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TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. Lejpie.— Rllnuln T. Newtown, Rushcuttcra B«» Ov*l CT\ (yCndv); rydncy v. *-»* Sydney, Moore P»rk (L. Dividjun); Paddinjton v. South t'rdoc.'-, AininlLm Football Ground (A. Crdjhton). Junior League.— Double B*y t. Borwoo^, Umhcnitrn Bay Ov»l, 1.30 p.m. (A. H. Hedgtr): SouCh SrtBey Juniors v. lUdfem, Australian Foo-.tnll Ground, 1.U p.m. (5L Carney).
AUSTRALIAN RULES IN SYDNEY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
AUSTRALIAN RULES IN SYDNEY By WAR AT AH. j I The matches postponed from\la.st Saturday! will be decided to-day. The principal engage ment. BaJmiln v. Newtown, -vill be played at ! Kushcutters Bay Oval. As both side ; promise : to be strongly represented, it should be an in- j terming game. Balmain's chances of annex- j ing the minor premiership depend, in a me'''-- '? sure, upon the result. Taking the possibilities I into consideration. It is cxpectcii Mul the at tendance will exceed that of any previous fix lure this season. Balmain will be strengthened 1-y J. Ashley, while Newtown will again have J. Furlong, who has been transferred from the military camp at Dubbo to Liverpool. Sydney and East Sydney, running level for fourth position, will meet at Moore Park. It should be attractive and interesting, especially to the immediate followers of the clubs, who are not without hope that developments will bring to-day's victor into line for premiership honors with Balmiin, Paddington and...
TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
TURF GOSSIP ? « ? By THE 8C0UT. Mooreficld races this afternoon. While the Northern Di»trict racegoers will be catered for by the Newcastle Jockey Club. And the Australian Steeplechase meeting of the V.A.T.C. will be inaugurated at Caulficld. According to a Melbourne writer, Ecuador. Uibridfc, and Goldsisn all showed signs of lameness after their races last week. Brisbane racegoers will take- their sport at Albion Park, and those of South Australia will be catered for by the Gawlcr Jockey Club. Th= Rosehill Racine Club has issued a pro gramme for August 19. Entries will be received by tlie secretary. Mr. G. W. S. Roivc, up to V p.m! on Tuesday next, the 8th inst. | The Tasmanian Turf Club has Riven its pro- ' fits for the year, £126. to the war relief funds. ; Tt is probable that other Tasmanlan clubs will | be following the example. I The welkknown Queensland owner and j breeder. Mr. James McGill. labt week celebrated I his- 75th birthday. He has been racing for 50 | years. I Home ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
Harry Rickards' Tivoli Theatres, Ltd Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide. Governing Director ? lnjQB D. McISTOSII. SYDNEY: MELBOURNE: unDArc cm niM marie king scott nUK/HEi VsVAjUin, KELLY AND FERN LOUIS LONDON THE ItOVAL IWSSUN ILLUBI0e.TST. DAN AHERN CLARENCE WILBUR FLOYD MACK AND MABELLE KENNEDY AND LEIGHTON JIMMY FLETCHER OS-KO-MON MARY DORR DICK DOROTHY GRACE HANSEN JACK AND FORIS ROSE BERRY, KEITH KENNEDY BASLO AND VIVL ETC. BRISBANE.— Cardo and Noll, Norton and Ea rl, O'Connell and Blair, Bill Pruitt, Evelyn Cunningham, Vandiloff and Louie, Margar et Jewell.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
700 SOVS PRIZE MONEY. ROSEBERY RACES TO BB 1IUI.U OX VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 18, 1916. TLVlXCi IIA-NURAP. 100 ru*3., II lurloDSi. K.I HANDICAP. 'DO '«-, i} furlong*. . MA1DKK HANDICAP. Ill tovs.. ii lurlonjs. H.O HANDICAP. 1OU sol... 5 furloic. ROSKIiKKV II'CAP, l'/J to.-s., U mile md a distance. H.S HANDICAP. 100 boil.. I) furlonl*. UNCOl'K.Uii: STAKK.S, (handicap), !fj sovs., 7 fu/lonm. NOMINATION ILO.SK u p.ro on TUUK-SDAY NK.VT, AftiCST lu 11)10. WKK'.HTS will be ilctlircd on or -bout isATUltUAY, Al'CJUiJT I-1. Kor furtln-r pjr:icuhn ' IMmont B;l!Mi.:s. J- UNDEMIIM.. 15 Ca*:lerejtfb'liv(.l. Hccri:'.--ry. PARKES PONY RACING & TROTTING CLUBS SHOW MEETING. TO DE I1I.LD ON AUGUST 24, 1916. pitiyx jioni;y. aoo. TItl.M, STAKKS. K.C Ponl«. 4 furlonrj, £0 1-ONY HANDICAP. 11.5 PonU-i. t furlon;,. £10. 1VXV IIA.VOICAP. K.I fon.\!5, Vj furlcnsr'. ilo. ?U.MIOPrLEU IIASBICAI*. 11 mile- B'i.', -.JO or | Tm.-.Lr'il.rNti!CAP TROT, 1 mile. Ba!i, 3.(0 cr bet- i tr.- £K...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
liAVE THAT D1HTY AND SOILED SUIT RENOVATBD BY M. H. THOMAS 71 ^Sfliai liipert Cleaner and I'reMcr. U4 nill nu'.t i: equal to Ni*v at Moderate (.'large. ) cm a. wuiik, hi tuoxe. cm u». JACK MASON 1-2-3 AND DOUBLES. Paddock Everywhere MEMBER CITY TATT'S. ASCOT RACES NEXT WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1916 FIRST RACE- 12 NOON SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO COURSE. J. UNDERHILL Secretary. ASCOT RACES NEWCASTLE RACES SATURDAY, AUGUST 5 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 9 £1300 IN PRIZE MONEY LAEGE VTELDS. SIX RACIS. TRAINS IX.\-T. STDSKT SATURDAY HORSINU at CIO. i.'.'i. ?-?£-. 'I'1 aM ''-? RKTLHSINO KllOM NBWCASTI.K S.VHK KVl'.MNCi a; «.S'. I1'1 MiTVCASTIJ-: TttAHS DIRLCT TO TUB KACXCOllRSi: 'i.'.Tt.S Kinsr bwe -vr ^^W.J!}. Swwule Jocke. club. ua. N.S.W. TROTTING CLUB RACES At Epping Racecourse, Glebe, TODAY ? SATURDAY 1 J5 ? EXTJUnS. ? 125. IjAHCB HEWS. FIRST RACE. 1.30 P.M. STAND. QliXTS T'6, IiADIJLS X'-! : IX'iEil. A: i. .;.(-. Rilntjin, U!}Je!.l. tod SpecUl Trim, will n:r. \U ijcursf-itn-'i rrar fro- minute*. TARE...
AUSTRALIAN HURDLE RACE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
AUSTRALIAN HURDLE RACE i By-THE SCOUT. - AS. time of souir to prer.s lor this issue 16 I horses remain in the big hurulc race to be dc- I cided at Caulfield to-day. These, and their probable riders, arc: Lord Grey 11.10 (S. B. Fereuson). Uxbridsr II.'. jack Rice 1 1.5 (E. Moon). Obi 11.2 (Mr. W. G. McLean). Ratti farnham 10.10 (T. Shaw). Van Homrcigh 10.10 Ul. Cains) Mcrrimax 9.8 (J. A. Cain). Wis consin 9.7 (R. Baird). Lochiel 9.4 (T. Ryan). L'lack Step D.2 (A. J. Bird), Sir Prim 9.1 (A. 2. Ansom), Nick-a-Jack 9.0 (D. Williamson). Bill Brandon 9.0 (A. Wilson). Glen Kirk 9.0 (H. Thompson), Pivernook 5.0 (H Trcen). Wisconsin appears to be the particular fancy. with Lord Gny ar.d Van Hoinreigh next ; but, though he failed in the V.R.C. National Ftct plechasc. he might do better here, and I wlli go for : MERRIMAX ? 1 Van Homreigh ? 2 Wisconsin ? 3 The Gobford Racine Club has issued a pro rrammc for August 15. Nominations close with the secretary. Mr. II. R. Ev.ms, iit 4 p.in. on Thursd...
HARD TO UNDERSTAND WILLIAM THE SILENT AND THE EPSOM. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
HARD TO UNDERSTAND | WILLIAM THE SILENT AND THE EPSOM. j By CARDIGAN. It is s»id that William the Silent was sup ported l3St week by his stable connections for the Epsom Handicap, which is extremely hard i to fzthom. The little chestnut horse has never ! shown himself a sprinter, and he will need to begin quicker than in the past to have the slightest chance in a fast-run race like the Epsom Handicap. However, as he still lioldr. his place at the head or near the head of the j Metropolitan quotations his hackers in that race should not feel downhearted, as even if he misses the Epsom he is almost sure to run in the Metropolitan, and it is worthy of note that several Epsom failures win that race. !
MONDAY NIGHT GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
MONDAY NIGHT GOSSIP. In the six-round preliminary, Sholcs, a cleanly-built young Frenchman, defeated Frank Carroll. The v.inner's mode of attack, though effective, was amusing. He is a youth who at present would, I imagine, prove a warm cus tomer in a rough-and-tumble, but at present, from a boxing point of view, is crude. Still, with proper tuition, it is quite possible that he will yet shine in first-class company. Billy Sweetman (9.S). who lost on point* to Harry Holmes in a 20-round bout at Wollon gonc on Saturday night, was again accounted for by yet another bantamweight, young Black burn. The latter's weight was nearly a stone lighter (8.55), and by giving so much away in this direction and then winning clearly in every one of .the ten two-minute rounds, puts the Balmain crack in the hunt for the Australian championship of his division. Throughout the contest a front-row fan kept up the monotonous cry of 'Make him lead. Sweety.' How wise ! It was just what 'Sweety' could not p...
A KAY-CLABBY CONTEST SUGGESTED: WHY NOT? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
A KAY-CLABBY CONTEST SUG GESTED: WHY NOT? When I sugffested a Saylor-Kay match many of my friends laujhed at the idea. One, a well known bookmaker, thought it so ridiculous that when he met me he offered to bet £100 to 10.' rhat the Australian would not last half the journey against the hard-hitting American. Not being a betting man — where boxing U concerned — there was nothing doing. I expect to hear the same thine said when 1 suggest that the elongated Australian should be given a chance with the best of all the Ameri cans, Jimmy Clabby. Without thinking, a majority may laugh at the mere mention of such a match, on the ground that the middleweight champion of Aus tralia would ha»e no chance. But Kay won his title by a vary wide margin when he de feated Mick King, and Mick was at the top ol his form. In dutaj: so he showed form that warrants his being matched with the famous Clabby. who did not beat King any easier than Kay did. Before meeting Kay, King was declared win ner over F...
CROUSE AND DAVE SMITH AGAIN AUSTRALIAN EXPECTS TO WIN ON POINTS: WILL HE DO IT? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
CROUSE AND DAVE SMITH AGAIN AUSTRALIAN EXPECTS TO WIN ON POINTS : WILL HE DO IT? Dave Smith and Buck Crouse, in their return contest at the Stadium to-night, arc likely to at tract a big house. It will be recollected that on July IS they had a fast, clever, and exciting contest, wiiich ended abruptly in the ninth round owing to Smith's damaged left optic ob scuring his siRht, and preventing him continu ing at a period when there was very little steam left in either man. Smith made it a forcing right against a man his superior at that form of boxing through possessing many natural advantages, such as height, weight, strength, and youth. This time Smith intends adopting dilTerent tactics by de pending on his speed and science to score a points' victory. Will he do it ? I am doubtful. I expect to see Smith's speed and skill taking the points in the opening rounds. But even during tiiosc stages of the battle Crousc's aggressiveness should enable him to have some say in the areument of t...
HERB McCOY v. BENNY PALMER International Lightweight Contest in Melbourne To-night [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
HERB McCOY v. BENNY PALMER International Lightweight Contest in Melbourne To-night Herb McCoy will make his thirteenth ap pearance in eight months when he faces Benny Palmer, the American lightweight at the Mel bourne Stadium to-night, it being the lattcr's initial bow in Australia. Of Palmer little can be learned. Mr. Tom Andrews in his letter introducing the lad. states that like the other members of the team. Palmer had performed well for some months prior to coming this way. Judging by ap pearances, I should say that he is a bard mtting youngster, who. if game, will worry McCoy in his present condition. Were I sure that the champion was in anything like his best fettle. I would not hesitate to say that Australia will probably add another American ccalp to her girdle. But McCoy's form against Moy does not point to his beinK at bis best. Of course McCoy is likely at any time to show out brilliantly when least expected. Let us hope it will be so this time. In this case if Benny Pal...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
BOXING TAUGHT by WILL DIBLEY, . M LOWER CAMPBELL STREET. SUBRT BILLS. Bon pnpuing for lO-Booso' OmteiU it Stadium i to rrctiTc Spcei»l Attention. | BAKER'S STADIUM TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT boon open 7 o'clock. First try-out, 7.15. First preliminary, '.45. Dan Regan ». Art Heinlon. Me con d prelim itiirr, 8.7, Charlie Gardner. MAIN EVENT, SO Round!, 8.30. BUCK CROUSE v. DAVE SMITH TRICES : 10/ (Res. Clulrs), 6/, 3/, and 2/. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT iloori open T o'clock. V'irst try-out. T.I... 6i.t Rounds' Content, 8 o'clock. !.m Kins v- P«« Hanseu. Ten Hounds' Contort. e.a-. George OHillry v. Irtd Brett. * TWENTY ROUNDS' WENT. 8.50 tbarp, OWEN CAIRNS v. JACK COLE PRICES : 0/ (lies.). 2/, tnd 1/. Matinee Next Thursday, 3 p.m. ' 1. Boxins three round! (try-outs). S. The Broclnas Hlai-tpiiuicn and N'oveHj AcrooiU). 3. Tndnin? Exhibition— Lieu- Edvrards, who mecta Eddie Hoy licit Kaiunlay. 4. Trvinlnj Exhibition-Eddie Moj. 0. U talon anil Hill (Tutor Artist* and Vocaliitf). IP. Training Exhi...
MATINEE GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
MATINEE GOSSIP This week's Stadium matinee attracted a fine house. In the opening bout, a three-rounder. Will Mclntyrc. a new hand, had all the best of Peter Jackcon, a bigger and stronger boxer. Dave Smith did not box, but showed that condition was good by skipping, shadowspar ring, throwing the medicine ball, and roughing for five minutes, assisted by Ray Kearney, with out a spell between the exercises. Eddie Moy did great work in a three-round exhibition bout with Bill Collins, who. though up against it throughout :£uck to his work manfully. Llew Edwards and Mat Murphy again pro vided a fast and clever exhibition, both all out. Buck Crouse was again unfortunate in hav ing a lightweight as sparring partner — this time Fred Brett, a good one, undoubtedly, but still a lightweight. Crouse was to have had his partner, Colin Bell, but the latter was unable to appear owing to having accidentally burnt his rlcht hand. If the bout had been between this pair they might have shown something...
MELBOURNE FOOTBALLERS Their Matches To-day Cricket Gossip [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
MELBOURNE FOOTBALLERS Their Matches To-day :: Cricket Gossip By OLD PLAYER. I ast Saturday ended the first round of home and home games. A dozen have be«n played, and each team has met the other (our times. The defection of five clubs made the competi tion a bit of a farce, but the four loyal clubs ! battled on bravely and provided harmless and healthy recreation for thousands of football enthusiasts who could not possibly go to the war. The teams finished in the following order : Won Lost Drawn Pts. Carlton ? 10 -. 2 .. — ?? .« Collingwood .... 6 .. 5 .. 1 . . 26 Richmond ? 5 .. 7 .. — .. 20 Fitzroy ? 2 ?? 9 .. 1 .. 10 In a normal season the first four would play of! at this stage, but as the last four are also the first four this season, the position is paro doxical and anomalous. Carlton won ten of their dozen games. They are undoubtedly the most powerful combination of the four, and would probably have, been high up on the list if the full complement had been playinB. They are a...
BOXING RESULTS FOR JULY: MAIN EVENTS. AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
BOXING RESULTS FOR JULY : ? MAIN EVENTS. AT SYD.VKV. July 1-Bert Fpup,. S.12J fVirtoria) »nd Jimmr mil. P.O. New South Wale Icr Oatbenvcicht crumpio'njh.p 0« rounds draw. July ft— Pn-d Kj.v, m.sj (Australia) drfratrd Film- Stonr ln.01 (Aramr.,), ;a ro^ds, points. July 1J— Buck- C.To.i^, 12,'Ji fAmcrira) dtfeatM Dare Smith. 11.10J (Australia), knock ..Kit. ?- round. July 'SI— FrH Kjv, 10.M, .Wcatfd Tom I'rcn 10 j pofcita, -3) round.- ' ' ' July 2)— Harry Stonr. !-.s} (America) .Iclutcd I.lctv Kdnrd!. u.TJ HValu.). point.-. 20 rounds. AT MEUBOLItXK. July 1— LIm MtrardK. O.BJ OValrci) and Hc.-h SliCev, !).S) (Australia!, drru', a- round.'. July S—lim Cb!)by. n.l (Ar.icrira) defeated Fritz Hoi lajid, 11.5 (AusLralia), knock out in siith round. July IS-LIimt Kltrard*. !'. (U'ajcs) -Meatcd .limrm- Hill. U.I} (Australia), knock out in fifth roum). July »!— K.1dic SIov. o.llj (Aracrira) defeated Hern McCoy, y.l-l (Australia), poinu. '0 round*. July 'if- Spirpi. K.1IJ (Australia) defratrd Ar...
NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 5 August 1916
NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE Hrtt Grade. Bluo Sor v Petenliim, Mxrrickrillt Oral. Umpire. D. Warton. Sydney v Warerlcy, -V»\crle} Chil. Mr. H. C. Illldc brandt. St. Oeorse r Rtd Soj. Uichliardt OtaL Second Grade : Svdcev v Blue Sov, Pritten Park. !at;, Mr. Uariu; Ilcd &k v Pi-:ursham, Loldihardt, carlv. Mr. --. uunBirrt; Uondi v K ora, Waverlpy, car!1- Mr I'. Hodsc; St. Ccorst' v Mick .Simuioiu, HocUalr. Mr. Abbott; Petersham v Waverlt-y, MarrlcLrillc thai, carlv. Mr. L. Oreaham. Third Grade : Bcrdi v la-ichhirdt, Pratlrn Park, m:.-, Mr. A. Daviu; Wat»rl\v Junior v St. (,'corsv-, CcnvnTiLni ?Park, tarly. Sir. S. il»r.!- : M-k Simmon! v Kiora, Ulchhardt Cimal. Mr. P. ijyilr.; U'ju-rlry v lvirr-liam Junior, Cenlcrmial Park. Un-. Mr. S. Ilinii.