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TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK RANDWICK—THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

TRAINING NOTES WORKING AT RANDWICK AND VICTORIA PARK By The Arrow Srjeclals. RANDWICK— THURSDAY. The coinr. on the rrjddlc grass track w»s good this morninr.. Di.-k Wedcewood ran i-ivcn iurlor.ss in 1.335. He beat a companion. A mile was run by Kinr. Mostyn in 1.49. Dow r.stream put a six furlongs spin to his credit in 1.20. Sir PaddinRton moved freely over five furlongs, and Prinus ran seven fur loncs In 1.35». A useful task was done by Tob;;cc. Sur.Iikc went steadily, while First I Lc;5on easily accounted for a mile in 1.55. ; r.iorfcratc time for six furlongs was made by ' A!:orret. : Lady Mir.nie ran six furlongs in 1.18} A ; smart jpurt was dorc by Long Reef and N.G.E. Ukuwela and Allaru put icven furlongs past in 1.35. Carine calloped three-quarters of a mile in 1.19'-. A like trip in slow time was run by Soutane .--nd Mungindi. Sequarious accounted for a mile ar.rl a quarter in 2.20. Rushford 5P'jrtccl. and steady work was done by Wood wild. Glcnquinn. Clvdciide. Rocos. The F...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

The New Globe j T On and after Tuesday next, j November 7, the Globe will ? appear and be published in ? Sydney as a topical weekly t newspaper, at the price of j one penny. j Heretofore, the Globe has j been a weekly melange or j pot-pourri of matter that has j appeared in the Sunday Times, * and has been published chiefly \ for circulation in country dis- ? tricts, in Queensland and other t States of the Commonwealth, j and in New Zealand. The new Globe will be a ; separate and individual news paper. It will contain in adroit epitome the cream of the week's exclusive news. Its editorial and general comment will be written by specialists for the \ Globe' only. High-class news photographs of the war will be ; another feature. The Globe will have character and per- ; sonality. Editions for the ; country districts, outside States, ; and New Zealand will be issued ; as at present,, but the paper, as to those editions also, will ; be radically improved and ; modernised. ! LOOK OUT FOR T...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

'TURF GOSSIP By THE SCOUT. Rosehill races this afternoon. While Northern District racegoers will be ! catered for by the M.-.utand Jockey Ciub. j The Sr-rlnc meeting of the V.R.C. opens at ' Fleminglon. the principal event on the pro- ! Krarnmc being the Victoria Derby. I Another important fixture to be inaugurated thii af:;rnoor. is the Cup mec'.inj of the Queens land Turf Cub. Kacing st Kcn;inpton again en Monday, when a start will be rr.adt at 2 p.m. Final acceptors for the Q.T.C. Derby, of 1500 sovs. to be run :his afternoon, arc Lordncrc, Amberdcwn. C.-li to Arms. Kerry Syce. Coodal;. Lord Vinde,x. Scytliion and Watta. Nominations for next Saturday's meeting of the Victorii Park Racing Ciub close with the secretary. Mr H. Cebc.-oft. on Tuesday, the 7th inst. If the A.J.C. Derby winner. Kilboy. wins the Melbourne Cup he will equal the perfor mances of The Barb. Grand Flaneur. Poseidon, 1 and Prince Foote in this direction. In connection with next Wednesdays meet- ! ins of the As...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

ROSEHILL RACES TO-DAY, SATURDAY NOV. 4, 1916 FIRST RACE 2.10 P.M. SPECIAL TRAINS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE PLATFORM WILL LEAVE AS UNDER :— 11.20 ».m. : HorMJ. Iravn Hone Dock. ?!!.« p.m. : lit mil inn eilrt. I'latfomi No. in. I '111 p.m.: Id and Jnd c!a-.. I'UKimi No. 1?. !2..-:t| p.m. : l«t an.I 2nd e!a». I'lat!rrm No. l? I liMp.m.: lit and '-'nd e.'.-ivi. Platform No. 19. ? l.j p.m.: 1st and 2nd cbi*. Platform No. I:\ j U.-0r.m.: l't and 2nd clcsf. Phtlorm No. 15. 1.1? p.m.: l«t aod '.'nd elai«. Plattorm No. :». ; ?Call, ,t Slnthfleld. j x.n.-co-misrn n.uuv.w tickkt? !or admission to tin saddling p.\m:r-i-K or st. lkckk i EESKRVK 'can be r'Jrch»T I at th' CKVltlAI. IIOliK INC OrTll L. I HAI.U- HOI.-;;. MAKTIN I'L.U.K. 1 liEO. W. t. IJO'.VK, .-e:r.tirr. j SPECIAL NOTICE. ALBERT E. WATSON WILL OPERATE 1, 2, 3 - ALL EVENTS - 1, 2, 3 ! AT ROSEHILL TO-DAY. HURRY UP ! THEY'RE OFF ! KENSINGTON RACES. NEXT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1916 2 P.M. FIRST RACE 2 P.M. SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GAT...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NEW WAR SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

NEW WAR SONG. Tipperary has given way at the batile front to a song with a raggy lilt, whose theme is tnat the bullets will always get the other fellow. Tipperary is through ; worn out by repetition. The new piece goes with a bang with the troops, and threatens to become as popular as Tippe:ary , ever was. Here are the words : The bells of hell go ting-a-ling-a-ling For you, but not for me ; For me the angels sing a-ling-a-ling, .- They've the goods for me. 1 O Death, where is thy sting-a-ling-a-ling,-J O Grave, thy victorce ? The bells of hell go ting-a-ling-a-ling For you, but not for me ; This so-called new battle song is an adapta tion of a jingling hymn used ten years and more ogc by an organisation of street evangelists. The original version reads : The bells of heil go cing-a-ling-a-ling For you, but not for me, Sweet-voiced angels sing-a-ling-a-ling Through all etcr-ni-tee ; O Death, where is thy sting-a-ling-a-lins, O Grave, thy vic-tor-ce ? When it is a Big Push or a fight...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

GQ//IP *%€) |&JWrCorbett®-®J4 The pennant curtain will rise on December 2 and fall on May 26. if unfavorable weather or tics docs not affect thc programme as sub mitted to the committee of the N.S.W.B.A. at thc Builders1 Exchange on Thursday night. It looked for a whil as if the work of thc re sponsible sub-body had hit thc ideas of their fellow councillors to a T — a most unusual oc- I currence — and when burly Mr. Jack Harrison ] rose and started to warmly congratulate the authors of the work before the meeting, the i faces of those enthusiastic people fairly beamed. At last a pennant committee had been able to do, right off, the thing which everybody want ed. It was a record achievement, surely. Mr. Harrison continued nicely till he said 'but,' then his speech turned a corner. Everything was all right, but Saturdays, December 23 and 30, must not be thought of. Bowlers as a rulo hied them off to the mountains or other resorts during the Christmas week, and brought their wi...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRISP CRICKET GOSSIP Not Out on Play and the Players [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

CRISP CRICKET GOSSIP V* V ?C-'~l3' 1-**I- ^I™'*** :: Not Out on Play and the Players The grade matches in Sydney will be re sumed this afternoon, after an extra week's cessation, owing to the blank declared on Referendum Day by the Association. Some very interesting play ought to he seen, es pecially at Pratten Park, Wayerlcy. and the' Sydney Cricket Ground. Besides it is pro bable that a fight for the outright win will be made by Padddington, at Hampdcn Park, and by the University at their own ground, ' and such a fight generally means excellent and spicy cricket. The Referendum took all the interest out of j the game last week end. though the juniors I and the schools played on, the latter opening | the campaign. There is a prospect of bats men's wickets everywhere this afternoon, and in that case we ought to sec better run-getting by the teams generally than has been the case so far. Experience, year after year, shows that it takes the teams a few weeks to settle down into their ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

TIVOLS THEATRE GOVERNING DIRECTOK : HUGH U. MclNTOSII. THE - VERA PEARCE. _...;Ai n GEORGE WELCH. I I V W EL 8 JACK CANNOT. THELMA RAYE. Cf\ I I irC WALTER Wi-KMS. rULLlLO HILLY RET.O. JOHN QUINLAN, PEGGY PEAT, JEAN KEITH, MOLLIE JIAGUiRE, DAISY AND SYDNEY YATES. JAMIE KELLY, BILL PRUITT, WINIFRED LEVEIRE, STANLEY AND ULRNS. } IMan : Nicholson's and Tivoli. 'Phone : 9i)2l for Rcsorvs:;. | MATINEES WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS.

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H. L. COLLINS IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

H. L. COLLINS IN FP.ANCE. Following arc a few extracs from a letter I received early in the week from H. L. Col lins, Somewhere in France, and which I pub lished in The Referee on Wednesday : 'Things are Eoing very well here just now. and if the Summer were only a little longer I think you could write 'finish.' But as it is we will have to r,o through another Winter. And pretty severe it is, too, from all accounts. But our boys can stand anything now after whit they have been through ... In our present position it is hard to imagine that the great est battle in the world's history is raging on'y a few miles away. The country is so beau tiful and peaceful looking. It reminds r^c very much ot the country about (Jhnstchurch (New Zealand), except that delightful old churches and rustic villages make it a little more picturesque. 'Cricket is very popular just now behind the lines. Almost every unit have their team. Yesterday we made pilgrimage to a certain vil lage which has been constan...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE SCREEN [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

THE SCREEN From midnight till the following noon I stand in shadow, Just a splotch of white. Unnoted by the cleaning crew Who've spent their hours of toil That I might live again. Yet they hold no reverence for my charms, And if they pause amid their work They do not glance at me ; All their admiration, all their awe. Is for the r.old and scarlet trappings of the home That's built to house my wonders ; Or for the gorgeous murals all around. Which really, after all. Were put in place as most lame substitutes, Striving to r.oolhe the patron's ire For those few moments when my face is dark. Yes. men havc built a palace sheltering me. And as the endless ocean washes on its stretch of beach The tides of people How to me — So where I live is called the Strand. I'm more than Taft would ask of Caesar's wife; All things I am to everyone : Thc newsboys, shopgirls, And all starved souls Who've clutched at life and missed. Sec in my magic face. Thc lowly rise to fame and palaces, Sec virtue tri...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WESTERN SUBURBS DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

WESTERN SUBURBS DOINGS. E Loveridge followed his 110 against Lim perd'own with an even century against Belmorc. His timing and driving on the off side were excellent. F. Grimes, who played last season in the Moore Park competition, compiled 40 without a blemish. J. Webb, a crack left-hand bowler for Bct rr.orc. showed gooj fom with the bat. making 53 unbeaten out of a total o.' 103 against Botany, for whom Captain Ernie Prowse secured four for 39. Prowse represented Red fern district as far back as 1902-3-4. A. Smith, late ol Ncwtown Oxford and New town Crescent, playcl for United Service v. Burwood United A, batting very well for 26. Bowler Morris top-scored with 34. Burwood require 10S to win. with ten wickets in hand. H. A. McDonald, who has the honor of scoring over 3000 runs in Western Suburbs' cricket, in the absence of crack trundlers. secured five for 37. Hon. Secretary A. Ball also bowled well, taking four for 39 against United Service. B. Tarbottom, for Hicks. Son and Watk...

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HOW IT IS DONE FILM-PRODUCING MARVELS: HOW REALITY IS SIMULATED [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

HOW IT IS DONE ? w FILM . PRODUCING MARVELS : HOW REALITY IS SIMULATED The audience is tense with excitement as the hero in the film play struggles frantically with the control apparatus of a submarine that is fast sinking to the ocean bottom, because ot ? the constantly rising water in its hold. And as I he struggles at his post the water pours in on him through an ugly gash made in the conning tower of the craft by an enemy destroyer. Per haps it is the climax in a gripping diama ; : then again, it may be a big scene or punch in ' a hilarious comedy. But however that may be, ; the realism of thc scene has had the desired eflect on the audience. What dangers these motion picture folk incur in their daily work ! is the general comment of the public. Several months ago the scene in question was acted (says the Scientific American), not, as might be supposed, in the interior of a subma rine, but in a quiet corner of a motion picture studio. The 'submarine' was an elaborate j structure...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOORE PARK ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

MOOKE PARK ASSOCIATION. The cricket in both grades of the Moore Park Association on Saturday was exception ally fine. Some big totals being made, three players rcftistcrcd over a century, and many scored over 50. St. Davids still lead in the A grade. They will be hard to beat. After dismissing Sydney Juniors for 103, they lost four for 134. Collier, the clubs skipper, was particularly brilliant with 52 not out, and Norris, still consistent, scored 35. Taylor, for St. Davids, bowled very well, capturing four for 20. Dalley seem to have the Ultimo beaten, for after making 200. of which J. Fcrrier scored 45 by the best of cricket, and Stack 33. they secured six of Ultimo for 46. A. Smith, for Ultimo, made four fine catches, two in the outfield and two in the slips. Green narrowly missed the century for An nandale Alma against St. Paul's. He made 92 with neat strokes all round the wicket. Lowry. his club mate, scored 76. and played a really good innings, the partnership yielding 122. M....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SAILING PATRIOTIC RACE ON THE HARBOR TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

SAILING PATRIOTIC RACE ON THE HARBOR TO-DAY By TOM CRINGLE. The two 18-footer dubs mil hold their second joint patriotic race this afternoon. The pro ceeds are to be handed to the War Chest Fund. The initial race of like kind resulted in over £40 being forwarded to the Repatriation Fund, and doubtless good support will be given to this day event. Instead of the £35 usually attached to the handicap, the prize fund amounts to £20, so m a measure competitors are making a dona, tion to the proceeds. The usual triangular course will be used, whilst steamer arrangements are advertised. Competitors and handicaps are : — First heat : Arline (W. Edney), Moyana (W. C. Duncan), and Pastime (S. Richardson), ljmin ; Quibree (O. Taylor) and Sunny South (H. Collins), 2min ; Advance (H. E. Thompson). 21min ; Vision (I. T. Robinson) and Swastika (?. Harry). 25min ; Dcsdemona (A. C. Rolens), 3Jmin ; Merlin (A. M. Mcrrington). 3irr-in. Second Heat.— Australian (Chris. Webb), Kismet (W. Dunn), and Onda...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PILOT ON VICTORIA DERBY AND MELBOURNE CUP Notes from Melbourne. Items Concerning the Cud Horses. Track and Club Gossi[?]. Tween Drinks [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

PILOT ON VICTORIA DERBY AND MELBOURNE CUP ' ~ -er~9 »+& V. ^ -i»*-S- «???«- O«-9 i .-0 Notes from Melbourne. Items Concerning the Cud Horses. Track and Club Gossio. Twenubrinb ! Bv JOHN DRAYTON. . *Xevy on Wealth.' New writer, probably. German pet name for the kilted Highlanders: The women from Hell. Woman, working a lift, is an clcvatine in fluence. Anzaeross the sea, suggests a contemp. Nose across the sea. now. When the other fellow slams the door, it Kerns to make a devil of a noise. Some children are afraid of the dark— and some men are afraid of the light. A correspondent writes of our warped demo cracy. Doped would be a better word. Australian's diary: 'Week on a tank.' One of the boys had put up the record of a cood time at the front. A cynic, who uses the cards sometimes, says divorce is merely a case of cutting for part ners. The profession of the law docs not tend to make angels of men, suggested the medico. 'You have it on us, there,' said the lawyer. Ernie Cavil...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

SUNDAY TIMES Australia's Finest Family Pap«r ? Victoria Derby and Mel bourne Cup by Pilot. To-ri'sfit's Boxing, by Vv. F. Corbett THE REFEREE Australian Soldiers in the Fight, ing Line delight in THE REFEREE Post a Copy to One Each Week

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Peri[?] Pic Peeps [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

Wris-?/xd]?e/)S By CISEAUX. Woolloomooloo Yokel: 'Whst's t' war noos terday. Bill?' Another: ' 'Tain't much; only the birth-rate's gome darn.' Woolloomooloo Yokel: 'By gom : Yer don't say so ? Was there many lives lost ?' The British Navy is said to have a warship named Creme de Menthc. Doubtless the craft will be ordered out for after-dinner campaigns. Speaking of the Portuguese campaign in East Africa, Lisbon says: 'Our flag now fiics four miles over the frontier.' Some streamer. There are more than one kind of cold feet It was so long since little Willie had seen rain that when a recent shower came he rushed out to enjoy the novelty. 'Come inside, WilHe, come inside,' cried - mother. 'If you get your feet wet you'll get another cold in the head.' 'Ah, mumma, you might as well say that if I gets me head wet I'll get cold feet.' The habit ha5 grown old on Uncle Sam Daily paper cable: '.Washington. Monday.— It is feared that the statement of Scnor Manuel Calero, Mexican Ambassador t...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GENERAL GOSSIP MELBOURNE. Friday [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

GENERAL GOSSIF (BY V/IRE FROM PILOT.) MELBOURNE Friiiau The trainer of Mehi King looks 'o that colt tn run well in the Derby. He co:s not quite expect him to beat Kilboy, but has an idea that his chance is quite as good as tnat of anything else. E. A. Connelly is among tho e who are very sweet on Sasanof for the Cup, but, as he backed him early, perhaps he is biassed in his favor. In Thursday's gallop Kilboy carried more weight than Sasanof, and for the Cup Mr. Lut tiell. part-owner of both, prefers the former. The trainer. M. Hobbj, thinks highly of Kil boy's prospects. R. Lewis is not now very hopeful of win ring the Melbourne Cup on Shepherd King. That horse's price doubled here between Wed nesday morning and Thursday afternoon, and, unless they had a good idea there was some thing amiss, the bookmakers would not be so l.beral in their quotations. One bookmaker laid a large sum against him on Wednesday, but it was understood he was crushing for one of the horse's backers. If so, ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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18-FOOTERS' SAILING RACE TO-DAY. TWO HEATS AND FINAL S.F. SQUADRON AND S.S. CLUB. WAR CHEST FUND BENEFIT. ROLL UP AND HELP THE GOOD CAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

18-FOOTERS' SAILING RACE; TO|^iV TW° nEAT8 AVD FINAL. -U/\. I . s.F. SQIMDROX AND S.S. CLUB. WAR CHEST rUSD nENEFIT. ROLL UV AXD HELP THK OOOD CAUSE. - Steamers KUI-GOA and KORKK follow, luvin? Stephen rt. 2.80, John-rt. 2.35, Darlinir-st. 2.C, Fort Micqnirie S.R «nd S.10, ralllns CItrk Island, wherp rice may be Tiewcd (tut to finish. Ladin 6d, Gentlemen 1/. eleventh, and won the 12th in 4; btrt both lost the fifteenth, which wkfan easy 4 on the day, and finished the second half in square. I am elad to see R. J. A. Roberts in action again. He used to play a very solid and cor rect game; but, unfortunately, never seemed to see his good points, and so very rarely gave of the best that was in him. A. H. Uther partnered him on Saturday, and for the first three holes gave a brilliant exposition. He won the first in 3. halved the next in 5, and won the third in 2. Roberts halved the next in 2. They were not too steady from then on to the ninth, which they reached 1 up. Roberts had a fine ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GOLF NOTES NOTES FROM COURSES NEAR AND FAR [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 4 November 1916

GOLF NOTES NOTES FROM COURSES NEAR AND FAR By TEE TEE. Dobroyde played a bogey handicap on Satur day, in which the scoring was not up to the mark at all. W. C. Clarke (77) and D. A. Nel son (15) tied for first place with 1 down. The former was good to the turn, which he reached in 45, winning five holes and losing two, which made him 2 up to that point. In the second half he could only manage to win the last hole, and was 4 down. Nelson was more even in his play for a 1 down out and square coming home. At Manly a stiff north-easter was blowing on Saturday, which made good scoring diffi cult. The recent rains have made the grass off the fairway both long and thick, so that it is at present a matter of entreme difficulty to find the ball or send it any distance when you have found it. I am an advocate of a rough that penalises to the extent of a stroke; but it is difficult to do this without having the crass so lone that the ball cannot be found. I am siven to understand that the roug...

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