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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
AMUSEMENTS 3 C WILLIAMSON THEATRES LTD Present GRAND OPERA SEASON-T1VOU by arrangement -Ktth David N Martin TIVOLI CIRCUIT AUST PTY LTD, TOMORROW (MON ) AT 7 45 PM ' TURANDOT ' Box Plans at Tivoli from 9 n m To monow (Mon ) All Prie« Sea« lof Monday on Sala _^^^ TUESDAY NEXT, AT 8 P M "CARMEN" WEDNESDAY NEXT, AT T~P M 'LA BOHEME* i THURSDAY NEXT AT 8 PM MADAME BUTTERFLY 1 FRTOA\ NEXT AT 7 ^45 P M TURANDOT COMINO OPERAR SAT FEB 5 fMAT ) LA BOHEME SAT KEB 5 IEVE ) ANDREA CHENIER (Premiere) MON PEB 7 ANDREA CHENIER TUES PEB S RIGO LETTO WED FEB 9 (EVE ) TURANDOT THURS PEB 10 (MAT) CARMEN THURS FEB 10&lt;E\F) MANON FRI FEB 11 IL TROV ATORE SAT FEB 12 (MAT) FAUST SAT FEB 12 (EVE ) LA BOHFMF Box plans open six dfUR aheid oí each pciformance Reserved Stalk at Nicholson s and . "*""" "' Balcony it Tivoli Theatre onlv ______ __ _ "ANNIE, GET YOUR GUN," ROYAL, NOW ST&lt;\RRING EVIE HA'iCS n» 'ANNIE OAKLEY With WEBB T1LTON a« FRANK BUTLFR SUPERB CAST Mghtlv at R Matinee Wed and...
Tides For To-day [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Tides For To-day Fort Denison! High, 9 6am (5ft 2in), 9 »S p m (3ft lOin), lo«, 2 41 am. OOinJ, 3 d5 p m (4ln) Oolam Bail High, 9 31 am; lou, 4 IO pm Bcroivra Fnlrnnce: High, 10 36 am, lo» 5 15pm Cocknlno Ulandi High, 9 26 a m.i ion, 4^ pm Como Bridge: High, 10 6 ami low, 4 45 p m Ftialnng: High, 9 26 a m.i low, 4 5 p m Ila« lic«biiri Bridge: High, 10 6 a m ; low 4 45 p m Nnrlh He.id: High, 8 51 a m ; Ion, 3.30 P m Port Mucking: High, 9.21 a m.i low, 4pm Sun rose at 5 14 a m , sets at 7.2 p m.
BOWLS TALK- RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
BO WLS TALK - RESULTS AFTER a lapse of three **. months the third and fourth rounds of the State fours will be resumed to- morrow at 10 a.m. After to-morrow's play the 128 fours will be reduced to 32. Florence (Bondi), Healey (Ken- sington), Staley (Waverley), and Lumby (Hornsby) have excellent prospects in the top half of the draw. Curry (Warringah), Lovett (Kensington), Armitage (N. Syd- ney), Benjamin (City), Collins (Cronulla), Lowe (Burwood), and Forssberg (Waverley) should be hard to beat in the lower half. * * * TWO of the N.S.W. bowlers who sailed for New Zealand on Thursday also toured in 1936. They are Ern Packer, who managed the team in 1936, and Ashfield club president Rex Law. * * * SINCE joining North Sydney club in 1936, Hilton Richard- son has had a meteoric rise in bowls administration. He was a member of the 1937 committee, chairman of the house committee from 1938 till 1943, vice-president from 1940 till 1942, and president from 1943 till 1947. He has been a deleg...
WORLD TITLE HOLDER BEATEN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
WORLD TITLE HOLDER BEATEN NEW YORK, Jan. 29 (A.A.P. Reuter).-Kid Gavilán (10-5*), of Cuba, to-night won a non title 10-round bout against the world lightweight champion, Ike Williams (10-Oi) in a split decision at Madison Square Garden. Gavilan's manager, Angel Lopez, said after the fight- he would post a bond with the New York State Athletic Com- mission next week demanding that the welter champion, Ray Robinson, meet Gavilán for the welter title.
BENEFIT OF CITY TRAINING [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
BENEFIT OF CITY TRAINING By JIM CARLTON Yesterday's country championship results showed the value of city training to athletes. Athletes who regularly com- pete with Sydney clubs and Newcastle runners dominated the first day of the champion- ships at Henson Park. The obvious answer to city trained athletes' superiority is to promote competition in the centres which are too far away from Sydney and Newcastle for athletes to reach. This competition is extremely difficult to arrange, because the country athletic centres are too widely dispersed. So it seems that country athletics is in the grip of a dilemma. The coaching committee of the N.S.W.A.A.A. has tried to do something for these centres, but visits are too short to be of any lasting value. Hayes Impressive Harry Hayes, of Newcastle, in winning the open mile yesterday registered the most impressive run of the day. His time of 4 minutes 30.2 seconds broke the previous record by 13 seconds and bettered the time of the Invitation Mi...
More Upsets For Bowlers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
More Upsets For Bowlers Unaccountable upsets in the No. 1 pennant bowls continue to intrigue students of form. Yesterday's surprises were the defeats of the three section lead- ers. Randwick, badly down to Bondi last week, yesterday beat City by 17. This left Bondi at the head of that section. Ern Florence, who beat Angie Sotiros well in the previous round, was beaten yesterday by Al Mahony, past president of Double Bay. Sotiros reversed his previous loss by beating Billy Bolton of City. Randwick won on three of four rinks, Garney Noble alone returning a winning card for City. Len Shepherd played a fine game to defeat Gordon Sargeant by 11. North Sydney deposed War ' ringah in Section 3, and Victoria . Park surprisingly succumbed to . Balmain. ' ' Section No. 1 leader, St. ; George, suffered its first loss ! lo Petersham-leaving Campsie at the head of the section. Ryde and Burwood are run- ning true to form in Section 2, and have no serious rival for! section honours.
COUNTRY RESULTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
COUNTRY RESULTS --« POLE VAULT.-R. Millington (Ms er Park), 9« 6111, 1; N Rutherford* (AchIP les) 2. T Moriarlly (Eastern Creek), 3 JAVELIN (under 19)-N. McKnight (Camden), 137ft 9in, 1: J E Waterson (Mjcr Park), 2, L. R. Cock« (Orange), MILE WALK_S Rudman (Blnck lottn), 9m 316s, 1, W Gorme (Camp- belltown), 2, N S. Dart (Myer Park), 3 120YDS HURDLES.-B S Day (Ach- illes), 17 Ss, 1, J A Crawford (M>cr Park). 2; K. F. McKevctt (Muswellbrook), 3. INVITATION I00YDS.-E Strickland (Eastern Suburbs), 10 Is, 1; E C Camp- bell (University), 2, K. W. Crowson (Botany), 3 100YDS (under 17)-P D Barnard (Canberra). 10 7s, 1. J Britton (Cam- den), 2, P. Nixon (Bathurst), 3. lODYDS (under 19).-D Johnson (Wol- longong) 10 5s, 1, K Hat man (Achil- les). 2, R Gullh cr (Maitland), 3 100YDS OPFN.-H Quinn (Myer Park), 10 5s, 1, R K Roberts (Goul- burn), 2, E R Cromack (Richmond), 3 SHOT PUT-P Slrect (Hawkesbury College) 31ft 6ln 1 D W Thorn (Camden) 2 E M Evans (Orange) 3 120yds HURDI ES -RERUN K Mc ...
Within 10th Of World Record Run [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Within 10th Of World Record Run MELBOURNE, Saturday. -Frank Banner (N.S.W.) unofficially ran within a tenth of a second of the world's record for 100 meties at Wangaratta sports "ground this afternoon. Banner was competing in the 100 yards handicap, and agreed with three timekeepers to run on to the 100 metres mark, as a test for his world record attempt on Monday afternoon Although he faltered at the tape, he covered the distance in 10 3s, which equalled American Negro Han ison Dillard's winning effort at the Olympic Games at Wembley last year The world's record for the dis- tance is held by Jesse Owens 10 2s on a cinder track Banner's effort this afternoon is believed to be the fastest ever put up on a grass track Conditions for the run were ideal, although Banner was slow getting out of the holes. He won his heat of the 100 yards event m 9.45s, from the three-quarter yard mark, which ts estimated to be a quarter of a yard slower than La Beach's record at St Kilda to-day. Banner l...
Sydney Girl Athletes Outstanding [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Sydney Girl Athletes Outstanding Competing in the Women's Interclub events at the Sports Ground, yes- terday, June Mastoni Joyce King and Betty Lukins displayed out- standing form Misses Maston (Western Suburbs), King (YWCA), and Lukins (St George) re- corded 113 seconds to win their respective 100yds events The events were run over an undulated track and the girls were not assisted by the moderate cross wind Olympic sprinter June Maston said she would be right at her top for the State championships which start at the Sports Ground next Saturday Joint Australian 100yds record holder, Miss Joy King however was not pleased with her form Last December she had her tonsils removed and his not been ible to return to her normal running condition She ran fifth to Mrs Blankers Koen in Mel bourne hst Saturda> V+nSJFRlN SUBURBS v FVSTERN SUBURBS-I00>ds J Maston (WS) 11 3s 1 M Mathews (WS) 2 M Cairns (WS) 3 Broid lump J Mas Ion (WS) 15It 6/sin 1 80 metres hurdles D Miller (C S) 13 9k 1 A ...
POINTS WIN FOR GUNKEL [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
POINTS WIN FOR GUNKEL American Ray Gunkel con- tinued his winning sequence at Leichhardt Stadium last night, when he beat Pat Meehan on points in the main wrestling match. Gunkel scored brilliantly in the fifth round with a flying shoulder press. In the supporting bout Roy Heffernan drew with Bob George, one fall each. Boring Preliminaries.-S rounds: Snowv Phillis (10-11) outpointed Sid Fletcher (10-5).
Curotta To Go On N.Z. Trip [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Curotta To Go On N.Z. Trip The New Zealand Ama- teur Athletic Association, has cabled the Australian Union asking that Olym pian Morris Curotta be're- tained in the team to tour New Zealand next month. The Australian Union had in- formed New Zealand that Cur- otta had had little running over 440yds this season. .The Union left the decision of retaining Curotta to 'the New Zealand officials.
Speed Records Attempted [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Speed Records Attempted A crowd of more than 24,000 saw Graham Warren fail in his attempts on lap records at the Showground Speedway last night His time of 20s for one lap fiom a rolling start was two fifths of a second outside Wilbur Lamoreaux's record Warren was 1 6s slower than Lamoreaux s record for two laps In a challenge sidecar event o\er two laps, from a rolling start, Jack Carruthers narrowly beat Chook ' Hodgkiss in 45s Hodgkiss atoned for his defeat hy winning a heat of the open sidecar handicap, from 200 yards behind It was the first time a rider had won an event after con ceding such a big handicap In the final Hodgkiss s engine filled, and he was forced to withdraw before completing a lap Results - Challenge Sidecar Match (2 Ians rolling slart)-J Carruthers 45s 1 C Hodge kiss 2 Solo Record attempt by G Warren 1 lip 20s two Ups -40 6s Sidecnr Scratch Race final-B Martin 68 4s 1 Only starter Solo Scratch Race -B Byrnes 62s 1 J Chigncll 2 C Garland 3 Sidecar Handicap -R D...
Clubs Should Do More For Young Swimmers [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
Clubs Should Do More For Young Swimmers By FORBES CARLILE, Coach of the 1948 Aus .rralian team at the Olympic Games. Australia gained four places in swim- ming at the 1948 Olympics in London, but this is no guarantee it will do as well in Helsinki in 1952. With every likelihood of the appearance of Japanese and Russian swimmers who have broken a number of world records recently, there -may be a considerable . rise in standard. T F Australia is to hold its pre *? sent high place there will have to be more action on the part of swimming officials. The abundant talent we have is being neglected both by men's and women's clubs. The clubs arc mainly concerned with running week-end races and raising- money for prizes. Clubs' social activities are well developed, but .the training of future Olympians is neglected. While the emphasis is placed on handicap point score and the irophy race, and not on training and coaching, I cannot see how we can expect the swimming standard to improve. It ma...
FINAL IN SAILING TO MYRA [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
FINAL IN SAILING TO MYRA » Myra (N.S.W.) won the third and final heat of the Australian 18-foot sailing championship on Sydney Harbour yesterday. Sailed in a hard nor-easterly wind, Myra revelled m the con- ditions and won by 57s from Jenny III (Qld.), with Culex II (Qld.) 18s away in third place. Myra with 573 points won the Australian title, followed by Jenny III, 383; Culex II, 190; Jenny Too (N.S.W.), 163; H. C. Press (N.S.W.), 83; Australia (Qld.), 51; All Star (Qld.), 31; Janet (Qld.), 16; Desdemona (N.S.W.), 15; Crusader (N.S.W.), 8; Scamp (N.S.W.), 2; Ardath (N.S.W.), nil. On the windward work to the Sow and Pigs it was a very evenly contested race, All Star being first to round by 6s from Myra, followed by Jenny 111, and Culex II. In Trouble On the shy spinnaker run be- tween Shark and Clark Islands, All Star, which had been hav- ing trouble with its spinnaker from the Sow and Pigs, capsized. At Clark Island Myra led Jenny HI by 7s and further in- creased her lead on the fi...
TO PLAY ENGLISH WOMEN'S XI [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
TO PLAY ENGLISH WOMEN'S XI Nine Goulburn and three Can- berra women cricketers have been chosen to play for Southern New South Wales against the visiting English side. The match is listed for Can- berra on February 12. The Southern N.S.W. team is: L. Godfrey (capt., Goulburn), M. Larkham (vice-capt., Can- berra), S. Collins (G), E. Con- quest (G), E. Clarke (G), B. Har- ris (G), I. Kingston (G), B. Lee (C), G. Locke (C), I. Mills (G), L. Peterson (G), B. Benman (G).
£150 Tower Built For Diving Titles [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
£150 Tower Built For Diving Titles THE Queensland s Amateur Swimming Association, assisted by the State Government, has erected a £350 tower at Morningside quarry, where the Australian diving championships will be staged in February. The tower (illustrated above) has a tubular steel scaffold with wooden platforms at five and ten metres and, a spring- board at the regulation three metres. The Australian swimming championships are to be held there between February 19 and 26. Strong opposition to holding the championships at the quarry has been voiced on the grounds that it is unsafe. The Australian and N.S.W. highboard champion, Arthur O'Connor, told the N.S.W.A.S.A. he would not contest the national titles if they were staged in the quairy. O'Connor claimed there was a danger that divers would be in- jured if they struck planes dumped in the quarry in war- time. The Q.A.S.A. had the bottom examined by a diver, who re- ported it to be safe. O'Connor and State spring- board champion Jo...
Mrs. Lancaster Suggests TWO MENUS FOR THE WEEK CUTLETS EN PAPILOTTE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949
V Mrs. Lancaster Suggests TWO MENUS FOR THE WEEK LUNCH Jellied Tomato Salad Chocolate Tapioca DINNER Melon Cocktail Cutlets en Papilofte French Beans Potato Croquettes Coconut Custard Cake With Boiled Custard CUTLETS EN PAPILOTTE r^UT pieces of greaseproof ^ paper in heart shapes, al- lowing one for each cutlet. Place a trimmed and seasoned cutlet on each shape, with the bone protruding from the part which is cut away. Mix to- gether 2 cups fine white breadcrumbs, 1 tblspn. each of chopped parsley, minced ' onion and finely chopped bacon, salt and pepper to taste, a little finely grated leemon rind, 1 beaten egg and a little melted margarine (about 1 tspn.). Place a por- tion of mixture neatly on top of each cutlet," keeping to the cutlet shape. On top of this place a thick slice of seasoned tomato and fold paper over neatly, completely sealing the cutlet. Place on a well-greased baking dish and bake in a. moderate oven for about 25 minutes. Serve in the papers with a well-seasoned ...