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FEVER OF FOOTBALL. CUP-TIE ENTHUSIASM RUNS WILD. A GROUND STORMED.—£14,771 IN GATE RECEIPTS FROM SIXTEEN GAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

FEVER OF FOOTBALL CUP-TIE ENTHUSIASM RUNS WILD. A GROUND STORMED.— £14,771 IN GATE RECEIPTS FROM SIXTEEN GAMES. There were enormous crowds at the sixteen Secoud Round English Cup-tie games on Satur day, February'-]: . Altogether, nearly 364. oon people witnessed the football, and the average , attendance waa about 24,000. The total sum I taken in gate money was £14,771. The day was j made memorable by the unprecedented scenes which occurred In Manchester. The i/lty ground, where Sunderland Were the vhdtor.4. was hcselged by a vast mob of people, j many 0' whom were unable to gain admission. 1 Thlt1 culminated in one of the most remarkable scener. »-vcr witnessed ou a grouud. Thousands j of people crowded over the toiichlines, and 1 thiu*:h those were cleared sufficiently to allow j the {-ame to proceed until after half-time, after I Snm:cri-uid scored their sccond goal the otli eials found themselves unable to deal with the encroachments, and the game was abandoned. The scenes In to...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GORDON COGHILL' WINS AGAIN HAROLD EWERS OUTED IN FIRST ROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

GORDON COGHILL' WINS AGAIN j HAROLD EWERS OUTED IX I'HtST ROUND. | The big fellows then made their appoaranc?. ' 5?ucli have not been se?u In a boding contest In , ibis city for many a year. They are veritable j c'ants. and formed a peculiar contrast to th» ' two lads who had but a moment before vacate. I j the square. Harold Ewer» .needs but the flllin? \ M't process to make him tho biggest man in tte ring. He has the frame. He is lift Siln In . bright and weighs l!!st 5*lb. Coghill Ij a lint specimen of manhood. No development i~- neccssary in his cuce, for from a boxer's point a view he is as near perfection as It is pas sible— not too tall, about Oft llu. and weighing ihe nice handy poundage ot 12st Sib. Ewers was decidedly nervous as he walked l'om hh*. corner to shake bauds, but immediately ?he order was given for hostilities to eommeuco he seemed to recover, and. shooting out a straight left with pi.-nty of power behind ;t, I pemewhat surprised his opponent, who was not. fast...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

CORRFSPONDENTS ARE REQUESTED TO NOTE rHAT TO ENSURE PUBLICATION LETTERS TO 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' SHOULD REACH THE OFFICE ON THURSDAY IK POSSIBLE /

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

SNOWY BAKER'S STADIUM TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. , TO-NIGHT. LIGHT HEAVY-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA. DAVE SMITH v. LES O'DONNELL PRICES : 10, - (Reserved). 5/-, 3/-. 2/- BOS rLA.V AS USIWL. NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. WELTER-WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP OF AUSTRALIA. PAT BRADLEY v. JACK CLARKE. j STADIUM MATINEE. NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FIVE T/IREE-ROUND CONTESTS. GOOD TEN-ROUND CONTEST. JACK MAYNE v. 'BATTLING' TAYLOR (England) THAIXISU KXHIWTION3 BV Sl'JlMKUS, JKKOUK, KKAD, AND MOIIEV. FIBST-CLAS3 MUSICAL PHOGRAMA1E. AFTLTLNOO.V TEA PROVIDKD FOR LADIES. ADMISSION — 2/ and 1/. Ladies accompanied by Gentlemen, FREE. - ' Railway and Tramway Stadium, Hatte's Arcade, King St., Newtown TONIGHT (SATirnDAY), TWKNTY UOI'.NUS CONTF.ST AT 0 r.M., I.KHlTWEUitlT.S BILLY KETCHELL (R, and T. C. Club) v. FREDDIE DAWES (Bondl). Tcr. ncunds Prcliniinnrr. at S.15 r-*'-. IUI.I.Y SHIEMIS ( Nrw Zr-tland) v. JACK WOODS (England), MONDAY, MA1IC1I 17, TWENTY HOI NUS CONTEST AT U P.M.. MIDDLE WEKIIITii LARRY FORAN (Newto...

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A YOUNG SCULLER'S END. "CLIFF" PICKERING GOES WHILE PREPARING FOR RACE. AN UNCONQUERED TYRO. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

? ' jf 'YOUNG'' SCDLWS 1®. ' 'CLIFF' PICKERING GOES WHILE PREPARING FOR RA.CE. AN UNCONQUERED TYRO* (By 'WALER,'), - To-day was to have seen Pickering, of Peakhurst, George's River, meet Syd. Kemp on the Parramatta over a two miles' course for £30 aside. Vet on that very day which would have been one of the biggest in his life, poor young Clifton Fitzroy Pickering Is to be borne, not in triumph after victory, but in sadness and regret, to his last rcstlng-place. Until a few days ago he had every indication of being well and strong and fit to row for a kingdom. Truly we never know what a day may bring forth. Pickering had been putting the finishing touches on his preparation at Abbots ford4^aryl early 011 Wednesday was taken sud denly*' ill. Throughout the day he received con stant attention, far from the least of which w»s paid by Syd Kemp, against whom he was to have rowed to-day. lt was thought he had strained himself somewhat. However, he «o«. no better, and It was not till Thurs...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BILLY COX OUTPOINTS JACK BURNS A GOOD CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

BILLY COX OUTPOINTS JACK BURNS A GOOD CONTEST. A poor house witnessed the two contests nt the Stadium last Wednesday night, betweei lljfht-weights Jack Burns and Will Cox, and tho second of the elimination bouts In which Harold Ewers, the giant Westral'ian, opposed that very j promising heavy-weight champion possibility. , Gordon Coghill. Th«j small attendance was no doubt due to the , j iht-se events were over-shadowed by the im i j.ortance of the Smith-O'Donnell attraction. The first bout to claim the attention ot those present was the ten rounds contest for which Burns and Cox were billed. They wer«» r»» evenly matched pair In height and weight, r.utns' 9.S. being but two pounds the heavier. This pair of plucky lads cut no time to ! WJ stc in sparring but got to work with a will. Cox being the aggressor. The calm man n. r in which the novice— Burns— blocked Cox's attempt to land his left, gave promise of good things to follow but, soon after, Cox proved th-»t the defence of that ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TESTIMONIAL TO MR. EDWARD COVELL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

; TESTIMONIAL TO MR. EDWARD C0YEEL A very pleasing Incident happened In.any 'den** last Tiicsday night, when, in the presenca-ot a thoroughly representative gathering, a porao. ccntaining fifty sovereigns was handed by maj to .V4r. Covcll, as a slight appreciation or tho. good services he rendered to boxers, and alp those concerned In tho game, during his reign' as secretary to Mr. Mcintosh, while that-gentio^, man was proprietor of tho Stadium. Chief among those present wero : Messrs. H. I). Mcintosh, H, L. ('Snowy') Baker. Keeidng. i'o:ster, John Patrick Flanagan, Waily Weekes* Her;!. Hoyle, Thomas Cupltt, Frank Underwood if.eeretnry N.S.W. Sports Club), and .Johnny Parnelt. ? Mr. Mcintosh paid a very high tribute to ^tr. ? YveH'a integrity and ability, and acknowledged that his own succoss was in a great measure duo to the services rendered by bis good friend Ted, whom he looked upon more as a brother than anything else, and predicted a bright future for him, a prediction we sinc...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOXING WORLD. STADIUM FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

I BOXING WORLD. I i Z * BY 'SOLAR PLEXUS.' Z Z J ! ' STADIUM FIXTURES. i , To-night.. — Have Smith y. I.cs-. O'Donncil (,1'gbt hcav}. weight championship). \Vwli.c8«lay. Martli 19.— .lack Clarke v. winu:r -l Bradley v Godfrey (weltcr«weit;lit rhanipioruhiji). KaMcr MomJjv, March *JI. — Jvln.nj- Summers v. Trank Fioato. Wednesday, March 26. — Jerry Jerome v. Div-» SniiMi. LES. 0*D0NNELL v. DAVE SMITH. The most ? Important fixture that has taken place at tho Stadium since tho first contest between the two mighty .Sams — tangford and McVea — will be decided there to-night, when two cleverest of Australian boxers. Smith «»i.d O'Donnell. wJJl meet to decide who is llght heavy-wclght champion of Australia, a title that Justly belongs to Dave Smith, whose friends claim that rlnce his experience in America he hns Improved out of sight and developed a heavy punch. How far right they are will be seen to night. His showing ogalnst Hep. Midwood cer tainly did not convince me that such wan tho e...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS CLUB NOTES. JUNIOR JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

CRICKET AND CRICKETERS ! ? CLUB NOTES. ? j BY 'RAMBLER.' F JUNIOR JOTTINGS. | Tin-; rain* helps 'rni-: shoremen. No resident of the lllawarra district, whero the fnrmcm were faced with a Sever o drought, welcomed Saturday's ruin more cordlallv thou the North Sydney cricketers did, for defeat by Glebe was staring fhem in the face »m t) 1 the rain prevented a continuance of play. Red fern. who had already gulned a first-lnnlngs lead over Central Cumberland, had possessed hopes of leading at the conclusion of the round: but the fact that the Shoremen were not debited with points has enabled them to retain (bclr lead. University, who were sharing second position with Redfern. have dropped bad;. Tho Stu dents were disappointed at the breaking of the drought. Though thev won- tlti runs in arrears on the first Innings against Gordon, tbey, no doubt, had earefullv planned out a big-hlrting seeoud knock, the closure. some line bowling !»y the Uni. trundhrs. and a three points win; but the be...

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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT MR. A. CHISHOLM, No, 11 HUTCHISON-PLACE, SURRY HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT MR. A. CHISHOLM, No. 11 HUTCHISON-PLACE, SURRY HILLS* ' 'I',tD!:r''1Pnlc reproduction cr n sreup rnltcn recently. Tho FIRST (but no otlicr) member ol this sroup who nrcaente himself at tho 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' OKI-ICE. i:r,.irs Castlcrcash-s-.rert, AND IS IDENTIFIED as BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will ho psltl ONE SOVEREIGN. All who conccru themselves la this will bn kiderstood to acrec to acccpt the paper's decision aa iiaal. The business or Identification will be entrusted to n member of tho 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' Staff. ANOTHER SNAPSHOT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear iu next iS3Uc. and others will follow. LOOK OUT FOR THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' PHOTOGRAPHER iu tho streets of Sydney. Snapshots of women and children appear in the 'GLOBE,' and the first of the photographed ones to reach the office are handed prizes.

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

Doctors Recommend Gilhey's ; Dry Gin ? ?

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SWIMMING CHAMPIONS IN THE MAKING. WHAT IS TO BE DONE FOR CADETS? THE ADVANTAGES OF THE CRAWL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

SWIMMING CHAMPIONS 1 II lift ' WHAT IS TO BE DONE FOR CADETS ? THE ADVANTAGES OF THE CRAWL. (ByCECIL HEALY). Anyone desirous of impressing a visitor to tbcie shores with tho fact that a liking for the water is Inherent in Australians, could not pos tihlv find a more convincing way of achieving . his 'object than by taking him down to tlw Municipal Daths 011 11 day when tho tort-street t'rhool boys are due to put lu an appearance. They sweep down on the building like a flock of web-footed birds on a lagoon. The feverish Imimtiencc and pleasurable anticipation dc t'icted on their faces whllht waiting to picbs through the turn-stiles, is a study In Itself. They wish, jostle, and shove each other In their eag erness to get Inside. As soon as the dick of the' machine announces their releuso from bon diigp it Is with a mad, joyous rush that they i-ek'the nearest unoccupied nook. Tlioy do not ti'c-uble themselves with any fastidious selec t cn of a spot whereon to put their clothcs. Any (,...

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NOTES ON THE COMING A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING Doncaster and Cup Gossip [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

NOTES ON THE COMING A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING By 'PILOT.' Doncaster and Cup Gossip . The Doncastcr anil Sydney Cup acccptanccs have given followers or racing plenty to talk about, and the books ure doing a fair amount j of double business at prices ranging from I'M) j to 100 to 1. Commencing with some of the fan cied horses, ainl ending -with Piastre, even as j much us 100 to 1 was ditllenlt to obtuin. and ! the latter's retirement from the Sydney Cup unpleasantly surprised many double Investors, as well as a Melbourne punter who. It Is al leged, took £10,000 to £2000 about Mr. Brown's chnmpion straight out It Is almost needles* to add that such a bet (if recorded) was not laid in one hand, at least a couple of book makers being concerned in it. Of rceent years Sydney Cup results have not favored horses carrying heavy weights, Wakeful being the only winner with over 9st since High born was successful with 9.3 In 1S9I, but Tartan was second with U.9 In 190S, and Aurofodlnu third with M l...

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

NEWCASTLE SPORT (From Our Own Representative.) As the retiring chairman. Mr. V, Flynn, said at the annual meeting of Newcastle TattcrsaU's Club on Tuesday night. In such a big district, and with so many interested in sport, there bhould be a much larger membership. However, If progress Is not swift, the year has been tho . .... ? ? . „..««♦ I'M rvnu m-iilA with. out a race meeting or any outside aid, this being the first time such a thing has happened. !t was a 'walk-over' meeting, for there were no elections, and the buslnc&s was chiefly con fined to votes of thanks. Mr. J. Wlnsor 1» the new president, and the committee aro Messrs. U. Price. V. Flynn, T. Griffiths, L. D. Mouat, W. j. Home, M. J. Moroney, and J. Bell. Mr. 'Billy' Day has a grievance re Lorn's running at Boolaroo on February 26. She won the Welter Mile, and her starting price wa« ructcd In the 'Referee' a& 8 to 1 Her prlcc \.ac I to 1, ns shown by my book, though «n some Instances a longer figure was ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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A BIG THING IN SHOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

A BIG THING IN SHOOTS. Pigeons at Monte Carlo are Just now im portant. but not nearly as much so as pigeons to tho farmers, lu Devon on February '- and 10 there were to be attempted general engage ments (says 'Ranger' in the 'l.S. and D. News' to hand by the last mall). The Buns to be out were estimated between 3000 and 6000. 1C anything like that has been, or will be, 18. tHo., history of the shot-gun. Moreover, lt will be the most Important sport In these Islands while It lasta. But I am not sure that this united effort in the interests of the farmers Is going lo last long. The people who always make the biggest bogs are the game-shooters and their keepers who take a hand. This Is not because they are better shots than tho farmers and the tradespeople, but because thev havo the game keeper's woodcraft at their command to help them. The keepers know how to put up a de-oy, and tho farmers nnd the shopkeepers probably do not know that. But this is not a selfish sport, but a good-fell...

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

HYAM COMPANY, I THE ONLY HIGH-CLASS CREDIT TAILORS, 5 HUNTER STREET jj SHOW ROOMS, FIRST FLOOR, 8 TEL., 1005 CITY.

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

A splendid new serial slorv commences in 'Tho Globe' next issue. No lover of a good story should miss it. Title— 'The Golden Casket.' Remember, it commences in next Issue of 'The Globe.' rpMK ANNUAL MKKTIXG of the PETKRSIIAM PIS -L TRirr HA*i:iuix clur win be held nkxt MONi)A\, March 17. ut Petersham Town Hall. S p.m. I Advertisers who j look for the Best Returns for their Money must quickly realise B ( upon reflection that a - The Globe is unequalled for pulling in business. ? ? — . - ; j: It covers Australasia, and se. cures great results at * small cost.

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WON'T PLAY IN YOUR BACK YARD. SCOTS LECTURE FRANCE ON RUGBY TRADITION AND DIGNITY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

WON'T PLAY IN YOUR BACK YARD. SCOTS LECTURE FRANCE ON iROGBY TRA DITION AND, DIGNITY. The bald statement issued by the Scottish Rugby Union that they had decidcd not to play an International game with Prance next year was not satisfying enough for many people. Interviewers desiring more li&ht som^ht to elicit the terms of the letter sent to the French authorities. b'Jt without success. Tbo 'Sporting Chronicle' recently stated tersely that ' tnter viewers were not encouraged, and the exact terms of the eommunlcatlon have not been disclosed.' The 'Express' hastens to repair that omto sion. ami below twill be found u copy of tbe letter rerclvf-d by Mr. CyrJJ Rutherford, farelim secretary of the Central CotnruJ3lon of Bngby Football of the U.S.F.S.A.. as published in a Paris newspaper, and now retranslated into English i Scottish Rusby Union, j Edinburgh, Jan. 27, 1313. * Dear Rutherford. — My committee ha* now con sidered officially the incident which took placo in Paris on New...

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BASEBALL. LANE COVES ANNUAL REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 March 1913

BASEBALL (By 'SHORT-STOP.') LANE COVE'S ANNUAL REPORT. The seventh annual meeting of the Lane Covi Club Indicated that tho club has a credit .bal ance of £12. Can any other club show sucli .*i good position ? We now know one club thu V lll give u 'fiver' if tbe American team comcj. The report states that the first nine, after a bud start, developed Into a solid combina tion, mainly through the efforts of their cap tain (C. W. Slmmonds). Matches played 1-, von lost o. ae\ cni- -two runs wero scored for nnd against. Messrs. C. W. Slmmonds, W. H. Pratt, and A. O. Campbell earned represen tative honors. The sccond nine played 13 gr-mcs, winning six and losing r.even, scoring J73 runs ngalnst 1S8. The combination of their lenm was Interfered with by compulsory train ing, The third team had several enjoyable social games and some youngsters showed up promis ingly. Tho membership totalled 35 f very good) and a tcncert promoted by the members brought in ever £5. A complete kit waa 'presente...

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