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V.A.T.C. STEEPLE MEETING By PILOT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
V.A.T.C. STEEPLE MEETING By PILOT. ARKARINGA HURDLE : BECASSINE ? 1 Lord Dudley ? 2 Sir Prim ? 3 CHAT5WORTH PLATE : PARKDALE ? '. .. .. 1 Tiflis ? 2 Trip It ? 3 AUSTRALIAN STEEPLECHASE : GLENQUINM ? 1 Wcstaway ? 2 Rendrock ? .- ? 3 MALAKOFF STAKES : WEDGE ? 1 Pretty Bobby ? 2 Bridges ? 3 KNOWSLEY STEEPLECHASE : HOME RULE ? 1 Bideee Bee ? 2 Moonbarra ? 3 ST. AUBIN WELTER BURRINJUCK ? 1 Lord Cavendish ? 2 Golden Rock ? 3
AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB MEETING ENCOURAGE HANDICAP—1 mile. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
AUSTRALIAN TROTTING CLUB MEETING ErTCOUSAOE HANDICAP— 1 ™iu Gay Laddie, scratch Crystal Clare, 15rds bbd. Island's Lady, scratch Derby Ribbons, liyda bhd. Bankstown Lad, scratch Alamonte 15yds bhd. J.A.B., scratch My Fancy, 25yds bhd. Leather Boy. scratch Woodnat, 25yds bhd. Blue Ribbon, scratch Bravo, 2Syds hhd. Lady Alpha, scratch Great Bntain, 25ydj bhd. Bella Dawson, scratch My Old King, 60yds bhd. Vi Prince, scratch Lord Denrcr. 60yds bhd. Silver P-c, liyds bhd. IKHOPPLED HAKDICAP— 1, mil. HyaH King, scratch Tommy Pride, 40yds bhJ. Lord Elmo, scratch Monte, 45yds hhd. Monitaur, lOjda bhd. Jack Why. 45ydj bhd. Birchwcod Maid, 10yds hhd. Winn All, 60yds bhd. Kye, 10yds bhd. Country Girl, 50yds bbd. Jewell's I'ltchen, 20yds bhd. Marvin Willie, 66ydi bhd. Trimmer, 30yds bhd. Society Girl, SOydj bhd. Mahomet. 35yda bhd. Clara Iluon, lOOydi bhd. Master Uarold, 35yds bhd. Bock Boy. lajyda bbd. Medlow Mist, 3Syd3 bhd. FLTCKl MILE. ?Wlnn Alto, scratch Roma, l£rds bhd. Gay Bob, scratch H...
BASEBALL ASSOCIATION DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
BASEBALL ? sy ASSOCIATION DOINGS. The second round of games concludes to-day, when the position of the leaders will be as railed by the spoilers. The compulsory training ol the Citizen Forces in making it extremely difficult for all the tcamr. to maintain their strength, and some of the remaining games will be robbed of a certain amount ui interest. The University firui nine treated St. Peter's rather unkindly, inasmuch as only two of their regular players put in ail appearance. Burwood and Gordon are to be complimented on their tenacity, in spite of adverse condi tions. The 'Burrs.' liavc a rcritty one in Billy Sneesby, whose in-shoot is a good one. Un fortunately, his oflcrincs are not accurate. Gordon Sayle last Saturday caught a glimpse of a Chicago, but a few of his comrades did not give him the needed support. Mr. G. A. Lsmb, assistant-secretary of the Si. George Association, writes me to the effect that much enthusiasm has marked the season's operations, notwithstanding the a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
CANTERBURY PARK RACES TO-DAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. FIRST RACE, 1.55 P.M. W. L. DAVIS, Sec. , ON VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE TO-DAY BENEFIT FOR NARRABRI HOSPITAL FIRST RACE, 2.15. SPECIAL TRAMS DIRECT TO RACECOURSE GATBS. H. COBCROFT, Secretary ROSEBERY RACES ? ON ? VICTORIA PARK RACECOURSE NEXT WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1916 1.30 P.M.-FIRST RACE-1.30 P.M. SPECIAL TBAKB DIBECT TO RACECOUKSE GATES J. uroERHTLh Eeentuy. ROSEBERY RACES VICTORIA PARK RACING CLUB WEDNESDAY, AUG. 23, 1916 MAIDEN' HANDICAP, 100 won. 5 fnrlonjM. . ESCODBACE STAKES, 100 ton. C laiioaffL. U.1 HANDICAP, 100 sovs, 5 furlong*. ' I H.2 HANDICAP. 100 Bon. 4 lurlonCJ. KXTJUES CU-SE THtmSDAT I.-EXT, AT 5 P.M. FOR nmrnF.ii PAEXICUIABS SEE wnniuMW. SO and H Imperial Arcade, H. COBCKOFT, ?Phone, 554 City. Becretiry.
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY CANTERBURY PARK RACES BY PILOT HURDLE RACE: [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
ARROW TIPS FOR TO-DAY CANTERBURY PARK RACES BY PILOT ? ' HURDLE RACE: INVEKAKA ? 1 Sweet Step ? ' 2 Trentbar ? 3 FLYING HANDICAP: AKTL ? # 1 Spangle ? 2 St. Rosaline ? 3 PARK STAKES : TONY ? 1 Short Circuit ? 2 Thrace ? '.. 3 CANTERBURY HANDICAP : ALBUNA or VOLT ILARIO .... 1 Lady Minnie ? 2 Flightiness ? 3 THREE- YEAR-OLD HANDICAP : DE LYSSA ? 1 Kimiah ? .... 2 War Tax ? [[ 3 WELTER MILE: OMAHA ? 1 Biackacre ? 2 Grail ? ' ? ....'.'. 3 BY SCOUT HURDLE RACE : INVERARA ? 1 Zarabine ? 2 Sweet Step ? 3 FLYING HANDICAP : ' ST. ROSALINE ? .' ? 1 Lord Malt ? 2 Viburnum ? 3 PARK STAKES: VOLT ILARIO ? 1 Djim ? 2 Short Circuit ? 3 CANTERBURY HANDICAP : ALBUNA ? 1 Lady Minnie ? 2 W.L.S ? 3 THREE-YEAR-OLD HANDICAP : QUEEN CLARIT ? 1 King Ibex ? 2 Migandra ? 3 WELTER MILE: LA BALFOUR ? 1... .. 1 Omaha ? 2 Tarpan ?? .. . . ? 3
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME CANTERBURY PARK RACES SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. HURDLE RACE (To start at 1.53 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
TO-DAY'S TURF PROGRAMME CANTERBURY PARK RACES SATURDAY, AUGUST 12. 1 HURDLE RACB '- (To itut it 1.55 p.m.) * fcmdleap of 100 sots; second hone 3) ton tud thirty hone 5 son. from the prta. The winner of taj hurdle race or steeplechase after the declaration « the weights to carry 101b extra. About 2 mile*. ?t lb Jt. J. H. Tnoowcth'a br g SRIARBEEUY, aged.. IS 11 *™rs. W. Ashley ind A. J. Matthew1! b g Ei TKEABA, aged ? „ .. It 4 Mr. a Wynne's gt g ZARABINE. aged .. _ „ 10 5 Mr. T. Donooue'a br g JAOOLEES. sffed .. „ _ 10 2 Mr. W. J. Rlckett's b g SWEET STEP, Syn ? 10 0 Mr. M. J. Hync's b g TRENTHAK, aged .. ? 9 11 Mr. & 0. B. Lunb'i ch g OUVNDULLA. aged ? 0 0 Mr. O. tluriott'l b g GO ALONE, tgtd .. .. _ 0 0 Mr. B. t Front-, b g PiUNCB WAEBOO, «yrs „ » 0 ? n.-.lll! I FLYING HANDICAP J. CTb sUrt shoot S SO pw], tt }00 ton. : second hone a- ion. ud third hone 5 ton from the prize. The winner of an/ handicap fiat race after the declaration of the weight! to carry 71b extra; or two...
WALLSEND J.C. RACES SATURDAY. AUGUST 12. CHARITY HANDICAP—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
WALLSEND J.C RACES SATURDAY. AUGUST 11 dHAKETT Handicap— « fariooca. «t lb at lb Pxsaera „ ? 10 10 Unlstra _ _ „ _ 7 13 Lord Kacar ? .. 10 4 ZlsU ......„„ 7 9 Roahna ? _ B t Kenills ? -.7 0 Ayr Girl.. _ .. _ 9 0 Duke Chester.. _ — 7 5 Cathedral ? 0 0 Lirinite .. _ _ _ 7 « Bob Bunsow.. _ _ BIO Vartoe* — _ _ _ 7 S Joy Gtm .. ? 8 8 Fam .... ? 6 7 Chiel Boy _ .... 8 2 King Aymer.. _\ „ t 7 D.H.P. ........ 8 2 Kneelah ....__ 8 7 Good&eld.. „ .. _ 8 5 Eingo Lad _ „ „ 8 7 Odd Gon _ .. ? 7 13 BoyanL. ? 8 7 Tony Blue ? _ 7 13 BOOKMAKERS' PUESE— 7 furion^a. Cathedral.. ? 11 J Mundoolay _ „ _ 7 7 Mount All- ? 8 12 Alright _ .. „ _ 7 7 Person Cat _ _ _ 8 12 Vickery.. _ _ _ _ 7 7 Tony Blue.. .. _ .. 8 12 Lord Oirit — — — 7 7 King Hampton „ _ 8 12 Melt .... — — — 7 7 Dickman ....__ 8 8 Pine Park.. „ — _ 7 7 Wongabindi ..-.— 80 Cloy ...._„_ 7 7 Maid of Argyle— _ 8 4 Jean Mostyn.. _ _ 7 7 Tarilla .. „ .. ? 7 1J Lady Peeolo ? 7 7 Gold Finn. ? _ 7 12 Molly CGrady _ _ 7 7 Grand Vixler .. ? 7 1...
NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
NATIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUE. The protest by Petersham against Leich hardt went another stage on Wednesday night, when the board of directors sat for over two hours hearing evidence. The meeting ad journed until Monday night, when the board will give its decision, which will be final. The best game for to-day will be between the two teams mentioned above, and Peter sham are out to show that they can win with out protesting. They will have their best team on the diamond, Campbell being able to re sume after being out of the game for some weeks with broken Sneers. In the last came Leichhardt were short handed, anrd it is to be hoped that every pre caution will be taken to avoid the unpleasant business that happened upon that occasion, and which has since caused so much -heart burning. Owing to compulsory training they were short of four of their regular players last week against St- George, but their places were ably filled by second graders, who acquitted them selves very ably. On form W...
BOWLS GOSSIP By W. F. CORBETT. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
BOWLS GOSSIP By W. F. CORBETT. The pen versus the mace. A two-rink match between the Press and Parliament will take place next Monday week, August 21, on the House green. Two rinks from the Australian Gaslight Co. played a social match against the Parramatta Club on Bank Holiday. Result : — P. G. Summons, Sherlock, Love, Megarrey « M H M 21 — Hantco, Simpson, Walshe, Foskett ........ — a WalL Paton. Waugh, Clark ? „ 23 — Mdvor. Finlayson, C. Evans, Gibbons .. n H n — 14 Totals _?«__... .. um.. ?*_»? 4335 Lowlands (Newcastle) Club has a strong grip on the Mosman Social Shield, after the performance its representatives put op on Wednesday afternoon last. The previous best margins were Victoria Park, 19, and Ashficld, 17. With only a few matches more to be decided. Lowlands stands well out through a win by 30 points. What a facer ! It looks a good deal to nothing that those figures may not be beaten. Details of the match follow: H. L. Buchanan, Ickeraon. Nelson, Simpson .. .. ,. 14 — l...
LAWN TENNIS LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
LAWN TENNIS LADIES. The StrathCcld Ladies' Club, by defeating Killara A at singles on Tuesday at the Double Bay courts, retain the season's premiership. The members of the winning team have already figured in Interstate tennis. The Strathfield re presentatives were : Mrs. Barry and Misses Lance and D. and N. Lloyd. The runners-up were : Mrs. Doyle, Mrs. Allen, Misses G. Lloyd and Smith. The New South Wales Cricket Association intends giving special attention to the school boys during the coming Summer.
"GO UP TO THE NET." [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
?'GO UP TO THE NET.' I. am privileged this week to be able to give the views of two well-known English lady players on the way girls can set about the task of improving their tennis. I am indebted to the Athletic News for these notes, which I am ? sure will be interesting to girls playing the game in these parts. Miss A. M. Morton ap peared in the final of the Ladies' All Comers' Singles (at Wimbledon) in '07. 'OS, and '09, .unn Hi.. Mivert Doubles (with Rooer Barrett) in that last year, and the Ladies' Doubles championship in 1914. representing England in the Olympic contest in 1908. and holds the dis tinction of being the only lady player to take a set from Mrs. Lambert Chambers in that great player's great year in 1910. Miss Mor ton writes : — 'I should strongly recommend any girl in her 'teens to go up to the net with unvarying persistency. She would then from the start be accustomed to volleying and sighting the ball from closer in, and it should became natural to her to assume...
"NO THOUGHT OF FANCY STROKES." [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
'MD Tiinrir.HT OF FANCY STROKF.S.' Miss 12. D. Holman, who won the CovereJ Court.-, Singles Championship, t.ie Middle^-: Championship, and the Berkshire Champion ship, as well as reaching the scmi-lmal a. Wimbledon in 1918. and toth the Singles and Doubles Championship indoors in 1914 never volleyed at all bclore she played (or Middle- , L-e;: She was then placed^ to play wit'.i . a back-liner, and being determined to do wha: | the could at the next improved her game a | .»...- » j.qi Rim writes:— ! (,111.1 U.B.I — ?- — ? . . , j, ? 'I certainly advocate volleying :n ladic-i 1 doubles, but in a tingle the .-.irr. should be to pay no thought to fancy strokes, but to en- ; deavor to return every ball somehow and with : a' easy to follow-through as possible. Evety ] ball should be seni Uck with as good a length as the player can command, and so cradtuilly work up for an opening to scoic orf ones opponents weakest spot. Length is everything, and a well-placed return of the service is a ...
RIFLE ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
RIFLE ODDS AND ENDS. The championship of the Post and Telegraph Club has been won by M. P. Madigan with an aggregate of 500, others well placed being J. A. McGarry 490, A. Burg 475, and J. Palmer 461. Madigan has done exceptionally good work dur ing the past season, for besides top-scoring for his club in the Grade shoots he won three out of the for 'off rifle' quarterlies. At the clubs annual meeting Messrs. J. A. McGarry (cap tain), A. Burg (hon. secretary) and M. P. Madi Ean (hon. treasurer) were all re-elected. On Saturday in Melbourne both No. 19 Union and 21 Union fired their monthly matches— the first-named at Port Melbourne range, and the ether at Williamstown. ihc conditions of No. 19 Union's shoot were 10 shots at 300yds. In the scratch class C. H. Talmage (Northcote) and C. H. Candy (Prah ran) each put on 40 out of 50, wmlst in the handicap first prize was taken by J. G. McRobb (Hawthorn) with 48 (3) . 50-his was the best of numerous 50's. At Wilhamstown the conditions we...
TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
fftMNI/ & ft/TAUBU/ 3 In The Referee this week Austral has a most interesting chat with Mrs. Norman Brookes, who has just !=ft for the Old Country, via America to join her husband, who is Red Cro33 Commissioner in France. The loyalty of Mrs. B.-uokes to her husband is very fine, for she leaves a famiiy of little ones in Melbourne to go to a foreign laod, a Ian;! of war and blood, | lo be near him and minister to his wants, ( feeling, as she does, that his health calls for her carr. If you have not read this inter- | view you should rr.ake a point of doing so. The tournament at the Appian Way courts, | Burwood, on September 23. Zz, and October 8, should serve to augment the Y.M.C.A. Field Service Fund. There arc four handicaps to be decided — Men's bingles. Men's Doubles, Mixed Doubles, and Ladies' Doubles. The ] club handicappers. Messrs. J. u. Hunt and K. 1 O. Anderson, will act in conjunction with the I official handicappers for the Association, ! Messrs. Lobban. For. and ...
BIG ENDURANCE TEST HOW ON [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
BIG ENDURANCE TiiST HOW OH. i The bii « hours reliability trial uf the Vic- : toriar. Motor Cyc',? Ciub ir. now in pronrcsr.. It : started Hi.: evenin;: at 9, and will finisli at the ; same hour this evmins- For suc'.i a strcr-.tious affair :hc trial !-=r. attracted a wonderfully good entry, for -hese ilays. ns 35 riders have ' announced lhe:r intention of participating. The '. greater number arc r.id^-.arists. There arc IS iide-car combination- cr/.-cd in the over 600 c e section .-.no IT snlo ridc:r-. In the under 600 c.c class there will be tl-.rcc solo rimpttitori Bnd four s:de-c.i.-j. The contest is arousinB n lot of intercut.
MOTOR CYCLING THE SPEED MANIA - WHERE WILL IT END ? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
MOTOR CYCLING THE SPEED MANIA -WHERE WILL IT END ? By DEDE CARROLL. The fact that Jack Booth averaged 953 miles an hour recently in covering a mile in 37 3-5scu makes one wonder how thin craze fcr spece! will end. Booth wzi deprived oi the record on a tcchriicalitv. but he will either repeat the performance or jet dangerously close to it. and may even iinprovc upon it. As H. W. Parson:, and Bob Finlay arc kc-n riv?.':s, on opposition machines, the trio between them «rc li..cly to put -.:n some aststindip? performances, and there is likely to It a 1-.-.-I accident. On :? couple of occasions Booth ias let', the road for 40ft or so. anO the wonderful control these crack riders have over their machine-: is v:ry evident when they can uo this and ovoid a (all. Record breaking i.» quite the t'lin; on highly banket board tricks, such .15 the;1 have in America, but when it comes to avcrr.zinr. jur.t on 96 to the hour for a mile burst o:: the road, there is grca'. dancer. Booth. Pnrso.i:.. an...
GENERAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
GENERAL NOTES. George Wilson, the popurar Sydney Clubite, ' has not been very, long in camp, but he is the proud possessor of three stripes. He is likely tc go still higher, too. A note to hand from Somewhere in France , from H. Howard Harding, a brother of Allan 1 of that ilk, conveys the news that 'I am quite well.' Matters motor-cycling are extremely quiet. Is it on account of the price of 'juice' ? Harry Jenkins, one of the best, and one of the most popular riders in Australia, has en listed.
KILLED IN FRANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
KILLED IN FRANCE. The Sydney Club has to write kiiieo oypu lite another name on its fine roll -of honor al the room'.. Major V. Sampson, a popular mem ler and a keen follower 61 the sport, .ha! given his life ior the Empire in France in the terrific fighting the Australians have been :ti at Poiieres. There was no keener follower of the sport than the deceased rider, whose cheery presence will be sadly missed from Syd ney motor-cycling circles. He was a good com letition rider, and went through the second 24 hours' trial held by the Sydney Club. riis brother. Mr. Barton Sampson, was one of the loundcrs and the first president of the Graf tor. Club. Peace to his ashes.
SIDE-CAR TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 12 August 1916
SIDE-CAR TRIAL. Next Saturday the reliability trial (or sine- 1 cjrs. promoted by the M.C.C. of N.S.W. for ,t:. members will be Meld. What concerns members of the old club most at this juncture is that entries must be left at the club rooms by ill's evening. As this is the first competition the club ; has promoted for over a year, the committee ? hope for a iairly decent entry, particularly as there are a good many tide-carists in the : club ranks. ;