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BRITISH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

BRITISH ASSOCIATION. 'Mr. Jack Logan, of Brisbane, the chairman o? the Commonwealth Football Association of Aut- I tralla, is kind enough to send me New Year's ! greetings (writes 'Tityrus' in the 'Athletic. I News')— and through me to all lovers of the | round ball and the simple game rn this side of i The Big Football— as R. L. Stevci-sroi deswibed I the world in one of his famou.i lUtor.^. l am ) sure that we all reciprocate t^-. wlfhe* and | hope for the development of 'f-oc.-er' all rver the land of the wallaby and tin wat'.H !.los aorn.' Mr. Logan over 2 n yean ago. was ho*?, tec ro tary of the New South WaI-M Fooloijii .Wfco eUtlAn, and r^pres^nti'! the State ub gAal kfcof-er in & it* or early mat'.-b^s

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE CRAWL STROKE HOW IT IS DONE. "Referee" Readers in Queensland and New Zealand Seek Information. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

THE CRAWL STROKE HOW IT IS DONE. 'Referee' Readers in Queensland and New Zealand Seek Information. The articles ou tho crawl stroke by :-lr. Cecil Hcaly iu the 'Referee'1 have awakened a desire in many swimmers throughout Australasia t» improve their knowlcdgo of the movements ne cessary tor cffuL'UVttJy '.^plotting the stroke. Subjoined are the replies of Mr. Hcaly to two correspondents this week. They are so in teresting tnut we hove r.o doubt tbey will prove instructive lo many readers of the 'Saturday Referee' who have uot had the advantage ot seeing tho stroke effectively illustrated by its leading exponcuts in the metropolis. In reply to ??Swimmer' (Townsville, Q.) : There are two distinct styles of swimming tho 'crawl.' One Is to lie fiat on the surface of the water, with bead held well down, and arm* used paddle fashion. To obtain breath, the head Ij lifted, su-u.\g round sharply, and then down again. 'I hi- Is done every few strokes. The other meC-od Is to breathe regularly...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BILLIARDS SCOTT FUND FLYING HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

BILLIARDS' (By 'WALER.') ® SCDTT FUND FLYING HANDICAP. Th' Amateur Billiard Asso«S.»tlon got a splen did response from both branches of billiardiMi* in connection wlih the 'flying hundred' to M played on Monday in aid of the Lord Mayor * Siot: Fund. Messrs. Helton and Smith have lent their billiard parlor for the function, and ^ in addition otter a guinea order for the winner of ihe fastest heat played. The first heat will comuunei. at .'I i».m. sharn. and as there aro . eight to be got off during the afternoon ther« , ; teed be no fear of long *\%«lta.' It would b« i too much to expect that every competitor should able to show his (or her) top form in such ? n engagement: bllt It Is almost assured that | Ihe contests vill not bo by any means ono I sided, albeit many of the duellists are capablo : o: going to 'game' in one stkk— a trick 'Dlc.- j ' Birkett very often got off on nmazed (and ai- , miring) opponents during a certain stay in , New Zealnnd. ? Handicaps nre to be framed by...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROWING TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

? ROWING © Cr 'AQUA.' TODAY'S FIXTURES. ?1' be Unwin 7 ( bib j:\rtit, lllaekw.utlc Iljy 1 AMONGST THE AMATEURS. A selection has at last been made of th* Inicr Stato crcw to represent New South Wnk- i.' Ad-.ialde on Aptil :% next. Ton men have ne.-n chosen, comprising; — b. AMKS (H.lt.C. A. C. JACKfcON (S.K.C.i \ l TM.r. i (f.H.l .) j;. IHH.HOnV OUtC) I ?-. cnsWM.i, (K.K.r.i J. ijoniNsov mn r'. ! II. K. (iHAN'Dfl.N fn.Jil.; T. ItOllfTUK K (K H. U. CHANT ( It. !{.('.» I?. SVMONs (f..lt'.Cj I Harry Green* the amateur champion, will re present the State In the sculls, a final ?'lCctiou will be made on Saturday. The crew treins from Glebe shed, nnd tho coach will also he selected on Saturday. St. Ignatius R.C. regatta from a ndiupunt of view, at nny rate, was quite epa;-! to any of in predecessors. There probably was a falling off of the spectators, hut for quantity an*! quality of racing nothing could have hern better. ENTERPRISE IN TOP PLACE. The remit of the racing is to p|«.e Enter p...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING CHATTER. (CONTINUED FROM OUR FRONT PAGE.) TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

SWIMMING CHATTER. (BY CECIL HEALY.) {CONTINUED FROM OUR FRONT PAGE.) TO-DAVS FIXTURES. Bondi Club's Annual Cnrnii.il. Path*. 1 Sydney Club'.- 410yds - hiii:i|sioii«lii|-, l-i\ itic Champion- , -hip, 7.\vfit, and H.itvlic.tp.'. Dnmiihi Hath*. AibtMlisin Luriirt.' Champion-hip*. .it Uri^banr. Wollongong: League Clul-'- Csmii»Ml, at Wollonpon*. meeting wc entered into an animated fllscua hion as to whether the action of thj Ladles' I Association, in departing from their previously i adopted resolution to exclude the oreicuce of men from their functions, was really wi/e, dts crect, or judicious. The subject is controver sial, and provides food for a good dm I of j thought, to one who hna the best interests tf the sport at heart. 1 It was mutually agreed .between us that the I affair conducted In the Mr enclosuro recently I whs not wanting in any particular and left nothing to be desired, even from the stnndp«.iiu and according to tho ideas of one t'/nvfvUi cally inclined. Sonic misgivin...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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KAHANAMOKU AND THE EEL. "SAVAGE WATER SNAKE ATTACKS SWIMMER WHILE TRAINING IN THE OCEAN." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 March 1913

KAHANAM0KU AND THE EEL. 'SAVAGE WATER SNAKE ATTACKS SWIM- , MER WHILE TRAINING IN THE OCEAN.' , 'Duke' Kahanarooku's narrow escape In u light with a sea eel at an occan resort n:ar Honolulu on January v reported by cable ut the time. We ;.ow learn that he was prac tising wlt'n a number ot other swimmers, wnru ho suddenly seemed to be dragged under tho water In a furious struggle. Kune 'lull aniiiimeiH were naStCIUng to nil' with their powerful over-hand stroke. Kahaia moku sank from sight. His tricndK dived, brought him up, and carried him ashore almost unconscious. A Jarge eel. ivhkli In- In.-l choked to defth had attacked him. and In th' struggle tin swimmer suffered a slight injury to the indeu linger of his rlsl.t band. The Sport Page of ih« 'Globe' is always in teresting—every par of it. It also a re llahlc record of the sport events of the week, and worth fljlng. You are missing something If you do not regularly read, the Pport rasa 61 the 'Globe.', ftun through it qow. ,

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS SPRINGBOKS AND THEIR HEARTY SEND OFF FROM ENGLAND. MANAGER AND CAPTAIN ON THE SUCCESS OF THE TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

f SPORT IN OTHER LANDS 1 ' SPRINGBOKS AND THEIR HEARTY | SEND OFF FROM ENGLAND. | ? i MAXAGKK AND CAPT.MN ON TIIK SlTCi:SS or THE TOUK. n». popularity of tlio Smith African tram *-ns licmonsirnti'i'. I-y the huqe crowd thrt tho men farewell at Waf.rlnn Station on Jaminry IS. ilesint.- the fact that the pp.-il.il left for Southampton at an exceptionally early hour. I.OIIK llefore the scheduled time of dep.u - ^ ? ? »»f ..nlhimlnstu i?Mthercd. The I | ture a gre.ii cn»»- « ? ? ? ? 'platform and the approaches to the station j Were packed by people, who sau^ and cheered with vigor. On arrival at Southampton there was a fare well luncheon on board tho K.M.S. Armadale Castle. The heads of the Rugby Union pur posely missed the big International match be tween England and Wales at Cardiff in order O wish 'God speed' to the team. Those who spoke on behalf of Great Britain wished the South Africans a pleasant Journey home, nnd paid a magnificent tribute to the manner In which they had played...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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STILL ROUGH ON THE AMERICANS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

STILL ROUGH ON THE AMERICANS. ! Tho 'Thorpe case' has afforded many English ! writers an opurtuntty to 'deal it out' to the ' Americans. Here Is a sample from a London ! exchange : 'Recently there have been shown fn Lopdon cinematograph pictures of African hunting scenes, mostly of lion hunts. In which the hunting has been done by hounds, acting not so much nu hounds as llon-baltlng curs. Mr. Paul Ralnoy, an American, has been re sponsible for these pictures and also the sport they depict, but some big-game hunters who havo done their share of African and other hunting have written to disparage the sport as nf a kind unworthy of the name, on the ground that all dangi r Is eliminated from the gunner, and falls on the pack. 1 am not so sure that they are right. Mr. A. E. Butter did a great -lcal of this kind of lion-hunting, and his view was that no matter how much the lion's atten tion was engaged by tlie dogs while they halted him. no sooner did he see the man coming than he seemed ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE STORY TELLER. HUMORS OF THE MATCH, [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

THE STORY TELLER. HUMORS OP THE MATCH, If there Is one wmc that ovorv man thinks ho knows more about than hiu slater it is cricket, which wo art- (.11 supposed to have played nt some periods of our career— pro- bably before wt- became too fat to run Age inay not wither our Infinite variety. but may give us a largo stomach, and no man can course with j .'peed from one wicket to another, and vice versa, If ho bo heavily loaded inside. lie musr get rid of his olcagenow deposits if he wisher, to win distinction with bar and hall. There are perhaps more undoubted authorities on the subpect of cricket than on any other game under tlie sun. It is amusing even at a big match to note that about tour spectators out of ulx are unable to distinguish between a 'catch' and a 'burnball.' Thus. when n bats man hits a ball hard on the ground and is caught off the rebound, people groan an If their trouble were Internal, thinking iie is out. and they have not sense enough (as is the crse with many hol...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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JOHN PORTER ON JOCKEYSHIP. FAMOUS VETERAN MISSES THE GIANTS OF THE PAST. APPRENTICES IN THE SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

I JOHN PORTER ON JOCKEYSHIP. I FAMOUS VETERAN MISSES THE GIANTS OF THE PAST. APPRENTICES IN THIS SPORT. Mr. John Porter, the famous veteran who used to control the fortunes nf the Klngsclere stahlo before he retired In favor of 'Willie' Waugh, has forwarded to the Press Association of Eng land his views on the decline of Joekcyshlp. He tit i II takes an active Interest In the sport, and Is personally Interested in the welfare of New bury. Mr. Porter says ''n iny book, 'Kltmselere.' published In 1S96, the following appears on the subject of the Jockey : '1 contend that he Is the embodiment , of one of the most Important problems that demnnd solution in connection with the national sport.' Where are the Jockeys? Where will they be in the course of a few years? They ap pear lo be diminishing annually. 'It is deplorable to think thut for our leading Jockeys we have to go to America and Aus tralia. England used to be the nursery to which all nations looked for their supply. ! INSTRUCTION...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

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SURF GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

SURF GOSSIP. lUy 'SHARK BAIT.') A amart rescue from the surf was ma»r at Seuth Steyne, Manly, on Wednesday afternoon. Miss .P. Adams, of Commonwealth-Btreot, Syd ney. was bathing a good dlstauce out, r-Leit she wui, washed by a wave into a hole. Immediate ly she was in difficulties, and slgualled for help. J. Reynolds (the life-saver) 'swam out to her assistance, whilst II. Davenport, of Mardy, t'ltuui uuu nuiu iue assistance nf Reynolds and the struggling girl. Daven port was washed right past them, but fortu nately Reynolds managed to bring Mbs Ad«»n»s ashore. Medical assistance was summoned, and Dr. Peach came on the scene. After restora tives had been applied the bather revived, and wa.: able to leave at 0 o'clock for her home. The Coogce Surf Club will hold their annual swimming carnival oti Monday nc;a at the Ccogce Aquarium nt S p.m. The br.-t two c\ents to take placc will be the looydr- ''iam- plonship. ln which A. W. Barry and Tod Snlc- ' mons will take part, and the 26-yds...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

Forbes Jockey Club. AUTUMN MEETING. APRIL 14th and 15th, 1913. 1-illST DAY. Till: OPKNIXd IIANDICAI', lit M ws. DNuimv il furlunitK. TDK TRIAL STAKES, of 10 sovs. Di-tanre 0 finU»n«A. For ull lmrsi'9 (hat liuvt, uVvi-r won 1111 u,lv,Tli-i-,l ptirc of 10 ixivh or ,,v,'i lo night nl koiiit.iI entry. TIIK Al'Tl'MX llANDlt'AI'. ut :M miv». IIWiiiuv I mil,'. TUB WKl.TKIt IIANIIK'AI', nl 1', Kislaiuv 7 dir. long*. .Minimum wi-inlit, St. Till: 1--|,YIN'(; HAXIllCAl'. ,,l j, -? sovs. Hi-ijmv 8 Inr lullK*. SKCOXI) 1-AY. tiii: i'uk.silii:.\-i'.s kamik ai', ,,i -j;, sum. Di'iaim i; furlotiKK. TIIK MlVlI K HAXDIfAl', „t 10 Mil-. Ili-laiiw 0 fur lotift^. l-'ur nil linrrii's lliiii li.ivt- ni-i ,t ivitn nn a,l\ ,-r- tis«-,l jirir.i- „f In -uvs nl- over ill I in'' nf hlnrlllnr. Till-: KOIllll'.S JIH'KKY Cl.l lt IIAMIM AI', of Mil*. Distaiue I unit' 1 nnicm:;. TIIK KI.YINtJ Wilf.TKl! HANDICAP, of 15 M-\-, Di-- tumv 7 furh)mr-. Minimum wi-iuln, 711*. THE FAREWELL HANDICAP, ol 2' f0\«. DM.ince -S lur...

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ATHLETIC GOSSIP TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

I ATHLETIC GOSSIP I . ® By 'MENTOR.** $ ' TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. Sf r.»:rjik*!- Day SporU. ;it Show Ground. Snhurto A.A.-\ CTufj Ilandi'c:i»««, at l'ran*n I'.rk, AMlkld. ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPOUTS. The final open handicap mcetlug of the track M-aton will be the St. Patrick's Day Sporty, v hlrh havo been arranged to tr.ko placc nt tho Khow Ground this afternoon. Tho flr*t rvent I-: I he Cardinal's Cup. the heats of which will bo started at 3 o'clock! Tho class of sprinters nominated la wMl up to t }) o .standard of pre vious yen ro, and ;;ohk Interesting racing should be witnessed. THE CARDINAL'S CUP. J. F. Bradley may win the first heat from R. Henderson. In the sccond R. V. Uooth and F. c. Madcley should fill the leading positions. T. Ferguson and E. K. Hansmnn appear best In the next division. The fourth may be won by I'. W. Stewart, with J. -\ Sloman nearest. Great Interest is centred upon the fifth, as the East Sydney followers are confident of C. R. Harwood annexing firf-t honors, wh...

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SAILING ROYAL SYDNEY YAGHT SQUADRON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

I SAILING (0/ 'TOM CRINGLE.') I ISOYAI. SVDNKV YACHT KQL'A DltON. The very satisfactory behaviour of the S luctri, yachtr. lu their nice last Saturday was a h.'.1'1'',' 111 n':' liehnldcrn, and will probably l, '*-?« °f estnhlishlnK them inoro nrnily In tin, ml Imatlon or men wliD require a fm- .'ho ,',r';';'7r- Thoy !,r'- *5'S ''IioiikIi rnnKc 'f outside crulslni? Mounds that abound nlonrc otir consts. HolIi eiru. the winner, and Magic surely divided - honors Inasmuch as tliey were the only two boalnto gel round Hie .Manly course. Why tho ofllclals of the H.s.Y.H. did not shorten tho course seems to in- a . peculiar circumstance. Seeing whnt a bad day it k.is, and that Thclnrn hail met with n regrettable accident. It would lune shown a Ulnilly conidflt. ration to competi tors. It seems, In the face of Saturday's ac cident, necessary that clubs conducting races chould engage boats tn follow competitors over the entire course. If the steamer follow ing Saturday*.* race had been capab...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

It is as good as picking UP nuggets to read Ac 'GLOBE' regularly. It , enriches all readers, there | fore don't miss it on any occasion. If you don't see it, ASK FOR IT. 'Globe,' please. U/je Best! OLD ORKNEY WHISKY T.'.IE PUREST SPRING WATER FROM THE HEATHER-CLAD HILLS OF. PPKXEV JSfcANa.! , ' 13 USED IK THE DISTILLING -'v.; — 'O.O.'

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CRICKET FIXTURES. NEW SOUTH WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. Twelfth Round—March 16 and 20. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

CRICKET FIXTURES. , ni;\v .sol'Tii w.\r,ns ciikkkt association*. Tuflflh IEouii- I — Miirili Hi iin,| -.1). v. Ml, I, Ik- ll.irlior, lVtor-h.iin; N. Milioll* and \\ . (I. Kr, ni-li. N„rtli Si.lnov v I).il iii-Mi. S.l'.t;.: W, forniu itiiil It. ('jllan.ii--. i nlvcrnlv -. llunruiHl, Lnlvpr-lt.v; 11. 'riionilliunit,- and A. Srv. 11.,'ur. (Jlllie v. ltt-, Item, \V, nlworth I'.u;, ; |,u,.'1(, 'Jl'HC. (lonliin v. I'uddingtan, Clnit.wonl: A. ( . .l,ino- anil C. \V. Wa,.y|,. (Vntral ( '??luln-rland v. f'liniy. I'arr.inatt-a; W. .1. |l.nlnr ami .1. a. -RimMI. Wa\,-rli-i- u l,ye. , ivien.i,™, s.c.c. i; J; Wil,1-'»«,'''l «? II. llavl'. l':i,l,llnnti,n !; 'f1;''.'1, Il,tinp,li--i; .1. c. (lalrn. and .1. Colli.. MurnckvilK- v. Sydr.rr, llurrlik vil I.- ; ||. and C ' ,!11'''- .. ?ywln-f (Vnlnl (.-Uliibt-rlanil, HiTkln, : ', ' t!- WII,,,,,. rnivrnltr v. (.Ill*-, Alr.\an,lrla; \\ . lliii„p.iU|. ami J. Covli'. I.VkIi V'',1.' , MI'MK' irorlK-r. l.ilchhanK; W. Mitel, rll und .1. I.. tu'Mimr. WaviTlt'...

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS WICKS FROM THE GREENS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

I BOWLS AND BOWLERS I j* BY 'JACK HiGH.^ WICKS FROM THE GREENS, , Easter Carnival Begins next Saturday. Victorians arrive on Thursday, And Quecnslanders on Good Friday. Vies, also visit South and West Australia. Wide Bay touring party come to Sydney on May 111. , , W.1J.T. l\ represent Maryborough, Bundabcrg, and Uympic. They will number 38, and .will Include 13 lady cnthusiu3ts. Mr. Shadforth has been asked to arrango matches, particularly Manly and Waverley. Balmaln green, day and night, will bo largely used by Inter-State visitors next tweck. President Spene0 will entertain tho Inter Staters at a harbor picnic on March 2S. Association championship events are dragging1 along, but sectional finals are in view. So far the 'Referee^Arrow' selections for the I airs In each division aro still alive. Cox and Wahlbcrg won their match with Crouch and McCIure, of Randwlck, by 22-15. It was a good fight, the scores being level— S-S— on the eishth end and 15-15 on the six teenth end. It took...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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WORLD'S FEATHER-WEIGHT CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

WORLD'S hEATHER-WHIGHT CHAMPIOH. 'Hv 'CESTUI' in 'The Jpnrtsman.') Now that Jim Driscoli h'is retired from the ; ring. I take it Owen Moian v.iU have as good : a right to the title o*' fe itb'-i -weight champl(»ji j us anyone in the busine.-?. Net that Moran i.- j looking for. or running abnut claiming, surh j an honor. 1 had a im'. chat, with him. and he told me that championships were not his | umbition; and he took n muci% more Bcnslblc | view of the situation by saying that, while msious, of course. ;o maintain the ho&ojr ot tha i Old Country, he was. like men in other profes sions, working for his living nnd what be could get together to go towards any rainy day tbat might happen to come. In this connection Moran ls wise in bis generation. 1 have known him, 1 might almost say intimately, /-ver since h#- took tip boxing as a means of livelihood. While in some quarters considered to be on overrated box«.-r, and one who would never get beyond the second class of profession...

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