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LACROSSE A GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

LACROSSE A GRADE. West Torrens v. University (west park lands).-Torrens (from)--Batchelor (2), Mc Gregor. Can, Strudwick, West, Struttoi, Edge, 1ishop, Phillips, Bearr, Pleass. Port Adelaide v. North Adclaide.-Port Ade laide (from)--Weir ('), Betta, Coleman, Moore, Symons, Steer. Turner, Ilerriott, Brinrford, Boys, and Willi.ams. B GIlADE. North Adelaide v. West Torrens (Medindie). -North Adelaide (from)-Acramnan, B,.rri man, Cornish, Dixon, Eyrce, Kitson, Laugley, Minnie, Muirhead, MCGee, Shanasy, and Woolaston. Torrens-Edgo, Sim, Mellow ship, Datson, Thickett, Perkins ("), Bridg land, Lee, Boath, Osborne, Please. Port Adelaide v, Deaf Adult-Port Ade laide (fromi)-Everett, PFricker, Wilson, Des lands, Caporn, Barlow, Clark, Davies, Nade baum, Martin, Garbett, and Turner. C GRADE. West Torrens v. East Torrens (Victoria Park)--Torrens (from)-Watt, Gourlay, Ar nold, Smnllwood, Beauchamp, Webber. Hart shorne, Valiant (2), Brice (2), Wyatt, andl Black.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Chinese Soccer Team In Adelaide Next Month [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

Chinese Soccer Team In Adelaide Next Monrth Definite advice has been receiverd by Chinese citizens of Adelaide regarding the arrival of the Chinese soccer team, which is expected shortly. They will arrive in Sydney on August 6. They' intend to go on to Newcastle and theni to Melbourne, arriving here later. According to Chinese papers received the soccer team frfm ,noversetLt is trained to as near Iperfection aLS pos sible, an American teacher having been procured. It is not known definitely when the team will rrrive in Adel!aide, but it is I expected next month. "One lady bit me, ..nd then another laily hit me. Their up pops a third lady, and takes my character away. Btiog a better: lady tb"·) any: o thrmn. I acted aa such, an; did ..t back," said a woman at Thames l Police couri.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NATIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

NATIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB At the annual meeting of the National Women's Club, at the Rechabite Hall, Grote-street, yesterday. Mrs. Weir Edwards presided. Mrs. G. Wat son (convener of sewing circle) re ported tha: 473 garments had been made for Mareeba Eabies' IHospital during tlhe year. Officers elected were:-President, Mrs. I. Crago; vice-president, Mrs. B. V. Bone; secretary, Mrs. A. MeKenoy; treasurer, Miss A. Buchanan; delegates to National Council of Women, Mrs. Weir Edwards and Mrs. H. Epps; convener of sewing circle, Mrs. G. Watsoz.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BASEBALL WEST TORRENS V. RAMBLERS (Adelaide Oval). [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

BASEBALL WEST TORRENS V. RAMBLERS (Adelaide Oval). WEST TORRENS from-Lnyon, Leaves., Pfartlett, Harrison, Sharpe, Dooland (2), Wickhanm, Green. rtochlin, and Cawte. BTURTS V. UNIVERSITY (Unlversity Oval). STURTS from--Buchanan, Braybrook, Clark, Dcolette, Evans, Jones, South, Williams, Wigglesworth, and Whiting. MIILLSWOOD V. Y.M.C.A. (Hlndmarsh Oval). MILLSWOOD from-Buchanan, Deed, Evans, Holland (3), Neck, Nelson, Parkinson, and Tucker.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MEDICAL CONGRESS MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

MEDICAL CONGRESS -MELBOURNE, Today. From November 12 to 17 the Aus tralian Medical Congress will be held in Melbourne. It will be the first gathering of its kind in Australia. Sir Villiam MIacEwen, of Glasgow, presi dent of the British Medical Association, will preside. He is now on the way to Australia. and will arrive in Sydney on October 1~7.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AT LABOR EXCHANGE Pleas For Assistance [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

AT LABOR EXCHANGE Pleas For Assistance Many humorous requests for assis tance are received by Mr. A. C. H. I Richardson (Superintendent of the Go I vernment Labor Exchange) and his staff. But in his opinion the most re cent plea for financial aid "takes the cake." The applicant, who signed his initials only, set out his request in the follow ing terms: "Please will you kindly lend me five shillings on my bones. I wish to invest two and sixpence on each off the fol lowing horses: 2/6 Clineks Son in the Fiurdle Race,, and 2/6 Steel Brons in the Vroiscy Hcp. This day off our Lord the 29 July, 1923, and oblige." The embryo punter evidently meant the grst horse to be Cilika's Son. The second race which he mentions is ap parently the Viceroy Handicap. Mr. Richardson explained that a few shillings were often given to men who asked for assistance. "In this case," he added, "we draw the line at giving money for hetting."

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EARL'S DAUGHTER Happy With Wireless Operator RECENT ROMANTIC MARRIAGE (UNITED SERVICE.) LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

EARll'Sl AUTl TERf Happy With Wireless Operator RECENT ROMANTIC MARRIAGE (UNITED SElRVICE.) LONDON, August 1. To the intense happiness of the young couple recent events bear out Lady Stradbr oke's remark at the time of the romantic marriage of her daughter, Lady Pleasance Rous, to a wireless operator, Owen McKenna, that she would not be opposed to tho union. After relinquishing his position with the Marconi Company young McKenna and his wife several times visited the Earl of Stradbroke's home. It could not be said that there was reconcilia tion, because despite the statements to the contrary, which Lady Stradbroke justly resented, there was never at any time anything in the nature of a breach between the daughter and her parents. The young couple's affairs were several times the subject of the most friendly discussion with Earl and Lady'Stradbroke, as a result of which Mr. and Mrs. McKenna are happy in the knowledge that when they have linished their round of visits to Lady Pleasanc...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
BASEBALL SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

BASEBALL (By "BALLPLAYER.") SOUTH AUSTRALIAN ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP TABLE. P. W. L. D. for.ag. P. Ramblers ...... 11 8 2 1 60 25 17 East Torrens .... 11 7 3 1 70. 53 15 Sturt ........ 11 7 4 - 46 33 14 Goodwood ...... 11 6 5 - 60 47 12 University...... 11 i 6 - 62 65 10 West Torrens .. 11 4 7 - 41 65 8 Millswood...... 10 3 7 - 33 71 6 Y.M.C.A ...... 10 2 8 - 34 46 4 NEXT SATURDAY'S GAMES. Sturt v. University-University. Goodwood v. East Torrens-Norwood. Ramblers v. West Torrens-Adelaide. Y.M.C.A. v. Millswood-HIindmarsh. Here is a play that happened last Saturday in the Sturt-Goodwood match. After making an unsuccessful attempt to tag a runner ven turing too far off first, the S:urt pitcher returned the ball smartly. The frst-base 'man, not expecting the return, missed the ball, which was fielded and returned by a spectator. The runner had meanwhile reached third. Several Sturt players appealed to the umpire, alleging that the runner should be all!owed second base only. This is kn...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
NOT WANTED Objection To Russian CALLED "VICIOUS VIPER" LONDON, August 1. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

NOT WANTED Objection To Russian CALLED "VICIOUS VIPER" " (REUTER'S.) LONDON, August 1. An objection to Rakovsky's appoint ment as head of the Anglo-Russian Trade Delegation in London in succes sion to Krassin was expressed in the House of Comm,?s on the ground that he was allegedly. dxpelled from France during the war for propaganda activi ties against the Allies and was instru mental in the massacre in the Ukraine. Mr. nIMcNeill said that the facts alleged were not brought to light when the Government considered the ques tion of recognition. Furtler enquiry would be made and the matter would be reconsidered if necessary. Lieut.-Col. Archer Shee called atten tion later to the anti-British speech of Rakovsky and asked why the Govern ment was ready to harbor this "vicious anti-British viper in BrTitain."

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
DEBASING THE BLACKFELLOW White Man Responsible CAPTAIN WHITE SAYS SO [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

DEBASING THE BLACKFELLOW White Man Responsible CAPTAIN WHITESAYS SO That the aborigine in Central Aus tralia declines immediately he is Chris tianised was the opinion expressed by Capt. S. A. W'hite at a lecture in the Woodville Institute. The lecture was in aid of the building fund of the Way ville Boy Scouts. Capt. Wlhite has made sight trips into the interior. "I have lived alone in a camp with 50 blackfellows," he said. "They have seen me, with one blow of my toma hawk, chop down a branch which would have taken them two hours Iltn their stone axes. They have seen these tomahawks, my guns, and other pos sessions, outside my tent, but never have they attempted stealing. These are the uncivilised natives. "The treacherous man is he who has come min contact with the whites. The blacks receive all our bad qualities but none of the good. "The only way to preserve the black man is to keep him izimune from any contact with the white. For this pur pose I took part in a movement to pro cu...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
AMATEUR LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

AMATUEUR LEAGUE. Goodwood v. YM.C.A. (North Park). Y.M.C.A. (from)-Austin, Beames, Beeching, Berry. Bosisto, Carr, Cunningham, Davidson, Edge, Effick (vice-capt.), Fleer, Golding, Mar tin. Moore, Osborne, Pope, Pratt, Sykes (capt.), Soar, and Ritchie.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
ADELAIDE INVENTION Cure for Telegraphist's Cramp [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

nADEIAIE 1HEwnTON Cure for Telegraphists Cramn So-mething which has proved t boo to telegraphists is the automorse, art automatic hand telegra.ph transrnmitters the invention of Mr. Norman Thomas, who is stationed in the Adelaide Tele graph Department. The instrument can automaticaly make both dots and dashes of the Morse code. It is the only instrument known that can exeo cute both signals. "Telegraphist's cramp" made its ap. pearance in Europe several months aft ter telegraphy came into general use. It catches the operator in the wrist, Some go in the dots and others in the dashes. No sovereign remedy was discovered until Mr. Thomas conceived the idea of the automorse. His instrument' lessens considerably the pressure on the wrist. The automorse has restored several operators to efficiency after other res medies have failed. When it was introduced four years ago it was subjected to the most search' ing tests by the telegraph authorities, who passed it as being satisfactory. It is ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
UNITED CHURCH ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

UNITED CHURCH ASSOCIATION. Queenstown Church of Christ v. Maylands Church of Christ.-Maylands (from)-Allen, ell], Brittain, Carlo, Chivell, Coney, Fewe!l, Frith (2), Ford (2), Gunn, Dyster, Johnson, Jones, Matthews, Wearne, Wicks (2), and Barbour. Queenstown (from)-Bampton, Carey, Edmonds, Harper, James, Levi, Love, Martin, Matthews (2), Morris, Mullins, New combe, Osborne, Rcvill, Wilkinson (capt.), Watkins (2), Wilkinson, and Thompson. Burnside Christian Church v. St. Cuth bert's (South Park Lands).-St. Cuthbert's (from)-Barnfleld, Berry, Brown, Burns, Campbell, Donald, Eaton, Hariord, Haskard (capt.), THassam, Hill, Moore, Mortimer, Ste vens, Stodart, Thompson, Wallace, and Ward. Wellington squ?le Methodist v. Unley Me thodist (latter's grounds).-Wellngtotn square (from)--Lightfoot (capt.), Stewart (vice), Sowden, Lightfoot, WVilliams, Hughes (2,, Metealf, Fleetwood, Lord, Sharp, Gay, Kaye, Gray, Smith, Hiaverland, Carpenter, Miller, Dunstan, Oxenberry, and Sard. Frospect Methodi...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MONEY, MARKETS, AND MINING EXCHANGE RATES Dollar Rate Lower MARK 5,400,000 TO £1 [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

I~o~~~ ~dB~k~k~~ET$ BE~~ II~~~R~ EXCHANGE RATES Dollar Rate Lower MARK 5,400,000 TO £1 Actial rates of exchange on London on Auguist 2 compare with those of July 30 as follow: New York.-4.S87 dollars to £1-August 2, 4..5 5-.; July 30, 4.57¾. Montrsal.--4.87 dollars to £1--4.67 5-S; Paris.--25.22'{ frances to £I-79.55: 77.95. Brus~els.--25.22% franocs to £1--9.70; 95.0.. ?erlin.-20.43 marks to £1---,400,000; Rome.-25.22'?? lire to £I-105.C3: 105.37. rnmsterdamn.--12.10 florins to £l--11.6150; 11. tG0. Athens.-25.22½, drachs to £1-2G0; 235. Stockholm.--1S.159 kronen to £1-17.16; 17."0. Copenhagen.-18.159 kronen to £1 -25.1; 2ok.5 .-Pnce to yen-25.2132; 25.916. T?)oklo.,-Pence to yen--6'.2132; 25.916.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
EAST TORRENS ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

EAST TORRTENS ASSOCIATION. Newstcad v. Magill (Macklinnon parade, North Ad claide).-Newsten d (from)-Aiston, Burdett (2), Beames, Camimics. Clarke. Cham mings, Darley, Funkey, Hobby. O'Connell, Polglase, Smith, Warland. Yeend, Zbeski, Jarrett (capt.). Smith (vice-capt.), Couch, Coleman, cand Wearne. Magill (from Lange (capt.), Reeves (vice-capt.), Clayson, Cook. Francis, Thomas. Horsnell, Couper, Koehne (2), Hodge, Hall, Pike. Giles, Coombes, Keam, Brooks (2), and Rowe. ?Marryatville v. Norwood Uolnions (Newctead groundsi;)..-Marryatville (from)-Appelboee, Barr, Brogan, Bowen, Breen, Ellery, Hopkins, Heffernan, James, IMartin, Nicholls, Nixon, Pearse (2), Smith (2), Stratton, Thompson, W'illington, and W\lliams.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MID-SOUTHERN ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

MID-SOUTHDIRN ASSOCIATION. Edwardstown A v. Claredon A.-Edwards town A (from)--C-rlile, Whcton, Barnard (2), DeLaine. Dunn. Ellis (2). Schultz, Deed. Bennett, Taylor, Boyley, Dravis, Foulds (2), Russell, Wiese. BPowyer, and Plane. Clarendon B versus Edwardztown B.-Ed wardstown B (from)-Collingrldge (2). Ed wards (2), Dunn. Rosewarne (2), Conlon, Ball, Walling. Grossman. Herbert. Hngg, Hams, Percy, Bottroff, Row:ell, and ,Wight. Mitcham B v. Gleeigr Imperials (Hawthorn Oval).--Mitchaml (from)-Jo?e? (capt.), Smal laccmbe (2). Pearson., Lugg (2), Torsney, .Short. Tilley, Thomasrr., Southam, Dynn' (2, Teague, McElligot. Grigg. Bud/mbe, i O'Leary, Claxton. Jones, and Berry.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TEST MATCH STATUS Lowry Can Play For N.Z. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

TEST MATCH STATUS Lowry Can Play For N.Z. Writing in the "Sporting Globe," Mel bourne. E. Baillie refers to the cable published yesterday, questioning the staus of T. C. Lowry, a New Zealander, who headed the average against New\ Z-aland while playing for MacLaren's team. Has Lowry definitely committed hIniself to play for England? That is the question asked. It is difficult to understand says "The Globe" article) why the question of Lowry's test match status has arisen, for matches between New Zealand and English elevens cannot regarded as test matches in the sense that contests he tween Englandl, Australia, and Suoth Africa are. The English team that toured New Zealand recently was in no sense a representative one. nor was it in tended that ti should be. It was a team of English amateurs, not more than two of whom had any preten soins to consideration as representa tive English players. It was. in effect, a team gottogether for a holi day trip, and with the idea of doing something...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
VICTORIAN FOOTBALL TEAM Selection Saturday Night MELBOURNE, Today. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

'iCTORIAN FOOTBALL TEAM Selection Saturday Ni1ht M?ELBOUHRNE., Today. It was thought that the three- se!ec tors to pick the Victorian team to play South Australia on August 1S would meet at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. It has been ascertained that the final selection will be made at S p.m Baseball appears on Page 6

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
TOMORROW'S FOOTBALL Teams Selected LEAGUE STURT V. SOUTH. At Unley. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

TOMORROW'SF?OOTBALL, Teams Selected LEAGUE ST'RT V. SOUTHI. At Unley. Sturt--Riehardson (capt.), Golding (vice capt.), Colquhoun, S. Scrutton. Nicolle, Riley, C. Scrutton, Whitehead, E. Beatty, Caldwell, Jackson, Leak, Darron. Waters, Lyne, Hale, Sharp, Southron. Stuart. (19th man). South (from)--Glbson, Ryan, Palmer, Moss, Handby, Williams, Kay, Waye. Oliver, J. W. Daly, D. Thomas, C. Daly. Scanlon, Moriarty (vice capt.); Caust (capt.), D'owns, Taylor, Bur rowes, K. Martin, and V. Thomas. Central umpire, Mr. Waters. WEST V. NORTH. At Adelaide. WVest-Harding, Kcmpster, Kearns, O'Dea, Whitford, Manuel, Palmer, Moore, Wright, Keane, Huxtable, Dance, Jim Bishop, Jack Bishop, Martin, F. Bailey, Lee (vice-capt.), Barnes (capt.), McEntee (19th man). North Conrad, Curnow (vice-capt.), Dawe, Furler, Fuss, Hyde, Kinnear, Lowe. Morris, Quigicy, Wilson, Sprigg, Bennett, Thomas, Wallace, Berriman, Lewis (capt.), Burt, and H. C. Burns (19th). Central umpire. Mr. Quinn. TORRENS V. PORT. At Thebar...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
B GRADE. [Newspaper Article] — News — 3 August 1923

B GRAkDE. South v. Glenelg (Glenelg.--South (from) -Andrews, Boyce, Barnes, Howard, Hunt, KIelley, Leahy, Lewis, Martin (2), O'Brien, Organ, Ryan, Saunders, Smith, Sawyer, Thomas (2). Hodgson, W'ooley, Berg (capt.), and Day (vice-capt.). Glenelg (from)-Asplin, Haddrick, S. Gotts. Hiller, Toms, Drew, Men zies, Brenton, lloldsworth, L. Sanls, Oliver, C. Smith, Sullivan, Francis, Millnlnch, Hewitt, David, Baxter, and Milford. Sturt v. Norwood (Kensington).-Sturt (from)-L. Beatty, Allen, Davidson, Hollow, Hodge, Rau, Rosenthal. Pelzer, Leigh. Vale, Ryan, Symons, Stuart, James, Willliams. Wil son, Jackson (capt.), Mitchell (vice-capt.), Simon, and Blight. Port v. West (Thebarton).-Port (from)- Adams, Betty, Coulls, Davis, Galilford, Hosie, Johnson, Kuhl, Levy, Lincoln, Montgomery, McInnes, Olds, Penn, Philps, Slade, Pocock, West, and Weeden. VWest (from)-Bishop, Brenton, Carr. Doody, Freer. Fitzgerald, Goode, Kerr, Keane, Lenie, McCard, North, Rosenthal. S~ith, Treleaven, Thompson, Blyth...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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