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EASY MATCH FOR THIRROUL [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

EASY MATCH FOR THIRROUL Although Thirroul will give at least two of their star players a breather this week-end when they meet the weak Northern Suburbs side at Scarnborough, j they should not be in danger of defeat. Norths would have to put on. a complete reversal of form to field a side capable of extend ing Thirroul's reserves. Although Norths are probably the best sportsmen in the com petition (they are repeatedly beaten by cricket-like scores but still back up for more) their standard of football is particu larly low. They could not poss ibly hope to down the 'Butch- ers.' Thirroul have reshuffled their team. Vic Soper will be out owing to an injured arm, while Ted Toole, who suffered a split mouth last week against Dapto, will also watch the game from the sideline. Their ^pla.ces will be taken by reserve grade players K. Frost and D. Cooke. Jim Redfern will move into the position of centre. WOODWARD UNLIKELY Bruce Smith, Millington and Woodward have been named as the second ro...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

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TECH. NOW UNBEATABLE IN 6st. COMP. [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

TECH. NOW UNBEATABLE IN 6st. COMP. By easily winning tlie match against C.B.C. at the Wollon gong Showground No. 2 yes terday, Woilongong Tech are now in an unbeatable position in the Under G stone Rugby League school competition. They won 15-0. From the kick-off C.B.C. took play into Tech's territory. How ever their burst of energy soon fell, through and by superior work in all departments Wol longong were able to take play into Brothers' half. ' The state of the lower ground did not permit the fast, open football that these lads usually VAV.V.VAV.V.V.V.V.V play, and at the interval Tech were leading 3-0. The try-, came from a nice movement in which D. Markham scored. GOOD TEAM WORK After the resumption Tech found their footing. Their backs began to handle the greasy ball to advantage and their forwards were doing stout work in the rucks. Pr^m a- scrum the _ ball shot ut to the three-quarter line and !?'. Elliott scored for Tech. It ws.s a good run from a long way downfleld. . Murr...

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Three Quads Dead; One Seriously III [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

'v Three Quads Dead ; One Seriously 111 ROME, Friday (A.A.P.). — Three of the second set of quads born to Marianna Lioi, a Southern Italian, within two years, died in C'atanzaro Hos pital last night. Doctors said the fourth was seriously ill. t V

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ENGLAND DOWN BADLY IN TEST CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

ENGLAND DOWN : - BADLY IN ' TEST CRICKET LONDON, Friday (A.A.P.). — English cricket took another bad knock in the Third Test against the West Indies at Trent Bridge yesterday, scoring only 223 in the first innings. The West Indians, at stumps, were in a happy position — 164 runs behind with nine wickets in hand. ' England's team was weakened by the absence of Len Hutton and Gimblett.who were both un fit. England won the toss and batted on a perfect wicket.

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Wollongong Should Hold Competition Position [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

Wollongonq Should Hold Competition Position Wollongong, the second team in the current Rugby League competition, should be able to ac count for Western Suburbs in the Match of the: Day at the Showground tomorrow. Wests will need to win this match to have a fightinsr chance O O j of making; the final four. v_y At the present time Port Kembla are two points in front of Wol longong, while Dapto, Thirroul, Corrimal and Wests are separated by only a point. On paper Port Kembla should be able to account for 'Brothers and so retain their position at the head of the competition lad der, w.bile Wollongong should be able to defeat Western Suburbs. Thirroul should have little difficulty in tossing Norths, but which team wins at Dapto, where the home side plays Corrimal, is hard to decide. If Dapto win this match they would retain their position as equal third in the competitoin, with 12 points. This would be three points ahead of Corrimal and Western Suburbs, and should be sufficient almost to...

Publication Title: Illawarra Daily Mercury
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BASKETBALL GAMES REARRANGED [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

BASKETBALL GAMES REARRANGED The M.M. basketball team yes terday forfeited their match against Star of the Sea, which was to have been played at South Beach, Wollongong. . ^ In a ? rearrangement of the . draw Kembla Heights C now meet West Wollongong C at South Beach at 2 o'clock. The game between John Vicars and Kembla Heights has been I moved from Kembla Heights to Swan Park No. 1. TODAY'S DRAW SOUTH BEACH No. 1 ' Kembla Heights v West Woll ongong, 2 p.m. ; Gwynneville v Isaacs, 3.15 p.m.; referee, Joan Shipley., SOUTH BEACH No. 2 Wollongong Waratahs v Rose mont Ramblers, 2 p.m.; South Cross Golds v Coniston, 3.15 p.m., referee, Pat Stuart. SWAN PARK No. 2 Stella Maris 1 v Stella Maris B, at 2 p.m.-; South. Cross Reds v Casben, ' 3.15 p.m.; referee, Shirley Kinnane. . THIRROUL V Thirroul v- Stella Maris, 2 p.m.; Thirroul v Council, 3.15 p.m.; rq fereej L. Kinnane. WOONONA Bulli Blues v Warrawong, 2.15 p.m.; referee, Nellie McCloskey. SWAN PARK No. 1 John Vicars v Kembla Heights .a'...

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HAYES-WILLIAMS FIGHT POSTPONED TWO WEEKS [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

HAYES -WILLIAMS FIGHT POSTPONED TWO WEEKS SYDNEY, Friday. — Monday night's fight between Harry Hayes and American Charlie Williams has been postponed. . Hayes was cut over the eyes while training yesterday and his doctor advised him not to fight for at elast two weeks. . A double bill has been substi tuted for Monday night. Jesse Ja.mes will wrestle Frank Valois and former N.Z. amateur cham pion Jim Beale will meet Jack Smith in a 12-rounds -boxing bout. Fights for the next few weeks may be switched because Sta diums -Ltd. is keen to put Wil liams in the ring as soon as' pos- sible. The Hayes-Williams match is likely to -be held , on August 14 and the fight between 'Baby' Ortiz and Alf. Clay put back a week. Stadiums Ltd. is not likely to change the dates for the Dawson-Mougin fight on Mon day week or the Henry Brimrn Dave Sands match on August 7.

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Breasley's Hat Trick [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

Breasley's Hat Trick ?LONDON, Friday (A.A.P.)..— Australian jockeys Scobie Breas ley and Tom Burn rode four winners of the race card at Kempton Park yesterday. Breasley shaded his country man by scoring the hat trick.

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Home Ground Favours Dapto In Clash With Corrimal [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

Home Ground Favours Dapto In Clash Willi Corrimal Dapto will have the advantage of playing on their home ground, Reed Park, against Corrimal in the all-important match of the 10th round of the present Rugby League com petition tomorrow afternoon. If Dapto win this game they loofealmost certain to gain a place in the semi-finals. This game could easily cause, more public interest than the match of the day at the Wollon gong Showground. To both Dapto and -Corririial the result of the match' is vital; Although Thirroul had a. legiti- mate excuse for being defeated by Dapto last week (two of their men were injured and forced to leave the field) the winners ex celled themselves. Their fast open backline play surprised even their own supporters. All Dapto's team is fit and at training this week they were keener than ever. This side, which started off the season as complete 'no hopers' has made such a rapid rise to fame since first beating Port Kembla at Dapto that they maintain they are c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

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Track Safe For Bulli Trots [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

Track Safe For Bulli Trots Although the weather looks threatening the committee of the Bulli Trotting Club is hopeful of holding its meeting at the Slacky Flat track this afternoon. At 6 o'clock last night an official of the club said the track , although heavy , would be safe for racing pro vided no torrential rain fell during the night. The Bulli Club has been dogged with bad weather this year and it is hoped it is able to hold its fixture this after noon. The total prize money for. the meeting is £250. Work on the appointments have progressed since the last race': meeting and many of the new structure's which are beirig built for . when greyhound racing starts are now gaily painted. .Toilet arrangements are 'much better and the stands, which en able a clear, uninterrupted view of all races, are now painted end in first class order. As usual, arrangements have been ^.made to enable patrons to obtaih Refreshments on the ground. Racing promises to be par ticularly keen. Although onl...

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SOFTBALL REP. GAME TOMORROW [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

SOFTBALL REP. GAME TOMORROW Illawarra women softballers will play their first representa tive game of the season on Sun day when they meet the strong Sydney side, Red Socks. This team is. one of. the strong est in the Sydney competition and no fewer than five interstate players are included. Early in the week there was doubt about Jean Tooth. She fell heavily at baseball last Saturday and it was thought she had chipped her collarbone. Violet ray treatment during the week rectified the. injury and she will be playing on Sunday. Owing to the shocking condi tion . of Stuart Park, the match has been transferred to Crin gila. Sunday morning games will be played, on this field as. usual.- - THE DRAW ' Coniston v Wollongong at 10.30 T'-i,-7 v Meu rants at 10.30. IllaWarra v Sydney Red Sbclts at ^.SO'fi.m. '*?

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BOXER SEARCHING FOR WORLD-BEATER [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

? i BOXER SEARCHING FOR WORLD-BEATER SYDNEY, Friday. — Former British ' Empire and European heavyweight ~ champion -Phil Scott, who arrived in Sydney ten day, is -seeking a boxer here capable of winning a world . title. Scott -was accompanied by : his wife and : their .four children, Phillip,. Barry, Mkria arid Anita. He will settle on- a farm at Graf- j ton. . Scott.said he was still 'keenly interested' in boxing, and- hopes to find Here ' a potential .world champi'onV ? ? -.l

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FINE FOR CROSSING YELLOW LINE [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

FINE FOR CROSSING YELLOW LINE For; crossing the yellow .line! oh Bulli Pass, Anthony Saiafia' Was fined JE2/10/; with 10/- costs in Bulli Court of Petty Sessions ' yeste'refey ' by Mr.' Fleeman, ' S.M. ? ..Police; said- Saiafia, who. .lives at-'Ulladulla, . crossed the lines in 'a lorry when his vision was restricteid to albout -150 feet;

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RACING MAN IN COURT ON DRIVING CHARGES [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

RACING MAN IN GOtlRT ON DRIVING CHARGES SYDNEY, Friday; — Well-known racing hnan Ernest Keith White Was charged at North Sydney Court today with driviftg under the influence and with negli gent driving. White,'' 57, of Kurraba Road, Neutral Bay, pleaded not guilty to both ..charges. - - . Constable Reginald William Davis 'said that . at. -11 :p.m; on January 5 he had followed-White when -he^ saw him driving erra tically/ ' ... When': White got out of his car, he. said, he was unsteady ,on his feet, his breath smelt of liquor and his speech was blurr ed. . Told that his breath smelt of liquor, -White denied having had any liquor but admitted- that he had come from a' New Year's Eve party, Davis said. - .. Sergeant' H. C. V. Achlnall said that at 12.33 a.m. when a doctor -arrived, at' North; Sydney police station to examine White, the - latter said : ? 'What's : , this — : nonsense. ' : ' ' ;- , Achlnall added that, .when 're leased on his own bail White tore the receipt into pieces a...

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Illawarra Have Little Hope Of Winning Australian Rules Game [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

Dlawarra Have little Hope Df Wiiiiig Anstialiaii Inks Game Owing to the fact that four of the Naval members of the team have been drafted to Victoria, the Illawarra Australian Rules team looks like going down to Western Suburbs ( Sydney ) in the match at the Wollongong Showground this afternoon. Ilawarra have been weakened by the loss of Ray Stivey, their star (full forward), George Freeman (pocket), Clive Cotter (wing) and Joe Sullivan (half back). They' have been drafted to Point .Cook, -Victoria. ?Stivey is the greatest loss to the club.' He was the best. foot; bailer who ever turned out- for the Light Blues, -and with 34 goals on . the board was only four behind the leading goal kicker of the competition. ' The Illawarra team has been rearranged to include Frank Combe, Tom Kierce; Laurie and Frank Forde, who has been brought from retirement for the game. - Kierce and Laurie are naval members. When, the teams met t in the first round . of the competition at Concord' Oval, Sydney,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Illawarra Daily Mercury — 22 July 1950

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