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SATELLITES WANT DOLLARS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

SATELLITES WANT DOLLARS The magic word that has brought about the change-so far as the satellite States are con- cerned-is "dollars." The Eastern European States until now have steadfastly refused to do business with Austria-and Austria needed their grain. But now . Hungary will deliver to Austria 20,000 tons of rye and 3,000 tons of sunflower oil in re- turn for about £stg900,000 in dollars. . Poland is believed to have offered Austria 10.000 tons of rye in return for dollars; and . Rumania is oflering 50,000 tons of wheat for dollars. Poland has already shown how much it is' willing to rely on the West-it recently concluded a trade pact with Britain, which makes Britain her second-best customer. Diplomatic, correspondents say Eastern Europe's much-vaunted independence of all Western aid cannot be accomplished. None of. the satellites'can ex- pect to improve their position under the new Russian "Marshall Plan." They can only continue as before. [Russia this month set up a Council f...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
A MIRROR For Mr. AUSTRALIA Here is a Frank Analysis of the Faults— and Virtues—of the Average Australian. Do You Agree With This Picture of Yourself? [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

A MIRROR For Mr. AUSTRALIA Here is a Frank Analysis of the Faults - and Virtues - of the Average Australian. Do You Agree With This Picture of Yourself ? By JOHN BRENNAN John Brennan, the writer of this article, wag born in Sydney, which he could not help; had a haphazard upbringing in various widely-scattered lo- calities in N.S.W., which he enjoyed; has wandered over all but one of the mainland States, and from New Caledonia and Honolulu to Japan, which he found interesting; lives now in a tent in Sydney, because he would not live elsewhere than in Sydney and can't find a house. He claims an Australian's right to be candid about the faults of others, and finds all the same faults in himself. "TT'S hard," he said 1 "They're not the same JL kind of people; not the same kind at all." He came up by the camp near the stockyards at Gilgan- dra not six weeks ago, skirt- ing along in the shade of the trees and scrub which line the river bed where the Castle- reagh never, or hardly ever, f...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Economic Plight Of Eastern Europe Behind Russian "Peace Offensive" From Our Staff Correspondent [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Economie Plight Of Eastern Europe Behind Russian "Peace Offensive" ? ? i From Our Staff Correspondent LONDON, Jan. 29.-Diplomatie correspondents say the serious economic plight of the Eastern European countries is partly responsible for Russia's veiled change of front iii her dealings with the Western Powers. They say there is ample proof that Russian tactics are undergoing a change from "cold war" to "peace offensive." The correspondents, ' however, are most cautious, emphasising that Soviet policy has always been a matter of day-to-day tactics. <

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
When a famous Hollywood producer turns handsprings over an actor employed by a rival studio—that's news. When he publicly invites that star to demand more money than any movie actor has ever been paid before in Hollywood—that's colossal. Here is an article that will cause as much stir as an Oscar award. The Greatest LIVING ACTOR [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

. SAMUEL GOLDWYN When a famous Hollywood producer turns handsprings over an actor employed by a rival studio-that's news. When he publicly invites that star to demand more money than any movie actor has ever been paid before in Hollywood-that's colossal. Here is an article that will cause as much stir as an Oscar award. The Greatest LIVING ACTOR By SAMUEL GOLDWYN LAURENCE OLIVIER is the world's finest actor. Ordinarily anyone who had the temerity to make that Statement - and particularly anyone in my position - would have to head for the nearest storm cellar. Shrieks of pained anguish could nor- mally be expected, not only from every other actor, but from all the other experts. However, I do not expect to have to go into hiding. Olivier is not only the greatest living actor on stage or screen, but he is an "actor's actor"-as highly acclaimed by his own profession as he is by the public. Olivier's "Hamlet" on the screen is without question the highest spot in the drama of our day-per...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
"JUNIOR ANGEL" AS FILM OLIVER TWIST [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

"JUNIOR ANGEL" AS FILM OLIVER TWIST A NINE - YEAR - OLD boy, shining from his bath and wrapped in his father's old dress ing gown, hopped down- stairs to kiss his mother good night, and hopped into the most coveted .child film role in the world. To the talent scout dining with his parents, fair-haired, fragile, John Howard Davies was the Oliver Twist he had been searching for. "He looked like a junior angel. From the moment I saw him I recognised my Oliver Twist." The search had been carried on throughout Great Britain, by Press, film and radio and more than 1,500 children had been interviewed and audi- tioned. Cincguild producer director team, David Lean and Ronald Neamc, who made "Great Expectations" had given up hope of finding a suitable boy for "Oliver Twist." Ap- parently there was not an under-nourished child left in England. John found himself precipi- tated into a world of luxury and make-believe. A studio limousine called for him each morning and delivered him home again. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MELB. NIGHT TROTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

MELB. NIGHT ' TROTS ARNOLD HANDICAP, 12Vif RANGE FINDER, lOSjds (W Glbaud), 1, PREDICTION, 36jds (D Mcinnes), 2, MAVENUS, scr (D Botterlll). 3 BF.TTING i Wllllndr.1, 9-2 Pleasant Bob, 5 Prediction, Señor Wilbur, IO M.ivcnus, Mechanism. Suvrdsm m's Tri urnph,, 14 RANGE MNDER. 20 Admi- ral Sorrcnlo, ft non Manrico. 50 Betty Belmont. Pclcr Anglo, Little Nimble fool. 100 Em Walla, Stylish Native, Perfect Wah, William Redmond, Direct McKlnncj Divs (for 5/), Win JE3M9/ place £1/1/6, 9/, 17/. 6yds, 2yds Time, tm 40s WFSTMERE STAKES. 12Vif.-MAIN SPRING, scr (A Bulcher), 1, CLEVER JIM, ser (L Coram), 2, LIGHTNING WILKES, scr (A Turner), 3 BET TING: 5-4 on MAIN SPRING, 3 v Lightning Wilkes, g Clever Jim, 10 Bill's Image, 15 Ellen Wilkes. 25 Sam's Image, Owen "Derby, 33 Ladv Vinda, Lindsay Derbj, Proposition. 50 Main Trust. Wino lilc, Grandaway, King's Maid, Cobber's Pride Divs Win, 9/. place, 7/, 11/6, 7/ 6jds, 10yds Time, 3m 31s Scratched Direct Lavan ALBION HANDICAP, 1 If.-AMAZ- ING, scr (G...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BRISBANE DETAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

liRíSBlVE I DETAILS TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN HO*. First div.. if. GAY TELT, all 51b, car 7-13 (J Standllcld), 1. LAUROSS, 8-9 (E Conquest). 2. REGAL STAND, 8-2 U. Harbutt), 3 BETTINGi 5-4 Lauross, 6 GAY TELT, 7 Regal Stand, 8 Paul Spcir, 14 Royal Edlllon, IS" Te lock 16 Evan's Head, 20 Leap Frog, Myles Aroon. 25 Lorna Kay, 33 Dalith, Wrangler. 50 Beau Rouge, Rivobel, Woodleigh Lass Dlvs £2/7/6, 16/. 5/, 10/6 Won by Vi len , Vi head Time, I m IVis TWO-YFAR.0LD MAIDEN HANDI- CAP.-Second div., 5I¡ VINDALE. 7-2, Inc 71b all (T Head), 1 FAIR PLAY, 8 4 (B McLean), 2. BEAU VELVET, 8 0 (G Williams), 3 BETTING: 5 2 Bold Tom, 4 St Conroy, 5 Fair Play, 10 Bobambl, 12 Civic Star, Look Again, 14 Rlmfclt. 20 Skccnlc, Beau Valet, 25 Nilgai, 31 Absinthe, My Road, Sandy Creek, VINDALE, 50 Blue Exchange, Grc.ylcg Divs £25/17/, £2/13/6, 14/, £2/18/ Won by 1 len , IVi len Time, I m 15/4s ENCOURAGF HANDICAP.-First DI*., 7f_DUKE PAUL, 8-8 (N Bcsl), 1. TAMPICO. 7-3, Inc lib allow IF James). 2, BRISTOL BEST, 8 ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Operation Leatherjacket AN AUSTRALIAN SHORT STORY In one operation Axel Johnannsen found a clue to a crossword and caught the raiders who were driving fishermen off the coast. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Operation Leatherjacket AN AUSTRALIAN SHORT STORY By ERLE WILSON In one operation Axel Joliaimsen found a clue to a crossword and caught the raiders who were driving fishermen off the coast. WHEN old Axel Jo hannsen finally put aside his dream of returning to finish his life by his native Vest Fjord, he decided, with char- acteristic thoroughness, to apply at once for Australian nationality and at the same time he set out to improve his English. His friend, Doctor Scott, suggested crossword puzzles to improve the old man's vocabu- lary and very soon Axel be- came an addict. Axel decided also to start trapping leather-jackets so thal he could send more help to his starving people in Norway. He found a partner in Nigel Black, a young ex-Digger whom sol- diering against the Japanese had given a taste for an open air life. Through summer and autumn they fished the Tas- man, toiling incessantly, well pleased with each other and with their arrangement. Old Axel's boat, the "Niord," rarely...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
FEDERAL HEALTH HOPES IN C.R.T.S. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

FEDERAL HEALTH j HOPES IN j CANBERRA, Saturday_ The Government hopes flint doctors trained under the Commonwealth Rehabilita tion Training Scheme witt assist' it in putting its National Health Scheme into operation. It believes that hundreds of doctors who will graduate dur I ing the next few years by means I of Commonwealth assistance will ' be willing to co-operate fully with | the Government. I It hopes that this will lessen the effect of the British Medical Association's opposition to the I scheme. I It is planned that, if necessary, I groups of these young doctors will be sent abroad at Govern- ment expense for hospital and special training. The first Government-spon- sored doctors would be stationed in industrial areas where, the Government believes, an over- whelming majority of the people would be anxious to make use of the full benefits provided under the scheme. It is expected that before they finally graduate medical students who have received Government assistance will b...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COMMUNIST'S HOME RAIDED IN CANADA From Our Staff Correspondent And A.A.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

COMMUNISrS HOME^ RAIDED m CANADA -» from Our Staff Correspondent And A.A.P. MONTREAL, January 29. - Police yesterday raided à leading Communist's house in Montreal and seized a lorry-load of documents. The Premier of Quebec, Mr. Maurice Duplessis, then invoked the "padlock law" to close the premises. The house was the home of Mr. John Switzman, organiser for the Labour-Progressive Party (the title the Communists use in Canada). , [The "padlock law" gives the Attorney-General authority to padlock for one year any place being used for Communistic activity.] Four of the seven rooms were offices of the Communist Party, National Federation of Labour Youth, the Council of the Pro- gressive Jewish Organisation, and the weekly Communist news- paper, "Canadian Tribune." NEW YORK, Jan. 29.-Fol- lowing the arrest yesterday of the former organiser of the Canadian Communist Party, Mr. Sam Carr, Federal agents have arrested his wife, Mrs. Julia Carr. They took her to Ellis Island, where her husba...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Smart Tailored And Dressmaker Styles DOUBLE-BREASTED DESIGN [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Smart Tailored And Dressmaker Styles DOUBLE-BREASTED DESIGN/ S.H.5134 Now is the time to begin making I your winter wardrobe, ana here is an easy-to-make design that should appeal to the home dressmaker. i The frock is cut on smartly tailored lines, and features a bodice with a double-breasted effect A Peter Pan collar and turn- ed-back cuffs are in keeping PATTERNS are 1/6 each and can he obtained from "The Sunday Herald" Pattern Department, 5th Floor, Herald Building (Pitt Street entrance), or bj post They are available for one month from date of publication. ORDER FORMS SHOULD BE PRESENTED WITH EACH ORDER OVER THE COUNTER OR ENCLOSED WITH APPLICATIONS BY POST. Send postal applications to "The Sundaj Herald" Pat- tern Sen ice, Box 506, G.P.O.. Sjdney, enclosing postal note for 1/6 for each pattern ordered. GIVE THE PATTERN NUMBER, SIZE, YOUR FULL NAME AND ADDRESS. with the trim lines of the frock. Make them of pique or lawn to give a more youthful touch. The skirt is designed in t...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JOHNSTON OUT OF ATTACK [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

JOHNSTON OUT OF ATTACK Just when the pendulum had swung Victoria's way, Bill Johnston had to retire with a jarred heel, and much of the sting went out of the attack. Moroney, 31 not out, and Don- aldson, 37 not out, batted stub- bornly «in a fourth wicket stand. Hassett believes that Johnston's injury will respond quickly to treatment, and that he should be fit to bowl again to-morrow morning. , Johnston had begun the shocks to the home team in the second innings, when in his first over he had Jim Burke lbw. Then the other fast-medium left-hander, Harry Lambert, quickly claimed the major "scalps" of Arthur Morris and Keith Miller. Nobody has any complaints to make about the wicket. Well-controlled bowling and smart catching have combined to put the fielding sides on top. But it is true, also, that there has been a good deal of bad batting. There is enough grass on the pitch to give the bowlers some "life" every now and then; but, generally, it is, as players of both sides agree, an ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Lindwall Used Too Much As Stock Bowler [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Lindwall Used Too Much As Stock Bowler By W. J. O'Reilly While the New South Wales attack worked well against Victoria yesterday, it sadly lacked a stock bowler to do the "pick and shovel" work. In consequence, Morris was constantly inclined to over bowl Lindwall. Australian cricket gener- . "ally cannot afford to have its most penetrating bowler frittering away his energy and enthusiasm, when a good stock bowler could relieve him of the drudgery. I have been deeply concerned, during the past two or three easons, over the manner in which his captains have gone on blithely demanding more of Lindwall than they should. The tremendous strain that has been placed upon him must be recognised and admitted now. before it is too late. It is quite all right to say that he must be used freely, in order to conduct the game in the best interests of his own team. But there should be no need to bum him out so wantonly, It is the selectors' job to con- centrate on this important issue immediately. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LAMBERT MAKES BID FOR AFRICA [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

LAMBERT MAKES BID FOR AFRICA No matter what happens to him to-morrow, 30-year-old sandy-haired Harry Lambert can return to his Melbourne suburb of Collingwood well satisfied. This fast-medium left- hander had taken only seven wickets in his three other Shield matches this season. His figures against Queensland in Brisbane a week ago were ?no wickets for 75 runs. But here in Sydney he took ive wickets in the first innings for 64 runs, and he had two for six against his name early in the second innings. Yesterday he dismissed great Test opening batsman Arthur Morris cheaply for the second time in the match. Hi-, other victim was Keith Miller, also for the second time. jHe must now be seriously con sidered for one of the few vac- ancies in the team for South Afriqa. This belated "discovery" has no doubt been kept out of the picture because of Bill Johnston's ascendancy as a fast-medium left-hander. Lambert, an easy-going fellow who is employed at a brewery, is rather amazed by it all. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Runners At Kembla To-morrow 1.0. MAIDEN HANDICAP, 7f. First Division. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Runners At Kembla To-morrow 1.0. MAIDEN HANDICAP, ,7f. First Division. ' Grey 9 O (14) 8 IO Happy (4) Blaze ol Glory Crownall (13) . Rion's I (10) Party ( (3) .. Knight (11) 8 Goldak (8).. 8 Humming Bird (5) ^ 8 Red Son (2) Telopia (7) . I'crckoT) (6) Permanent (12) .... Young Gar- land (9) . Envoy (13) . Brown Hawk 8 7 Counterplay (I) Bud Lady (10) _ 8 s Dcvelish (4) 8 5 Palier (3) .. 8 4 Ludo (8) ... 8 4 Wondcrman (11) ....' 8 4 K 6 Perekop, 2; Young Gar 2.0. THREE-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN, 6f. Gay Charms (7) . 8 7 Valiant Joan (5) Blandstream (13) .... Rion's Pick' (8) <4> After You (12) v_ Traaa.uA Moon (19) Dcvelish (17 Ballroom (2) Emoy (16) Counterplay (3) . Parmelia (15) Wondcrman (20) _ Score Board Vac Victus (21) _ Le Due (14) Utopia (6) . Queen's Step (10) .... Master Glen- rock (1) . Michael John (l8) _ Sunshot (11) Lord Veil, li Envoy, 2: Blandstream, 2.30. TWO-YEAR-OLD MAIDEN, A'/it. Hallowed (6) 9 0 Firm (7) .. 9 0 Clansman (3) 8 12 Fl>ing Col- ours (2) . 8 11...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Richmond Trots [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Richmond Trots BEGINNERS' HANDICAP, l'4m Child Robert. Magnificent, Shirley s Pride, Van's Best, Broughton Patch, Lord Desboronen, Miss Carol. Harloff, Cilv Sue, Midnight Derby Kitty 5 Pride Prominent Star, Gay Numba. St Pedro (SA), Choice Boy, Model Mat, scr HAROLD PARK HANDICAP, 1 Um -Nighlguard, Tennessee Prince, Rojal Realm, Derby Pearl. Lawntona, Patient Phoenix, scr - The >Vop Lcov,ah 12>ds Pay Gold, Lucy's *Nolion, 24%ds, Gold Step, 36>ds, Maher's Last, Shy John (Vic ). 60>ds UNHOPPLED HANDICAP, lVim - Cuban Boy. Rangool. scr , Broughton Patch. Robert's Splash. 60>ds, Tim Whifflcr, 108>d5 WINDSOR HANDICAP. 1'/«m - Fighting Pilot (N Z ). Realstar. Sir Archie (N Z ), Blackout, Louis Vojage, scr ; Young Dawd Headman, Red Chatham, Tennessee Prince, Pearl's Last, Mine ^gain (SA), 12yds. Red Hill Great Life. 36>ds. Hailstorm 60vds PENRITH HANDICAP, 1 'Am -Mag mflcent, Van s Best. Harloff, Kitty's Pride. Prominent Star. Gay Numba Model Max, scr , Present Arms Re...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GRAZIER:— "RABBITS GO OR WE GO" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

GRAZIER : "RABBITS GO OR WE GO" Here are three thumb-nail sketches of the rabbit plague which is costing Australia a fortune: . "Either "the rabbits go or we do."-Mr. Sydney Austin, junior, of Wambianna Station. I . "In broad daylight I could not count the number of rabbits in sight on any big properly on the central western plains."-"The Sunday Herald" Land Editor on tour. . "In three months we have destroyed 70,000 rabbits on .2,000 acres, but we are making no head« way."-Mr. E. H. Wass, manager of Egelabra Station, central western plains. By The "Sunday Herald" Land Editor WARREN, Saturday.-Mr. Austin recently bought a 130-h.p. tractor with a ripper and bulldozer attach ment. With it he tore up scores of warrens and burrows. The great teeth of the ripper go easily three feet into the ground, and as the soil is thrown up it is seen to be littered with the remains of mangled rabbits. Nothing escapes this four-ton monster. But to-morrow there will be a fresh invasion. The cost of th...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
COURT CLOGGED BY HUGE LIST OF DIVORCE CASES Pouring In At Rate Of 100 A Week By A Special Reporter [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

COURT CLOGGED BY HUGE LIST OF DIVORCE CASES Pouring In At Rate Of 100 A Week ""*" By A Special Reporter Divorce Court Judges will face a New Year carry-over of nearly 2,000 petitions when the first law term of 1949 begins next week. In the normal course of events the courts will take nearly six months to clear up arrears. Meanwhile, petitions will pour into the Divorce Court office at the rate of about 100 a week. With only two judges per- manently sitting in the Matri- monial Causes jurisdiction, city legal men view the situa- tion with concern. The implications of such a huge lag in the machinery of the law are far-reaching. Not only are aggrieved parties deprived of expeditious"hearing of their suits, but grave moral aspects are in- volved, legal men say. Four Acting Justices sat in di- vorce jurisdiction during the law vacation. The appointments of three of them, Acting Justices Markell, Berne, and Lloyd, be- gan on January 5 and will end on February 4. The appointment of the fo...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Bromwich, Quist In Four Sets Victory MISS HART WINS SINGLES TITLE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Bromwich, Quist In Four I Sets Victory MISS HART WINS SINGLES TITLE From Frank Tierney ADELAIDE, Saturday.-John Bromwich and Adrian Quist won their seventh successive national doubles tennis title here to-day by beating Geoff Brown and Bill Sidwell in four " sets. ¡ _ j The champions dropped ¡ the first set 6-8, but went ' on to win the next three j the last two with the loss j of five games. j Miss Doris Hart, of the United | States, had a straight sets win over Australian champion, Mrs. ¡' Nancye Bolton. To-day was the first time that Tennis Scores MEN'S DOUBLES FINAL: Bromwlch and. Quist beat Brown and Sidwell. 6-8, 7-Í, 6-2, 6-3. ! WOMEN'S SINGLES FINAL: Miss D. Hart (U.S.A.) beat Mrs. N. Boulton (Vic.). 6-3. 6-4. 1 BOY'S SINGLES FINAL: C. Wllder .pin CW.A.) beat G. Hannam (N.S.W.) 6-4, 6-2. JUNIOR MIXED DOUBLES-Final: G. Hannam and Miss B. Penrose beat P. Cawthorn and Miss J. Warnock (Vic), 6-4, 8-6. GIRLS' DOUBLES.-Final: B. Pen- rose and J. Robbins (N.S.W.) beat J. Warnock in...

Publication Title: Sunday Herald, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Follow-on likely By W. Aust. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 30 January 1949

Follow-on likely By W. Aust. I ADELAIDE, Saturday. | -Western Australia needs 71 runs to avoid the fol- low-on against South Aus tralia, with one wicket in hand. At stumps nine wickets were down for 199, in reply to South Australia's total of 419. Langdon and Watt made a valiant effort^ to pull the game around after tea. They came together with four out for 96, but Langdon was caught off left-hander Gogler at 137 for a sound 30. McLean, who took three quick wickets late in the day, shattered Western Australia's hopes of avoiding the follow-on. This morning Watts hit power- fully for 70 to enable the Adelaide men to take their total to 419 before the iast wicket fell.

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