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ROSEHILL: FINISH AND HALF-MIL[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

IltOSI lill i : I IMMI \M> HAI l -ÏTÏÎT There was a keen battle for the lead in early stages, with BALI SWELL, HIGH RANKING, TOWNSMAN, BAY MONK, and GOLD NYMPH prominent. Bali Swell led into straight hm Bay Monk, who soon afterwards ran to the front. BESPOKEN challenged Bay Monk about a furlong from the post, but Bay Monk won from him by three-quarters of a length. ROSE DUKE at the half-mile led HYBON (wide out), CLEW BAY, CAPE BAR, PERIQUÏTA, and FRENCH NEWS. Rose Duke led into the straight from Hybon and Clew Bay and a furto» from home a line of horses stretched across the track. Fairglo got up in the last stride to win from Nirobi by half a head, with First Again third. After BRITON and LADY DORO settled down at the head of the field, MORNING MOON moved through on the rails about the half-mile, with LUCANDRA handy. A little later Lady Doro was steadied back to third place with Lucandra, and Briton went away from Morning Moon to lead. Compound won from Briton by a length and a ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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High Law Fall [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

High Law Fall Jockey B. Smith gave evidence yesterday, when the stewards re- sumed their inquiry into his fall from High Law in the Epsom Handicap at Randwick on Octo- ber 3. Smith said he did -hot actually remember the inci- dent, but High Law was going well behind Birdwood. Smith believed High Law may have tripped Birdwood's heels or plaited his legs. Smith said there was no interference and there was no blame attached to ' any other jockey. Smith said it was his fault. Stewards said they would issue a statement later.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Canyon detect a 'classic*? BElXS One of life's little joya lies in making your own discoveries. Nosing; out a good thing. Picking a 'surprise' winner. Quietly finding the best. Many a man has been delighted to come across BeU's Old Scotch Whisky which has that true classic flavour that only the rare, the very best, whiskies can achieve. All the natural advantages of soft Highland air, peat and water, together with the best of barleys are made the most of by slow maturing and careful blending. Good whisky takes time. You have only to open a bottle Of Bell's Old Scotch Whisky to appreciate its classic bouquet and flavour. 100% SCOTCH WHISKIES DISTILLED AND BLENDED IN SCOTLAND DISTILLERS PERTH SCOTLAND ESTABLISHED I8Î5 Distributors: Crawford & Co. (Australasia) Pty. Ltd., Sydney

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TRABERT HAS CHANGED SERVICE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

TRABERT HAS CHANGED! SERVICE By ADRIAN QUIST IA change in the ser- vice action of Tony Trabert was a notice- able feature when the Americans practised yesterday at White City. The Davis Cup seekers are in better physical condition and soem keener than ever to recover the trophy. Trabert, who had to fight to reduce his weight last year, is much fitter and no doubt he will be faster around the court. Seixas looks close to his peak and gives the appearance of being "tournament tough," a position every player strives to reach in big tennis. This is due to the long tournament play which Seixas under- took in the last twelve months. ATTACKER Australians will not notice anything differ- ent in the Wimbledon winner's game. His tennis is "set" to th* pattern of an attacking game. However, Trabert serves more accurately now, due to a short- ened downward swing, the result of advice given. Jiim by Talbert before, the U.S. national singles. He now controls his service well and. loses nothing in...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BRISBANE RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

ÏÎI51SIS\\1 JUVENILE HANDICAP, 5Í. ROSEGLADE,: 8-12 rL.^Talay), li HIGHLAND PLAINS, 8-5, less 7 all.. (E. Gillam), 2: LOBB INN, 7-12 (L. Johnson); 3. BETTING: 5- 4 ROSEGLADE, 4 Bay Elaine, 5 Highland Plains, 10 Foggy Morn, 14 Top Pennant, Fay Helios, 20 Lobb Ion, ' Denbrian, 50 Stareil, Ta Lo Wah. Blue Dot, Ivy's Pet, 66 Una's Maid, 100 Gambella, Newness, Whirlcnza. Cozerize, Minnesota, Reference. ' Divs, (for 5/): Win, 12/; place, 7/6, 10/6, £1/1/6. -3, len., .146. .len. Time, lm IVis. Started,71.0. Scratched: Eire's Pride. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 1st Div., 7f, less 93 yds.-LORD LOGIE, 7- 10 (V. Faggotter), 1: MAUDIRE, 8- 7 (G. Sawdcn), 2; MAZAR, 8-12 (J. Ross), 3. BETTING: 6-4 Mazar, 6 Maudire. 7 Tillar, 8 LORD LOGIE, Viscosity. 10 Wynway, Gold Find, 14 First Nighter, 20 Bonny Rank, Infallible, 33 Bold Court, Hiranium, Sawman, Aaron's Lady, Patrick's Choice, Reaping, Aunt Emma, Fay Stream, Kooba King, 50 Whirl Marie, Gretadc, Sir Majesty. Divs.: Win, £2/18/6; place. 14/, TO/, ll. Vi head...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

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Reward From The Sea [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Reward From The Sea The Fisheries Divi of the C.S.I.R.O. has | 570 people rewards of ia recent months returning cards set ad in coastal waters. Thc cards, which are f. lected from the sea-wi by transparent waterpn envelopes, help thc divisi to trace coastal currents. The C.S.J.R.O. has : adrift 5,543 cards and mc are going out each month Colour Counts But sea-birds arc makir the job a difficult one r. swooping down on thc care as (hey driit on the surfaci "One peck from an nlbt tross's bill," said the hydrc logist at. the Fisheries Divi sion, Mr. D. J. Rochford "and thc waterproof enve lope is ripped and thc care destroyed. "We believe the pink colour of the cards has something to do with it, and we are making new cards coloured bide." The cards arc of stiff paper, measuring four inches by two inches, and may be mailed by thc fínder as a postcard. >

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RACE PREMIERSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

RACE PREMIERSHIPS G. Moore .. N. Sellwood W. Cook .. W. Carrier . R. Sclkrig .. N. McGrowdi< A. Ward ... S. Cassidy . A. Mulley .. B. Smith .. M. Maynard K. Davis ... G. Podmore W. Toohey E. Doon ... W. Wade .. H. Welch .. MELBOURNE W. Williamson 22 J. Purlell _ 19 R. Hutchinson 10 N. Sellwood .. 5 R. Cameron .. 5 Sam Martin . 4 A. Burton ... 4 R. Ball . 3 W. A. Smith . 4 D. Paterson . 3 N. Eastwood . 3 B. R. Smith .. 3 R. Heather . 3 * Figures indicate -season. JOCKEYS 'Losing 3rd Unp. Sequences 66 1-27 30 0-9 39 0-21 19 3-12 63 2-32 42 5-40 39 13-IS 24 0-17 28 4-12 45 42-42 24 6-25 22 0-13 8 3-5 9 13 49 0-12 .. Win £3 9 6 16 17 55 5-13 .. Win 8 7 0 8 lt 66 2-37 .. Lose 27 0 0 6 5 34 8-23 .. Lose 31 12 0 2 1 42 9-19 .. Win 13 10 0 4 1 35 28-28 .. Win 5 0 0 3 0 26 2-16 .. Win 2 10 0 7 7 59 ? 29-29 .. Lose 40 15 0 0 4 50 0-35 .. Win 25 10 0 3 1 34 30-30 -.. Lose 1 0 0 0 1 7 1-6 .. Win 26 0 0 O l 12 0-9 .. Lose 3 10 0 0 1 16 6-8 .. Win 12 0 0 present and longest losing sequ...

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FEATURES A Wild Rumour Started Last Week's... OIL FEVER (Without Oil) By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

.\ jViid Rumour |TJ2fflESl Started Last Weeh9s ... OIL FEVER (Without Oil) By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT T AST week, Hie SU h Exchanges of S; aej and Melbourne bi Kd willi (he wild ¡Mculaiion in oil sha (hal they have kno (or years. A drilling company I found oil in Western A iralia, was thc rumour, a Ampol Exploration ,harcs shot as high as 2 ¡a Melbourne, 20/6 Sydney. . . But the activity tn 1 Easlern capitals was no ¡ne compardcTwith wi happened in Perth, whit along with most of We ern Australia, bas be {ripped by "oil fever'' without the oil! The whole affair oegi with wild rumours th "wwballed in Perth. The first of thc rumour Passengers in a plane bou: (or the North-West h; flown over the oil well Rough Range, in the E mouth Gulf, where dnllii is going on, and had actual leen the oil gushing, it w taid. Furthermore, thc passe jere had seen the drillii jtaff fighting madly to che< the flow. A couple of days later, mysterious letter was sui posed to have arrived i Perth, w...

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Recovery In Golf Shield [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Recovery In Golf Shield L. Bromley and L. Bowes (N.S.W.) made a good recovery to lead the qualifiers for the Kil- lara Shield foursomes at Pymble yesterday. Bromley and Bowes, after a scratchy first nine holes start of 42, six over par, came home in 35, regulation figures, which included an eagle 3 at the 450 yards 12th hole, for a 77. Bromley and Bowes led by a stroke from four other pairs, who had to play off over six holes for the other three qualifying places. In the play-off R. Burns and J. Palmer, of oCncord, were eliminated. Qualifiers: L. - Bromley and L. Bowes (N.S.W.). 77: J. Lemon and S. A. Keane (Killara). 78: D. Davies and D. Gray (Ryde-parra- matta), 78: R. Jennings and M. Behringer (Ryde-parramatta), 78.

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S. Aust. Golf Win [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

S. Aust. Golf Win Fred Thompson yesterday beat 22-year-old Murray Crafter two up to win the South Australian profes- sional golf championship at Royal Adelaide. Thompson, who was four down at lunch, came home in 36 for a round of 76. Crafter returned in 40 for a round of 82.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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YOUR PAPER TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

YOUR PAPER TO-DAY To-day's "Sun-Herald" includes: . Five special fashion pages an up-to-the-minute guide to summer dressing, and five pattern designs. Women's Section (begins Page 25). . An enlarged "Fact" section. Eight-page lift-out (begins Page 21). Other regular features i are: I . Candid Comment .... P. J 8 i . Finance . P. 61-62 I . Doctor's Diary .P. 60 . Leon Gcltert .P. 70 ! . Mercier Cartooc .... P. 70 ' . Books . P. 71 O Films. P.73 . Religion . P. 74 . Gilbert Maní .P. 59 . Motoring .P. 77 . Gardening . P. 78-79 . Serial .P. 75

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GIRL'S FAS[?] HURDLE W[?] Close To Re[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

GIRL'S FAS HURDLEf Close To M Although running ¡nj gale-force headwind, Gwen lace (Eastern Suburbs) elli 12 secs for the A grade metres hurdles at the woq interclub meeting at the $ Ground yesterday. This perform ance, which was the fastest of the meeting, was three fifths of a second outside her Australian junior record of 11.4 seconds. Gwen won by 12 yards from Pam Gray (St. George) with Gwen's clubmate, Pat McGarrity, third. Gloria Cooke (Western Suburbs), ran a good 100 yards in 12 seconds despite the adverse conditions. Clubmate Joan Curtis was two- yards behind to fill second place. The majority of senior officials and several import- ant competitors were attend- ing the wedding of sprint star Marjorie Jackson and cyclist Peter Nelson at Lithgow. A GRADE St. George v Eastern Suburbs. 100yds: N. Fogarty (E.S.). 1; P. McGarrity (E.S.), 2: J. Dronfield (St.G.), 3. Time, 12.2. Broad jump: G. Wallace CE.S.), 16ft 2Viin, 1; B. Hill (St.G.). 2. 80-metre hurdles: G. Wallace (E.S.). 1;...

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Capsizes In Sailing [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Capsizes In Sailing Nerang, ' ideally rigged with a very small sail, won the Sydney Flying Squad- ron race on the Harbour yesterday. It beat scratch boat Apex by six seconds, with Diane lm 5s. away third. In the fresh west-nor' west wind, Sylvia Too was the early leader, but on the way to Cremorne, Nerang, revelling in the conditions, took the lead and led for the remainder of the race. Apex may have won the race.but for carrying its mainsail on the wrong side of the run from - Shark Island to Cremorne. Jan, sailed by W. Barnett and H. C. Press, capsized at the Sow and Pigs, and Mar- garita capsized on the run from Cremorne. . Sydney Flying Squadron.-18ft memorial handicap: Nerang CH. Winning), 7m 45s, 1; Apex (L. Heffernan), scr., 2; Diane (A. Johnson), 7m, 3. Then came Jenny Too (rel.), Sylvia Too, Ace. Cap- sized: Margarita, Jan. Non-starter: The Tiger. Won by 6s; lm 5s. Balmain Moth.-First heat club championship: Joker (H. Machan), scr., 1; Nuisance (S. Smith), scr., 2. Won by 1...

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CLLB GOLF RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

I CLLB GOLF RESULTS \ ASHLAR.-Stroke: A. R. Tait (15). 69. ASQUITH.-Stroke, Medal: R. J. Cunningham (15). 64. AUSTRALIAN-First found Vic- tory trophy: R. B. Holliday and L. Ingamclls. 5 up; L. D. Bcston and I. C. Buckingham, 5 up; G. Wells and F. W. Butcher. 3 up; A. Dempsey and J. R. Hickson, 3 up; H. C. Hickson and O. H. Smith, 3 up; J. I. Convery and H. S. Johnson, 3 up; H. P. Large and C. J. Wittie, 3 up. AVONDALE.-Invitation four ball v par: Handicap: G. W. Glas- son (16) and R. East (10). 9 up. Scratch: L. B. Hamilton and J. Ferris. 3 down. BALGOWLAH.-Stroke, medal. A: J. Sasse (ll). 61. B: J. Jarrett (19) . 63. C: R. Wilson (27), 59. Wilson Medal and trophy winner, Scr. J. Sasse, 72. BANKSTOWN-Medal, A: J. Cummings (10), 66. B: W. Barlow (21). 64. C: R. McQuillan (23), 65;' Q. Blanche (24), 65. BAYVIEW.-Monthly medal, stroke, A: R. Johnson (21). 58. B: J. Aldren (12), 63. BEXLEY.-Best ball stableford: E. Peoples (10) and A. Wilson (7) . 44. BEVERLEY PARK.-Four ball v par: S. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Great Surgeon Tells How, Under His New Operating Technique... A Dog LIVED[?] And A Woman DIED [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

A Great Surfjean Tel ts Ha§r9 ' '"If Untier Miis Nen? Operating Teehnit/ue - . . THIS IS a (»lc of exciting adventure far removed from thc ordinary - the life story of . Europe's greatest surgeon, Ferdinand Saucr bruch, who died two years ago at 75, and whose memoirs arc now being published. Ile devised thc pres- sure chamber which made chest opera- tions possible. He began as a pupil of von Mikulicz, who at first opposed thc invention. Now Sauerhruch tells how the fight was con- tinued--together. A Dog LIVED And A Woman DIED "V/OUNG surgeons ol to * day may find it diffi- cult to imagine my feel- ings as 1 sat in a railway carnage beside the great von Mikulicz o n my way to Berlin to de monstrate my invention. For n,. doctor could then operate inside the human chest. I must repeat this, for that was the great prob- lem of my young days. And d' the age of 28 I believed that I had found the method. In my heart 1 was certain that I had discovered how to reach the organs within the hum...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

When it's a question of SPACE . .. . . seating is cleared in MINUTES Î30 of these ^ fS£á\ ... stack in the | ^ floor space of * ONE I St.ik-A-Byc Qiairs are a boon wherever floor -, space is valuable. Sec your furniture supplier, or write direct for special terms to clubs, caterers, etc. "fl "I STAK-A-BYES sebels STAK-A-BYE STEEL CHAIRS N.S.W. Distributors: SEBEL SALES LIMITED 96 Canterbury Road, Bankstown, N.S.W. UY28I3 SBS2~ f Give ROLEX and you give a lifetime of accuracy... Colonel Sir John Hunt's tribute toRolex: Colonel Sir John Hunt who wore a Rolex Oyster Perpetual on the successful Everest 1953 expedition says: . "There were no worries of winding or mechanical failure - which could he an important factor at heights of over 25,000 feet. We have come to look upon Rolex Oysters as an important part of high climbing equipment". On seven Everest expeditions climbers have worn Rolex Oyster watches. Tudor watches are another brandi of the Rolex family. Ask lo see the Rolex and Tud...

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Troubles of a Mormon FACT'S New York News Bureau [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

Troubles of a Mormon FACT'S New York News Bureau An unexpected visitor to the oak-panel- led Washington office of Agriculture Secre- tary Ezra Taft Benson, one morning this week, found him on his knees. It was Mormon El Benson's custom to open office clay with prayer a frantic politician's S.C to the Almighty to get 1 out of difficulties. But this week Benson v in trouble with Americ farmers because of his inti lion to slop spending h a million dollars daily keep the prices for agrie lura! commodities high. Ever since the 1930s t farmers had been favour with subsidies and free ber tils which were intensifi with the war. Benson also propos handing over much of tl Agriculture D c p artmcm world-famous but expensh soil conservation services I thc States. Benson said that he'acte with thc full knowledge an approval of President Eiser bower, who svas committe to economies. A showdown This did not prevent Rc publican congressmen witl country constituents demand inc Benson's resignation. A...

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RELIGION AND LIFE The Quest For Our Daily Bread FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

mmm m m\ The Quesi IPof Off f B^HTT^ Daily Bread _ By Thc Rev. ALAN WALKER _ The deepest cry of mankind is for bread-for the body and the soul. In the Lord's Prayer, He taught us to pray: "Give us this day our daily bread." IT is very easy for us in * modern society to for- get how completely . de- pendent we are on God. In cities where v/e see so little of the steady rhythm of the scaso where food is so often processed, com- ing in tins, we can forget how helpless we reall) are. In God's world there is no such person as a man of "in- dependent means." Wc may plough thc soil and sow thc seed but we cannot create seeds or make a plant grow. On God and His providence we all depend. "Back of the loaf is the snowy flour And back of the flour the mill And back of the mill is the wheat and the shower And back of the sun is the Father's will." And so Jesus taught us .His petition: "Give us-give us daily bread." God provides us with food for body and spirit on a cer- tain basis, a daily bas...

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... and casual in the sun FASHIONS FOR SUMMER [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 8 November 1953

The protective shirt, to shield you from over-sunning or a biting wind, the briefest of shorts to match, or to team in with the shirt material, and a chic one-piece suit for swimming-these are the essentials for days of sunny leisure on the beach There is an amusing suggestion of the Victorian night-shirt-but with so much more glamour-in this Boriss white poplin smock, dotted in black, worn over tight black trousers. Dots again, but this time nearly as big as oranges, are hand-painted in white on a black swimsuit designed by the Ricci Sisters, of Milan. The new beach favourite, charcoal denim, makes the easy-fitting shirt on the right, lt is worn over shorts printed with stars and fastened down each side*-with-star-shaped jewel buttons,"' FASHIONS FOR SUMMER ] Florentine designer Emilio Pucci suggests a blouse of pretty poplin, with stripes of tiny flowers (far left) to be worn outside the briefest shorts. A play suit of white terry has a belt and bands of red and white knitted cott...

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