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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

IEAI1G THE DIERE TO BE WELL- SIZES 5' to 14's PICE DSSED IS MORE THAN EVER NOTICEABLE IN TIlE BOY OF TO / DAY. HIS SUIT, TIE, HAT, ETC., 25- I?N' BE TIE EXACT SIDE HE HAS IN MIND. IIELP YOUR BOY IHLNDRED? TO REALISE HIS AMIBITION BY BUYI'N A BIG RANGE. OHOOSE FROM. FROM THIS SPLENDID IRALNGE. The Cold Days Here is "Dad's" and Nights Opportunity. REMIND YOU OF TIlE AD- THIS IS JUST WHAT HE HAS VAN'TAGFS OF I)OSSF.9SING A BEEN WAITING FOIL GOOD WARM WOOL RUG. A Special Value Line of Navy3 Serge TROUSfERS, heavy weight, suitable for Mechanics. ILilway AE O Amen, Enginedrivers, etc. Sizes from 4's to S's, 16,/6 WE LVE JUST OPENED A lIG RANGE, AND TO IWEFFECT A Strong Working TROUSERS, sizes QUI? K SAL, WE o ARE OFERING 4's to 8's. 7/3 OUTE UBUALL 30/ RUG6S FOR 2 3/6 GASHION SHIURTS, good r?l?e, 3/sizes 14 in. to 17 in. only, t- 4/11 ALB) OUR SPECIAL 39/6 HEAY-WEIGHT RUG FOR 35/ Special Heavy-weight PYJAMAS, Men's and O.S., 8/1. Another Good Ileavy-weight PYJAMA, bad st,.pe, Men's and o0...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
People in Sport. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

People in Sport. By "OLD TIMER." Messrs. A. E. Clarksq and J. F. Wil liams are going for a business trip to America, England, and the Continent, in the first week in January. The for mer is managing director and Mr. Wil liams is a director of Clarkson's, Limited. Both are well known in sport. Mr. Clarkson has been the prime mover in a competition among all the trades for a trophy (called the *"Clrk son trophy"), which is competed ior every summer by the business boy. 2r3 in the metropolitan area. He is a great follower and suppor'ter ofI cricket. Mir. Jim Williams, his colleague, is well known as a skipper in interstate bowls. As a four-bowl player he has won the Sturt club's championship twice and the handicap once. With his clubmate in Sturt, A. C. Thomas, he won the South Park and Hawthorn pairs, and with "Farmer" Hill, Clem Hill's brother, won the South Park pairs last season. Talking of Clem Hill, not many people know that in his day Clem played a fine game of football for sout...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
SOCCER FIRST LEAGUE TABLE. Position of Clubs. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

SOCCER By "REFEREE." FIRST LEAGUE TABLE. Position of Clubs. Goals. P. W'. L. D. F.A. Pi. Cheltenham . .12 10 1 1 - 37 15 21 9. Adelaide . . . 12 7 4 1 23 1 15 N. Adelaide . . I 6 4 2 22 15 14 P. Adelaide . . 5 2 ' - 3 S 13 Sturt ..... .11 5 5 1 20 16 11 l-iindmarsh . 12 6 12 1 9 Prospect... ...t 2 7 1 8 26 5 Glenelg . . . Li - S 2 4 20 2 The draw for the Cambridge challenge cup (State championship) will take place this evening at thle dclegstes' meetine.n wsbn 16 clubs will o into the hat for the first round. All the first league t.eams and ourray Bridge, Peterborough, Port 1. and Imperial were exempted from tle qualifying round. while the respective winners of the quallfying round and \VWet Hjsdrn:rsin Metholist. who drew a bye, will also figure in the first rutnd. I'Except wocre. pie?iously arranged the fire? club out of the hat will have choice of ground. The games will take place on August 4. the second round on August 11. and the semi-finals August 18. The finalsl wil! be playe...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GOLF [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

GOLF The Royal Adela!de Golf Club's. course at Scaton, on which the open and amateur championships of Australasia will be played, is beginning to look its very best, and, pro viding we have fine weather for the next few weeks, will be in such good order that our local players will take a great pride in showing their interstate friends round our links. It may be that one or two Aus tralian championship courses can show better turf on farrways, but Seatun leads the way in putting green and natural hazards. Every effort is being mnade to sic that those fair ways wihich call for brassy play will not suffer much, if at all. in comparison with (ther courses. Hloles where iron shots are required for second shots are not so im portant as far as turf is concerned, but evon here our club need not worry. Another feature of the club's grounds which is sure to be apprerciated by our visi tors is the practice ground, which is re c.eiving considerable attention. Ample room is provided for players ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
HOCKEY S.A. WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP TABLE. A Grade. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

HOCKEY S.A. WOMBN'S ASSOCIATION. 'PREMIERSHIP TABLE. A Grade. Aroha .... ... 10. 1 1 35 5 17 University .. .. .. 11 8 - 334 .18 16 Blackwood .. .... 10 6 1 3 14 8 13 Teachers' College ... 10 5 - 5 17 20 10 Ieathpool..... .. 10 4 1 5 20 21 9 Umloc .......... 10 2 1 7 11 25 5 6awler ......... 11 ~ - 1- 1041 - B Grade.. A.H.S. I. .. .. .. 10 9 1 - 37 5 19 L4emnos ..... . .. 10 6 2 2 33 14 14 Aroha II. .. ..; ...10 5 2 3 22 15 12 Blackwood II. .... 10, 3 2 5 13 16 8 Teachers' College II. 10 2 - 8 11 232 4 Umloc II......... 10 11 8 6 40 3 C Grade. Blackwood III .... 11 9 1 1 43 11 19 A.H.S. II. ...... 11 4 2 5 1 19 10 Teachers' College III. 11 5 - 6 18 32? 10 Gawler II...... .. .11 2 1 K W 2t 5 NEXT SATURDAY'S SEMI-F1qALS. A.ILr.S. T. (first) v. Aroha IL (third), JPm Toc's grounds, South Park Lands, Lemnos (second) v. Blackwood I'I. (fourth), Association grounds, South Park Lands. HOCKEY AT TEACHERS' COLLEGE. The ladies of the Teachers' College have three hockey teams affiliated with the...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
KICKED 33 GOALS [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

KICKED 33 GOALS E. Weeden. the Port B grade goal sneak, is establishing a reputation. A pretty mark, he has been responsible for most of his team's goals, having kicked 33 so far this year. He is easily top of the list. Percy Lewis, captain of the North Adelaide Fcotball Club, who is. well ahead on the goalkicking list in football, is a son of Tom Lewis, the well-known Prospect bowler. Tom Lewis is not only an interstate bowler, hut he skipped the winning four in the rink competition connected with the Australian carnival in Adelaide in 1921. One or two of our football umpires is thinking of moving to Tasmania next winter. Thi. Southern League, with its headqcuarters at -Iobart, pay-s central umpires E6 a match, which is far ahead of the fees in Adelaide and Melbourne. The ncw stands at the Adelaide Oval will cost over £16,000. 1at Auld, who is playing in the lacrosse carnival at Brisbane, is a son of George Auld, who in his day also played in interstate games. George Auld is secret...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Federal Loan Must be Success PUBLICITY FOR SMALL INVESTOR URGED [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

federl Loan IMu be Sue'ssb PUBLICITY FOR SMALL NESTOR URGED 3BY ALEX JOBSON. There are many persons havItng are not fully aware of the opportun sound securities on the Adelaide S of this column to bring these oppor week certain investment stocks will out in a clear and concise form, i his own opinion as to whether th for the investment of his money. T with in this column will be limite securities listed on the Stock Exch stocks and shares. Another matter which will recei criticism of prospectuses of capital issues to raise funds for new Ipropo prospectus will be carefully scrutini clearly with the view of assisting p. arriving at a decision as to wheth the shares offered. Readers are invited to .end to t which may be brought under their duly analysed and commented on i It should be clearly understood with the object of guiding investor investment made must rest, vith tlh money available for investment who ities presented by the purchase of tock Exchange. It will be the aim tunities ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

RIFLE SHOOTING (By "Foresight.") Riflemen in the metropolitan area will wel come the news that the Port ranges are now fairly tree of water. Mr. Payne, super intendent, and his men have not spared themselves during the last few weeks. -INTER-CL'UB TEAM3S' FINAL. On Saturday, July 5., and August. 5, the final inter-club grade teams' match is to be fired. This match had to be abandoned last June owing to inclement weather. Twenty-eight teams were engaged in the last match, fired o n April 14, and it is expected that this number will compete In the final shoot. In the championship and in the three grades only a few points separate the first halt dozen teams In each. A?delaide No. 1 has pride of piece in the championship with 1,725, Cyclists have 1,723, and Port. Adelaide 1.719. In A grade S.A. Soldiers are leading, but six points only is the margin between them and the nextsix teams. Cyclists No. 2 and Tramways are equal in first place in B gradet. with four other teams only a few Iui....

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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INTERSTATE PRODUCE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

INT??FRSTATE PRODUCE MARKETS. SYDNEY, Today.-Wheat, growers' lots, 1/8; parcels, 4/(. Butter, choicest, 224/ cwt. Cheese, p?imo loiaf, to 1/4'A; large, to 1/i : special, to 1/5 lb. Eggs, new-laid hen, 1/10; duck, 1/9; pullet, 1/6 dozen; case lots, !en. 1/S. Bacon. sldos, 1/ to *1/1A,; flitches, lid. to 1?; middles, I,3 to 1/4; choulders, 54d. te lOd. Flour, £11 ton; bran and pollard. etch £7 10/ too. Potatoes, Tasmanian Brownclls, £16: Snowflakes. £6. too. Onions, £6 to £6 10/ ton.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
GRAIN AND PRODUCE [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

GRAIN AND PRODUCE W~UEA.T.-Private advi, tu London in dlcate that the market thi . is very weak. NJorthern Manitoba spring .ii,,i. for October November shipment is quoted at the lower prico of 40/3 a quarter. The position locally tonis easier. Shipping merchants' buying prlcci of farmers' lots are based upon i/5 to 4.!5! a bushel, on trdcks maln shipping ports. FiLOUR.-Tho South Australian Millowners' VAssociation price for flour for bakers' lots is £11 t)/ for 2.000 lb., delivered city or snburbs.. BRAN AND 'POLLARD.-Theo association price for botlh products is £8 1/G for 2.000 Tb., in trucks Mile-End. Smaller quantities are quoted at 2/9- a bushel net, delivered city or suburbs. BARLEY.--Buying prices for farmers' lots of primo English malting quality are nomi nally quoted at about 2/9 a bushel, on trucks or afloat Port Adelaide. OATS.-Little business is reported. Meir Chants' buying rates for good feed Algerians are nominally quoted at 3/ a bushel, on trucks .Port Adelaide. CIlAF...

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Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
MONEY, MARKETS, AND MINING WHEAT POOLS Litigation Causes Delay SIR JOHN BICE EXPLAINS [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

WHEAT POOLS litigation Causes Delay -4--6 SIR JOHN BICE EXPLAINS ImmediatclY the Governor's Speecn was read in the Legislative Council today Mr. D. J. Gordon aslked the (Chiet Secre?tary as the Ministcr" con trollirig the wheat scheme, whether he could say how long it would be before the pools were cleared up as indicated in the Governor's Speech? Mr. D-uncan-Two years. Sir John Bice--I fully ex pected Mr. Gordon's question. (Laughter.) Litigation is proceed ing in regard to the B 1915 16 and the 1916-17 pools in which the tPrivy Council is being moved to decide whether a case could be stated again.st South Australia for the local Supreme Court. This litigation is only in its preliminhry stage, so that it will be impossible to wind up the South Aus tralian wheat until the law cases are tinished. The men controlling the schemes are only ones who are able to give information to the Privy Council on behalf of the State. If the pool is disallowed I think the whole matter can be wound up...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

BUSY! BUSY! ALWAYS BUSY! SBIG EXT ORDINARY C CE I il I i Usual Prices, 19/6, 24/9, 25/. CLEA RIN G... . . ., ONLY 4 PAM - Assorted Lot Assorted Lot! ODD LOTS! ODD LOTS! | STOCKTAKING CLEARANCE LOTS CLEARING UP THE ODD LOTS:: :;: All to be offered in One Big Lot at 14/9 ppair. TODAY AND WHILE 'THEY LAST. , . YOUR CHOICE OF *- ] ALL-WOOL TWEED TROUSERS! MIXED TWEED TROUSSERS! LIGHT GREYS! MID GREYS! DARK.GRETYS " BEST COLOR TONES!. - FASHIONABLE STRIPES! ., PLAIN OR GAUNTLET BOTTOMS! '... ;: : STYLISH CUT, SUITABLE1 FOR BUSINESS O?R WOR -,, ING TROUSERS! , V ULL MADE, GOOD FITTING , , LARGE POCKETS! SIZES 4 TO 8. Excellent Quality. Good Solid Wearing Tweej. Our Usual Urices were 19/6, 24/9, and 25/ pair, and good value at that, and on top of which comes the reduction, thus making them Bargains indeed, well worthy of the at tention of all economic shoppers! I ONLY PAIR JSEE OUR;: WINDOYW!. . : : I - ... . . • .5' ,1 E:AC---. I BOYS'S jERSEYS! . STOCKTAKING CLEARYS'NCE PRICES I THESE JE...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
METALS EASIER METAL MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

MWETALS EASIE IMETAL MARKET. According to advices received by the Australian Metal Exchange, the London Metal Exchange (middle) quotations for July 25 are as follow: Copper, standard, spot (tall 5/), £65 13/9. Copper, three months (fall 5/), £66 8/9. Copper, electrolytic (fall 5/), £72 10/. Lead, soft foreign, spot (fall 5/), £24 7/6. Lead, forward (fall 2/6), £24 5/. Spelter, spot (fall 5/)), £30 10/. Spelter, forward (fall 5/), £"0 5/. Tin, standard, spot (fall £1 16,3), £1S5 5/. T'in, three months (fall £1 15/), £186 2/6. Silver, standard, cash (fall 1-16), 2/6 . Silver, forward (fall 1-16), 2/6 9-15. Silver, fine, cash (fall 1-16), 2/9 5-16. Silver, forward (fall 1-16), 2/9.

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

H. W. HODGETT & CO. STOCIK, SHARE, AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, Agents throughtout the Commonwealth, New Zealand, and London. 1 3 Cowra Chambers, GRENFELL-STREET, ADELAIDE. 'Telephone, Central 822. S. C WARD &i CO., r STOCK, SHARE, 'AND INVESTMENT BROKERS, 30 Grenfell street, Adelaide. ON HAND FOR SALE. WHEAT, Seed or Feed, at substantially re *uced prices. BARLEY, at lowest prices touched for some POTATOES.-South-eastern Rledskins and ime. 6nowflakes, ex-store, and ex-sending station. OATS.-Algerian, Feed. PEAS.-Good Field puallty. LUCERNE.-Cholcest Hunter River, for spring sowing. ALMONDS.-Best Marion District sorts. HONEY.-Choice Angaston District. FLOUR, BRAN, POLLARD, CHAFF, at lowest current rates. CHIARLES WHITING, No. 2 Central Mission Buildings, Franklin-street. 'Phone 62753. (2/ per line per insertion). C?CMT Wonderful Bargains in Used Cars are lilted here, and are well Sv.-orth a careful inspection. Car-owners whose fancy turns towards a later'model or a differ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AMATEUR ATHLETICS [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

AMATEUR ATIRETIC?S (By "Sprint.") The Metropolitan's annual meeting was charac terised by great enthusiasm, and it is encourag ing to see that mer.bers of this successful c:ub (10 not intend to let the pre?ent high standard of efficiency fall oil. Reports of both the secr, tary and the treasurer showed that the club ended the year in a sound tinancial position. Officers elected:--PatlrPo, Sir Frank Moulden: president, Mr. C. P. S':rre; secret;-ry, Mr. R. W. Dorling; treasurer. Mr. P. G. Harris; starter, Mr. C. Duncan; referee and timekeeper. Mr.. G. Cotton; running captain;, lMcssr-,. G. Stone an4 ]). H. Hardy; coach (field games). Mr. R. W. rDorling; race secretary, Mr. L. Robson; race itewards, Messrs. Cole, Barber. Campb)ll, Ina Stone; committee, Messrs. Barber, Corvie, Cot ton, Iardy. and McNamara, secretary, and trea-urer; handicappers, Messrs. McNamara and ,Corrie. METROPOLITAN'S 1'IVE MILK WALK. Mr. G. Cotton sent a field of seven away on their five-mile journey, and with G. ...

Publication Title: News
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: SA, Australia
COURSING [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

COURSING Py .essenger." The greatest "lng prize in monet'ry value in histo;- , a won by the liachus. Marsh. bitch Unle t. Geelong last week, and -l,O0 and cup, ere her potion of t?.e .Laa." Lar three-parLa sister, the dazzlingly dbrl liant Vanity Verse, was runner-ui a-d I ceived £:30o. big sums were wagered. Ith .vas possible to back a greyLounfa straigh out to vin, £20,000. Odas as long as 1,U1). to 1 were freely odored sev(ral caneidaics. 1When the stake w-s reduced to four, the generous odds of 10 to 1 were available about Inie, whiie Vanity Verse was 7 to 4 o0. TIhose two bitches made history in tka inal of that richly endowed 128 dogs' stak.. On their beir., released to the hrre the fnavorite appeared to go very lamo and stopped. 1ier opponent did not sight. to a "'o-go" resulted. It was then found that V'uity Verse had become helpless in. her hindlegs, so she was withdrawn and the stake awarded to Unic. The latter is an exceptionally fast brindltd arnd-white bitch, by Achieve...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

BUSY STORE Compare Our Rent With Adelaide Shops. We Undersell The Town! WINCEY BLOUSES K ICE QUALITY PINK, WITH GREY STRIPE, SMARTLY OUr. 6/11 2 ForI NEW-CURTAIN NET ALL OVTER SMIALL DESIGN, IVORY SHADE, VERY NICE, 40-IN. WIDE. 2/6 / For Y.sD. All-Wool Crimean Shirts BANDS OR COLLARS, GRAND QUALrm. 14/9 ]11 For KTTrrED JUMPERS AND pOCIKS OLEARING AT ABjSURID PRIIOES. A. W. THOMAS, Ltd. UNLEY ROAD OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS. IT PATS TO SHOP IN UNLEY. The Recognised House CI IOTOR NOTE ADDRESS- 129, Angas Street. _ FOR RELIABLE BARGAINS IN = SLIGHTLY USED - Cars, Trucks, and Cycles SIF YOU HAVE ONE TO DISPOSE OF SCALL AND SEE US AND TALK _ IT OVER. WE ARE ALIVE TO 0O !BUSINESS. Auction Sales Every = Friday Night at 7.30. PRIVATE SALES DAILY. SWe Will Finance You to Purchase . RING CENTRAL 436~. FOR TRIALS AND DEMON TRATIONS. aUlI lllll~lh'nlnua m llllllllil mI nanmllllll lllllt lllii lllanrm llllmnlll l Cotum ADELAIDE SWEETS DEPOT, LIMITED. S 7 KING WILLIAM STREET, Are producing VERY FINE CIH...

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WRONG CLASS PASSENGERS PAY POLICE COURT FINES [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

WRONG CLASS PASSENGERS PAY POLICE COURT FINES "Although on suburban lines the class of each carriage is displayed in cleven different places, persons with second class tickets found travelling in fir-t class carriages invariably say they do not know they are in a wrong compart mnent," declared Mr. C. A. Steen, coaes tant claims agents forthe South Aus tralian Railways, during the prosecu tion of a number of persons in the Ade inlide Police Court today for breaches of railway bylaws.' Mr. L. H. Haslam, S.M., remarkedi that we had often been confused liyi boards being pl!aced on first-class car riages, thus converting them into second-class compartments. "That practise has not been resortedi to for months now. and is not againl likely to be introduced," replied Mir. Steen. Fines were imposed as follows:-Ar thur O. Poulten. between Adelaide and Bowden with a worthless ticket, £1; Fmrank W. Semmens, between Ade!aide and McTaren Vale in a first-class car riage with a second-class ticket,...

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BASKET BALL Y.M.C.A. ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP LIST. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

BASKET BALL *---+-----.. t.M.C.A. ASSOCIATION. PREMIERSHIP LIST. Goalcs P. P. xV. L. for.agst. P. Mitchamn Boys A .... .7 7- 295 1S2 14 Norwood ? Eaptist ... 7 6 1 249 171 13 St. Luk'i ........ 6 5 1 2 1';5 10 Walkerville Methodist 7 4 2 1: 253 3 Woodville iaoy 7 1 3 20i,0 t'2 Mile-End I'apti?;t .. .. 7 3 4 1:5 38 Y.M.C.A. A ........ 7 " 4 2. ' 238. 0 Mitcham loys B ... 7 1i 16. 201 2 'Y.M.C.4. ... 7. - 7 170 2)4 - City Mission .... .. . 6 ;3 125 - LAST WEEIK'S RESULTS. 2litcha!n Boys' A, -5 goals, beat St. Luke's, 23 gonls. Y.M.C.A. A, 30 goals. bpat Ille-End Up tist, 19 goals. WTlkerville Methodist, 32 goals, beat City Mi~sion. 20 ronls. Norw\ood Baptist, 42 goals, beat Y.M.C.A. B,. 33 goals. S'Cluboys' :B forfcited to Woodvillo Boys' Club. Chief interest centred in the Mitcham Boys' A and St. Luke's match Neither of these tescm had previously lost a match. . T'herO wase a very fair attendanceo at the Mkicham halls, and a good game was witnessed. Bu3L, ciombe. Jefferies, and Samme...

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TENNIS GIRLS To the Editor. [Newspaper Article] — News — 26 July 1923

TENNIS GIRLS To the Editor. Mr. F. H. Browne:-The views of Mrs. W. T. Rowe and Mr. F. C. Brom cley on Londan lawn tennis are absurd. They have missed the point. All Eng lish photographs are not exhibited: in Adelaide. According to them anyone would think Adelaide's women tennis players were of a world's pattern, but they are decidedly the reverse. The london critics possibly know as little about us as our people seem to know of them. I am. a Queenslander, who, having travelled a good deal, cs?n safely say Adelaide women tennis plary ers are too modest. It is painful watch ing their tennis--they cannot even move their arms freely. I consider our Ade laide young women's standard of ten nis is very low, and they need several good coaches. The average woman's ability on a tennis court. is gone be yond hope at 30. Adelaide tennis critics armchair and otherwise, would do well to leave -England and the Continent alone.

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