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KEEN EYESIGHT ESSENTIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

KEEN EYESIGHT ESSENTIAL. Bob Edgren, referring to Al Reich, who 'dogged' it so badly in a recent bout with Fred Fulton, and was so battered up by left hand punches that he could hardly see out of his eyes as he left the ring, said : ? 'A curious thing that I've noticed in thou sands of fights : The aggressor is seldom badly beaten, even though outclassed in skill. Terry McGovcrn fought scores of hard battles with the best men of a time when the Ring was full of rhamninrn Tmmt npti*p \+-,A — _;?-._ c ? ?11 his fighting. Packcy McFarland was as aggressive as they make 'em. Packcy fought hundreds of short fights, and many long ones without even getting a black eye. The first temporary mark he received in the Ring was a black eye he got in a New York decisionlcss bout, when he was easily outboxing his man. 'Jim Corbett never carried a mark to show for all his fighting. Neither did Kid McCoy who certainly went through some desperate ones. Neither did Tommy Ryan, clever and game and aggre...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
KRAMER TOO GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

KRAMER TOO GOOD. When the last mail left U.S.A. Fran!: Kra mer had won the only two wheel championships contested, and led in the championship table with 10 points. Bob Spears was second with 4; then came McNamara and Grcnda with 3. and Goullett with one. Four Australians were thus following in the waits of the wonderful Kramer, who looks like proving their master for another season at least.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE COON'S DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

THE COON'S DEMAND. The Burns-Johnson reminiscences of Mr. Hugh D. Mclmosh, in The Referee, this week, ] make a gripping story. Here is one little epi sode, shoeing how the b'.ack giant needed handling with firmness as well as tact, so that the contract into which he had entered should be carried out by him in a decent spirit : 'Just' as I was changing my suit in a little tin shed beneath the tiers of seats, Sam Fitz patrick, Johr.;cnb manager, came to me and said : 'Say, Ti'.r.c, I'm scrry to have to te'.l you that the blark conn says he won't get into the ring unless he nets another £3C00.' This was in addition to the £1000 Johnson had agreed to fight for. 'I sa-tl : 'Tell him tn be in the ring at half past 10, or he will be in the morgue at a quarter to 11.' 'With that Fitzpatrick went away, and came back, saying : 'It is not good ; he is not going into the rins.' 'My answer to Fitzparrick was : 'I have put up with quite enough of this funny business. If he attempts to leave the S...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PICTURESQUE FIGHT REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

PICTURESQUE FIGHT REPORT. The fight scribe of the New York Evening Journal entertains his readers in an original manner, something after that of the immortal Smiler Hales, of The Referee, in the old days, when Peter Jackson. Frank Slavin, and Jo: Goddard flourished. His story of Mike Gibbons striking a tartar in Kid Lewis : 'Ted-Kid Gus Lewis won our decision last i nijht. ... At the end of ten rounds he i had painted n landscape in water colors under j tjibbor.s' left eye that stood out like a Sir , Joshua Reynolds. At the end of ten rounds he 'had proved that Mike Gibbons miclit be ! as clever an he ever was in Kankskcc, Kalama M-o or in Kokomo. but that (n Madison-square Garden he could be hit with eevrything from gallery repartee to a boxing glove. 'Before Lewis got going and with the clever ness the fans were willing to impute to Gib bons, it looked as though it were going to be a one-sided show, but from the sixth round on. the English expatriste found that most of i Gibbons' ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AUSTRALIAN RULES IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

AUSTRALIAN RULES IN SYDNEY By WARATAH. The third round of matches in the League premiership win lc entered upon to-aay. £.acn cuntebt will command attention, masmucu as ail nave Dearinu on the scmi-niiaii. % The principal fixture to-day is Paddington v. Wewwwn, di No. l Sydney Cricket Urouaa. Ir. the opening round weutown scored a vic tory, after a nard game, over lest year's pre miers; ouc in tne sccono round x-aduin^ton re versed matters. The teams huvc an equal numoer ot wins ana losses to date, each hav ing won seven and loit tr.rec. They arc well removed from Sydney, who hold xourtll position, and a pl-*cc in tnc scmi tinal round is assures tuem, J.ong with £Sal main. the leader. Adaition.il imprest :s at tzched Dy :nc jact tiui. inty were me final contestants lor last Keason a prcr.::i.-rs!iip; and as tne \..;mcrs ot to-aay ^ maicn v.m nave a reasonable chance oi wresting the challenge right from J3aimain, it goos without saying that the matcn will lo .ouglu to tnc bitter end....

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. LEAGUE. . Piddinirton r. Mewtown, No. ; Svdncy Cricket GrouaJ, I*. Duvidaon. lUlnuin v. Sydney, HuJhsuttors nay Oval, A. Dunsmore. ^rldf 7f O'CrS' '*'''? *??'*''' r°°tblU JUNIOR MSAGIX Burwood v. n.M.A.S. Tingim, Jiuihcuttcra Bav Oral, 1.30 p.m. nV?Mmp.m. ^ Syd'Cyi N°- - Syi°C!f Crickct Croaad' DciAlc Bay v. South Sydney Junior*, Australian Football Ground, 1.30 p.m. . ? ?'«??»— Kurndl, Long Bay. Little Bay. Ben Buckler, - North Head, and Little Reef (Newport) hie ah rock-fishing places that should be worth a trial with the westerlies. Motoring fishermen may go further and try Barrenjocy and Coal cliff for a day s sport.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RIFLE ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETINGS: FULL RANGE TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

THE RIFLE ? ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETINGS: i FULL RANGE TO-DAY ;' By RANGE-FINDER. Windsor Club, finishing the year with a credit balance of £16, has decided to donate £12 to the Australia Day Fund. L. F. O'Hara, of the Metropolitan Club, has i another scalp on his belt. Last week he won | outright the Arrow snap-shot competition. When caught by the Arrow photographer O'Hara was wearing his rifle — slung over his shoulder — and was apparently on his way to catch thp rin^c Inm Petersham, during the past season, was in strumental in raising a sum of £129 for the Australian Wounded Soldiers' Fund. The club has now 77 members on active service. Lane Cove also has done good work, and in connection with the Longueville and North wood branches of the Red Cross Society, raised by rr.cants of a concert and special contribu tions a sum of £375 for the Australia Day Fund. Officers elected for the new season are : Patron, Alderman J. W. Tomlin ; captain, C. M. Boyce ; secretary, E. L. Jcrrcms ; trea...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. (At Randwick.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

)':; TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. !-'? (At BandwickO k' Assotbt'^I Warehousemen. North Sj-dMj- t, Yorkshire I - Athletic Sporu. men. V/ A.M. P. Society. IPrisn. '(!-. Auburn. U'a.-rsmatta, S i Annuiil-ile. IPctcrsham. I ','. liur.vooj. Sockdalc. ft? .Callan Part. 'Jtc-riEUar-Cenrril'a Dcpt. li : Civile. Rantlwick InjtituU. p.' Uruiwnoyne. am-cwitk. ' lb-tcrn Suburb* l~vc!ncy. 1 ?'- Con. Printing Office. .StratiificlJ. - v' llabcrlK'ld. We.wrn Suburb* S .. l^ion of Frontiersmen. Wunccrlich. ? [?i l*ichhar-lt. Yorkshire v. Kortli Sydney. - 'i Metropolitan. Works Department. 1 :? ';. Marriclivillc. Banbstown (at Ixraj Bay).

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

EDGAR J. RICE SPOUTS DEPOT KITZ-EVAX CHAMBERS, M CSTI.EHKAOH SI1., OPP. UOORZ 8T., SYDSET. AYRE'S 1910 CllAMPIONSlUP TENNIS BALLS, 18,' l'EU AYItl?S 1010 CUAMPIONSUIP TENX1S BALLS. 10/ THl DOZSH.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAWN TENNIS GOSSIP OF THE PLAYERS AND TOURNAMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

LAWN TENNIS GOSSIP OF THE PLAYERS AND TOURNAMENTS By AUSTRAL. The captaincy of the Sydney Club, which was commenced last Saturday, will be continued this afternoon, and the draw ensures that many in teresting matches will be played before the com pletion of the second round. In the first round there were only three matches fixed, namely, Eagle v. Neil, Dr. Pockley v. Herman, and Clark v. Carr. Only one of these has been disposed of, that between Herman and Dr. Pockley, in which the doctor gave his opponent a wal!t-ovcr. Neil s'toiild have little difficulty in disposing of Eagle, and Clark no more in defeating Carr. In the second round Clark will meet Lindsay Todd, and this should be a fine match. It is I rather a pity that these two have drawn each I other bo early, for they are clearly the two ! best players in the captaincy, and one would ! have liked to sec them battling out the final ' between them. On recent form the ex-coun- ! tryman should win. but Clark's severe driving ! is...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FISHING NOTES EXPERIMENTAL FISHERMEN ON SUNDAYS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

FISHING NOTES — v — EXPERIMENTAL FISHERMEN ON SUNDAYS By PISCATOR. His'i water at Sydney to-day at 1.24 a.m. and 1.52 p.m., to-morrow at 2.21 a.m. and 2.52 p.m. The rainy spell suscested that the best sport ing fish now being caught at the fishing re sorls clore to Sydney would get away towards cleaner waters, and that b what has happened. Men v:ho fich exclusively for bream must look for than closer to the sea than they did last week. It is therefore suggested that they get ir,--ored fore and aft about 0 o'clock on Hood tine grounds, and throw out plenty of berley. They may have to wait till the top of the flood, but they arc practically sure to get fish, and WI1CII liir. ItlllCl U'J VV/ilit tliujr muuk u^. \.at«-su* not to lose any through rotten tackle or bad handling. Nothing startling 'nas been heard from Cowan, but few have been operating there. Probably the bait scarcity has kept them away, but the scarcity of fibh has also had some thing to do with it. Blacltfish anglers hav...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

CRICKET By NOT OUT. Balmain District will hold the annual meet ins on Monday nishA in the local Town HalL - Mr. \V. C. Bull sends a copy of the annual | rcoort. which records the death at the front of | tv/o ot the members. The committee places the ' deeds of the pair on record in the following ! terms : 'To the relatives and friends of those | two heroes, Sergeant R. J. Woolcott, D.S.O., who was killed at the battle of Loos on Sep tember 28, 1915, after performing a wonderful act o{ bravery lor which he was rewarded, and j Sergeant Grant Ward, a fine little sport and boy loved by all the members, who fell at Oalllpoli on August 27. 1915, whilst fifhting with the famous 13th Battalion, and gallantly upholding the traditions of the British race, we extend our most sincere sympathy.' The Balmain Club has a credit balance of ' £25/0/1, a very fine thing in these times, when ] support for sport is so curtailed. I The performances of the hrst eleven are re- I fcrrcd to in modest terms : ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S BASEBALL FIXTURES. LEAGUE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

TO-DAY'S BASEBALL FIXTURES. I LKAGVE HATCHES. I nnST CRASE.— Blr.' Sox v. S:. Cc.r:^, At Watertcv Or;] ? umpire, W. C. .1. Kc!!y. llnl Sax v. Sj-iinry. Jl I lfichhartlt Oval; uxpire. V. Wktebrjimt. Vuwal'V . v. ! o:crska;n, a: 3Urr.?ki'ilie l-.a! ; umpire I'. M. j Anrrui. . .SKODXI) GHATO:.— Svdnci* v. Bondi. at Prattr- 1 ar.;, Ittc ; St. Oecrro v. lied Sox. ^ ItorMl'e : I'.Kr.lum v. Hint. Som, at i€:c:ili:r.ll OVi.!, rirly ; «ntilr.v i. rrtcrrhun Junior, M Wa.rrlcv OvjI, early ; Mick M.r. mem v. niora. a: Jlarrlekville Ortl. early. TltmD i:'.IA1)E.— SUmli -?. Mick Mmim'iw. at Ccntca l.:al l-arl:, l.te i Wa«r-y v. Uaw.-lcy JiT.lor. n l«.; K-un'.ol I'crlt. wny ; Petersham Junior v. I.eicIJun..., nt Vratlca Park, cirly ; Kiura v. a:. Uco.-ei-, a. Laiul j Orcuna, -? I

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOTOR CYCLING VICTORIAN CLUB PROGRESSING: 24 HOURS' TRIAL [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

MOTOR CYCLING VICTORIAN CLUB PROGRESSING: 24 HOURS' TRIAL By BEDE CARROLL. This is another blank day in Sydney. It is the third Saturday in succession upon which there has been no competition, and the oport is likely to remain dormant for anothsc three weeks or so. The Tamworth Club continues to make the pace, and is setting a fine example to those Sydney clubs which are doing nothing for their members. This go-ahead country club is now out with a proposal to run a big han dicap road race in the Spring, in addition to numerous other events. The distance will pro bably be 100 miles, and it may be made an open event in order to attract Sydney riders. The Tamworth Club is, indeed, a live body. To-day one of the principal event3 of the year, under the auspices of the Victorian Motor Cycle Club will be contested. It is the annual contest for the E.W.B. Cup, over a distance of 10 milc3. for machines up to 500 c.c and a most interesting race is promised. The course is on the Wcrribee-road....

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GOLF NOTES PERSONAL GOSSIP, STORIES AND THE PLAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 22 July 1916

GOLF NOTES PERSONAL GOSSIP, STORIES AND THE PLAY By TEE TEE. A. L. Potter put up a remarkable performance at Manly the other day, when he did five holes on the second half in 13 strokes. He had the tenth in 2, the thirteenth in 3, the fifteenth and sixteenth in 3's, and the seventeenth in 2. The tec shots at the holes where he regis tered the 2's were so close to the pin that he merely knocked them in with his brassie. Potter, is one of the finest specimens of hu manity I have seen, and one who docs not carry an ounce of superfluous flesh. Most of his m umaic iricnus can r.un i iny, anu 'c %.*uuu ujr «**. r.arr.c in rather a humorous way. At one time his caddie was a very small boy indeed, and Potter, on nccing him passing the club veran dah, hailed him with: 'Well, Jumbo, where arc you going ?' 'To fetch your clubs. Tiny,' replied ttie boy. Very few of rne caddies are devoid of humor. Mr. Balfour's caddie is credited with saying, on teeing his employer skying the ball only too freq...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PAGE OF WAR AND SPORT STORIES FOR MEN AND WOMEN General Who Loved His Men of Kut :: A Domestic Diplomat :: The Vaudeville World THE VAUDEVILLE HAPPINESS HOW TO BE HARMLESS THOUGH RICH [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

PAGE OF WAR AND SPORT STORIES FOR MEN AND WOMEN General Who Loved His Men of Kut : : A Domestic Diplomat : : The Vaudeville World THE VAUDEVILLE HAPPINESS HOW TO BE HARMLESS THOUGH RICH By SELWYN RIDER Do you want to live a life free from -care ? Do you yearn for the maximum of income with the minimum of toil ? Would you like to travel the world in luxury, enjoying all the things you like best and all the others you won't admit ? Young man, go into vaudeville ! I am not talking or thinking now about what are known as acrobatic acts, because they en tail a lot of practice and a huge amount of daring and skill. I am thinking, rather, of plain average vaudeville turns. All over the world there are crowds of people 'who sing a little and act a little, and who live on the same little singing act, or a variant of it, all the year round. They toil not, neither do they spin. They enjoy a salary an archbishop would smile at the thought of. Critics don't bother them or bother about them. Ever...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

ONE OF THE SURPRISES OF THE RUGBY LEAGUE SEASON HAS BEEN NORTH SYDNEY'S DOUBLE DEFEAT OF NEWTOWN.

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SMOKE WREATHS IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

SMOKE WREATHS IN EGYPT. Sir Peter McBride has sent the following letter and verse, which explain themselves, to the British Australasian: — Dear Mrs. Fisher, — I have many joyful smokes in Egypt from a pipe I received in England, with 'Best Wishes from Cath. MxBride' stamped on it. Good luck and best v/isncs irom ric. i\ Jones, ZU3B, A. Co. 1st Batt., A.I.F., B.E.F. I've wandered afar from Old England. With the pleasures of London I'm done; I'm nt drill where the sand around Cairo - Gle.iir.s white to the kiss of the sun. The canteens quite close and I'm thirsty. But I'm financially broke. So I light up the pipe that you gave me, And my troubles soon vanish in smoke. . The Major has given us 'Smoke, oh '.' I rest with my pack by my side; And in fancy I sec in the smoke rings — 'Best wishes from Catherine McBridc.' My mates by my side arc forgotten, All fear of '.he Major has fled. For I seem to be roaming in Egypt Ere the Queen of all Egypt was dead. I go for a stroll by the river. ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GEORGE P. S. PARKE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

GEORGE P. S. PARKE. That popular little Sydney athletic imhorlty writes at sea (7-G-'lli) : 'A little 'note, which I trust will find you in the best of health. Going Fplsndidly myself, and, as you will note, am en joying the ocean breezes. It is a welcome change after the heat and diiit of the desert, and we arc all ready for the bis work before us. wncn l nave an opportunity, ami am settled down on land, will write you anain telling you how I am doing.' I George Parlic's address is : 'No. 4465, Ptc. G. P. S. Parke, D Co., 45th Battalion, 12th Infan- ' try Brigade, A.I.F., on active service. 'Solar Plexus' discusses to-night's battle at the Sydney Stadium on page &

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

THE MARATHON BICYCLE AT ANTHONY HORDERNS' SALE THE MARATHON BICYCLE i, built of Bown's Fittings at our Redfern Factory, by Expert Cycle Builders, and offers value that is without parallel. HERE IS THE SPECIFICATION : Frame. Reynolds' Tubings ; Jr°nt ,F°[mSt box crown. D forks, crown plated ; Wheels, 28in. x Um. Westwood s «' 'm£ plated spoke.; Tyrw. Oceanic covers and tubes; Su«an'«d.« T^hain 'f' x Bars, reversible or half drop bar. with grips ; Brake, front nm . Cha in, I lin, roller; Chain Wheel, Jin x Jin.: 7in. crank ; Saddle, EnElisi ^'' 'aal5- 33in., Phillips, rat-trap, or rubber ; Finish, Black, stove enamel, of good quality. . «.. U''11 Reduced Complete with Tool Bag, Set of Tools, Oil Price. to Can, Inflator and Clips .» £6/15/- .- £6/5/ If fitted with Eadie Coaster Hub ? £7/5/- ... £6/15/ Or with Eadie Two^peed Coaster Hub ... 20/- extra Ladies' Marathon Bicycle ? 20j- „ With Dunlop Tyres, 20/- extra ? ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS, LTD. ON1.Y UNIVERSAL mOVIDKIlS. RRIPKTI...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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