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EX-UNION STAR FOR BIG LEAGUE Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

EX-UNION STAR FOR BIG LEAGUE Staff Correspondent LONDON, Saturday. Former Manly Rugby Union international Rex Mossop will play his first Rugby League inter- national game to-morrow. He replaces Harry Bath in "Other Nationalities' " second row against France at Bordeaux. Australian centre Pat Dev- ery has withdrawn through injury, and is replaced by New Zealander Bill Lynch. Tony Paskins remains Brian Bevan's partner on the left flank. Injuries in early season matches upset the French selection. The French team is: Puig Aubert; Contrastin, Andre Carrere, Teisseire, Voron; Merquey, Crespo, Guilhem, Ponsinet, Bernard, J. Car- rere, Auduoubert, Rinaldi. With Benausse injured, Merquey is taking the five eighth position, while light- weight Roger Guilhem, who often plays half-back, is at lock. The Frenchmen obviously are gambling on the speed of their backs rather than forward power. England's Charlie Apple- ton will referee. anqocet-Svosdnot sepd(

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Country Dog Results Bathurst [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

* Country Doa: Results 4TH BATHURST. - BALD PATCH 0&>U. 1; SäUy . M ¡reek» (5-1), 2;4Pr¿lty Eyes (6^1), 3. Vi .len:, 6 ¡en. Time 31.8s. Scr.: -Sparkling Spray. BATHURST . : ÜfAIDEN. - SPARKLE SHOT <6-4), 1; Silgrcy (8-1), 2¡ Scmoa- (6-4), 3. 2 len., 2 '.len. Time 32.1s. Scr.: Silver -.Pageant. KELSO MAIDEN. - PACEÑA (5-4 on), li Brave Force (3-1). 2; Dainty Sign (6-1), 3. 6 len., Vi len. Time 18.4s.?; Ser.T Woonona Belie, Jan's Wish.* 1ST MACQUARIE. - SHADY BEAU (6-4 on). 1; Thc Telegram (2-1 against) 2; HOME MAID (8-1), 3. Heidi'Mci len. Time 23.9s. Scr.: Blue Bug. 2ND NOVICE FLYING. DREAMY SAL (5-4), li Night Shot (7fl), 2; Rose Too (4-1), 3. len.', 1 len.- Time 18.1. : 4TH MACQUARIE.-CORONA- TION GUARD (5-4 on), I; Super Tam (4-1 against). 2; Green and Yellow (3-1), 3. 3 len., 3 len. Time 24.4s. Scr.: Mighty Jerry. - 3RD NOVICE . FLYING. GRANUMA (5r4), 1: Late Bird (6-4), 2; Old Sbillelah (3-1), 3. ./ -jen., 2 len. Tinie 18.4s. ~4TH NOVICE FLYING. CHATUR...

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FEATURES America's Triple-Personality Patient The THIRD WOMAN By A Staff Correspondent In New York [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

rf5S11!SEÍ Amer ¡ca's Triptc-Personaiity Patient The THIRD By A Staff Correspondent In New York DOCTORS NOW hope to solve the aston- ishing "threc-per sonalities" problem of an American woman patient-but they are not sure yet who will emerge from the treatment-a saint, a sinner, or "sensible Jane." They have hopes ¡1 will be Jane. THIS is thc second of two articles about fhe case. Before writing them a "Sun-Herald" corres- pondent in New York visited a city in Georgia and was shown the full case history, including colour movie records of thc "three women." The case in the United States of "three women in a single body" is so extremely rare a phenomenon in medi- cal science that it is attract- ing world-wide mention to the sun-baked city of Aug- usta. Georgia, in the midst of Dixie's cotton and tobacco plantations. The fantastic but real-life story opened after a nor- mal looking suburban house- wife and mother walked into thc office of a psychia- trist in Augusta more than two years...

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FEATURES The New Cars From Britain Will Be. CHEAPER, FASTER By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN LONDON [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

^^^^^^^J The Nenv Cars From Mr lt ni MI Will lie. . By A STAFF CORRESPONDENT IN LONDON Ford claim the new Anglia will travel 50 miles to the gallon at cruising speeds. NEW cheap "baby" cars, nov 100 miles-an-hour sports cars, and lower prices over a wide range of vehicles arc features of thc London Motor Shove, which opens next Wednesday. Thc show, held at Earl' Court, is the shop win dow of the British ca industry. This year's exhibition wil mark thc beginning of ai all-out British bid to recap turc or enlarge her oversea markets. In the 30 new or rede signed British cars to be ex hibiled, the design trend i: toward more economical faster and more comfortable motoring. Altogther, 300. British American and Continental models will be on show. On exhibition in London for the first time also will be British-made diesel en- gines for cars and "puncture proof" tubeless tyres. Designers have spent the past year squeezing extra miles per gallon out of their car engines. In the past fortnig...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPATION On the Corner of Lavender and Arthur Sts., North Sydney. 12 MODERN HOME UNITS - 8 GARAGES. ONLY 5 UNITS and 2 GARAGES REMAIN. Beautiful Harbour Views, opposite Park. Aceom. each: Large loungeroom-diningroom (gas fire), 2 bedrooms, bathroom, shower recess, model dream kitchen with wastemaster, most have balconies. H.W.S. Prices range from £4,500 Terms: Hall cash - balance over long period. OPEN FOR INSPECTION TO-DAY, 2.30-4.30 P.M. L. J. HOOKES! LIMITED ESTATE AGENTS, AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS HEAD OFFICE: CROW'S NEST: ?8 PITT ST., SYDNEY. 411 PACIFIC HIGHWAY. TELEPHONE BW840I TELEPHONE XA20II (After Hours, XB7466.) JACK DAVEY says... "HERE'S THE ART UNION PRIZE OF THE YEAR' and Hunter de Luxe four Berth Caravan Give-lt-a-go!" TICKETS ONLY "THE ëlÛÔSE THAT JÄ03C BUILT" ÄHT OM No. 3 Proceeds, 40 pc T.B. Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen's Asso- ciation, 30 pc N.S.W. Insti- tution for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind Child- ren and 30 pc to The House that Jack Built (Scho...

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THE WORLD'S GREATEST SPY ADVENTURE—Episode II THE EDDIE CHAPMAN STORY as fold to FRANK OWEN by EDDIE CHAPMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

THE WORLD'S GREATEST SPY ADVENTURE-Episode II . . . as fold to FRANK OWEN by EDDIE CHAPMAN. ACCOMPLISHED safebreaker Eddie Chapman-on the run from the British police-is arrested and imprisoned for an offence on Jersey. When he is released in J 94J the island is in the hands of the Germans. Chapman volunteers to spy for them-with the idea of betraying them to thc British and so earning pardon for his crimes. In time the Germans accept Chapman's offer, and he is posted for training as a spy to a German unit-Dienststelle A .ST.-billeted at a chateau in Nantes, France. The Germans plan to parachute Chapman into England to sabotage the de Havilland aircraft works near Hatfield. But when the English- man leaves Nantes with his unit at last, his immediate job is to help his captors take control of unoccupied France. mmmmmssssmmmsmmm AS we sped away fron thc Chateau our ca was packed with food am arms. We had tw< machine-gun pistols, ¡ string of hand-grenades and plenty of ammuni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

?---'-----j fEnglish I S stir si Glasses i 0'6 Half-doz. j /WJ/ /i/<?(7i X>/(7,M /or yowr parties. With \ unchippable edge and neat gold line, holds I 5oz. Packed in attractive gift box. * ? ? I SSmglish Wisse Glasses ; Half-doz. With coloured base, very attractive wine glass gold lines. In 4 different 50 OISLY! Below Cost! Sports Coats- - Oddments in discontinued lines. Practically all sizes. All Below Cost to clear at the one price! 1,200 Men's Ties 3for. Macclesfield Pure Silk Ties selling at a third of the usual price! In a large assortment of colours and designs. 6/11 each or 3 for 20/-. Brit. Headclofh Sports Shirts - - - -13'11 Short sleeves and two pockets. Made in colours of Blue, Grey, Fawn White, Lemon or Green. SPECIAL OFFER TO HOME DRESSMAKERS! Dress Shields-all perfect, only 26.... Including Double Nainsook, and Double Crepe with rubber plates for full garment protection. Assorted sizes from 2-4. The full range is drastically reduced. 27" Eng. White Coif....

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BOXER BRINGS HIS MASCOT Gault Approves Fight Contract [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

VE: Pappy Gault and ;ky bucket. RIGHT: Carruthers. LEFT: . Cline and Gault being ? swed for the air at Syd ingsford Smith) airport. Ff ghi C&mircBct Fast-talking Chris Cline, manager of world ban- tamweight title contender Henry "Pappy" Gault, demanded to see the fight contract almost immediately on their arrival in Sydney yesterday. The contract had been criticised by English Boxing Board officials and by Tom Gil- mour, manager of earlier contender Peter Keenan. Officials of the Federa- tion ' of Police. Citizens' Boys? Clubs went by 'car to get the contract jfrorri the federation's safe anti brought it to Cline.' Carruthers will defend his title against Gault at the Sports Ground on Nov- ember 13. Almost the first state- ' ment made by Cline when he reached his Newtown hotel was, "I'd like to see ' that contract." Then .Cline and two fed- eration officials, Sgt. Tom linson and Mr. F: Washing- ton, went over the'contract together: Cline said: "As far as I can see the contra...

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The sons of CYRUS TRASH [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

COMPLETE NEW NOVELETTE BY A BRILLIANT AUTHOR The sons of RUS TRASH Passion and hate flame in this story from "East of Eden"-new novel by JOHN STEINBECK CYRUS TRASK wai something of a devil He drove a two-wheelec cart too fast and causee falk with his women. He married in 1862 and wa: mustered into a Connecti- cut regiment in 1863 foi lack of nine hundred dol- lars to buy a substitute. He was a wild, thoughtlcs« devil, and everyone knew it. His new wife ran the stony farm and bore a son six months after Cyrus's departure, and she still had time to embrace a home- made theosophy. She felt that her husband would surely be killed by the rebels, and she prepared herself to get in touch with him in what she called "The Beyond." Cyrus enjoyed his military career, what there was of it. Being wild by nature, he liked his brief period of training and the drinking and gambling and women that went wjth it. Then he marched south with a group of replace- ments, and he enjoyed that too-seeing the ...

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Par 288 Best Field By Three Strokes Pickworth Wins Ampol Tournamen For Six Time [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

. Par 288 Beats Field By Three Strokes Pickworth Wins Ampol Tournamen By LES RYAN Ossie Pickworth yesterday won his sixth Ampol tournament with a par score of 288 for the 72 holes. Be beat 21-year-old Len Woodward by three strokes, with a further three to Peter Thompson and Bill Holder, who tied for third place. - OSSIE PICKWORTH, who won his sixth Ampol tournament yesterday, follows the .flight of an approach shot at The Lakes, ; during yesterday's final round. Pickworth had a 71, which gave him par figures of 288 for the 72 holes. Pickworth earned £600 of the prize money of £2,500. ' Norman von Nida was unable to lift his game for the .final round and the best he. could do was a 76^-four over par. His aggregate score was 297. Pymble professional, Kel Nagle, improved his posi- tion on the prize list with a two under par round of 70, the best of the day. American woman profes- sional, Peggy Kirk, with a round of 76, broke the coursé record for a woman playing oft the championship .t...

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CAULFIELD RACES DAY FINE — TRACK GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

DA Y FINE - TRACK GOOD.: ist Gwyn Nursery, 5f (Two-year-old c. and g.) DICAST, W. Pyle and J. Trihey's br c, Faircourt Maniscus, 8-5 CN. Allen) . 1 CLEAR SPRINGS, A. R. Cres- wick's ch . c Empyrean Spring Time,-8-12 CW. Wil . Harrison). 2 MELARKO, L. Cribble's ch c Neapolitan-Mellow . Light, 8-5 O. Gilmore) . 3 Then followed: Irish Airs, 8-5 CR. Eather), 4: Bold Baron, 8-5 (D. Coleman), 5; Great Saxon, 8-5 (W. A. Smith); 6; Alpacca. 8-5 CW. Camer), 7; Fils d'Or, 8-5 CN. Sellwood), 8; Sastbcad, 8-5 CR. Hut- chinson), 9; Mr. Nebris, 8-5 CD. Paterson), 10; Mainline, 8-5 CE. Clarke), ll; Aga Blue. 8-5 (N. Powell), 12; Brave Echo, 8-5 CR. Williams), 13; November Star, 8-5 O. Purtell), 14. -Winner trained by R. P. Trihey. Scratched: Turban Bey. BETTING: 4 on Clear Springs, 5 v DICAST, 15 Bold Baron, 25 November Star. Irish Airs, 50 -Aga Blue, 66 F1U D'Or, 100 Melarko, Sasthead, Mr. Nebris, Great Saxon, Mainline, Alpacca, 200 Brave Echo. Div«, (for .5/): .Win, £1/10/; place, 61. 5/6. £3/8/...

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Books And Writers THE POSTMAN RINGS AGAIN FEATURES A review from our New York office, of "Galatea," by James M. Cain, just published in America by Alfred Knopf. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

. B&oks Anti Wriieä's - \pHE POSTMAN MINGS AGAIN \ A review from our New York office, of "Galatea," by James M. Cain, just published in America by Alfred Knopf. JAMES M. CAIN has written another novel. This is news in itself, for it marks the end of five lost years for an acknowledged master of the macabre, one of the world's outstanding practitioners in the art of sending shivers up the human spine. Cain sprang into world prominence in 1934 with his very first novel, "The Postman Always Rings Twice." It was an instant hit. Within three months it was selling all over the world, and Hollywood was scrambling for the film rights, It made him rich, and it was the forerunner of many others. In the next 14 years came hits like "Double Indem- nity," "Serenade," "Two Can Sing." "Past All Dishonour," "Three of a Kind"-15 novels in all, three plays, an uncounted number of short stories. Now conies "Galatea." lt is in Ihe true Cain tradition. The Mark Of Cain "The Postman Always Rings ...

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WHEN THE ORACLE SPOKE IN TIBET [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

WHEN THE ORACLE SPOKE IN TIBET A young Austrian mountaineer who settled in Lhasa and was tutor to the Dalai Lama, has written a book on the clash of the Communists with the Tibetans. It is being hailed in England as the greatest adventure story since "Kon-Tiki." IN the collision ol the * Communist ideology with the more settled and traditional forms of society disorder has been inevitable, but no manifest-lions of this disorder have be;n so weird and bizarre as those that marked thc Red conquest of Tibet at the end of 1950. The impact between th< world's most ruthless forn of materialism and thi [world's most curious sur I vival of a magic-ridden anc almost metaphysical forrr I of feudal society containec I all the ingredients of thc strangest of stories. In the three years since 'then many writers have at- tempted, with the fragments of fact and rumour and con- jecture filtering through thc high Himalayas, to piece to- gether some rough draft ol the tale. But it is only ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

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THE TRIALS OF AUTHORSHIP FEATURES Leon Gellert Writes About. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

THE TRIALS OF AUTHORSHIP ---1 Leon Geliert Writes About... | THERE has been something very very fishy 1 going on of late. I cannot quite lay my finger on it. But whatever it is, it is very very fishy. EOR instance, last Saturday week was B Day. That is to say a new book of mine called "Week After Week"-consisting of a selection of these chronicles which have been appearing in "The Sunday Herald"-was having its debut in the bookshops of Sydney. Ouite naturally 1 expected a considerable amount of raplurou uproar in the streets and market-places, with perhaps a measure of rioting among the rabble of over-eager purchasers. I deliberately remained at home all day because of a rooted objection to being mobbed by fans. But, on several occasions during the morning 1 stole to the front gate and cocked an ear in the direction of the city There was no sound save a faint rumbling of traill* on the Harbour Bridge. Sc ominous was the silence I became convinced that thc edition had sold out instan...

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H. G. Wells's Martians Reach Hollywood FEATURES From A Staff Correspondent in New York [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

H. G. Wells's Martians Reach Hollywood From A Staff Correspondent in New York THE THEME of H. G. Well's 55-year-old novel, "The War of llie Worlds"-an invasion of the planet Earth by creatures from Mars-seems to hold a peculiar horror for great numbers of people. ON October 30, 193. Orson Welles sui ceeded in frightening tr wits out of thousands c Americans, by broadcas ing a radio version of th novel. Terrified people rushe from factories and homes i New York and New Jersej honestly believing that th Martians had landed. A new Paramount film also based on the novel, ha caught some of the sam spine-chilling atmosphere. The film lacks the impac of the broadcast-probabl; because there has since beet a flood of fiction on theme: similar to Wells's. But it! "special effects" and trie! photography are so remark- able that it achieves Í macabre distinction of Hs own-especially when used with the "wide screen" and "stereophonic sound,", which are Hollywood's latest aids to realism. Readers...

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FEATURES They Sar He Wasted 38,500,000 Dollars! TROUBLE FOR THE 'WONDER BOY' HOWARD HUGHES By A Staff Correspondent, in New York. [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

Essa Tlicy Sar He Wasted 38,500,000 Dollars! TROUBLE TOM THE 'WON&EM BOY9 HOWARD HUGHES By A Staff Correspondent, in New York. In llie face of sensational charges in the New York Supreme Court last week, America's most unpredictable millionaire, Howard Hughes, was in danger of losing his lifelong reputation as a 'wonder boy' at almost everything. IN a high-pressure career that began when he was 18 the 47-year-old Hughes has whirled through a dozen different industries-with a Midas touch for each. He is worth 300,000,000 dollars. But two shareholders in Pictures Corporation, which Hughes controls through a nine million-dollar invest- ment, shook the usually im- perturbable millionaire with an accusation of arrant bungling. In a suit before Supreme Court Justice Samuel Di Falco, in which they asked him to pass Pictures Corpor- ation 'and its subsidiary, R.K.O. Radio Pictures Inc., into receivership, the two shareholders said that Hughes's bungling and mis- management over the ...

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SCOREBOARD IN GRADE [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

IsriMti; KO AmTixcit Aiti; I Balmain v N. Syd. NORTH SYDNEY.-First Innings, I 167. BALMAIN.-First Innings. O. CANSDELL, c and b Hogan. N. GURNEY, c and b Vic Emery ?.;. L. LAZA; c Smith, b Hogan J. BURTON," c : and b . Vic Emery ..,. 461 B. HODGE; c- anet b Vic J. CUNNINGHAM, c lesson, b Vic Emery .., . 7 D. COADY, c Smith, b Cal- laghan . A FAGAN, c lesson, b Vic Emery. G. TRUEMAN, c Rac. b Vic Emery . R. PEARCE, c Brian, b Vic Emery -. R JONES, not out. Sundries . Total ._189 I Bowling: R. Hogan, 2-47; B. Rae, 0-32; Vic Emery, 7-64; A. lesson, 0-21; J. Callaghan, 1-17. NORTH SYDNEY. 2nd Inniogs. ? J. BRIAN, b Pearce _ L. DE MONTFORT, lbw b Pearce .-, ? J. KING, c Fagan, b Pearce R. HOGAN, c Gurney, by Pearce. R. DONOVAN, b Pearce VINCE EMERY, b Coady . A. JESSON, not'out VIC EMERY, not out .... Sundries ..... .:.."_-. -" Six wickets for ....- / Bowling: R. Pearce, 5-21; I Fagan, 0-12; D. Coady. 1-tO. Balmain - won on first innings. Petersham v Gordon PETERSHAM First Innings, 8-364...

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TWO PRESS CLAIMS AS OPENERS Bri[?] 's, Burke Each 124 [Newspaper Article] — The Sun-Herald — 18 October 1953

AS OPENERS . Bria 's, Burke Each 124 Batsmen Ron Briggs and Jim Burke each scored 124 yesterday to press their claims as partner.to arthur Morris in opening for N.S.W. Burke, of Northern: District, and Briggs, Bankstown, each t scored 124 runs. . Burke and Finlay Brian, who scored 137, made a re- cord first-wicket partnership of 234 runs in 172 minutes against Western Suburbs at Waitara. > Northern District won easily on the first innings. Previous ? record for the first wicket was held by Morrie Hartigan and Les. Fallowfield who scored 180 runs in 1941. Highlight of the part- nership was the scintilla', ring form of Borke, a former Test player. Batting sedately early, he soon warmed to his work and included in his 124 in 172 minutes were 17 fours. Brian, who is playing his first season with Northern District, gave a bright dis- play. He hit 19 fours and a six in his 137 in. 193 minutes. Ron Briggs's 124 played the^ main part in Banks- town s win over Randwick. Briggs was subdued...

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