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LACROSSE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
LACROSSE. ('By CAXADIA.') Tho Summer season of 1912 will eoon bo a j memory, and in a few short weeks the wiclder i of tho willow and the devotee of the surr will ; be in tho throes of the particular Winter s?.oit. ? that has caught liis l'ancy. Evidence i« :»o^ wanting that lacrosse will receive that c?*]' \ Increasing support, both from players anu !-..--- 11c, which has marked the progress of tlio game during tbo last ie\\ ..r«ub. j«t 1 of tbo association war. held at A.u.m.i change Hotel, and the attendance led no room for complaints from the executive tnu pla\e«s do not interest theincclveB In the admr/. ^tvauon of tho same. The dill attendance is a virile sign, and whilst the rank and file evidence f.^.r keenness in this way. the government of trie ; gamo will be kept out of the rut. J'1*-1 a.i.ui il ; meeting was preceded by a special meeting culled for the purpose oi amending the con- , Btltution, and the usual budget of amendments, moro or less unimportant, v.'ere effected....
THE WATERLOO CUP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
THE WATERLOO CUP Countless thousands thero arc who have never Journeyed to Epsom Downs, and wrno rarely, if eTcr, attend a race meetiug and yet find in tho near approach of tho Derby a matter of absorb ing Interest and an unwearying topic of conver sation. A like multitude who have never handled an oar in their lives, nor helped to line tho banks of tho Thames from Putney to Mortlake, yet eagerly scan the praetice reports of tlio two University crews, and sport the shade of blue associated with the crew they have a fancy for. too, the near approach of the Waterloo] Cup ereatcs a widespread interest, extending far 1 outsit!.- the limits oi' the recognised devotees of J coursing. No doubt 'the reason of this interest awakened so pre-eminently by the Wnteiioo Cup is that, like tho Derby and tbo University boat race, it is rightly considered to be a veritable 'battle ot the giants,' affording an opportunity of witnessing tho performances of presumably tho t-4 speediest and best greyhoun...
FAMOUS OLD-TIME OARSMAN PASSES AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
FAMOUS OLD-TIME OARSMAN PASSES AWAY. Lord Macnaghtcn, who died recently at tho ago of eighty-three, was a splendid Bpo;Iuc;i j of tbo athlete and scholar, says 'Ranger' la J tho 'l.S. and D News'). He was educated at : I Trinity College, Cambridge, where he wna . i bracketed Senior Classic, and rowed in tho Uriverslty boat. He had a very, rcmarkablo carter, as he was raised straight from tho Bar to tho House of Lords In 1S$7, as a Lord ot Ajfpeal. 'In 1S'»1 he won the Colqahouns and tho University Pairs, and in 1J?32 ho rowed bow in tho Cambridge Eight which was beaten by ri itty's crew. In tho samo year ho won the I-ian.onds at Ilenlev, beating K. G. P-n.coek, of London, who had defeated him In the previous year. Jn 1553 there was no' race at Putney, but the two Universities m?t In tho Grand Chal- : l. ;tge at Henley, nnd MncnughUMi stroked tho Cambridge boat which wan by Oxfoid by eighteen lnchcs. Though dofr».t-td, his i ow- ing on this occasion was one nt tho finest bits of rowi...
"AFTER THE AUSTRALIAN FASHION." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
'AFTER THE AUSTRALIAN FASHION.' Thus a well-informed English 'rUer^Bat m thc ' Ca-nbrito wen't Fisher, tho spare linn Tho weather liafl been very rough at Mar r and on Tuesday the boat was swamped durinB tho outinK. and had to l,e emptied. They are rowing wiiii um.i, ??»...»» - ktirr lift 10in over all, with blades seven inches wide after the fashion of the oars used by tho Australian crew at Henley. They are very fast for a short distance, but It remains to bo seen whether they can last t^ie long course. Ca5n~ brldgo mako their first appearance at Iutn?-' on Monday, when Captain R. H. Sanderson will hand them over to Captain Gibbon. By tnnt time they should havo settled down again wltb Tower at stroke, and their debut on metro politan waters will bo _ watchcd with inteicst.
CYCLING NOTES "BLUE STREAK." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 29 March 1913
CYCLBNG NOTES \ © 'BLUE STREAK.' Tho Northern Suburbs Lcajuc Club la to bold ii flvo miles race ot Chatswood this afternoon. Handicaps : C. S. Dickson And G. Gore, scr ; E Rodgcrs. luscc ; D. Uyrnc. O. Clafton 30 ?' j' J. rittaway, 10 ; J. Bllnkhorn. 53 ' 1 Bate' E Hostel. 1.10 ; n. Collins, J.15 ; j; I'cr-uso^ C U. Traveller, 13. Fisher, G. Harrison 1 '0 ?' A.' H. Darlcy. A. Trundlo. T J,,,,' ? t? Townscnd, 1.23 ; B. Wilson 1.'. Such 'r. J-nVrr' 5SSM ^ilacfarlanei E. ^«B~^n?'bclnbB9 AshOcld Club announces n 10 miles for this utcrnooa on tho Liverpool road course. Handl rttP rih3' C^no?' J- O'Farrcil, P £ ^ i*. a Craw, 30scc.; K Xewcombc, E J. Dobson r' Wright Irnln 20scc; J. Haason,' a. E Parkinson* H. Swcatman, E. J. Ulrd. 2mm -m^'- T' r 5'?R' A' T' Boah-:r A- J. Ulrd* r? ? ' ; Goodwin, A. Cannon, A. S. Hlrd M SS&SWW- 8»«^ r The Burwood Leaguo Club announces a fivo I Sn^uW ^TEK°fl-!ld'Bank3t0Wn courso whilo nea&ttoa 'courEeS.raC° tak° Placc 00 tho I Suburbs and Pet...
AUSTRALIAN RULES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913
AUSTRALIAN RULES. 'Balmain': The Balmain district boundaxlw ere : From Sydney boundary a; Epplng Ruce courto along a harbor Hut: around~Tloielle t3 Palaioin, Including 1'lvo Dock, Druminoyne, Hen and Chicken 12ay to Parrauiatta-road' auj alone Annuudalc boundary to 3lartlui: noint. Mr. William Lone, who acted as hon. secretary and adviscr-ln-chlef of Y.M.C.A. for somo years, is disappointed that the League did not devise some scheme by which his club could havc been retained In the district competitions to bo tried this season. He thinks it could havo been easily arranged with advantage to the Lcaguo and football generally. 'We always put a good team Into the field,' ho said the other day, 'and in many ways 'we havo helped the gatno on in Sydney. We pro- ? vided Bomu ot thu best contents teen here, and it seems to me that by excluding us, the Lcaguo has inaJe a mistake.' 'Besides,' ho added, 'though I am a believer ln the district scheme, it ha3 been brought for ward too early. Afte...
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP REGATTA. BRILLIANT AND PROMISING COMPETITORS FOR THE NEW TITLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913
STATE CHAMPIONSHIP REGATTA. BRILLIANT AND PROMISING COMPETITORS FOR THE NEW TITLE. The Stato Championship Regatta being pro moted by the Parramattu Hlvcr Professional soulling C'lub takes place next Saturday after noon and Hie following Saturday. Tho llxturo i.romlccii tu ho a success. In addition to the -.?wigus ami Coma Challenge Shield,' presented lor competition In rocs tor the aculllnc cham pionship of New South Wales, uu outrigger and iiiiir of racing sculls huvc been given by Messrs. ii., \\\, and C. Towns, and £1011 In cash will bo uiturlbutcd as prl^c money In threo races. Tho event* Include handicaps lit wascr boats and I'.lcusuru skills, a iloiiblL-scull inKtch race bo uvecn two sons of ux-i-luiinplon William Ucacb. ?iiitl tuc holders of the priming trades cbam i.inush'.p, and ,1 race cstablishlt.g the Sta'.3 Championship. Tho race for tho new tltlo has already attrac ted live of our leading scullers. Charllo Towns, silt!, l'rarcc. Will Illplcy (Hunter Kivcr), Harry (J:'g...
TO-DAY'S FIRST GRADE FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913
TO-DAY'S FIRST GRADE FIXTURES. Middle Uarbor v Cordon, Sydney Cricket Ground So. 1 ; J. Casey and A. V. Jouea. Central Cumberland v Glebe, Sydney Cricket Ground No. 2 ; I!. Thornthwaite, mid C. Waui-h. Wavcrley v Dunvood, Wavcrley ; 11. Calllaway aad J. Mcholls. Sydney v I'cteraliam, Illuhcuttcrs IJay ; A. Lucaa anr A. Seymour. Paddicgton v North Sydney, liampden Oral J W. G* ' French and J. A. Turnbull. Rcdfcru v University, Itcdfcrn ; J. Lairj and W. Cut
FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE. TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913
FOOTBALL. RUGBY LEAGUE TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. North Svdney t. Scvtown, Ermlanerille Oval, 3.15. rtc fcrtc, 'll. KUiott; touch Judfiej, T. AtcMahon and A. Dalmaia v. Glebe, Sporta Ground,- 2 p.m. Referee, T. Dicxenaon; touch judcej, A. Bailcrum and C. lledley. South Svdney v. Western Suburbs, Sporti Grmmd, 3.15. Referee, A. Nortcu; touch Judges, A. Uallcxuin and (.'. lledley. Eastern Subarbi t. Annandale, Arjiculrural Ground, 3.15. Iteicrcc, L. ilinrjn; touch judsca, L. liraxaey and IL iL' roolton. Mr. W. J. Chascllng, hon. secretary of tho Newtown Club, la convening a meeting -to*form a Junior League ln the district. The secretary and two delegates from each club which pro poses to compcto aro Invited to attend at St. Georco's Hall on Monday nest, at S o'clock, to niuko tho arrangements. ? The annual meeting of the- N.S.W. Rugby Lcaguo Referee's Association was held at the Manchester Unity Hall on Monday, and was very largely attended, Mr. E. J. Hooper in the chair. Mr. L. Kearney, ln m...
RUGBY UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913
RUGBY UNION. To-day's practice games : Balmain will play at Ryde, Newtown at Newington College ground, and Eastern Suburbs at Sydney Grammar School ground. All aro Possible v. Probable matches. Though tho attendanco at the New South Wales Rugby Union meeting was small. It lacked nothing ln enthusiasm. The prospects for tho future aro bright. A Maori team will visit New South Wales and Queensland ln June, and a team will leave lur the Dominion towards tho end of the sea son. The fact that tho Union Is not as wealthy as ot yore, does not worry tho delegates. It is in a sound financial condition, and on hap pier terms with tho rest ot the Rugby playing cations than ever previously. The chairman, Mr. R. A. Arnold, praised the excellent work rendered to tho Union by Mr. W. W. Hill uurlcE his American, English, and Continental tour. The benclit to tbe game in New South Wales is very great. Politics will prevent some keen Rugby unionists from pursuing their hobby thla Star as keenly as hit...
BOWLS AND BOWLERS ECHOES FROM THE GREENS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913
EOWI S AND BOWLERS fi BY 'JACK HICH.'^ j- ECHOES FROM THE GREENi Pennants resuming. Scml-flnals this afternoon. Lowlands (N.D.A.) v. AshUeld at City City v. Chatswood, a; the Randwick green. Chatswoocl ar0 asking 'I3 RandwicU a°ncutral ,..C.Ui'?..p'a.7.Cd thcrc Io -?*-?? '«a-i. and agal3 143'. cacuraay. Randwick anticipating aa objection, invited Cliatswoc-d to roll up on Wednesday Chatswoods declined. They hold a noutral creen !r, one on which neither aide has played. They are right, too. cityj showed bad grace in playing their A'a on this green last week. Cltys report that whereas they thought Rand wlil; green tricky before, now 'ihey know It Is in goo'l order. .May bo Cnatsn-ood at their first try this afternoon will lind the green up to Its reputa tion— tricky. Thc pennant committee in fixinc Randwick for this match was undoubtedly wrong. Should h.:vc been a Western green. AshRcld (Western) and Lowlands (N.D.A.) Play on a Central Division greeu Even thlj Is not unknown to Boinc ...
CRICKET TEAM FOR CEYLON SUGGSTED SYDNEY COMBINATION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913
CRICKET TEAM FOR CEYLON SUGGSTED SYDNEY COMBINATION. Writing Mr. S. P. Foenandcr, of tuo 'Coylon Sportsman,' tho Rev. E. F. Waddy of tho King's School, among other things said : 'I havo felt a keen wish to go back to Cey lon next December, aud the Idea has occurred to me to get a party of about a dozen to go r.ut too. nnd nlnv *«mo cricket. We could loach Colombo about December 2C, spendins tbreo weeks In the Island, aud have a few good games of cricket, tonnl3. and gulf, besides put tins in Borne slght-scelm;. I havo mentioned this to a few prominent Sydney cricketers, whom 1 have run across duilng the last week or so, men llko (i .It. Hazlilt, Kupcrt Jllnnett, aud others, who havo 1 (-presented tho State In inter-atate matches, ai.il all are very keen on It. Of course, tho cost of such a trip, steamer Lire, hotels ond Incidentals would make it lm I edible for many, but I am Buro if wo could Ei-l your Cricket Association to take the mai ler up and mako arransemeuts for the fntrr tu...