talks in Washington. The talks were between U.S. officials and Mr. Hayato Ikeda, personal representa- tive of the Japanese Prime Minister, Mr. Shigeru Yoshida. The communique did 'not say to what extent Japan should increase her 110,000 man force. But an authoritative source said the United States had asked that the force should be increased as soon as possible to between 325,000 to 350,000. U.S. Aid Informed officials said Mr. Ikeda was told of the mili- tary threat which the United States considers Japan is facing. Thc communique said it was agreed that Japan's domestic problems would not allow her to build im- mediately a force sufficient for Japan's defence. The size of the Japanese forces and United States I military help would be di...
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WON WITH RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
WON WITH RUSSIA Ted Hush, trainer ot this year's early favourite Hydrogen, has won a Mel- bourne Cup. Hush was part-owner and trainer of Russia, which won the 1946 Cup. Leading Randwick trainer M. McCarten, who won the 1951 Cup with Delta, and veteran Dan Lewis,' who won the 1J49 Cup with Foxzami, will not be repre- sented this year.
Five Cup Wins To Trainer [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
Five Cup Wins Ta Trainer rpHE late Mr. Etienne de Mestre, owner-trainer of the first Melbourne Cup winner, Archer, train- ed the record number . of five Cup winners. He won the Cup twice with Archer, in 1861 and 1862. His other three winners were Tim Whiffler (1867), Chester (1877), and Calamia (1878). Mr. de Mestre owned Archer, Tim Whiffler, and Calamia. He also owned Chester, but leased the horse on the morning of the race to a close friend, the Hon. J. White, to enable him to ful- fil his ambition of winning a Melbourne Cup. ., Mr. de Mestre's .. racing colours of all black'are still registered with the! Australian Jockey Club. One of his last requests was.'to have his colours kept in perpetuity. .-. Four tráincrs-the late James Scobie, Richard Brad .field.. W.. S. Hickenbotham, and John' Tait, each trained iour'Cup winners." ' , . Scobie's winners, were Clean Sweep (1900X King in goda (1922), Bitalli ,(1923), and Trivalve (1927). Bradfield's winners were Patron (1894), The Vict...
7 Yet To Score [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953
7 Yet To Score No" horse hat, yet won the Melbourne Cup with No. 7 saddlecloth. The ' nearest was., when. Ortelle's Star was first past the post, bût without a rider, in Rivette's 1939 Cup. No. 7 saddlecloth next Tuesday will be carried by Reformed, who finished third to Dalray and Welkin Sun last year. Contrary to general belief number 13 bas not been an unlucky number for-tbe Cup, as four horses have won carrying, the 13 saddlecloth. " They were Glenloth (1892), Artilleryman (1919), Hall Mark (1933), and Skip- ton P141). .