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BOXING LOSES A SPORTSMAN FROM OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN NEW YORK [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
BOXING LOSES A SPORTSMAN FROM OUR STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN NEW YORK The retirement of Joe Louis means to boxing what »^he re- tirement of Don Bradman means to cricket. TO a whole generation of boxing fans in literally every corner of the globe the ring will not seem the same for many years. Louis's achievements as a fighter were legendary. Equally important, however, was Louis's reputation as a clean sportsman-a champion whose modesty won him wide admiration. When he won the title on June 22, 1937, from Jim Brad- dock, Louis became the second Negro in history to gain the heavyweight championship. Memory of Jack Johnson's boisterous exploits had not been entirely forgotten. What is more, Louis was surrounded by men not always averse to sharp practices. However, no scandal ever at- tached to Louis's name in the Hi years of his reign. When New York State a few weeks ago refused to grant a licence to a beer wholesale firm, of which Louis was to be presi- dent, officials made point that Lo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Hei e again! England's Finest Men's Bowling Shoes IN TAN OR WHITE Ever since Drake played bowls in the face of the Armada, Englishmen have known all the finer points of making bowling shoes. These are a perfect example of their art - supple, pliant, comfortable, with Soodyear red rubber welted soles and heels. Available in 5-10 and ^ sizes. ti» white nubuefc ...... 60/6 In fon willow calf.51/6
Play Yesterday METROPOLITAN PENNANT— ROUND 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Play Yesterday METROPOLITAN PENNANT ROUND 8. No. 1 PENNANT.-Marrickville, 87, Campsie, 101, Parramatta. 85, Ashfield, 77, Hursts illc, SO, SI George 97 Bur- wood, 109, Ryde, 80, Arncliffe, 89, Petersham, 106¡ Bankstown, 100,' Epping, 86, Railways lost to Cronulla by 5, Pratten Pk , 87, Eastwood, 91, Manlv, 79, Chatswood, 97 Kensington 8b, Bondi, 104, Hunters Hill, 105. Warringah, 112! City, l18. Waverley, 78; Hornsby lost to Nth Sydney by 38: Balmain, 95, Rose B.iy 94. Warrawee, 85. Mosman, 82. Victoria Pk. 120, Randwick, 89 No. 2 PENNANT.-Petersham, 100, _ Stil H'sitle, S3, Strathfield, 94, Lid. combe, 88; Leichhardt, 104, Pratten Pk, 51, Concord, 107. Fairfield, 93, Campsie, 87, Earlwood, 92 Hunters Hill, 75. Concord Golf. 99, St George. 90, Raleigh Pk, 95, Ftscdock, 96, Parra- matta. 78. Rose Bas, 84. Woll'craft, 98, Newport, 85 Roses ille 98; Glad- stone Pk , 97, Victoria Pk , 78, Killara, 104, Warrawee. 70. Bondi, 94, Ken- sington. 86, Chatswood, 119. Neutral Bay 77, Wascrles, ...
Haze, Light Trouble Marksmen [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Haze, Light Trouble Marksmen Shooting was again diffi- cult at Liverpool yesterday, because of haze and a changing light. Marksmen did not quite know what to blame for the far too frequent magpie and outer. R. Bursill, BankstoNvn. and F. Fergusson, of Edgecliff, compiled' two single stage possibles. H. Vkk. Sydney Club, 96, achieved top score of the day. He was closely followed by R. Bursill. Bankstown; A. Brain, Concord; B. Blatch, Marrickville; Sam Clarke, Metrop. Railways; and D. McCalley, Western Sub- urbs. Scores - AT ANZAC RANGE. 300 Yards. A.GM-10 shnls: A Browne, 47 W Thompson 46 F Marshall. J Pickin. 45 J Brotchie 44 A Holland M O Connor. 43, S Maxim 42. W Jones, 41, K Weir, 39 M McLean, 38 ANNANDALE-20 shots:' W Free- man. 92 A Waller, A NVaglund, 90, S Schofield 89, H J Mohr, 88 W Hallahan, 87, J Javes, 86, J Kelman, 85 BANKSTOWN- 20 shoU: R Bursill, 95, L Butler, 93 A Meyers, 91. J Clunes, 90, K Leird, G Dehn! 89. A Adams, B Campbell 86 L Bursill, T Walker. F Dehn A NVoo...
TENNIS TEST [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
TENNIS TEST -.- I AUCKLAND, Saturday (A.A.P.-Rcuter). - New South Wales went ^further into theJead in the unofficial tennis "Test" against New Zealand in Auckland to-day. SINGLES: Don Rocavcrt (NSW) beat M Otway (N Z ), 7-J, 7-5, R Mc- Carthy (NSW) beal R S McKenzie (N Z ) 1-6, 9 7. 6 I, W Sidwell (NSW) beat J E Robson (N Z ), 6 3. 6 4, J Matthews (N S NV ) beat J A Barry (N Z ). 6-3 6 8 6-2 DOTJBIESi McCirthy and Mitthews (N S NV ) beal Barry and Olwav (N 7 )
Bowls Leaders In Form [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
Bowls Leaders In Form -«-, Leaders in Pennant bowls ran true to form yesterday -for a change. Section 1 leader. Campsie, beat Marrickville by 13, and is fairly safe, with one round to play. Burwood clinched its position in "section 2 with a fine win against its nearest rival-Ryde. Burwood won on all rinks, and is the only club with eight wins in No. 1 Pennant. Percy -Pidgeon put up an amazing finish against Cecil Thompson. Thompson led 15-11-on the 15th end, but did not again score. Pidgeon added 21 points to nil on the last 10 ends. Section 4 is still in doubt. City and Bondi, each with one loss, both won yesterday, and marginal points will probably decide the section winner next Saturday.
HARDCOURT TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
HARDCOURT TENNIS) EASTERN SUBURBS - A3 Men s Singles J Robertson beat G Hcicy 6 2 6 4 J Tally beat K Carr 61 4 6 5 3 J McNeil beat R O Brien 3 6 6 3 A3 Men s Doubles F Parling ton P O Donohogue bc-U J Reedy H Piinpton 4 6 6 1 6 2 K Small N Vivash beat E White C Bridges 6 2 2 6 6 4 Special Men s Singles B Callara beat N Snclltrobe 6 4 3 6 6 4 L Priestley beat R Whitefield walk over Special Mixed Doubles Mrs N Hcnncsses D McKenner beat Mrs N Paling V Paling 6 4 6 3 A2 Men s Double« M Bart H Benson beat J Oraro W Wcbstern 16 6 3 6 4 D Lois \ Camplin beat B Lacv L Ring ham 6 3 6 4 A3 Mixed Doubles Mrs Pallngton A Cannon beat W Ponle K King 6 4 6 3 Mrs Burgess R Middcr beat Mrs E Lawn J Chambers 6 0 6 2 Mrs J W all I Robertson beat D Townsend C Oconnell 16 6 0 6 4 Al Womens Doubles Mrs B McKaig Mrs W Rhodes beat Mrs Swanburj Mrs A Ringhrtm 6 1 62 Bl Mens Singles S Leadbcitcr beat R Flvsk 6 0 6 1 R Hurst beat J Malone 6 3 6 3 Bl Mixed Doubles Miss P Pip les J Carruthers beal Mrs L Brown W...
NIGHT TENNIS METROPOLITAN NIGHT CHAMPIONSHIPS. At Canterbury. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
NIGHT TENNIS METROPOLITAN NIGHT CHAMPION- SHIPS. Al Canterbury. DRAW FOR TO MORRO« -7 30 p m Miss B Newton v Miss S Pollard 8 15 K Brady v T Green TUESDAY, 7 30 -A Boale A Pear son v E Johnslonc R Lucas Misses F Parker M Grieves v Miss F BosleMrs Simpson 8 li (A) Miss B Penrose A Bailey v Mrs Dinsmorc S Dinsmorc L Wiltcrs v A Conlin 9 Mrs Town send NV Hunt v Miss F Boyle E John stone Mrs Simpson R Lucas v Miss F Tyler J Mellor NA EDNtSDAY -8 1S Mrs Clarke C Tickle v winner (A) Misses E Owens M NVtthcrilt \ Miss S Root Mrs Hayward THURSDA1 -8 li A Martin B Gor don v H Paine H Baines FRUÍAN -7 30 Miss B Newton Mr» Jeffcoat v Misses S Hammond S Pol lard 8 15 winner A Bogle v W Bunt \ R Ottman O Collard J Le Sucur v D Rowland D Farr SATUROAY-8 11 K Watts K Thoms v K Queen R NVhlleside
SPEEDBOAT RACES [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
SPEEDBOAT RACES RM1C PORT HACKING -Ladies' Day - 1st Speedboat Point 4 Handicap-Col Sindel troph» 1st heat NVolmay (C Lewis), 1 Scim (H NValtcrs). 2 DRC (J Darcy), 3 Dead heat tor 2nd and third 2nd heal Diane CN Walker), 1, NVotmay (C Lewis) 2 Wolf (J Pase) J Point score NVotmay 175, Diane 110 1st CrtilSLr Point Score Handicap-J Goldman trophj 1st heat Jemaja (H Clark) 1 Martillan (H Hayman), 2 Meldawn II (Com NV Beal), 3 2nd heal Avenger U Shepherd) 1 Jemija (H ChrU 2, Thirsti (S Pearson), N Point score Jemaja 173, As enger 110 Maiïlllnn 85 2nd Speedboat Point Score Handicap -Merv Pooley trophj 1st heat Wolf (J Pace) 1 Diane (N Walker), 2 NVotmas (C Lewis), 3 2nd heat Des tiny (R Cotteril!) 1 Wolf (J Pace) 2 Mouse (G Leish) 3 Point score Wolf 175, Destiny 110 Diane 85 2nd Cruiser Handicap -J Abbott trophy Pampat (P Hlntc), 1, Lomar (J Goldwln) 2 All other starters dlsquali Bed for breaking time Three lap point score scratch race for three boals unlimited -Diane CN Walker) 1 Wotmay ...
SCHOOL SWIM DETAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
SCHOOL SWIM DETAILS SENIOR -50 metres B Cather (W»v. cricy) JO 3* 1 C laUmer Knox), 2, R Mcthcrell (Cranbrook), 3 400 metres R Clement (C ) 5m 49 8s, I P Bjron CW), 2, C Harrison (Alo> slus), 3 SO metre* breaststroke J Dawson (C), 38s 1, J Walsh (A ) 2, R Hunt (K ) 3 100 metres J Daw son (C), 6S7s, 1 B Cather W), 2 H Kelly (K ), 3 50 metres bacKstroKC J Hann (A ) 39 9s 1 K Johnston (W), 2 G Read (C) 3 200 metres J Dawson (C), 2m 40 3», 1, H Kells (K), 2, P Byron (W ) 3 Diving J Dawson (C ) 1, D Ahern (K ), 2, J Norris (Trinity), 1 Relay Cranbrook, 2m fi 7s, 1 . Waverley, 2i Knox, 3 UNDER 16-50 metre« R "Clement (C ) 30 6s, I 50 metres breaststroke R Clement (C ), 37 6s (eq rec ), 1 A Thomas Oí ), 2, C Tomkins (Barker), 3 100 metres R Clement (C) lm 10 3s, 1, J Barry (W), 2, T Wright (B), 3 Diving J Archer (C ), 1 J Tate UC) 2 P Phipps (B ), 3 Relay Knox 2m 11 3s, 1, Waverley, 2, Bar ker, 3 UNDER 15-50 metres R Latlmcr (K), 32s 1, J McGuire (A). 2, R Anthony (W), 3 100 metres R La...
HANDCRAFT IT'S REALLY NOT CLEVER TO SAY YOU CAN'T SEW Kay Lewis doesn't think much of girls who can't sew. Even boys, she believes, should be able to darn a sock and put a button on their shirt. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
HANDCRAFT IT'S REALLY NOT CLEVER TO SAY YOU CANT SEW Kuy Lewis doesn't think much of girls who can't .sew. Even boys, she believes, should be able to darn a sock and put a hutton on their shirt. C^AN you hold à needle? .* It's not a very difficult thing to do. And thrusting it in and out of cloth isn't very difli cult either-which is all sew- ing consists of, when you think about it a little. It's not very clever to say, "I can't sew." People who can have a decided advantage over people who can't. . The boy who goes camping, for instance, and can skilfully mend" his socks and torn clothes, can afford to smile at the fellow who can't darn, and so gets blist- ered feet. Most people, and especially campers, find a roll-up sewing kit is useful. The roll can hold a reel of black and a reel of white cotton, some needles and nins. . but tons and darning wool, and a small pair of scissors. It's handy, too, to know the correct way to use the sewing-kit. When you're darning a sock, for instan...
FILMS ROY ROGERS BEGAN BY ROPING A COW Here is the life story of Roy Rogers, Hollywood's No. 1 cowboy. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
FILMS ROY ROGERS BEGAN BY ROPING A COW Here is the lije story of Roy Rogers, Hollywood*» JVo. 1 cowboy. THE first horse that Roy Rogers, Republic's most famous cowboy star, ever rode was an old sway-backed mare that pulled the plough on his father's farm. His first attempts at roping mildly annoyed the family cow.. Now he is so . famous he gets 93,000 letters a month. Trigger, his horse, gets 1.000. Roy always wanted to be a great cowboy, but decided at 17 that he must give up his dream of the west for a job." He went to work with his father in the shoe factory at Portsmouth, whe/e he lived. One day a customer asked for a pair of high-heeled western boots. Roy found out that he owned a breeding farm and made friends with him. He was allow- ed to visit the farm and ride the thoroughbred mounts. The horses responded to him at once. Roy also bought a guitar and learnt to play it. ¿Then in 1929, during the de- pression, he heard that his uncle was going west. He decided to go along. In ...
STAMPS WHALE BONE ARCH Falkland Islands will have some new stamps in two months' time. Meanwhile the "Stampman" describes current issues. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
STAMPS WHALE BONE ARCH Falkland Islands will have some new stamps in two mouths' time. * Meanwhile the "Stampinan" describes current issues. H^HE barren, treeless Falkland ?* Islands have issued some of the most attractive stamps of the Empiie. To-day's illustration of the id I value issued in 1938 shows an ! unusual arch made of whales' jaw- I bones. I The arch was built . in 1933 for the centenary, celebra- tions of the Islands, whaling be- ing the staple industry during the last century. .Main industries now are sheep farming and the raising of horses and cattle. On the 2d value, the Battle Memorial can be seen. This memorial was erected to com- memorate the Battle of the Falk lands, between the British and Germans in the 1914-IS war. Falkland Islands' stamp, colour black and green. This year some of the stamps will be altered in colour and value. Falkland Islands were discover- ed by the English in 1592.
13 SENTENCED IN BUDAPEST [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
13 SENTENCED IN BUDAPEST LONDON, March 5 (A.A.P.). -Thirteen persons, charged with . being accomplices of Cardinal Mindszenty, in black-market cur rency dealing, were sentenced to from one to eight years' imprison- ment in Budapest to-day. In Sofia, the 15 Protestant pastors made their final state- ments to-day in their trial for alleged treason. Most of them wept as they pleaded for light sentences.
ODD FACTS HORSE WAS A BAD BARGAIN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
ODD FACTS HORSE WAS A BAD BARGAIN rPHE Sydney districts of Bon A di Junction, Charing Cross and Waverley once formed the Waverley Estate. In 1837 the estate was given by the Crown ! as a free land grant to a Mr. A. Hatlcy. Mr. Hatley thought so little of the gift, however, that he exchanged it for an old horse. The new owner sold it for a keg of wine. To-day, the land is worth more than £3,000,000. -BILL BEATTY
UNO Backing For Israel [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 March 1949
UNO Backing For Israel NEW YORK, March 5 (A.A.P.).-The UNO Security Council to-day approved Israel's application for membership of UNO. The Council's recommendation will go to the General Assembly. Nine nations voted in favour of the application, Egypt opposed it, and the British delegate, Sir Ter- ence Shone, abstained, after say- ing Britain would not use the veto. Sir Terence said the Israelis had evaded UNO orders for the inter nationalisation of Jerusalem and for the return of Arab refugees.