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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS A NEW DOG. THE GAZELLE HOUND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS ~\ A NEW DOG. THE GAZELLE HOUND. A n#w dog — which at the samo time is quite tout) yea.ru old — is one of the features o f Crult'a three-day dog show which took placo roccntly at the Agricultural Hall, Islington (Bays tho Lon cou 'Daily Mail'). At the next ehow there to bo a spcclal class (or this breed, -which iu promised a great popularity. The species, which has now been Imported into England from Arabia, is known as the Arabian Gazelle hound. The present examples are exactly like a pair, depleted on an Egyp tian monument of &-00 B.C., given by Syrians lo a famous Pharaoh. Tlicso gazelles have astoundingly long sight, and havo lor years been trained by the Arabs to hunt by watching not tho quarry, but tho hawk in pursuit of tee . quarry. They havo much longer feet than any Eng lish dog— quality neceasary tor tho sandy desert; and though halt the size ot a greyhound they aro taster over a long: course, as was proved tho other day with one ot tho dog3 i...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

| TURF GOSSIP 1 1° ? Oy 'THE flCOUT.' © j Randwick this afternoon, When the Autumn carnival of tho A.J.C. will be opened, Mr. J. Logan, well known In sporting circles, leaves for a trip to England on Wednesday | next, iho 26th Inst. Messrs R. G. Casoy, L. K. S. Macklnnon, W. | II. Oroker, and S. Miller will bo amongst the members of tho V.R.C, coramlttcc present at tho A.J.C. Autumn meeting. Thero will be no moro pony and galloway rac ing vrjthln tho metropolitan area until April 2, when a meeting will be held at Victoria Park. Nominations for this lixture close at 5 p.m. on Thursday next, the 27th Inst. Tho German Crown Princo has, says 'Dcut- scher Sport,' consented to becomc patron of tho Association of German Gentlemen Riders, thus testifying anew to the great interest taken by his Imperial Highness in sporting matters. The Calcutta Turf Club hns suspended tho license of tho Jockey P. Kului for interfering with tho running of Mrs. Dang, who won the Elgin Plato at tho seventh ext...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE BOXING REFEREE AND HIS POWERS HOLDING AND HUGGING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

THE BOXING REFEREE AND HIS P0WEHS ? j ] (By 'CESTUS,' of tho London 'Sportsman.') j HOLDING AND HUGGING. Although tho rules aro not, perhaps, in- ! fringed Just now to tho extent they wero, say a couple of seasons back, there is certainly plenty of room for improvement. When old hands who ; can remember und write of boxing mntcftos, or, i a.} they were then called, glovo contests, com pare the present stylo with that of a quarter of I a century bacK, they aro always put down, if I not us spoil-sports and faddists, as men who can see nothing good- but what flourished \iu their own days, or in tho days that aro gone,' and tho gentleman of tho present generation will vow that there Is as good fish in the sea as over was, aud so forth, and that tho boxers ot to-day aro equal, mast be so, in fact, to thos* mentioned aa GIANTS OF THE GAME In tho past. This Is really Jdlo contention, for tho present-day spectator Is simply passing judgment on men ho has never seen In action, while the old-...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

! cycling Motes 1 1 J © By 'blue' streak.' @ J The League men aro very busy this week-end, .vith Important meetings in Sydney, Newcastle, end various country centres, and a s°°d deal of prize-money is being offered. Tho Sydney fixture, H. W. Ncsbltt's meeting, At tho Sports Ground, took place last night, too late to bo recorded in this issue, as also waa a Newcastle meeting, the first acction of a two nights' fixture. The second night will be decided on Monday. , Tho amateurs busy racing soason is to con clude on Monday, with a country meeting at BraJdwood, and for the first time for several years, no five miles amateur championship of N.S. Wales has been decided. At Braidwood the events arc half and one mile handicaps, and a three miles scratch. Competitors are restricted to road wheels, but nevertheless, the fntry comprises such flno per formers as S. Ilurtinshnw, A. Beck, C. C. Hooper, and H. X. Uar.ron. E. W. Pedcrsen, who won tho double there on Boxing Day, is also entered. ; T...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

latest scratchlngs for the A.J.C. Autumn Meeting are First Hurdle Raco : Pakau, To ?otie, Edensor. Autumn Stnkes : Goard. A.J.C. Sires' Produeo Stakes : St. Carwyne, Lochform. Hnluev, Ar.olc, Tlntngol, Kent Looh, Gold Gift, itrrnstwork. Malbrook, Glass Stopper, Kutlo Mclvor Ludv Multiform. Doneuster Handicap: L'everagc. Sunllko, Wild Went. Holove, ? Willow Gicen. A.J.C. St. Lcger : Cider. Aurifor, and rithors. JiJghr»-lpJit Jiandicup : Hot Air, Dion. Sydney Cup : Rright Lnddie, Aurifor, Alllnga inite, Willow Green. Champagne Stakes : St. Carwyne, Cnelque, Lochform. Stainer, Azoic, Tlirtagol, Kcntlock, Flamboyant Gold Gift, Grand Marshall, Duko, Larelle. Alomoua, Cedilla. All engagements : Pmnpfrey, Careel, Mnnlka, To rone, Abdieator. Gunlll.v. Closely following on {he death of Mr. J. Ti. Keeno comes news of the death of his brother in-law. Major Alexander Daingerfleld. which took place on January 17, in the hospital at Lexington, Kv„ also after an operation. Major Daingerfleld, who ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

&foe Best ! OLD ORKNEY WHISKY ' : THE rUREST SPRING WATER FROM THE HEATHER-CLAD HILLS OP ORKNEY ISLAHB - ? IS USED IN THE DISTILLING OB / ? ' ' -0.0/; . ? i ,

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

For Saturday's Sport Reports | and criticisms by Sport Experts f read the 'Sunday Times.' i

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

I BOWLS AND BOWLERS I I ^ ^ BY 'JACK HIGH.'! * ^ | Visitors arriving . For the Easter Carnival. 1 Victorians say they arc weal:. [ Queenslandcrs say ditto, but they aren't. F. Cox (Wavj. says the Q.'s are the best 1G yet sent. Possibly the Vies., as at last Easter, will show First big struggle* happens this (Saturday) afternoon at Ashfleld and Warrinpah. Vies, will try-out Moses and Co. and Qucena landers will draw Gartrcll and Co. Vies, will visit Mosman on Monday, and Messrs. McLcod, Colquhoun, Thomsou andiloore arc preparing. Jn other word3, tho visitors and all others who meander to Bclmont-road green will get a hearty welcome. Tho Qucenslandcrs' Monday engagement will bo at Manly, not among the surf sirens, but on the green. Thursday, Quecnslanders run down to tho St. (Jeorge green, and there, too, they are preparing to p lease their guests. Warringah, with W. M. Gordon as first aid to Pres. Copeland, will do tho entertaining for tho Q. v. N.S.W. game this afternoon. For genera...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY—SATURDAY, MARCH 22. FIRST HURDLE RACE. (To start at 1 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

A.J.C. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY— SATURDAY, MARCH 22. FIRST HURDLE RACE. (To start At l n.nO A handicap iweepiUka of o lors each, 1 forfeit, with 300 fova added. The owner of the second hone to receive CO tors, and the otrner of the third hone SO ?ors from the prize'. The winner of any hurdle race or itecptecha»c after the declaration of vreichta to carry 10lb extra. About 2 tnilci. Mr. A. Owen's b g PAJSAKO, aged ? ? 0 Mr. H. S. Wilson's ch g DON UUEX, agM ..11 ? Mr. A. T. Crcroick's br g DOYOXG, aged ,. 10 U Mr. A. Callinan'a ch h KING LUCRE, aged .. 10 12 Mr. T. Arnjstrong'i ch g LPAVIS ItA.ND, aged .. 10 12 Mr. 'L. Hawthorn's' ch g KKIGLK, flrrs ? 10 12 Mr. W. W. Qift's eh g JOHN* WILLlE, 6yw ..10 o Mr. C. llaldane'9 blk g MKUKIE LAD, aged .. .. 0 13 Sir. W. M. McCurley's ch g tiORLLVS, aged .. .. 9 10 Mr. 'd. A. Itawdon'a' ch g THE SIlSEIt, agwl 0 10 Mr. O. J. Johnson's br h ILVMKS, aged ? 0 7 Mr. G. llamrtt's b g SOUi:.\l»AVA, Ovrs ? 9 6 Mr. C. H. Callinan's eh x IX'LAT. Gyrs ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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PAT BRADLEY CUTS JACK CLARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

PAT BRADLEY CUTS JACK CLARKE. I The Bradley-CJarko contest, ndvcrtlsed as bolng for tho welter-weight championship of Australia, was decided at tho Stadium last Wednesday night, before, strange to say, a very poor house. It is hard to oay whether that was owing to Pat being regarded a3 n sure winner, or, as was tho caso In last 'Wednesday night's battle, that the contest of the following Saturdav overshadowed the minor event In mid week. 'The Itcad-Morey and Summcrs-Picato bouts to-night and Monday night respectively would probably appeal more to the fans. The weights were given as Bradley 10. S and Clarko 10.5. It was a most uninteresting battle, mainly duo to Clarke's persistent habit of landing a feeDio left moro often to tho forearms than facc, ana then clinch, notwithstanding which, however, the crowd, whoso sympathies seemed to favor Clarke, cheered him and hooted Bradley oven when the latter had done something that de served their praise. In every round one could hear the sam...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SECOND DAY—MONDAY, MARCH 24. SYDNEY CUP. (To start at 2.20 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

SECOND DAY— MONDAY, MARCH 24. . SYDNEY CUP. (To start at 2.20 p.m.) A nandlcap sweepstakes cf nu sovs. cacu, 5 ft., or 2 fov*. if declared before 4 o'clock p.ui. ou 'lucadiy, March 11. 1913, with 6000 sovs. added. The owner ol thu tccond hone - lo: receive 7Gu sovs., and the owners of the tltiru hone to receive 3aO sovs. from the prize. The winner of any handicap racc of thu value of 200 sovs. after the declaration of weights tu carry 71b extra ; of any such race of the value of iUU sovs., 101b extra. The winner of the V.R.C. or A.J.C. Si. Lcger of 1913 to carry weight-for-agc, it handicapped below that weight. 2 miles. (Final Acceptances.) Mr. 'J. Birk's' br h CA£-UNLA, oyrs ; trainer, C. Oltourke ? 0 1 Mr. R. J. Winten's br g MY GAYONNI, 6yn ; trainer, W. J. .Noud ? ? .. 9 1 Mr. F. Mcrton's ch h AUROFODINA, 5jts ; trainer, J. Siely ? 9 1 Meters. Baillieu's b h ALMlSiA, 5yrs ; trainer, F. Musgravc ? ? ? 8 11 Messrs. W. and F. A. Moses' b h JACAMAR, 4yn; trainer, 1. Earn&haw...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

Railway and Tramway Stadium, Hatte's Arcade;Kmg St., Newt,™ to-night— 20-bound contest »t o P-™-; ';IC,rlJ7 °, ' SOLDIER TIERNEY and TOMMY FREE'^N ' ' At S.15 P.O.— 10 Rounds Prcliminary-BILIA SIlItLDS u JACK LESLIE. EASTEH MONDAY, at 0 p.m. VT-I.TKP.\raGUTS, JACK SULLIVAN (Newtown) v. WAL-LY COLEMAM y n ^ At S.15 p.m. — 10 Bounds Prriimi^ry-YOONG CHAIUAS v. TED GARDINER. PRICES 1/, 2/, 8/ ; Reserved Chairs, 5/. AMATEUR BOXING TONNES .Urta 21b. ££ Club O'Coancll'itxpet. hewto^. ..... j

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JIM DRISCOLL'S BOXING DAYS FINISHED GREAT ENGLISH BOXER RETIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

JIM DRISGOLL'S BOXING DAYS FINISHED GREAT ENGLISH BOXER RETIRES, Jim Drlscoll's fight with Owen Moran at the National Sporting Club on January 27 was his last. If he adheres to the statement he made after tho contest. Driscoll gavo ample evi dence that he had failed to get himself into the required form, and ho has decided to try no more. The champions of former years have all said tho same thing in tho past, but Driscoll asserts that no allurement will ever entico him into a match that entails long and arduous preparation. Nature has held out the danger signal, and Driscoll avers that ho will not ignore it. Though obviously unfit and below his form, Driscoll had the event well in hand, and was winning, not by much, but still enough to gain tho honors, when Moran camo with a rush in tho last few strides and just caught him on tho post. Somo havo criticised tho decision, but, pondering ovor all that happened, it looks like an excellent one. Driscoll takes his world's title into retir...

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£14,000 TO ENCOURAGE SWIMMING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

£14,000 TO ENCOUIiAGE. SWIMMCS* ? — Mr Edmund Wilson, of Tortps^CBnca^floea a member of tho York Board of Gcronacfl. Jftg. Q died In February, leaving bo^&uJhi eft £:»00 to his executors, and tbo rmnr.lt wI/iT_ or Tpft 1 estate to swimming clubs at Ycxfc scad. Instruction, promotion, and cflcoarasEnxcHfc nil kinds of swimming and diving, and visioii and upkeep of swimming bathfl^or other, places wherein facilities aro gtren for OTtmr*' ruing, ' diving, Hfe-aaving, and tho Ilka, yttldn . the district which i3 under tho Jtrrtattc£fcBV;«C the Corporation of tho City of York***'

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STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

? , STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS . | Entries for the amateur boxing and wrestling championships of N.S. Wales will be received by the secretary of the Sports Club on 31st inst. The boxing divisions are : Bantam inot exceeding S.2), feather (9.0), light (10.0), welter (10.9), middle (11.4), and heavy-weight. Wrest ling section comprises : Feather, light, middle, and heavy-weight. The competitions nre open to all bona-fido amateurs throughout the Com monwealth and New Zealand who have been residents for at least six months prior to the contests. Special conditions Imposed are that entrants must bo weighed by an ofUclal of tho club prior to the draw by arrangement with the secretary. Competitors must bo examined by the club's mcdlcal officer. Satisfactory evi dence shall be given a3 to ability In boxing or wrestling, failing which a trial spar will bo required. A deposit of £1 must accompany tho entry, to be returned less 2/ after entrant has completed his engagement, otherwise tho de* posit wi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AMERICAN ATHLETES MUST HUSTLE TO WIN 1816 GLYMPIAD [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

AMERICAN ATHLETES BUST H02TLE TO WIN 1816 GLYHP1&D Xe'.v York, Fcbmary 7. — Eniio former Irish-Americxiu Athletic Club and Columbia trainer, r/ho went to Sraden tfcxea years ago to train the Swedish athletes for tho Olvninlc Games, who is In New York, is look ing the picture of health. 'He'll return/ ^Stock holm by March 1, as he has slgued . another three-years' contract. 'King Gustav's Idea,' says ? th© - great * co*eh» 'It iiiit to have mo develop a few censatianal champions, but to make all tho Swedish youths' generally prollcient in athletics. Tho Swedish ruler does not care for specialisation. He wants the Swedish young men to be- ablo- to- run, jump toes the 'weights, skate, swim, wrcstlo, box, fence, and do all athletic things fairly 'wtxIL Since I took charge of athletics In Sweden tho general average has improved, and that-is what pleajcj tho king tho most. ??You Yankees will have to 'go-eomo in Berlin In 1910, bcllevo mo. Our Swedish athletes aro developing rapidl...

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THE SUMMERS, SULLIVAN, AND DRISCOLL CAMP. WHAT THE BOYS ARE DOING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

THE SUMMERS, SULLIVAN, AND DK1SC0LL GAMP. WHAT THE BOTS ARE DOING. Things are booming along nicely at the Fig Treo Hotel, where the famous English boxers, Summers, Sullivan, and Driscoll, are getting themselves into fine form. Johnny, who has had the good fortune to have been in these comfortable aud un-to-dato uuarters sinco hp arrived hero some four weeks back, states that never beforo can he remember being in such condition as he is now In. ami he promises tu box at his very best np.xt Monday nigh;, when he will oppose that tough proposition, Frank Plcato. The latest arrivals, Jim Sullivan (cxmlddle welgbt champion of England) and 'Boyo' Dris coll (the coming feather-weight champion), are fast getting into shape, and pleasing the large number of faun who dally visit their camp.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

HON. SECREOfflJES OF -CCUBS, - AND / READERS - GENERALLY, ABE REQUESTED TO MOTE THAT LETTERS TO THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE' SHOULD REACH THE OFFICE- IF ' POSSIBLE QM ' THURSDAY

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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FRANK PICATO. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 22 March 1913

FHANK PICATU Tho doughty Italian- American lad is jow Gnishing up his training at the well-known Union Hotel, North Sydney, where in tho days gone by (when the genial Donald McDonald reigned supremely as mine host) many a top notcher prepared himself for coming events, manv of which were of such Imoortanco that they will for ever live in the history of Aus tralian boxing. Mr. Goode, tho present licensee. If such bo possible, promises to make the Uniou more popular than ever. Frank boxes dally with no less than four husky fellows, and finishes four heavy rounds with that willing lad, Fred Crewe.

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