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RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY CLUB'S OPEN AMATEUR TOURNAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY CLUB'S OPEN AMATEUR TOURNAMENT. The Newtown Stadium was well filled on Tues day evening, when tho first round of the ami tou.r J'^'11? toun'ment, promoted by the R. und T. Club was continued. Tho contests were an improvement upon thoso of tho opening night, and a lengthy programme was carried through. In tho Bantam division, T. Keating (Belmorc) defeated A. Miller (Alexandria) la two roundB The loser was down twice In tho first round, and th» content was stopped while Miller was on thc boards In the second. C. Pearsall (New town) gained a points decision over N. Lawson (Ru3hcutters Bay). R. Short (Newtown) ac counted for W. McCarthy (Balmaln) in tho opening round. Tho latter's towel was thrown in whilst he was taking the count. F. Roberts (Randwick) won from B. McCarthy (Darling hurst) In half a-round. Roberts sent his op ponent to cue noor in quick order, and Mc Carthy's seconds deemed It advisable to sur render. A. Reardou (Cabramatta) beat W. Fritz (Lelchhardt...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
PERSONALS IN SPORT. OUR LAWN TENNIS TOURISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

PERSONALS IN SPORT. (By 'GULLITOB,') OUR LAWN TENNIS TOURISTS. Horaco Rico and A. B. Jones, tho Sydnearawn tennis experts, will leave for Amorico. to-day. May good luck attend them on sea and on land !' They will bo Joined by Stanley Doust, and tllo threo will mako up tho Australasian team to meaS America at New York on June 0, 7, and » in tiQ. Davis Cup preliminary. Llko the English leader, C. P. Dlxon. Horae* Rico Is in Lbo veteran utago aa a lawn tennlx exponent. And, like the Englishman,. ho U aild to connuer younger men by superior knosrlcdca of the game and Judgment. Ho is a member ot ono of tne best-known musical families In. tho country, and with hla brothers for ycaxa \rofl associated with the urchc-str;.! successes of tko J C. Williamson thcatrc.i. Tho father Of tbo l:lco quartette of brothers ^'aa ono of tho most noted musicians in Australia, and a, leader tn,. the profession. j With such keen plnyers and sportsmen oaiths knlckcr-bockered left-hander, as well u A. B. Jone...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BLACK PADDY OUTS JACK EVANS. AN EXCELLENT CONTEST. THE ABORIGINAL DISPLAYS ASTONISHINGLY GOOD CONDITION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

BLACK PADDY OUTS JACK EVANS. AN EXCELLENT CONTEST. THE ABORIGINAL DISPLAYS ASTONISH INGLY GOOD CONDITION. The contest between Black Poddy, H3t SJlb,. the. Queensland aboriginal, nnd Jack Evana, lift 31b, the Newcastlo middle-weight, and owner of a very fair record, attracted only u fair house at thc Stadium on Wednesday nlBht. They were to have met on tho pre vious week, when undoubtedly a very fair at lemlanco would have assembled, it being Eas ter tlmo ; but, unfortunately lor tne conica tar.ts, certain Influences prevented 'Paddy from being present, and It was only throuch the good work by Mr Baker In the Queensland capital, that we were able to sec this genial, 1.11.'. plucky black boy in action in thlo city at nil. After twelve moot vigorous rounds, Jack Evnnn established a comfortablo lead, owing mainly to hlr, oft-repeated lefts to the face. Nevertheless, it did not look a very good thing for him. for his opponent, hln uldermanlc ap pertrancr. notwithstanding, was 11s strong ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
RICE AND JONES FOR THE DAVIS CUP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

RICE AND JONES FOR THE DAVIS CUP rlBY 'AUSTRAL.') ?-??- '?-'?? 'A life on tho ocean ware and a home on the rolling deep1' Is just 'what our champions, Koraco Rico and A. B. Jones will be cnterlns ot this afternoon, and for tho best part ot the r.cxt four weeks they will bo colnc direct Into the eyo of tho North East wind from one land made- famous by gold to another. Their quest Is not a golden fleece, but the more modern, but yet, perchance, equally fa mous Davis Cup, and if they should havo tho camo good fortune aa fell to the lot ot our late visitors from the British Isles, they will brins it back with them. In any caso, they will certainly bring back many recollections uf a right royal time, and «ue of their chief dangers will bo too much hospitality. That commenced ou Thursday, when testimonials were presented to each by eomo of their many admirers. The timo to work up HUch a testimonial was all too short, and thy amount reached and number sharing iu it would surely havo been t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
JACK READ'S BRISBANE DEFEAT. A CLOSE CONTEST. GOSSIP BY OUR BRISBANE CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

JACK READ'S BRISBANE DEFEAT. A CLOSE CONTEST. GOSSIP BV OUR BRISBANE CORRESPONDENT Joo Russell received a decision over Jack Read at the Olympic on Saturday nlsht. It was one of thoso evenly wase 1 contests which IcavTfc the supporters of the favored one dissatisfied, the winners Jubllnnt. and the care ful pr-oplr. saying : 'It Miould havo been a draw.' This opens tho way for Ihe promoter tn comr- |n with Ihe orter of another match. and .-^hniilil Mr. I.nwrrnnn hr- nltvo In ihn nnaltlnn tlie Ilrlsbano public will yec the pair together aKMn t,, tho satisfaction and delight of every Inn ' In ih,. State. Rusivll wclRhrd in at something under lOst. n full air-ot Hothr., „„,, oven-oat. Read failed to draw Hi,, beam at lost, in rlliR attire. The ncivantnK.. ,,, rra,.h wa3 u.,,h Rcad who ma(|(, fine use of his left In tho earlier rounds, usually with a solid rlRht fol|ow to ,hc ribs. Then Joe took » lumblo t,, the inltntlnn with the result that surprised blmsolf ,n „,„*,„,. ,,„,, ,,,„,.„,„...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
WORLD'S FAMOUS CYCLISTS. Remmiscences of a man who has met many of them. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

WORLD'S FAMOUS CYCLISTS. Reminiscences of a maa who has met many of them. (By Our Nntvotls SpcoltL)' Pld Jenkins, the champion cyclist, Is a merry little Welshman who does not lot small mat ters- worry him. Ho haa raced practically all over tbo world— that is, tho Continent, Amo rica, England, and Australia. Ho laughingly Bays he docs not know now which country ho iu'lcnns to. when told that ho speaks llko a Ncwcaatlo-on-Tyno man. That TeminQB mo that ho knows old Jack Green well. Jack and hn raced together many a time, and though the former was, considered, owing to his bald patch, an ancient when out hero a few years ago, Jenkins says Grcon Is hla Junior. But the Welshman docs not look It, and Id, In fact, TiTZ lltilfl P»fi .versa Jut .«ear. Ha j» .gojinjr to tAko charge of Shepherd, our local cham pion, during tho latter's Continental tour, and no ono could be. bettor qualiUcd to put the Aus tralian on tho right track. SAVED BY HIS WHEEL. Jenkins Is an interesting talker, for ho ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. GREAT INTERNATIONAL FEATHER-WEIGHT CONTEST AT 8.30 P.M. Boyo DRISCOLL v. SIMPSON, Charlie. PRICES : 10/- (Reserved), 6/. 3/, !/. BOX PLAN NOW OPEN at Proudtord'j, OOx Cat:IcrcaEh!trcct ; Hotel Australia ; EjstKjy',, 330 Georsc-ttrect ; and McMillan, Deery and Co.. 33 Cuitlercjjhsircct. NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT Gordon Coghill v. Kelly Mansfield STADIUM MATINEE. NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FIVE THREE-ROU ND CONTESTS, GOOD TEN-ROUND CONTEST. Albert Pooley v. Harry Marquet TBA1NKC EXHIBITIONS DY JIM SULLIVAN, M1DW00D, SUMME11S, AND JEROME. F1BST-CLAES MUSICAL PROGRAHML. AKTKBSOO.N TKA 1'ROVIDED KOil LADIES. ? ADMISSION : 2/. a,,,i t/. LADIES, accompanied by Uclillcmen, FREE. RAILWAY^AND TRAMWAY STADIUM HATTE'S ARCADE, KING-STREET, NEWTOWN. TI.-KSD.W. APrtIL S, at 8 o'clock : FOURTH NKiHT DOXINC TOl.RNKV. SIXTEEN CONTESTS. T'J-KI'-KT (SATURDAY). TWENTY ROUNDS CONTEST, at 8 o'clock : IiiRh.'*nCif,l;[?«L0U °''ALI.ORAN (New Zealand) v. YOfXO SULLIVAN (Encland). ?J-S R...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET. THE CLOSING CLUB MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

[?] (BY 'GULLIVER.T THE CLOSING CLUB HATCHES. 'i'ho last of tho Grado competitions will be started this afternoon, and tho acason will probably end a week hence, with tho early murmur of tho football crowds zuakjns; music on tho air. The matches absorbing public Interest to-dny nre- University v. Itedfcrn, at Redlern, and North Sydney v. I'addlogton, at Honrpdon Park. Tho prospects of North Sydney are excellent ; lint It la worthy or noto that at a Blmllar otage .lift Benson thoyTwcre HkewlBe excellent yet at tbo close the Shoremen wcro among tho brigade Ivna-wn as 'also ran/' in the parlance of the saddling paddock. ? In their last two matches North Sydney per ? fnrrucd Icbh llko slants than cricket pigmies— thnt In, In rloiv ot tbo altitude they bavi. . rnached In tho club' competition. They would i.urcly liavo been beaten, by Olcbe. but for the iO»s -Of the second day through rain ; and by BalmnJui if tho match had been played to a first innLnss-. conclusion. You cannot evade thc...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
DICK ARNST WILL ROW TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

DICK ARrTST WILL ROW TO-DAY. Dick Arnst, ex-world's champion, will compete in tho Sweepstake this afternoon. There Is n» i harso for sight-scers. us all our (-vents can b.; seen from the club's quarters — Abbotsfard. Events in outriggers, handicaps In skirts and heavy boats, are on the programme. Racing be gins at Z o'clock. Events arc open to all scullers.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"MR. BUCKLER—THE KAISER." TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF AN ENGLISH ACTOR IN BERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

'MR. BUCKLER-THE KAISER.' TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS OF AN ENGLISH ACTOR IN BERLIN. (BY A 'SATURDAY REFEREE' SPECIAL.) 'The German Emperor — know him ? Why, yea.' Mr. Hugh Buckler, tho dashing young Bcamp Dob Worburton ot tho 'Man on tho Box' com pany, was In diBCU33lve vein when the 'Satur- day Refereo' man caught him between acu in his dressing room at tho Littlo Theatre. 'And a very decent sort of follow, too,'' ho aridod. 'No wonder ho has such a hold on tho | affections of his people. Ho puts you at your j case so Boon as you etitcr hia prcisenco when I you'ro wondering whether jou uuslit to bow ooco or thrico or thaLe bauds, meantime main Uinlng your own dignity by looking out tho j window. I 'Uo'a generally accused as bciug tho acmo j ot 'frill.' But I dluVt notice It myself. Ho ! i.peakfl English perfectly, talus about subjects '; you know. Ho chatted to mo about Shake- | er.caro and tho drama— not th-t I really know i liiuch about cither. ' STILL, 1 KEPT MY ENO UP.' ? 'Well, I...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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THE TURF WORLD DOINGS The A.J.C. Autumn Meeting [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

[?] BY 'PILOT' The A.J.C. Autumn Meeting Racing at naudwlck 13 generally enjoyable, nml. with tho exception ot tho Valldo Incident, everything passed off as pleasantly a3 usual at tho recent A.J.C. Autumn Meeting. The case re ferred to la likely to provido food for discussion for Romo time to come, and naturally a deal of Interest attaches to tho decision likely to bo t:tven by ihc committee. In connection with Mr. fireenwood's appeal against tho finding of the stipendiary stewards. The provalllns air of contentment noticeable, among the. 'books' lends Itself to the Idea that ih.'y had a profitable four days, and I heard ono prominent member of tho Ring admit to hav ing 'a great time.' It could not well be other wlso with an outsider successful In the Cup and only three favorites among tho winners on thd concluding two days. Ono of these. Piastre, i-mivcly counted as many of tho layero re stricted their betting on tho A.J.C. Plato to second place, and In thl3 connection Aurofodlna a...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE TRUMPER TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

THE TRUMPER TESTIMONIAL. Various reports have appeared ln the Press t» the effect that the fund now being completed In' connection with Victor Trumper's Testimonial hzs already been vested in one of tho trustflD i-ompaules. But this is not the ease. The matter has not yet been lic:Uly dealt with, by those most interested.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CRICKET SECRETARY ABOUT AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

CRICKET SECRETARY ABOUT AGAIN. Mr. P. K. BowJen, secretary ot the New South Wales Cricket Association, has paid his nrei visit to the city after a severe bout ot illness. Ho Is regaining strength as satisfactorily as U possible in the circumstances.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SYDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL FIRST ELEVEN. (Great Public Schools' Premiers, Season 1912-13.) Matches played, [?] won 24, lost 1, drawn 7. BATTING AVERAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

4YDNEY GRAMMAR SCHOOL FIRST ELEVEN. (C.r?at rubiic School*' Trcmien, Season 191213.) MatdiM plaved, SI; won H, lc*t 1, drawn 7. BATT1NC AVERAGES. Inj. N.O. U.S. Ruru. Aver. W. McLean ? 3D fl 1M ll«a 15.72 It. C. Stiflord ? II a 150* 304 33.77 It. Bard-ley ? .T.' .1 107 974 33. M II. S. ilendry .. ? 30 0 S7 -M 30.0(1 l\ K. Trunipcr ? 23 d 142 573 30.15 B. B. Barrack ? :3 5 DO 4S1 ??*.£) W. Macdonald ? 2S 2 71* 63j ii.ii K. Robertson ? 13 3 57' 221 2J.10 O. Cohen ? 12 4 30» 183 10.75 A. C. Bnckle ? 10 3 U 137 14.33 (i. A. Street (capt.) .... 10 3 53 S00 12.59 J. C. Brennan ? 0 4 13* 48 0.20 J. T. Jeffries ? 10 2 12 37 4.62 Centuriea : R. Bardaley. 107, 107. I03'; TV. McLean, IH, ICC'; R. C. Stafford, 150* ; C. K. Truroper 142. BOnXlXG AVERAGES. Overs, ildnj. Runs. Wkti. Arge. G. A. Street ? 436.1 123 1125 120 8.72 J. T. Jefiriu .. .. 18«.5 35 600 43 11.03 J. C. Brennaa .. .. 107.1 17 368 S3 11.09 IC. Robertson .. .. 124.2 20 300 23 13.02 II. S. Hcndry ? 20S.1 42 530 S3 14.18 R. C. Sta...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
HARRY STONE AND HARRY THOMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

I HARRY STONE AND HARRY THOMAS' These woll-known box*ra arrivofc by tho B.s. Ventura on Monday, and were brotisht nlr.ng to 'The Referee' Jn flue cs::r:? by Mr. Dakcr. j Johnny Summers ; in lac;, he dams that in ! order to do so he carr.e to Australia. He lias I nad .'0 battles. Doing beaten on only one oc casion and he has inet such world-famed boxers us Abo Attell. Leach Crosp, and Jack Brltton. while ho was the only man to score a knock out against Harry Strings, doing the trick in five rounds. ' His flm opponent will probably bo Jack Read. Thomas, who bears a strong resemblance to 'Boyo' Driscoll. is 113 years of age and weighs ! 9st. He won the amateur bantam champion- I ship at the Olympic Games In the same year that Mr. 'Snowy' 13al;cr was runner-up In the middle-wcisht division, and tho science he then showed was a revelation. Ho bais had 15 battles j in England and 30 In America, and has lost ' only once, that being a points decision in a I twenty rounds battle with Jack Wh...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FIRST GRADE PREMIERSHIP TABLE TO DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

FIRST GRADE PREMIERSHIP TABLE TO DATE. W. Wl. L. LL D. Bye. Its. North Sydney ? 3 3 0 1 4 1 17 Redfern ? 3 4 1 0 11 14 University ? 2 a 0 2 11 14 Bunvood ? 14 0 4 11 5 Gordon ? 1 6 2 2 0 1 5 Central Cumberland ..131411 — Glebe ? 0 4 14 11 —1 Wtrerley ? 1 3 4 1 1 1 —3 Middle Uarbor ? 1 2 1 S 1 1 —4 Sydney ? 0 3 1 G 1 1 —3 Paddincton ? 0 2 0 8 2 1 —0 Petenham ? 1 3 2 6 0 0 —7 Valmain ? 0 3 1 5 2 0 —7

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PAPKE DECLARES STANLEY KETCHEL WAS GREATEST FIGHTER HE EVER MET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

PAPKE DECLARES STANLEY KETCHEL WAS GREATEST FIOHTER HE EVER MET. (By BILLY PAPKE.) My hardest battlo was with Stanley Ketchel, the dashing middle-weight warrior, who car ried hlB title of champion to tho grave. Every time I entered tho ring with him trouble trailed me. I tackled the Michigan wonder four times wnen he was in his prime. Kvery name was a rlp-rmrlng, slam-bang, ltnockdownanililraw out, with the honors coming my way but oner. Twice ICetrhcl got decisions over me. anil once he knocked me out. 1 returned this com pliment. Summing up my ring engagement, none, to my notion, equalled that with Ketchol at the Colma Club, San Francisco, Thanks giving Day, 1008. It wi, by long odd3 the fiercest I ever took part In. When Kclchrl defeated me that day he won back the championship wlilch I li.id won by knocking him out September 7 that year. Also he repeated Jack Drmpscy's performance of winning bnck the nilddle-wrlsht tltlo after having been knocked out l.y George I.a Blanche. I'll...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BOWLS. INEXPERIENCED THIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 5 April 1913

BOWLS, INEXPERIENCED THIRDS. They were travelling on the Wostorn line, and one of the party— they were all well-known N.S.W.B.A. men— was telling of the risk clubs tako ln putting Inexperienced men ln to play third, simply because they may have shown a capacity for drawing or driving. He explained that tho first time he was called upon to play in that position, several limes during the Ram?, when he thought his sldi- waa lying shot cr second, hla opponent would call, 'Alright, Hill. two. He Wiisn i quite Mire on any o; me3e occasions, but reasoned that tho other fellow ] was un older player, and would know better i than ho. anil ho was such a cheerful ch.ip thit' ho was sure ho would not say what was not One of the party (Jack Harrison) ,-it this Mage noticed a man sitting opposite, doubling I himself up ;ia If creutly amused. Harrison \ caught the other's eye. and the man tapped himself on the chest. 'There,' said J.H., 'in the man you accuse.' — looked at him for : believe you wer...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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