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"SUN-HERALD" CROSSWORD—No. 1 ACROSS: [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

"SUN-HERALD" CROSSWORD-No. 1 ACROSS: Í. Scholar whose sums arc sent back ages the rat genus. (7) 5. Floweret passes away among friends. (7) . 9. Doesn't give the part suf- ficient colour subject to legislation. (9) 10. She is murdered in "Pagli acci." (5) 11. Eye-doctor is a Welsh hero. (5) ,12. The French peer at the majestic "initiations" for new students. (8) 14. Brace. (3) 16. Helps the beast to run badly, but a wager is not lost. (5) 17. They don't spin 51 tall j lufioti to Crossword No. 244 yarns. (6) 19. How far is it to a game of foot- ball? (6) 21. Encore expected from thc box-of- fice by any note- worthy musician. (5) 23. At Henley, it might be expect- ed to have a blade at each end. (3) 24. Officer of the post office in the mustang enclo- sure. (8) 25. Storming aspir- ate like Ireland. (5) 27. Decoration i n the proper se- quence. (5) 28. Windblown cloud causes mother to relax and fall ill at one end of the dam. (9) 29. Understand i n g the harbour is to go on strike. (7)...

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English Test Bowler, ALEC BEDSER, in his fourth article to-day, says.... Spin Bowlers Need Variety [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

S^ÄRl'in ' Spin ffo## /<>#.* his fourth article to- MT M MT . >L day, says... ? j 1%?*?*U V aVICtfß By ALEC BEDSEB The spin bowler plays a vital part in attack and hie should be able to vary his deliveries. Spin bowling heeds just as much practice as any other type and good body action is essential. The leg-spinner is the most dangerous of all and is the most difficult to control. There can be no hard-and fast rule about action and the length of the arm. Try to get the arm as high as possible, but if you find you can spin the ball more and keep, a better length by delivering with the arm lower, then do so. For the leg-spin grip, remember you must get as much "wrist flick" as pos- sible. lt makes the ball spin more and turn quicker. The balu must be gripped with the first three fingers and spun with the third finger. The method of holding the ball is the same as that shown previously for the leg "cutter" on a wet wicket. The back of the hand at the time of delivery m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

A, ,0.55, ..ss. STJJJIIJES ^KMGSX 5, 8. (Kings M695l * FLIÎ2I x 2 5 81 BondiJ. MANLY _ PWIIS3 XU<VC38 Excitingly presented ? on the. PANORAMIC SCREEN IWi-G-Ms gay de Luxe musical of I romantic Rio in TECHNICOLOR S ^ x flÄ J1 Tropical cse ¿' LANA TURNER , \x RICARDO JOHN LOUIS . J fí¿0 X4 MONTALBAN . LUND . CALHERN t^ff -J; «JEAN HAGEN . EDUARD FRANZ (GENERAL EXBIBIIIDH2^_^S. Vf *" Plus-M.G.M. Tech. Cartoon "Wee ^CC3¿||fefc\ Willie Wild Cat - Pete Smith Speciality «£&6ufc "Doss and Ducks" - "Johannesburg, City /Z/wr of Gold" (Tech.) - Metro News. ¿f^'mi LAST 3 DAYS! At ll. 2. 5, 8. Panoramic Screen. "LIBERTY CITV THEATRES ? REGENT = M2387 I 487 George St. "MOULIN ROUSE" Technicolor! Jose Ferrer. Zsa Zsa Gabor, Colette Marchand. (Strictly for Adults only.) Plus featurcttes. 10.30, 1.35. 4.45. 8 p.m. "ANNA" MA6708 303 Pitt St. With sensational, sultry' SILVANA MANGANO and VITTORIO GASSMAN (A). Plus: "Aust. Diary No. 67"¡ "Animal Cavalcade"; "Spotlight on To-day." 10....

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Creditors Are In Full Cry [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Creditors Aire In Full Cry From A Stafl Correspondent in London ERROL FLYNN, at present being hotly pursued in Italy by hordes of actors and film folk demand- ing money, declares they are "worse than angry women," according to a report from Rome. JOLYNN insists that he is not to blame for his "William Tell" j film unit going unpaid. I "Certain Italians who are responsible for financing the film have run out on me," he says. t . I Meanwhile^' however, truckloads of penniless actors and technicians are chasing Flynn ali over Italy for their money. They have not been paid for six weeks -ever since finances went bust in an alpine village near Mont Blanc, Italy, where they were then on location. Looking somewhat shat- tered, bedraggled and-mid- dle-aged, Flynn declares he will do all he can to get pay ment for all and also finish the picture, which experts say would have . been a.*. masterpiece. Jack Cardiff was directing, and Flynn was William Tell. A magnificent £10,000 model town had ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
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REVIEWS OF LATEST FILMS FEATURES "High Treason" [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

REVIEWS OF LATEST FILMS "High Treason" Screenplay by Frank Harvey an Roy Iloullinc; produced for Hie J Arthur Rank Organisation by Pan Soskln, directed by Roy Boultius Liam Redmond, as .. Brennan. Andre Morell . Folland Kenneth Griffith .. Jimmy lillis. Joan Hickson .... Mrs. lillis. Mary Morris Anna Braun Anthony Nichols .... Mansfield. SOME of the features tha made "Seven Days tc Noon" a memorable ant. original English thrillci appear in this much mort commonplace piece from thc same director, Roy Boulting The general tone is thc same-the adroit understate- ment, the everyday almo sphere, thc touches of char- acter and caricature anionp the minor players. But whereas "Seven Days to Noon" had a fantastic and yet plausible story (the threat of a conscience-rid- den scientist lo blow up Lon- don with an atom bomb), this one is a more conven- tional and really less believ- able tale about a Communis! plot to seize power by viol- ence in Britain. The tension, though _ it is there, runs...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Here Are To-day's RADIO Programmes FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Here Are To-day's RADIO Programmes S.O: 2FC, Country Man's Session; 211L. New Releases; 2GB, Hillbilly Hank; 2UW, Charlie Chuckles; 2CH, Sunday School of thc Air! 2UE. Service With a Smile; 2KY, Light and Bright; 2SJM, Mclodiana. 9.IS: 2FC, Australian Record Album; 2UE, Melody Time; 2KY¡ Music. 9..10: 2FC, Radio " Service, Trinity College; 2BL, Piano; 2GB, Melodies; 2UE, Voice of Prophecy; 2UW. These Old Shades; 2CH, Sunshine Hour; 2SM, Music. 9.4S: 2GB, Microgroove. 10.0: 2BL, Book Reviews; 2GB, Old Gardener;. 2CH. Composer's Gallery; 2UE,, Wojncn in Sport; 2UW, Pick of thc Hits; 2K.Y, Humour on Record. 10.15: 2FC, Strings: 2BL. Sym- phony Hour; 2GB, Report (rom London: 2UE, Melodics; 2K.Y, Banjo School. 10.30: 2GB, Divine Service, Liberal Catholic Church, St. Albnn's. IO.«: 2FC, Meet thc Travellers; 2UE, Stardust; 2KY, Salute to Beauty; 2SM, Music. 11.0: 2FC, Magic of Melody; 2BL, Service, St. Andrew's Cathe- dral; 2UW, Shining Stars; 2CH, St. Matthew's, Windsor; 2SM, High Mass; 2...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GILBERT MANT THE WAY I SEE IT [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

* GILBERT MANT THE WAY I SEE IT I "HEAR old friends and enem § ? ies: Here we are at a new I address, hoping to make new I friends and enemies. || For the benefit of those who've just come ' in, (his column first saw the light of clay in ! ¡¡The Sunday Sun" seven years ago this ! fpionth. ! pl The Way 1 Sec lt aims to bc grave and gay and, if \ ipherc's any crusading, it's directed against humbug, ( Ëbypocrisy and injustice. i ¡¡I I do try to be as sincere and honest as I can in Ibis ! polumn, which means that I have some very staunch i Ifnemies. I if Well, as Barnum or somebody once said, you can't isleasc everyone all the time. I Ü j Er^VER the years a lot of people have asked mc: Is j ÜLy Dr. Friar Balsam a real person? ?The doctor is a stout, evil-minded man who wears pince-nez, smokes a meerschaum and is addicted to copious draughts of pure (for medicinal purposes only) alcohol. Dr. Balsam's adventures in Dark- est Africa, on desert islands inhab- ited entirely by dusky belles,...

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The Man In A Dirty Coat Wide Police Hunt [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

The Man In A Dirty Coat Wide Police Hunt LONDON, Sat. (AAP.). - Ten thousand London ; p o 1 i c e m e n and j policewomen were i hunting a man in ra dirty raincoat I yesterday. |! As the police mustered |n one ol the biggest man- hunts Scotland Yard has Iver organised, they were fold that a 13-month-old liri had been criminally Issaulted. I The wanted man is aged »tween 35 and 40. is from ft 3m to 5ft 5in tal!, wears pack shoes, and has a full milby face and dark hair. Am With Baby The man answering that iscription was seen to wheel iav red-haired. 13-month J Susan Ann Marsh in her am from a yard outside r parents' public house in iuth London on Thursday lernoon. Two hours later a woman id patrolling police she had bn a baby unattended on t third floor landing of a (Ming 350 yards away. sHer pink romper suit was jug rumpled in a pram, a lie cap was still on ber bd, and the baby girl was ling. Í' ,he was taken to hospital, ire it was reported that injuries were not serious.

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Dined On Arsenic [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Dined On Arsenic TWO-YEAR-OLD Phillip Waters, of Aldgate, Adelaide, sits up in hospital after recovering from the effects of a meal of arsenic. Phillip was rushed to hospital when his parents found him eating weed killer. He recovered after blood transfusions.

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FARMERS FACING DROUGHT RUIN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

FARMERS FACING DROUGHT RUIN LISMORE, Saturday.-Dairy experts predict that if no rain falls within the next six weeks to break the six months' drought, cattle will be dying off like flies in Northern New South Wales. Already cattle have died in some areas and farmers with milk cheques for the past six months only one-quarter of normal, and facing expense of having to buy fodder for starving stock, are facing ruin. District manager o I Norco Co-operative fae tories, Mr. J. R. Hunter I said yesterday that hi; 'company would apply foi drought relief for affectée farmers. Similar applications haye been made by Tweed-Lis more Pastures Protection Board and Casino Pastures Protection Board. The adverse effect of drought is shown in produc- tion figures for Norco Co- operative factories in the drought-stricken district. Butter production for Sep- tember was 540.38 tons compared with 919.38 tons for September, 1952. Cheese production was 51.24 tons this September compared with 55.53 tons the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

?fl* * MAGNESIUM * MANGANESE * ZINC tV COPPER * BORON * MOLYBDENUM Pure chemicals scientifically blended in The New Concentrated Trace Element Mixture. Prepared according to thc formula of the former Chief Soil Chemist of the N.S.W. Dept. of Agriculture. m 8 oz. with 7 lb. oi Fertiliser. & 8oz. Carton for home gardeners 2/t'l 6 Bulk Supplies in lots of 7lb. or more. Per lb. 3'3 HOUGHTON & BYRNE PTY. LTD. 2 BRIDGE STREET, SYDNEY. BW2341 POPLARS 3 Varieties - Silver. Lombard}- und Cnifoimnod at IS/- euell. DAHLIAS Decs., II. Cactus, Charm and Water-lily, from 3/6. WE SPECIALISE IN COUNTRY ORDERS. Parking and Freight extra. LANDSCAPING - Estimates Free. SIWAIET'S NflJItëSEISBES K19 PACH'IC HIGHWAY. CORDON - JX3052 PALINGS, POSTS and RAILS ¡j 5 ft. 4'8 ft. - 6 ft. 5'2 ft. ¡j Free Estimate for Erection. m JB3311 CO. PTY. LTD. JB4139 || ll!' hardeners! stop struggling with clay soil Fbtai is here, and sensibly priced! This remarkable original soil conditioner, proved succe...

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Why Ida Lupino CRIED FEATURES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Why Ida Lupino CRIED HOWARD DUFF HOLLYWOOD and the rest of the film icorld were startled lo hear a few weeks ago that tough and sophisticated Ida Lupino had burst into tears because her fourth husband, Howard Duff, had left her. WITH any ether film star, this would not have been news. But this was the first time any- one had heard that Ida Lupino ever cried. For the star, who can wring the last sob out of motion picture drama, who has stirred the emotions of millions as. she mirrored every frenzy of pain of a woman's heartbreak on the screen, had never before been known to cry in real life over so little a cause as a man. To the world she presents a sleek facade ot success. At 36 she i's Hollywood's only woman direclor-producer star-writer, combining beauly and talent which make her unique in an in- dustry notable for its extra- ordinary personalities. When a "Sun-Herald" re- porter found her sitting among the splinters of a shattered romance, Ida Lupino was no longer Holly- wood's ...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ARMIDALE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

ARMIDALE «m DIVISION, 427yds.-REN- NIE REE, 1; Thc Millionaire, 2; Any Spirit, 3. BETTING: Even Gentle Key, 5-2 Piper Girl. 5-1 RENNIE REE, 6-1 The Millionaire, Any Spirit, True Havoc. . Divs.: Win, 39/3; place, 14/,. 28/3. 3 len., 2 len. Time, 23.8s. 6th DIVISION, 427yds.-KING SIGN, 1; Lord Sign, 2; Doug's Dream, : 3. BETTING: Even Doug's Dream, 5-4 Lord Sign, 2-1 KING SIGN. Div.: 24/. Hd., 1V4 Icri. Time. 23.8s. 7th DIVISION, 427yds. - NORMA'S BEAUTY, 1; Killarney Lady, 2;' Any Sign, 3. BETTING: 6-4 NORMA'S BEAUTY, 2-1 Any Sign, 3-1 Leonie Lass, 5-1 Rusty Russ, Killarney Lady. No tote in- vestors on winner. Divs.: Win, 21/9; place, 13/; Norma's Beauty, place 13/. 2 :len., 2<A .len. Time, 24'/4s. ' .

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The Queen Prepares For Tour From Our London Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

The Queen, with Prince Charles and Princess Anne. The Queen Prepares For Tour From Our London Office lyHEN thc Queen * ^ gave Prince Charles a new animal book this week it was more than simply a gift from mother. It was' part pf her prepa- rations for the biggesi scale tour ever under- taken by Royally. For i in the hands of th< Queen Mother and Princes; Margaret, its pictures of ani mais from all over the world will help the Prince to understand more about the countries his mother will visiti and'of which he him- self , :will one day be sovereign. The Queen, fresh from a holiday at Balmoral, has now . begun final prepara- tions, both personal and official, both big and small for. leaving on the trip which takes her not only to Australia - but through countries girding the whole world,. To the young, enthusias- tic Queen, the journey is an intensely personal affair, a mighty, and colourful adven- ture, as well as being a col lossal official task. She has not been round th...

Publication Title: Sun-Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Details Of Randwick Races DAY FINE—TRACK GOOD WIDDEN STAKES, 5f TWO-YEAR-OLD FILLIES [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

DAY FINE-TRACK GOOD WIDDEN STAKES, Sf TWO-YEAR-OLD FILLIES |tb> HOTS«. Car. PJ*. Fin. Jockey. ' RBoning. JC Queen of AH 8 5 5 IR. Selkrlg-Jumped clear at bar- rier rise, and well clear turn- ing, into straight. Ridden right out in final furlong to lust win. «Kirf!« 8 5 ». 2 IV. McGrowdie-11th away. 12th passing Vim, 7th turning Into straight. Finished very fast in middle of track to just miss. » Belle Ting« 8 5 10 3 N. Sellwood-9th to 3f. 4th ap- proaching home turn. Went to the post, in good style, and will be improved. 1.J Karen 8 5 2 4 C.Moore-11th at Vim, 5th at turn ll Celestial Glow 8 5 13 SW. Cook-2nd at 3f, 3rd at turn. IN Regal Wonder 8 5 4 6 R. Buckley-3rd at Vim, 2nd at turn. Ul Castanet 8 5 lt 7 G. Frankland-14th at Vita, 8th at turn. 1H Noemi 8 5 8 8 R. Fanx-Well back to home turn. IN Negri 8 5 17 9 T. Hill-13th at Vim, 10th at turn, t Nizam's Belle 8 5 6 10. C. Podmore-4th at Wm, 11th at' turn. Ul Wedding Bells 8 5 3 lt J.' Deely-10th at Vim, «th at turn. IN Fair Da...

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GOULBURN [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

GOULBURN MAIDEN, 500yds.-MIGHTY -NER. (6-4). 1: White Covah (6-4), 2; Royal Eclipse (6%1). 3. Divs.: 6/6. SI. 5 len., 4 len. Time, 27.8s. Scr.: The Producer._ NO. 3 CLUB; 500yds.-POLAR MILAN (3-1), 1; Lady Scorcher (5-1), 2; Super Judy (8-1), 3. Divs.: 9/, 4/6, 18/. Hd.. len. Time, 28.3s. Scr.: Rosebank Daughter. NO. 2 FLYING, 375yds.-FISH- ING BOAT (4-1), .I: Chief Row (4-6), 2; Sir Tanimon (4-1), 3. Divs.: 9/6, 2/3. 2 len., 2 len. Time, 21.2s. Scr.: Yankee Lane, Miss O'Brien,. King Atom,. Bright MNO. 3 FLYING, 375yds. SUPER RULE (2-1), 1: King Cus sane (4-5). 2; Neil John (5-1). 3. Divs.: 16/3, 3/6. 5 len., len. Time, 20.8s. Scr.: Phillip's Dream, Sarsen. NO. 2 CLUB, 500yds.-LALLA BLUE (2-5), 1; Silver HaybcU (5-1). 2; Delma Rose (5-1V 3. Divs.: 6/9, 4/. 3. len., 3 len. Timc.-28.3s Scr.: Lovely, GoWn, Row Boat, Little Black Girl, Peg and -Jack,. :Riverstone Chief. - '"? Amvnn ? MAIDEN, ¿ "Syds.-GOTHIC MISS <5e-l)j.l: Kel*£&a^Jfc": 2; Danny Odoon (KM).;3. «tu 84/...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEATURES DOWN Into A New World From Our London Office [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

I FEATURES DniA/M Int** A New From Our London Office THE FANTASTIC airships and sub- marines which Jules Verne wrote about, even the space roc- kets which present day scientists so con- fidently forecast, are no stranger, in con- ception and appear- ance, than a curious sea machine which in the past month has been wallowing round t h e Mediterranean, usually behind a tag. It is Professor August Piccard's bathyscape, or sub- marine balloon in which he has already dived to a depth nearly two miles below the surface of the sea. into a weird world previously clos- ed lo mankind. The picture and diagram with this article show just how strange thc bathyscape is. Swiss-born, 69-year-old Piccard believes it is the forerunner of undersea ves- sels in which men will roam the oceans at unheard of depths-charting the sea's mysteries and exploiting its wealth; mining metals on thc sea bottom; gathering sea plants; watching thc move- ments of shoals of fish; re- covering treasure from old wrecks;...

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Twentieth FEATURES Century Christian [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

Twentieth wmwn Century Christian By MAJOR-GEN. THE REV. C. A. OSBORNE SOME TIME in life there comes to every per- son a longing for faith. The moment comes, in many different ways. To some it is a moment of danger, to a few, a moment of wonder. TO others it is the cul m ¡nation of frustratioi and disillusion. The fortunate people ar< those who have the couragt to face their moment befon it dissolves into the jumblet memory of lost opportunitie: and moral failures that ii the background of so man} lives. How do we respond to th< call of this critical moment' How, in Jesus's vivid phrase do we begin the process ol being born again? First, it is necessary tc understand that the Christ- ian way of life calls for de- termination and energy. Il is not sentimental stuff. Nc healthy minded person ev« became a real Christian without much hard work. Then it is necessary to understand that the Christian way embraces all life; it is not concerned exclusively with Sundays a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

(J) GLORIOUS FOX COLLAR, £5/19/6 A superb accessory for Spring. Autumn and Winter. The flattering glamour of imported Fox in a wonderful golden-honey, beige, brown, and blue mist. Try one on to-morrow! g) RUSSIAN FOX CAPES, 1{ Gns. So glamorous for day or evening! You'll love this wealth of fluffy fox - it's a terrific bargain price for such superb Russian Sable Fox pelts. In a host of deep, warm tones of brown. D MAGNIFICENT FOX CAPE, £11/15/ Here is the extravagant fur you've dreamed of - a long, flowing cape of lustrous fox. Choose the rich, deep pelts from costly tones of light, medium and dark brown. Layby for only £2! D SILVER FOX, ONLY I4¿ Gns. . . or do you prefer pale, fabulous Blue Fox? This beautifully shaped cape is now available in rich, imported pelts of silver or Natural Blue Fox. lt's a special "Sun-Herald" Offer you can't afford to miss! MINK STOLE 175 Gns. Such precious, costly furs are made-to-order by Max Cornelius himself. China Mink, 175 gns. Canadian Ranch Min...

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SMITH STABLE BACKERS CRASH Favoured Youngsters Fail In Three Races [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 11 October 1953

. SMITH STABLE BACKERS CRASH Favoured Youngsters Fail In Three Races The remarkable run of success trainer T. J. Smith has had with two-year-olds in past seasons cost stable backers and punters ä fortune yester- day. Randwick and Caulfield the pick of his youngsters started odds on in three races and were beaten. Karen (2-1 on) failed in the Widden Stakes at Rand- wick, Seofon (5-4 on), win- ner of the Gimcrack Stakes was beaten at Caulfield, and Mazooka (11-8 : on) went down to Indian Empire in the Canonbury . Stakes at Randwick. Near Record Indian Empire overhauled Mazooka inside the furlong and beat him by a heck. Grey 'Phero (13-2) was two and a half lengths away, third. Indian Empire ran the five furlongs in 59¿s, which was only a second outside the Randwick record held by All Love. The ring did not escape, for Indian Empire was backed from 4-1 to 5-2. Many big bets were land- ed including £4,000 to £1,000 from J. Shaw, £3,500 to £1,000 from Ken Ranger, and £2,800 to £800 from ...

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