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MONDAY NIGHT ECHOES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

MONDAY NIGHT ECHOES The O'Connor-Read twenty-rounder on Mon day was witnessed by only a fair-sized crowd —surprisingly small, though it was generally thought the encounter would be full of inci dent. Joe Renny, the gritty young Italian peanut nanrinr ii-hrt ctrnnciv r^'if*mhlcft CoStlCA. Wit XI pluck 'of a superior brand, engaged Bill Tingle in a three-round try-out as a curtain Jim Miller showed marked improvement over the same journey in opposition to Ray Wilson, who, however, was not all out. Pat Humphries and Roy Minor provided a most exciting bout. Dave Barry and Tom Tuite in their stunt created roars of laughter. Peter Jackson, better known as Percy Young, ex-amateur lightweight champion, and Percy Jones boxed so feebly that they were called off in the second round. Young's leniency was praiseworthy, as if he had desired he might have put his man to slumber in very few seconds. The first decision bout, a six-rounder between Stan Mcgaon and Bill Stewart, each 9.10, was unintere...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE FOOTBALLERS And Gossip of Their Matches To-day [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

MELBOURNE FOOTBALLERS -£-♦-& -£*-5- v~*v ~ ' And Gossip of Their Matches Today By Ot-D PLAYER. The Richmondites have strengthened their team with a judicious leavening from Gcelonc. and have succeeded in beating CoHinjrwood twice and Fiuroy on three occasions. Those successes account for the elated looks the Yel low and Black supporters carry about with them thin season for it is many years since such formidable antagonists bit the dust so often, and it will probably b». some time he- j fore history repeats itself in such iJishion. I Cnrlton, however, have always been Rich- | mond's bete noir, as the Dark Blues arc the ! only combination that hai successfully Jeftd ' Richmond since their admission to the Lta&ue. To-day is the last of the first round, and Carl ton and Richmond meet at Richmond. The ' Richmondites are a stiff proposition at home. ' Will the 'black beast,' metaphorically speak- ! ing, or course, be overcome ? I trow not. But i both teams will know they ...

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

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. J.H. (Surry Hillo): He cannot advance his call. U.r-PERCUT (Elizabeth Bay): (1) Dave Smith and Jerry Jerome met twice, the former win ning by a knock-out in 18 rounds, and caus ing the aboriginal to stop in 11 rounds. (2) Bob Fitzsimmons was the first legitimate heavyweight champion of the world. U; 1 would plump for Darcy. (4) Not having seen those you rner.tion, excepting McCoy. I am' not in a position to say. (5) Irish un-. doubtedly. (6) Dillon wo.gld. probably de iw* Carpcntier, Milburn Saylor is evidently on the down grade. He lost in a ten-round bout to one Harry Pierce, who knocked the hard-hitting one down in the third round. t At last Freddie Welsh has agreed to risk his title in a twenty-round decision bout. He and White are to meet on the 18th of Septem ber. Jeff Smith and 'Young'' Ahearn were billed to meet on June 16. The contest was ad vertised as for the World's Middle weight Championship. This I learn from an elaborate poster sent me witho...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LLEW EDWARDS AND STONE BOTH MEN IN SPLENDID FETTLE FOR THEIR BATTLE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

LLEW EDWARDS AND STONE BOTH MEN IN SPLENDID FETTLE FOR THEIR BATTLE A popular vote of the fans were taken as to what would be the most desirable light weight battle to stage they would probably determine upon Slone v. Edwards by a regular 6 o'clock majority. That is the contest set down for to-night. Recognising the rare ability of nis opponent, who** wonderful vitalitv nermits of verv few moments' respite in a battle. Stone says he has undergone a special preparation in order to fit himself ior boxing continuously throughout the entire journey to keep with the young Welsh man. In this country Edwards has not suffered defeat when boxing at the lightweight limit, his best weight evidently, as under feather weight conditions he has had his colors lowered by Simpson and Spargo, inferior men to Hill, who has twice been beaten by Edwards, the last time when the latter was allowed to come in over the 9st limit, at which weight he also proved superior to Spargo. Stone's, above all others, ...

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

'?'ffijHJI Punching B^lis] BBj^j^^iSS^ /ibjl.inunj uKLHItaf Or-UfClb OU I t-l I 'I LrV J |2 ?rsr^P^ailfete, City Sports Depot ^Kings' *nd at NEWCASTLE/woBRiSBANf. sj fc..s=m=ss ? ? ., { , ||— ;.-———? ? ? ? — IH

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
AMONG THE BOXERS :: RING GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS Will Llew Edwards Solve the Harry Stone Problem at the Stadium? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

AMONG THE BOXERS :: RING GOSSIP FROM ALL PARTS -S»«-S- Q~® -!-*-«- &~$- &**$, -S^J- -J* Will Llew Edwards Solve the Harry Stone Problem at the Stadium ? By 'Solar-Plexus' Kay's big margin point-victory over Uren last Saturday nicht indicates that the Westra lian was not in his best form when Uren so easily accounted for him in Melbourne a few months back. In the 10th round, after hooking a heavy left to the nose and uppercutting his right to the mouth. Uren. atmoved at not beinc able to repeat these doses owing to the long fellow's ducking, rushed Kay to the ropes, and it was only a fluke he did not send him clean over ?He top. In no other battle has Uren looked like being outed so much as he did in the 17th round, when a right chop to the neck and two ie!t uppercuts under the chin caused him to sag at the knees. Uren recovered wonderfully in the minute s spell, and, both being willing, «hc 18th was a most exciting round. No Goubt recognising that his only chance of ...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BOWLS GOSSIP Bank Holiday Events: The Knuts and Knarks LEG-OF-MUTTON SUPPERS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

BOWLS GOSSIP Bank Holiday Events: The Knuts and Knarks ?»? ? . LEG-OF-MUTTON SUPPERS By W. F. CORBETT. ?As old as the hills. 1 think.' raid the presi dent of * ch:b ai the bowlers' lunch-table early this week, in reply to a question regard ing the age of the ;reat Bank Holiday event — Waverley versus Banks and Insurance Offices. Then tierc was an argument. Some of the company app:a!ei to me. Did I remember ?''?' ti -i«i icl ; nicy aaKCU. ui LUUtSC I did. 'It ia by no means old. it is quite a Luntling a% bowling thincs go.' said I, ipnor* ? ing a su^i;ejtion regarding the length ot my existence on this plcnct. ? i I coi:ld f,:en on.y say approximately v.-lisn it ' war. Mr. Harp/ Evens fir»t rounded up the It. end I. men to ti!t with the bi : . eastern suburbs bcilj- or. the first Mon day in August. They played the initial ! match in tE95. ind thanks to the energy i and the enthusiasm in the csu:e of the origina tor alone, for years, and, latter!/, as-.ocnted v/ith Mr. Fred. I;al!wood...

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

ROWING NOTES By ARGUS. This afternoon the Leichhardt, Balrnain, and Enterprise Clubs will, in combination, hold a gipsy tea and dance at Rodd Island, Iron Cove, when the occasion will be taken to* bid farewell to members, now in camp, and shortly leaving for the front. During the afternoon some races will bs rowed, with the finishes at Rodd Island. The Western Suburbs Ladies' Rowing Club is to hold a regatta on the Parramatta River on August 26. Three events will be rowed off. IUru Esme Field, champion of Western Suburbs Ciub, wishes to challenge any lady amateur sculler in N.S.W. for the State championship— ?ny distance over 1 mile course; also, members will hold a Gladstone skiff handicap (open to members of the W.S.L.R.C. only), over a course of lj mile. The third race will be a mixed fours for members of the N.S.W. Rowing Association and Western Suburbs Ladies over the same course.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
EDWARDS' BRILLIANT BOXING-STONE'S SUPERB CONDITION [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

EDWARDS' BRILLIANT BOXING STONE'S SUPERB CONDITION Of the many fine exhibition bouts given from time to time at Thursday matinees by Darcy. Smith. Crouse, and others, none com pares with that by Llew Edwards this week it was fast, vigorous, and far more brilliant '.han anytmng he had before shown. Know ing that he can keep that phenomenal pace going mrougnoui ir:e iuii journey, it is sale to expect a busy time to-night when he and Stone meet. Edwards' sparring partner, Matt Murphy, assisted him splendidly. Karry Stone is also in first-class fettle. He boxed minute and a half rounds twice over with Godfrey. Al Davis and Bill Long, rnak ing six full rounds in all without a spell, and yet finished =s ucsh cs when ne bejan. Lack of condition therefore will not have anything to do with failure by either to prove the better Buck Croutes scientific defence and his leniency to featherweight Hairy Kilrain were much appreciated. Tom O'Mallcy had weak opposition in Jack Darcy, a new beginner, ...

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

BAKER'S STADIUM TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT Doon open 7 o'clock. Fire'. Trj-ovt, 7.15. ? Firat Preliminary, 7.«o. nan Ticroev v. .\L Culltn. £«£onci Preliminary, 8.7. (ico. Kddy v. Bill Lonir. Main Event, 20 Bounds, &30 : Llew Edwards v. Harry Stone Prices: 10/ (res. chairs), 5/, 3/, md 2/. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT, neon open 7 o'clock. Fir»t Try-out, 7.15. Six Rounds Comrat, 8 o'clocx. Knuilt Carroll r. Uro. Shales. , Ttn Rounds Contest, 8.20, TWENTY ROUNDS' EVENT, S.50 : BILLY McHABB v. TOM CSLlLLEY WUOES : 6/ (Ba), 2/, and 1/. ' MATINEE NEXT THURSDAY, 3 P.M. 1. Boxing Three Bounds (rry-outs). 2. The FountwiM (Harmonising DuctUita) 8. Tralnins Exhibition Bii.k Orou*. «Uu n»et. Dins bmitii noxt ?ivturti.iv, 4. Tralnins Exhibition, Davt Smith. ? ;n 6. lUckardo, Toohcv, md lurui-i Itvunnlv l k.\ I ^l'S ,R-'*:1'iti°'.' -*«,' Cain*. 8. SUvin and Thompson (Comedv \!r*rrhii,f.\ 0. TndninS Exhibit, V^ Uouts'^o mm. 10. TrIlnTn7ExhlbiUon.ASmf Uren 11. Bob Arnold (Dcw-iptite Vccalist) ' ttsa...

Publication Title: Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELBOURNE MATCHES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

MELBOURNE MATCHES TO-DAY. rnrrrv v. uoinnKwooa, at runny. Richmond v. Carlton, it Richmond. Mr. Douglas Erskine's American letter, glu ing a full report of the Jack Dillon v. Frank Moran fight, will appear in The Referee on Wednesday. The Davis Cup, though won by Australasia in 1914, still reposes in New York. The Sydney District Cricket Clubs, though minus very many active players who are in khaki, are actively preparing for the coming Summer campaign, with oldsters and youngster* in the elevens.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S LEAGUE HASEBALL FI[?] [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

TO-PAYS I,EARl-E li.VSF.B.U.I. FIATIWIES. ? Ba'.main v. Xe«lo»n. liiiiiioullrr. Ba\ Oval, V. O'CraUr Svdnev v. Eaf. Sydney, Jloore Park, 'l.. HavWon. 1'addlnRton v. Sci::n Sydney, Australian Football CJround, A. Crcisb'on. JUNIOR LEAGl'E.-Soutn Jjdntv Junior, r. I!.JI.\.S Tinslra. Builieiittirt B«v Oval, 1.30 p.m.: Poi/ble B«v v. Eastern SiAuriis. Mcore Park. 1.S0 p.m. '

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

A, BYERS ? ? (MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY.) VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. Now Open — A. J.C. and V.R.C. Derbies Epsom and Metropolitan Caulfield and Melbourne Cups DOUBLE, STRAIGHTOUT, PLACE ASK FOR LATEST PRICE LISTS ? . . 1 STARTING PRICE, WIN OR PLACE ALL GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES IN AUSTRALASIA. SUFFICIENT ADDRESS— A. BYERS. *YDNEY:

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MOONEE VALLEY RACES SATURDAY, JULY 29. [?](To start at [?] p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

MOONEE VALLEY RACES SATURDAY, JULY 29. im iu?m: k.ui:, «: :.on «??.? ?: mi-s. (To turf ..t !.w v.m.t I ,( I. ?' 1» ?Urii Bi.-e ? 11 I! Bunlrc ? » ' O'.il ? II ^ mind Jlirph}' .. ..»?! \VI«i-in«in ? II' 0 (--)V!'i ? a ? I ^tKt --ui ? HI it Stlrnn Uu ? » 'i : Boyei ? 10 7 lianvidjee ? n a . '. Merrlmax ? in - i arr«ilr.i- ? « 2 ! ' Bhct. i-'ej ? Ml I l.orh ih..wi ? On; -Hlb»e ? !? T l!iieni-.)', ? n n i iieci ? '.. .. » r -.ifkj.;a.-k ? a « : 'M'lUay. ? a s Nj-mpV ? '.' u | MAIDF.N P!.\T1'., «?! \M in'.t -.'?'. Sur'fl- B ? j Itv. ,un a: s nVIirk.i Knlcra ? '* 3 Pr r.r. '...?? ? ? ' -' i Arilvl^v .. .. :. .. » .i Bd'.i.lirj ? 1| ! KiirtIV ? a :' lapfonl ? . I IMriliu ? .« 3 I aril Anaii: ? 1' I'rlm-e Vrrlm .. .. S ?: Iliira'o- ? ? - I |-mlc A»* ? S 1 i.a -nr«. ? ' ; | lueldn ? Ji '-' Tilrn ho .. ? - \ fjpotarli! ? ?* - Ivrkda'r ? I 1 ? Kpliuf ? .» i Warfame ? i - : II..I-. Kl-:: ? .- ' lluprlc ? i i , II.-..-I I win ? .- ' P-r- K-mV ? l - ' .M»r.'' -1'Or ? s 0 rriniv Hto: ? 1 '- ! P-lr...

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

FISHING NOTES By PISCATOR. High water at Sydney to-day at 7.5/ a.m. and H.16 p.m., to-morrow at 8.33 a.m. and 8.16 The tides will admirably suit night black breamers of the rivers near Sydney. George's River is keeping its end up splendidly. It has had the best run of bream from the bridge at LOniU Up IU J-dTKCbVilIC Uldl lldS UCCfl CX perienced (or twenty years, but the fish take catching, and coarse tackle is useless. Latest reports are that the fishing at night is im proving. The men who take this game on cam every fish they catch. Beach fishermen may accept a reminder th whiting arc now close to me sandy shores, and will take worms rcadil;-. The tact that net fishermen have been securing papable lots in bays near the sea should indicate that early j morning fishing on the ebb is likely to result | in good sport at the ends of all the ocean j beaches near Sydney. Catches of black bream may be expected at Hunter's Hill and Ryde when rain falls and brings the fish down from the bay...

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

BY SCOUT HURDLE RACE : INVERARA ? 1 Greek Fir- ? 2 Briarbcrry ? 3 FLYIK HANDICAP : LORD MALT ? 1 My Palm ? 2 I Well Dressed ? 3 MAIDEN HANDICAP : j TOCSIN ? t Master Poppc'. ? 2 Court Favorite ? 3 CANTERBURY PARK HANDICAP : GALTEE QUEEN ? 1 Taunter ? 2 Medley ? 3 PARK STAKES : LADY CLARENCE ? 1 Diulrip Christmas ? 2 ' ! Red Shot ? 3 ? WELTER MILE : OMAHA ? 1 Bonne Cliance ? 2 San Thome ? j

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME CANTERBURY PARK RACES SATURDAY, JULY 29. HURDLE RACE. (To start at [?] p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME CANTERBURY PARK RACES \ SATURDAY, JULY 29. HURDLE RACE. (To «tar: at I..V. p.m.t A kanijjrip e.' im ?«*», iv«m] horn- CO mvs and ihirl harie 5 »r» from the prixe. The ivinr.fr of any hurtle r«« or rteeplechaie. allrr the .I'caratinn o.' the weights to carri IMS mra. .Mkui i » Id. M.-. .1. H. TKno«flh- br s IlitlA.-.HF.RRY. age.1 I'.1 :i J.r. It. K. KrcC.'t h g IIAIJiMARK. ac.e-l ? U * Mr. J. Bmn't b g URCKK KIBE, aged ? 11 t Mr. C. Wynr*'f br r Z.VI1AUISK. l)-u ? 10 j Hum. V. A«Jlr- and A. .1. -U:thr«V h e ISVtV ] KARA. »ied ? « « ! Mr. J. C. Finn1, br c RfSUCfmSB. d;r ? It « Mr. IV. JI. Mc-Curlr.ru ih z nOilLl.U. »;ed .. .. JU Vr. W. P. Donohoc's b g I.Or~lS BROOK, aird 9 li Mr. 11. J. H«nr«' b c TRISTBAR, Urn ? 9 li I Mr. K. J. OT-»T(-r'- b t LORD TUI.KCT, S;». .. 9 10 I Mr. J|. Llrinplnne'a ih g Illl.nO. aj*d ? 9 7 1 Mr. .1. Irwin'n I. g TRKAl'llKROi 8, «snl ? 0 2 ! JI?. I.. I', Hllrfer'. l,r K ALCOI'S, Jyrj ? 9 0 J Mr (i. llarrisll'k bs(» Al.ONT., a£rd ? ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATE SPORT DEATH OF STANLEY WOOTTON. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

LATE SPORT DEATH OF STANLEY WOOTTON. The account of this was sent from London on Thursday night. Lieutenant Stanley Wootton was the second son of the one-time prominent Australian trainer, R. Wootton who did »o well at his profession in England^ 'nd where his eldest son. Frank, was for a time the leading jockey. Lieutenant Stanley Woot ton had earned the Military Cross at the front but died from the wounds he incurred

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

LAWN TENNIS. The Public School lawn tennis competitions are about to close. The boys will play the final next Friday. Randwick. Drummoyne and Canterbury being in the lead. The girls schools have been divided into districts and a play-off between the leading teams will be necessary, on a neutral court. Bcccroft Dul wich Hill, and Ramlwick being at the top of The Ladies Tenn.s Club premiership will be decided on Tuesday at the Double Bay courts Strathfield and Killara beinj in the final. Dur ing the week the Interstate team that repre isents Strathfield defeated their opponents at singles, by 5 sets to 3. and they now have to meet in doubles. Billy Ripley was -r. town on Thursday, and the heavy boat champion gave me a look up He is feeling well, and would not bt averse to another match, although he realises there is no opponent in sight.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BASEBALL ASSOCIATION DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 29 July 1916

BASEBALL By SHORT STOP. ASSOCIATION DOINGS. The contests vtre not exciting and conse quently uninteresting i.e.. in the District divi sion. In the A Gradr the several fix'.ure* wtre keenly foui;h!. th: team* b:ins more evenly r'&tched :!:an in thr seniors. Bexley, flushed with victory over Peter sham, spplied the pressure early acainst Bur wood, and. battmr. strcnjly throughout, never looked like losing. They made altogether sir. I three-base hits and one homer. The two O» borncs am! Skc'ton were ;hc determined ash- I rtwiaseri. H. Vcalc pitched (he first half, ami { J. Hosa the last half. H. V/oods. their be3t ] catcher, was absent, but there were ten men i on the benchc?. Be-.Tley's improved battinc ir, good, and if ! thev ca:i reproduce their hitting powers to- j day it may be that University will meet their : first defeat. The St. Georcc bunch »re in . Great hcari, and confident. j University were not extended by All Saints, ' who were unlucky, as the Boyle brothers were...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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