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CRISP CRICKET GOSSIP Bowlers Who Have Done Things: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
CRISP CRICKET GOSSIP Bowlers Who Have Done Things : By Not Out The reduction of the opening round of matches among the grade teams to one after noon had a cooling effect on some of the players, but did not deter others from putting on full steam with a view to chronicling a win. This moBt of them did. four with success, and a fifth, in Wavcrlcy, ought to have followed suit, and would have done so with an over extra. 'The umpires drew stumps two or three roiirules before time,' saiU one of them tlic other day; 'otherwise we wculd have hod a good win.' Perhaps so; but the umpires, 1] believe, acted correctly, for they drew the pecs | when their timepieces said thut time was up. Bit feats by bowlers suggest that batting is rot too good just yet; but in come measure the state of the wickets contributed to the plethora of slender scores on the first day. With so many of the stars twinkling on other fields than cricket, battinc cannot be expected to equal that of the bright days before th...
TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
Jtmu Town °\ , TALK' * IfTAUBU/ The Applan Wav tournament will be brought to a close this afternoon, where there is a pro mise of four clinking finah. The honorary secretary Mr. Keith Anderson, sees £70 in eight for the Y.M.C.A. Field Hospital Fund, to which the proceeds are to be devoted. The singles at Appian Way should be be tween C. White. F. Rudolph, and K. Anderson. Should E. Rice and C. Todd account for McPherson and Brvant (who Is playing re markably well) in the doubles, they should just about beat White and Rudolph in the final. The winners of the mixed doubles are not easy to predict. C. Harrison and Mrs. Robinson, on their play, should just about win from F. Rudolph and Miss Lee. One of the best matches of the day will probably be that in the ladies' doubles, between Mrs. Ford and Miss St. George and Mrs. Robinson and Miss Play at Appian Way starts at 12.30 p.m. with- the men's singles. Caretaker W. Woods has the three courts in superb order. The committee, consisting of...
Tween Drinks HE MIGHT HAVE BEEN MY PATRIOT GLORIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
^enM/Msl By JOHN DF.AYTON. Germany wants peace— at bargain price. About the only thine no one envies a man is his obituary notice in the pnper. ReSd h'£ McccTP^'' '''' PUg'm- 'Probable gas shortage.' Then Parliament must be going out of session. A temperance lecturer at present pervading one ol tjc States is named Beer. Heading: -Poverty and Genius.1 Whom God hath joined together man cannot put asunder. Mr. Richard Teccc says women can cajole men easily enounli. bm t^icy cannot drive them. The point r-.zy b: argued. ??Union of the Churche;' — will happen when the lion ard the lamb lie down together, and nse up separately. One of the sport; is still puzzling over the prophecy of a lortunc-tcllcr— that lie will not be found dead in a bjth. Country paper: 'Through ths accidental dis charce of a cun by a dos;. a child is in a criti cal condition. A city loundsman would have tot a column oat of the r.i,A alone. A correspondent corrects a misprint in his published letter. Says he wrote ?'...
WARWICK FARM MEETING TO-DAY SOME POSSIBILITIES DISCUSSED. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
WARWICK FARM MEETING TO-DAY SOME POSSIBILITIES DISCUSSED. To-day sees a return to suburban meetings after the gathering of the mighty at head quarters, and there are plenty of indications of good sport being available. In the first place the fields are big: while an added attraction will be the opportunity to 'pick it in one' (or three) for those who have a fancy for the Caulfield Cup. A special train service is announced com mencing at 11.15 for horses, and followed at 11.53, 12.6, 12.20, 12.40, 12.51, 12.56 and 1.8 for passengers. The racing will open with the Maiden Handi cap. 6 furlongs, for which plenty of runners seem likely. So few of them have any form for a guide that it is like looking for a needle in a haystack; but among those appearing to have a chance may be Travesty Star, Krithia Lutana, Court Favorite, Snow King. The White Waif and Pretty Heliotrope. The Liverpool Mile promises a keen contest, if not the maximum field. Allaru did not show up in the Kensington Handica...
CAULFIELD CUP RUNNERS TO-DAY ARE DISCUSSED Tulkeroo on Warwick Farm Meeting :: The Ponies at Kensington CLOSING DAY OF V.A.T.C. CARNIVAL PROSPECTS OF CUP CANDIDATES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
CAULFIELD CUP RUNNERS TO-DAY ARE DISCUSSED -^^v «v^v vtp ??t - w*«v y &+-$ -£-?*-$ ,T .g, ».?- v# Tulkeroo on Warwick Farm Meeting :: The Ponies at Kensington «£ CLOSING DAY OF V.A.T.C. CARNIVAL PROSPECTS OF CUP CANDIDATES. To-day the V.A.T.C, will conclude its SprinR carnival, the chief attraction for which is the 39th Caulficld Cup. This race was instituted in 1879, and save for the second and third years (in the latter of which two Cups were run), when it was run over 1J mile and a distance, it has always been the chief 11 mil: handicap in Victoria. The fact that there were two Cups in 1881 makes to-day's the 39th instead of the 38th. For this year's race there are now 25 eligible. There are three horses left wf'th a chance of emulating Paris (1894) and Poseidon (1907). who won with over nine stone. These are Lavendo, Cetignc, and Amata, and they in clude last year's winner (Lavendo). And a dual winner, in Uncle Sam. dropped out on Thursday. While there may be some doubt ...
A Few Notes by Rambler [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
A Few Notes by Rambler A Callo«e a bo-/ who distinguished himself nt the sports of the M.irisl Brothers' High .'r'vjol. rjar!ini;hurst. is seventeen years old. . ncl mior to this year p.ave no indication that ??.'? would perform as ably as he did when he vo-i tl-cr 100 220, and 440 yard:;' championships . 1 '.he school. Though showing fair pace in training, he was really a dark horse, so sur prising were hir, performances with the colors up. When the time. 10-l-5sec. was announced for the first 100yds event it was hardly credited, but when he repeated it in the championship, and later in a handicap, it was beyond doubt. In the 440yds he simply 'walked away' from the other competitors. Through inability to jump he failed to win the College shield. Cal lose plays in the forwards for the football fif teen, being rather too patchy in handling the ball to risk in the back division. He promises to be a great runner with attention to his training. A photograph of this boy is repro duced on...
ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
ATHLETICS Cy ARGUS. The postponed picnic and sports under the auspices of the Botany Harriers will take place this afternoon at Sylvania, on the George's River. There will be a full pro gramme of sport, includi.iR members' events anti others open to all A. A. A. runners — in other words, to members of other clubs, for which trophies arc being given. Also, there will be an 880yds walk for members of the N.S.W. Walking and K.G. Club, and two championships, conflict! to the new junior ecc tion of the Botany Harriers. For the benefit of those who propose mak ing the trip to Sylvania, I may mention that launches will leave Botany Pier at 1.45 and 2 p.m. Another wav to go is to catch the 2.25 p.m. train from the Central for Kogarah and thence per tram to Sans Souci, where a steamer can be caufeht at 3.15 p.m. In the matter of the return journey launches leave Sylvania at 4.45 p.m. (for San Souci only), and at 5 p.m. and 5.10 p-m. (for Botany only). On Saturday last the Botany Harriers suc...
MOORE PARK ASSOCIATION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
MOORE PARK ASSOCIATION NOTES. Big scorer, were the fenures of last Satur day's Moore Park r.amcs in the A grade. St. David's agair.at Dallcv put up 235 quickly. Alfred Mor.-is1 G5 being a striking cr;ort. Chas. Collier, who leads St. David's, made 43 nicely. Brown again played well for 33, made patiently, 'and Taylor got 30 well. Dnllcy were late to make a ttart, and ought to be more punctual. It must be very disappointing to :.uch an enthuiiaatic secretary and player. The Sydney Junior A and Ultimo mntch i-. very interesting, and should draw Par* fans to-day to see the finl3h. Junicr.s rattled up 199, to which 49 were made by Gcor;c Hc'.Icy. back to his old club after an absence oi several seacons. durlr.; which he pliyed with Rar.d wiek in the District second gratie. a:id would have b?cn »:? ac-uirili-n to Wavcrley first grade. The IMS: crilii::-. .-.re unaniir-.ous !:-. saying he i-. greatly improved. Howie :r-(!e 3G. ,--nl Har-cn. when goin; nicely, -.ras out l.b.w. for 27. Ulti...
FOOTBALL NEWTOWN RUGBY MEN WHO HAVE DONNED KHAKI [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
FOOTBALL - NEWTOWN RUGBY MEN WHO . HAVE DONNED KHAKl By RAMBLER. A few weeks rgo an article setting forth the deeds of the Eu'lern Suburbs Rugby men in the war appealed in The Airo-v. Very in teresting, it was read by footballer:) every where with appreciation. I have thought that a few notes briery sketching what has been ant! is being done by Newtown players will h-- ti.-riely. for to many of them have foi|-;h. and (alien. J. H. McLennan, a tall forward, v-'io ;»! lye 1 wi'h South Svdney iu the opcuiiiB year of district football, and subsequently with New to.vn ior it number of season's, and en-Jed tiis career with St. George, i* in kh.iki. He is is a relative of the late Major J.-F. McMann- , 'ley. I The Nev.-town players of those iir.es wer; t r-rhtcri. Jack Mindmarsh. Kockdaiu »n-l i .Oueet-Jlanrt rrpresrnt.Tive Billy Hay. .-nd A. ; Furze saw active icrvice in South A.'ru-o- Tad | L.-.rkin and E. Gawtliorpe. fellow frrnt-row i n-cn in IBOJ, cave up their Hvci; a: Gal i;:ol TcJ'...
CENTENNIAL PARK COMPETITIONS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
CENTENNIAL PARK COMPETITIONS Though it had been decided to suspend the Centennial Park Association, the energetic Walter Webb busied himscli to sonic cliccl, and has been the means of securing six cntric. for a competition which will commence next Saturday. The draw fcr the upeni:-.;; rou:id ?t: Little Coogce v. Glarimis (No. 6 wicket;, Nn'ive 'Kose v. Woollahra Albert (No. 0), Wentworth v. Surry United (Mo. 12). Mr. Webb rightly holds the view that as the origi nal proposal caused s number of crickelers who were ineligible for active service to be without their customary recreation, no good purpose could kc served by adbcrir.c to it. ' An American opinion : 'After Buck Crotise was knocked out in two rounds by D.:rcy :!:; Australian Press set up a g:eai howl ;:bout tho | inferior brand of American ringmen bcini, j imported. It was suggested thut all mi'Uile- | wc:ghtr, be trierl out complc'cly before liein» to.'scd in with the unbeatable Darcy. Crouse's ! o.uick defeat certainly sur...
FIXTURES. N.S. WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
FIXTURES. s s. wius cj:h.'»i;t association. l'r.-t Cr.i.li- ---?( -??oii-l lloiiml. OrtoWr =1 i'J N.v.niVr J. ? Ililliuih v. W.-ti-rn S'jl.tirb-. ITalttll I'ari. | In-vrv.lt v. Nortli .-v-lw-ji. fniHTrlty. I V.u.rl.v' v. Cunlon. Wavi-rli-y. ] ? ??l-rx-Vi-H v. SvdiTj. \vd.-iij (Veiet Ux. ui.d. v-.i.M,. Hji-:.c.r.':i -.?.-. | i. !??:?,. ,. !\i.!(!inirtNii. llsmp-l-ii. -i-i,iii,1 li'a-l.-.--llaliruin -. Mi-Wli- ll.lrt-r. !!lr. );?-'.-?.»?-?; J'.i.l.lin.-if-M v. iili-!ii-. WVntv.orili ; ivtrr,!i..'n v. c.nlon. 'l l.-i-.-i,,.,! . S-.ili.-j- v. '. r.iv.r-ilv. lit. !i mt-r- : ll^'i -?.:,..,,!.? v. \V,.l,tii Sp'mrl.'. rl. l.|,,.-\, ; V,.i,r.-.- -.. I,:, hlnr.lt. -v.lmv Crli-l.iM -ir,Min,l .\o. J : S. i.i^. \. l!..»:n:-M. ViwIjii ; Jt:iivl» i '. v. .VM,-.w,, Krtiiif -. ill.-. Th.r.l r;m-. . Hjlwaiti i. W'-sl rn S-.liur:?. Illinium N». - : ^.?^^v.vH v. Wovi-rli-y. lnirfri.il Oral ; l[..nd- j -irk v. .'..M. ( ,,nis. 'l.'jn-.lnit. ; .\.S. I flrf.i. v. liihrr -?')-. .luhi!'-- ; -Vr,lon v. Sidi-i...
WESTERN SUBURBS JUNIORS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
WESTERN SUBURBS JUNIORS. Small scoring took place between two un beaten teams— Erskincvillc and Burwooii United A — the latter totalling only 35. track batsman H. A. McDonald getting 24. Allan Thatcher in five overs secured six for 10. and Webb, a left hander, four for 24 off four overs (18 hit off his third over). Erskineville made 90. J. Robin son five for 3G. B. Hodgson, a young one from the Parra matta Association, made the highest score of the season — 88 — for Bclmore v. United Service, with some fine shots in front of the wicket. A. Anthony, who scored 24 in his first appearance for Belmore, is one of the brothers who per formed successfully for several seasons with Central Cumberland in grade cricket, years ago. Botany, requiring four runs to win with eight wickets in hand, have the triple premiers of 1913-14-15-16 well in hand. Strange to say, Botany defeated Camperdown on their home ground last season in the first round. O. Prowsc, four for 37 with slow lobs, and B. Tay lo...
SCHOOLBOYS AT S.C.O. THIS MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
SCHOOLBOYS AT S.C.O. THIS MORNING. The public schoolboys will commence their weekly practice at the Sydney Cricket Ground thir morning. The ofTicinlr, of the Cricket As Miri::tion are very c''.!iur!n-!tic in the work of educating the ; oiing idea in the game, but un fortuu.i:clv the tcacners generally do not r.harc :in!l.-,r feeii::;:. There are :-.=ny players amongst the staff of the department who have ihc Saturday morning* fr;e, ami it is to be regretted that Messrs. F. McMullen, F. A. Ire dale. Hobdcn, and J. Scirle cannot have their r.ood work su!-r-!crnrr'.ed by some of these men. The members' tic'tct:, r.tartcti b:, the Trustees of the Sydney Cricltc: Ground have been rwarded to Stephens, of Wavevley. and Baiter (Double Bay), the latter row playinj with Middle Harbcr II.
CRICKET GOSSIP AMONG THE SCHOOLS AND THE JUNIORS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
CRICKET GOSSIP AMONG THE SCHOOLS AND THE JUNIORS By RAMBLER. Patriotic Cricket AsEocintisn ! Mr. S. Smith. Jim., at the monthly mrc.in- of the N.S.W. Asjochtion, moved that tl;c executive comir.ii tce'n report 'That the cr.-de fixtures ba »us ixjidcil on October 2H, as it is the duty of all ?-rickctcrs to assist th.-ir brothers nt the front by voting ?Yen.' and helping in every possible , way on Referendum (by.' he adopted. I Seconded !iy Mi. Fran!; -Holt (Monnai-.), it v/zs torrid: u:Ki.iir.:c,;:jly. The round commencing to-day will be com pleted on November 4, anil the season will thus be extended a week. The Victorian Crickc: Association had jlreody decided on a similar j procedure.
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY WARWICK FARM RACE MEETING By PILOT MAIDEN HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
ARROW TIPS FoTtODAY WARWICK FARM RACE MEETING By PILOT MAIDEN HANnirAD . LOTANA ? ' Li*se ? .. ;; ? \ Pretty Heliotrope .. ? 3 sunli^VERPOOLMiLe;' ' , Swe-t Malt .. .'. V. '. ? , Cruiot ? '.'.''' 3 ... JUVENILE HANDICAP : ' ' CAEAFON ? , Eirijunt . . . ; ..?'..'..'„ ?;.?'. ?-? 3 _._ WARWICK HANDICAP:' rXENTY .... « Mtdley ? ; ? ??? ' I Machine Boy ? ' ' ' ' ' ? J FARM STAKES: EARL SAN ? . Darlrly Christmas ....'.' ? 2 Miss Squires ? .'.'.'.' I! 3 PACE WELTER ? APPLIQUE . 1 Orcaka ? , . Cannc ? ? 3 By THE SCOUT MAIDEN HANDICAP : KRITHIA or COURT FAVORITE. LIVERPOOL MILE: SUNLIKE ? 1 Akil ? 2 Mythic' ? 3 ' JUVENILE HANDICAP : CARAFON or KOORDA. WARWICK HANDICAP : MEDLEY ? 1 . Royal Parade ? 2 Machine Boy ? 3 ' FARM STAKES : BONNE CHANGE ? t Knight o' Reel ? 2\ / L'«l ? 3 PACE WELTER : LONG REEF ? 1 Orc.iki ? '2 Collar Box .. .. .. .. ' *'. '.'. 3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
ASSOCIATED RACING CLUB. nivic:: in iiookma:;:-:t:.-. J!F;GISTIVATF'N I'EEs !-v ^uartrr mnl-.s December 31, I?'.*, (or ti.r V;-..-..i. [\,rk Ranrs Cli*-. MtST B8 7--.rn 'n or \--tcrr '? !-??'? 'n MOVT1AT -7.XT. OCTO BBR 5!. it '».r idle/- i-' ?!* '.»c*ilt»1 Kas'nc. Cub* '?rlme-nt B-iil'l-r-. !'. ('inkrcaeh,ir.r.r. ^ i. i'NT-Ennn.i.. ?e -«tar- . NOTE.— .So !»?» 'HI! V» re.enrif t.n rre rn:7y. PUNTERS! COME TO In Both the PADDOCK and LEGER AT WARWICK TO-DAY WE PAY 1, 2, 3 ON ALL RACES BETTING ON ALL RACES RUN AT KENSINGTON WIN AND PLACE BETTING ALL DAY CAULFIELD CUP, WIN AND 1, 2, 3 S.P. on All Other Races at Caulfield. Double on ; V.R.C. Derby and Melbourne Cup N.B.— When Disappointed by Others, TRY US
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 21 October 1916
? .*??'? . - Bern rnio — ' Belgian': 'Your cheeriness and optimism. Monsieur, are most refreshing^' Johnnie Walker : 'Well, so long as one is true to one's standard one's friends are true to him.' JOHN WALKER k SONS, LTD., Scotch Whukv Dijtulixj, KILMARXOCK, SCOTLAND. H. OXENHAM MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY. LONGEST MARKET PRICES CAULFIELD CUP V.R.C. DERBY MELBOURNE CUP DOUBLES AND STRAIGHT OUT ON ABOVE - PLACES, 1, 2, 3 ON CUPS WRITE FOR PRICE LISTS, STARTING PRICE ALL EVENTS. SUFFICIENT ADDRESS OXENHAM, SYDNEY NO REPLY NO BUSINESS REG. A.J.C., V.R.C., Q.T.C. MEMBER TATT.'S. SYDNEY. VICTORIAN CLUE, MELBOURNE. TO-DAY, WARWICK FARM I WILL CALL THE CARD ON EACH AND EVERY RACE. ALSO BUSINESS ON CAULFIELD CUP STRAIGHT OUT AND PLACE TWO CUPS CIVILITY ALWAYS S.P. ON ALL EVENTS ' ? STAND REGISTERED A j.C. AKD V.R C CTAWI-* „ ? . MEMBER CITY TATT.'S SYDNFY STAND 11 VICTORIAN CLUB. MELBOURNE! -f ? ,» 122 DOUBLES: j 122 ? ? * CAULFIELD & MELBOURNE CUPS I ' J RANDWICK S.P. ON ALL E...