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STORY OF CUP DOWN THE YEARS CUP WINNERS HAVE A 'HOODOO' [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

STORY OF ClJ^Da^^THDË^HaMSîl CUP WINNERS HAVE A 'HOODOO' This year's j) e 1 bourne Cup trophy, a hand - beaten Ihree -handled loving cup of ikarat gold, will cost the V.R.C. £550. First prize for the race is £9,800, plus the Cup. The Cup contains 25. or 26oz of gold. The outside is - . polished, but the inside is left with .the h a m m er marks still showing. The design has. not .changed over the years. QLAMOZJRrace of the Australian turfy and one of the richest, the Melbourne Cup has proved a "hoodoo" race to horses who have won it. Many horses have broken down af ter winning the Cup, and a great many more have never won another race after succeeding in the Cup.. Each of the last six Cup winners later broke down and had to- be retired. They were Dalray, Mast year,, Delta.'.(1951),' Comic Court (1950), Foxzami (1949), Rimfire (1948), and Hiraji (1947). . Dalray had only two runs after his Cup win,before he broke döWn in "the weight for-age Carbine Stakes at Flemington on March 14. B...

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Details OF Flemington Races DAY FINE — TRACK GOOD Wakeful Stakes, 1¼m (Three-year-old Fillies) [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

DAY FINE - TRACK I GOOD Wakeful Stakes, lim (Three-year-old Fillies) CARAMBA, Mrs. K. D. Godby'g br f. Helios-Spanish Star, 8-4 (Ken Smith). 1 SUN VISOR, G. F. Riordan's ?' br f, Sun Storm-Princess Isa, 8-4 (N. Sellwood) .. 2 CHEZ PAREE. Sir Rupert Clarke's b f, Empyrean Victory Belle, . 8-11 (W. Williamson). 3 Then followed: Pushover, 8-4 (J. Gilmore), 4; Rcdeswood, 9-4 (G. Moore), 5; lanius, 8-4 (R. Ball), 6; Olympic Giri, 9-4 (W. Cook), 7; Surang, 9-4 (J. Purtcll), 8; Pamatt. 8-4 (D. Coleman), 9; Never Rest, 8-11 (W. Pyers). 10; Waltzing Lady, 8-9 <R. Heaver). Il; Solar Slipper, 8-11 CD. Paterson). 12; Birch, 8-4 CN. Powell), 13; Pageant Girl. 8-4 (E. Sellers), 14; Blonde Basciliia, 8-4 (R. Hutchinson), 15; Tempcrano, 8-4 (P. Glennon), 16: Billet Doux. 8-11 (J. Bremner), 17; Alarmist. 8-4 (M. Fitzgerald), 18; Courtauld, 8-4 (R. Cameron), 19: Janlcval, 8-4 (Sam Martin), 20; Flying Phantom, 8-4 (E. Preston), 21. Winner trained by C. T. Godby. All started. BETTING: 7-2 Rc...

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3 Hurt In Car Crash [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

3 Hurt In Car Crash GOSFORD, Satur- day. - An engaged couple was badly in- jured in a car crash on Mangrove Moun- tain this evening. They are: Cecil Robertson, 24, of High Street Carlton, frac- tured skull and internal in- juries; condition low. Marjory Kay Pearson, 19, of Durham Street. Carlton, fractured spine. Thc driver ot the car, William Morrison, 23, of Kilbe Avenue, Kingsgrove, was also admitted to hos- pital suffering from severe shock and extensive abra- sions

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Killer Sought By Radio [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Killer Sought By Radio MELBOURNE, Sat- urday.-A woman will make a radio plea next week for information that may help solve the mystery of the murder of her foster-daughter. She is Mrs. A. E. Col- lins, whose foster-daughter. Shirley Collins, 15. was found battered to death sever) weeks ago Mrs, Collins will speak during a State-wide radio re- construction of the girl's murder at Mt. Martha, a bayside suburb. She will describe the girl's personality, mannerisms, ap- pearance, tastes, and family background Police Hopes Police hope that listeners will be able to help them retrace Shirley's movements after she left her home at Reservoir, a Melbourne sub- urb, about 7.15 p.m. on Saturday. September 12, The girl was murdered about 10 o'clock that night, but her body was not found until the following Tuesday.

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£12,300 FOR BOY'S KILLING BY DOGS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

£12,300 FOR BOY'S KILLING BY DOGS NEW YORK, Saturday (A.A.P.).-The parents of an 11-year-old boy who was killed by two bulldogs were awarded 27,500 dollars (about £12,300) to-day. The parents, Mr. and Mrs. Saul Balaban, had sued the City of New York and the dogs' owner, Sven Sandgren, for 125,000 dollars (about £55,800). The settlement was an- nounced in Bronx Supreme i Court. . ', _ '. '', . ''I "' ; Young Stanley Balaban was killed on July 1. 1947, near a houseboat where Sandgren lived. Sandgren was convicted of second degree manslaughter for the boy's death and served nearly two years in I prison. .' !

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

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

"The S un-Herald" Pattern Service IN AND OUT OF THE SIN PARTY GLAMOUR 4 gen Here is a dress u which no wardrobe should be without-so simple, it's perfect for after- noon wear, yet glamorous enough to wear all through the cocktail hour and on to a dance. Sew your favour- ite buttons along the slanted closing which crosses from I bodice to hem. The pattern is designed for sizes 32, 34, and 36 inch bust measurements. Size 34 inch requires 5k yards of 36 inch material. THESE patterns, 2/ each, cnn bc ob- tained from "Thc Sun-Herald" Pattern Dept., 5th Floor, "Herald" Building (Pitt Street entrance), or hy post. They are avail- able for one month from date of publica- tion. PRESENT ORD- ER FORMS WITH ALL APPLICATIONS. Send postal applica- tions to "Thc Sun Herald" Pattern Ser- vice, Box 50Z6, G.P.O., Sydney, enclosing 2/ postal note for each pattern ordered. JUMPER-JACKET Q-TQC For the kindergar 017J ten miss, this jum- per-jacket pair is thc perfect outfit. Practical and easy to sew, it...

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Crash Victims All-night Check In Morgue Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Crash Victims All-night Check In Morgue   Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, Sat- urday.-A doctor and a dental expert sat all Thursday night and half yesterday at trans- Pacific telephones try- , ing to identify victims | of Thursday's air- liner crash near San Francisco. They described to doctors in Australia dental charts of the victims.   By evening, Dr. Daniel Allan, of San Carlosi Hos- pital, and a team of assistants had completed identifica- tion - in the temporary morgue at Redwood City Armoury - of air 19 victims. The bodies had been car-     ried from the smouldering wreckage on stretchers over tracks which bulldozers wore out in the rough hills. A winch and cable hauled them the last 400 yards to ambulances. The people ol Redwood City were in mourning to- day for 19 people they had never seen. Silent crowds attended funeral services for two of those killed. Insurance brokers said in Sydney last night that the crash of the airl...

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AVERAGE IS DOWN THE THREE-YEAR-OLDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

AVERAGE IS nowff THE THREE YEAR-OLDS HPHREE-YEAR-OLDS have established a great record in the Cup. They have accounted for 23 of the 92 races. But their average of wins has diminished in the last 20 years. Since Hall Mark won in' 1933 only one other three year-old has been successful. That was Skipton in 1941. Newhaven, winner in 189$, holds the weight carrying record for a three year-old. He carried 7-13, which is 71b above the scale. / When Prince Foote won in 1909 he carried 7-8, a weight Hall Mark carried to victory 24 years later. Skipton, who carried 7-7 in the 1941 Cup, gave. Billy Cook the first of his two Cup wins. Cook won the 1945 Cup on Rainbird. /The greatest period of three-year-old success was the 40 years preceding Hall Mark's win. ' During that . time the young horses wôn on 15 occasions. >i But in the same time two of Australia's greatest horses, Manfred and Phar Lap, failed in the Cup as three year-olds. . .)' Both had won the two Derbies of their > year, but...

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CUP FIELD and HYDROGEN (10), 9-4 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

HYDROGEN (10), 9-4 Has reached best form of bis career. His second to Carioca in Ibc Metropolitan was unques- tionably his outstanding handicap performance. Won Brisbane Cup over two miles. Won Mackinnon Stakes yesterday.' At 2 years: Four starts, 2 wins, 2 thirds; best performance, won, 8-12. Rosehill Quality Hep., 6'At, 1m 21 'ASJ At 3 years: 17 starts, 8 wins. 3 seconds, 2 thirds; best performance, won, 8-10, Victoria Derby, 116m, 2m 31s. At 4 years: 19 starts, 8 wins, 2 seconds. 3 thirds; best performance, won. 8- 9. Brisbane Cup, 2m, 3m 22s. WON (7-4), 'Sept. 26/53, 1% 1.. 8 I., R'hill Hill Stks.. lm 110yds, 9- 4 <N. Sellwood, 1). 4 sirs. W.l.a. with all. Time lm 45'As. . Track good. Tarien, 8-13, 2; Friendly Feeling, 7-13, 3. Third carly, led :from 6f. WON (4-1 on, fav.), Oct. 3/53, 3 1., 6 1., R'wick Colin Stephen Stks., 1 'Am, 9-5-CN. Sellwood, 5). 4 strs. W.f.a. Time 2m 32'/is. Track good. Lord Saunders, 9-5. 2; Great Western, 9-6, 3. Third . to lOf, 2nd lm to 3f...

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[?]HAR LAP'S WIN WITH 9-12 CUP SUCCESSES AT FOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

faÄRlLÄjpWwm WITH 9-12 CUP SUCCESSES AT FOUR N outstanding Cup succéss by a four-year-old was Phar Lap's win with 9-12 in 1930; - This age group, with 25 wins, has been more successful- j ian any other year. ¡«¡¡des Phar Lap, four r-olds with brilliant Pi-carrying records in « Windbag (9-2), Night >rch (9-2), Patron (9-3) 1 Dalray (9-8). Wien Phar Lap w6n he i'd 151b above weight [a8c, started at 11-8 on, 1 »on by three lengths. " the previous year he led, at even money and s Placed third to Night [ch and Paquito. »ita four-year-olds have "«jeCup since Phar Lap, '«'. with thc exception «"ray, have carried less i we.ght-for-agc. ' « a tribute to Phar J fatness that, in the ^successive years, 1929 "> which he contested the ki,Jtatid favourite, ?Ä* «Jiote being 3-1 '"» ""fd attempt. j^year-olds Marabou ive « WOn in the suc = was no fur her winner a&f CoWwo" a n«vy track in 1942. ÄÄS"11 years p. ur year-olds won the fled favn,ÏÏ . ds have 1950, was beaten into e.¿htb place...

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Ku-ring-gai Show Record [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Ku-ring:-gai Show Record Attendance at the Ku- ring-gai Agricultural So- ciety show reached 40,000 yesterday, doubling last year's record, the assistant secretary, Mr. C. S. McIn- tosh, said last night. The two-day show at the Northern Suburbs Show- ground, the biggest of the 27 staged by the society, broke all records for entries. "This show has grown tremendously since thc war, and is now second only to thc Royal Show," Mr. Mc- Intosh said. Proceeds of thc show will assist "Cherrywood," the after-care unit of the Polio- myelitis Society of N.S.W., Turramurra.

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

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FOUR WINS IS RECORD [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

FOUR WINS IS RECORD TEE late Bobby Lewis, with four suc- cesses, rode the greatest number of Melbourne Cup winners. Twenty-five years separ- ated his first and last suc- cesses. His first Melbourne Cup win was in 1902, when he, won on The Victory, carry- ing 8-12. He had to wait 13 years for his next Cup winner, which was in 1915, when Patrobas won' with 7-6. Artilleryman was his next, winning in 1919 with 7-6. Then ...there was' a break of eight years Until 1927, when lie had. bis last success, on Trivalve, also carrying 7-6. Lewis bad 33 mounts in the Melbourne Cup, his first, on the unplaced Onward in 1895. He rode four seconds and a third. D. Munro and W. . H. McLachlan each have ridden three Cup winners. Munro scored on Peter Pan in 1934, on Sirius 10 years later, and on Russia in 1946. W. H. McLachlan, who retired many years ago, won the race on Prince Foote in 1909, Comedy King in 1910, and Westcourt in 1917. V#¿ Cook has had two successes in the race, both of them last-minut...

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Five-Year-Olds In Limelight Lean Run Halted Ry Comic Court [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

. Five-Year-Olds In Limelight Lean Run Halted HT Comic Court tWE-YEAR-OLDS, after a lean time in _ the Melbourne Cup for 20 years, have returned to the limelight in the past three seasons with wins by Comic Court and Delta. Their wins took the tally of thc group to 23 wins in the 92 »years the Cup has been run. Comic Court ended a long run of "outs" for five year-olds. No horse of that group had won the Cup since The Trump in 1937. . The five-year-old winning list includes such great names as Carbine, Malua, Spearfelt, and Peter Pan. Malua, winner of the Cup in 1884, was one of the most versatile horses to race in Australia. The late Mr. Greg Keigh ery rated Malua as Austra- lia's greatest horse. : Carbine established the weight-carrying record of 10-5 in 1890, a feat which might never be equalled. Carbine scored a two and a half lengths win over another five-year-old, High- born, who carried only 6-8. Peter Pan won the 1932 Cup as a three-year-old, but his 'second success in the ra...

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

\ 11> \ The World's most Fabulous Fabrics (bought specially for the Royal Season) are here for you NOW! We 'rc full of excitement for we've just seen thc magnificent Continental fabrics bought for you, for tbe Royal Tour. Our London buyer searched' thc world's fashion markets lo hand-pick this breath- taking collection. Many are precious, one-of-a-kind dress lengths-many are in exclusive lengths identical with those chosen by the Parus haute couture. ^Íomc to our Silk Department and ask lo be shown thc fabrics imported for the Queen's vjsh . . . but come early so thal you can see them all . . . thc loveliest, latest, most lavish ... on the first floor. , . TFhite tufts and gold threads on bloch silk organza. 8J yards only, 38' wide. Yard, 75/ . Grey organza fringed with tvhile; black with gold. 38" wide, 7i yards grey. £20/12/6. Black, yard, 84/ . Many rich-textured brocades in wonderful colors. Perfect for evening wear. 36" wide. From yard, 28/6 . Pure silk organza barré has unu...

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Unique Glencoe Record [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

Unique Glencoe \Mecord TjMVE year old Glencoe, winner of the 1868 Melbourne Cup, put up a record at the meeting which is unlikely to be equalled by present-day racehorses. ' At the three-day meeting Glencoe competed in, and won, five races, including the Melbourne Cup. The total distance of the five races was nine and a half miles. That year the Cup was run on the first day of the meeting and Glencoe won if carrying 9-1. On the se.cond day of the I meeting Glencoe won a double-the Spring Handi- cap (lim) and the Four Year Old Handicap (2m). He also won a double on the third day-the .All Aged Stakes (lm) and the Queen's Plate (3m). Phar Lap won four races during the four-day 1930 V.R.C. Spring carnival, in- cluding the Cup. ? But the total distance of the four races-was five and three-quarter miles. On the first day Phar Lap won the wcight-for-age Mel- bourne Stakes (Hm). He carried 9-12 and won I the Cup on the second day after starting an 11-8 on fav ourite-the shortest priced favo...

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QUEEN'S PORTRAIT IN STITCHERY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

QUEEN'S PORTRAIT IN STITCHERY AFTER 1,144 HOURS of work, a Russian-born New Australian, Mrs. Anion Buiko, has set the final stitch in a magnificent tapestry portrait of the Queen. MRS. BUIKO hopes to present the portrait to thc . Queen . when her Majesty is in Australia next year. "It has taken me eight months and 16 days," she said. "I got up each morn- ing at 5.30 to use the good light and worked at it for about eight hours. "In the evening-when the light was not good enough to match thc shades -I would do my house- work." Mrs. Buiko said she had used nearly 300 skeins of cotton on the canvas. Petit-point She had used a magazine picture of her Majesty and a copy of the Mona Lisa picture in the Louvre as her MRS. ANTON BUIKO model, Mrs. Buiko said. "The stitch is petit-point like the famous Gobelin tapestries," she said. "In the red background 1 used nine different shades-and how many shades in thc blue ball gown 1 cannot remem- ber! Exact Copy 'The jewellery her Majesty is wearing...

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

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"NO TRUMPS" TO HER ARE ONLY WORDS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 1 November 1953

"NO TRUMPS" TO HER ARE ONLY WORDS ANON-CARD playing Sydney girl is secretary at tile only correspondence school of bridge in the world. She is 25-year-old Miss Jan Cleary, daughter of Mrs R. Cleary, of Rose Bay. Miss Cleary is the only woman at the London ?School of Bridge, Chelsea, which has pupils in England. South Africa, Sweden, Portu- gal, Germany, IKS.A., Can- ada, Hong Kong, thc Nether- lands, and Indonesia. . "My daughter is only now beginning to learn bridge ' said Mrs. Cleary yesterday.. "Her only interest before was in music." Miss Cleary was in the A.B.C.'s record library be- fore she went abroad two years ago.

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