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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

CA N T I'. R H l* R V P A It IC RAC I' S. 1 TO-DVY. TODAY. | A CHANCE OF A SMALL | t FORTUNE I S* AWAITS ANY SPORT WHO V.ILL LEAVE HIS X CASH 10R A SL:1T AT ♦ | The 'Eastern' Suburbs TAILORS, | I perouse road, randwick. ? % COl'NTRV CLIENTS rilOJlTTLY ATTENDED TO. % ^ Pattern*, Tjp«\ and be'f-Mcasuro Forms ^ t despatched rc» ifturn mail. Y ? THIS OFFER ONLY OrO FOR A FEW WEEKS. 5 fU' A. HOLZ1GAL, Manager. ^ n . v : t « n i-R v r a n k nets, J-i JO-UAV. . - io-dav. ? . I

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THE RUN-THROUGH STROKE IN BILIARDS. WHAT TO DO AND HOW TO DO IT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

THE RUN-THROUGH STROKE IN BILLIARDS. WHAT TO DO AND HOW TO DO IT. (By 'AN OLD PLAYER.') I 'here Is no more beautiful stroke on the ( rd and' nono more effective for positional -notes than tho run-through. To be able ,,lay the stroke really well Is to enhance r break-maklno capacity very materially, A Run-lhrouflh Loilno Hazard. j ? u 1- to be strongly recommended to . moon or '.Men i .?«-.» on, and 1« e^er on tne iook ou. nc hlns wbcrebr bo ro»r be able to mak- | Z br«k to-morrow, where lie ran only j tfhrouffht*ofl'ng haitardB and rannon? nr,- J 'i/„n» 0° 'W ?? you ml'hl imarln,- after I 1 watching the ultra skilful professional expo nents make the stroke. The Important things to remember In the case of run-ihroughs arc (l- point of co.Hact and -;)? to HCMtrc a good run on the cuc ball after con tact. Mhich can only be obtained by executing the st r- 1 k » ? with a smooth flowing delivery, en flbling the cue to follow right through on the path of the ball. Another Important point t...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

^ ~ ~ ~ rTHTPS ; ' — --- - C| ? *'7* Facile M lncepam v ' ?' Buchanan's 'BLACK p WHITE' Whisky ;= ? ... ' — -j - -3p? The BEST IIPIPES obtainable Tlej Sgrpui ill olhsri la '1 ^ BSs/ Quality, Design, Workmanship /|- to™ W® /'J*- ' ? and Finish. iffeL \- | Mli. from Ihe FINEST QUALITY SELECTED EXTRA HEAVY STERLING SILVER MOUNTS Price, 3/- each. taffi .jrei - . v yj MICK SIMMONS, DtcL HEAD DEPOT: HAYHARKET, . SYJQNEY.-j BLANCHES : C«TY. SUBUR33, AND NEWCASTLE. ;? CANTERBURY PARK SAGES TODAY, SATURDAY. FIRST RACE, 2 P.M. I.. ; LAST RACE, 4.45 P.M. ' sr&riAi tkaix for homes at u:i ajl \ ORDINARY TRAI.VS : 11'. ItfS A M . is.!:, i: JJ, 12.:'S, lilS, l.P, 1.10, 1.13, LIS, 1.'45 Tja' SPECIALS: H.50. i2.il, 1M1. 12.!:. n.CT. l.lj, anj -llii P.M. ^ '' . ? , ? W. L. DAVIS. Secretary. \J ROSEBERY RAC^-RQSeBeS^ This (Saturday)': .- ? ' * Via .( i -. .-Ml «*«'«» - ' '' — ? t's' ' . ? ;s!'-b - »-rv ' SEVEN E)1®NTS. - MV '?i ; V,, p.n?-. FIRST RAjCE,'1, 2 p.m» -,-''«T..'i»i ««TiVk. 'SPECIAL...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

y f f 'GLOBE' FINALS. B 1.' j.., fongtSj*' ' I W 1,: - haj lfcn ( MB I ; d mg Prize Winners g']' jtx ; 'ompeiltioai trcet, Burrr' Hlll». hi« »entcnco belo* W V^^u^NoWbllltl'' »rob* ttaior Bono* W . 'Su=lia? tar; iwm V /howler Id a!-r- ;i ietr. r baJ cxpert 1 :u ; rlrea ot j Henderson, f A t:-'. »' I /''nr;1 fcwlr be »«s -j.t, , r:.,n ' rcot ' j*me» H. Parker. ' » ».»--«?'' '? » / ,hn'p. '? - f, -ivit lima ihe Wlasmi ? ? D p. .„^.«treet, Newtown. / thr Nr»- i,|ntMri-e»»tre«. / -r^v- . -Me. i , orUe, of 1('- «»cb aDa f CRICKET BAT W& r.,-, r' »'? ? ' TO r.' 1# wilii,. ? ? ; 5* e,C ' , „rl.«. winners will ippw w. elgar,^ ? At 57 King St- Ar t ? ? | unnis nAcounREpAi w running, Coupon appear® only 'n 'Globe. BILLIARDS LIMITED LOCATION : 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET Five Door* from Liverpool StreeL Tenny Tram to Door. ITnder the ntaiiapernent of the lirat all-round sport lo unaer wc J0K AN1),IK0L1. Our Tables «re played on by JOHN KOIJKRTS, STE VENSON, GEORGE GRAY, LlNDRl'M, KKECK, and ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

/'1 A .V T K R II L R' Y PARK RACE S,{ TODAY. T^DAY. GOULBURN RACING CLUB. RACE MEETING; DEC. 5 AN9 6. KOMTNATJONS CI.O?E MONDAY. NOVEMBER 25, with tfccrcur}' Warwick Farm ilaclnp Clut-, ©r ;j, 'NORMAN UAlVSremaiy. ' , ' Coulburn. ' CA N T'E It P I* R Y 1'ARK RACE S, ? TO-DAY. ? TO-DAY. ? Bathurst Pony Racing Club. * ; FIRST MEETING— BOXING DAY. ? BATIintST R.VCKCOUnSL% ' - Oi'ENlNG HANDICAP, H.» and u?.-icr, c{ 10 K-Tti; tecond horse 2 sov/. from 'jirue. Jj lurloaji.'''N'oaiP rution, o/; no acceptance. , TRIAL STAKED, for -t!t bones tbat bare never recelred 10 tovi. in pri2£ money ; 11.2 and under ; of 10 fori.; tecond borse i »vi, from trite. 1 furlonji, Nomi nation, 3/j no acceptance. bATilt'KST HANDICAP, II handi and under ; lO iiri; ictond hcric '2 »ovj. from priic. I furlong*. Nomi-*' , nation, 0/; no acceptance. PONY RACING CU.'U HANDICAP, U.I and'onder; 20 -ovg.{ *econd horse 3 tov«. from priic. *3 furloagc Nomination, 10' ; nn acceptance. j CONiiOL.^TION liANDICAl', H.2 and...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

LAWN TENNIS. EDGAR J. BICE, mrORTEll OF LAWN YHN'SIS llEQUISnES. SLAZGNCKC. AYRKS, SPALDING i DAVIS RACCETS. HACKirrs nEPAinED and re-sthi;ko. ?Grcuad Floor, EqulUb'a Building*, | 'Phfiuu, City tU 9, , ? QZOBQE £TR£Li\ j

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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"THE REFEREE" CHALLENGE CUP Valued £100. FOR THE AUSTRALIAN SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

'THE REFEREE' CHALLENGE CUP valued £ioo. FOR THE AUSTRALIAN SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. Things professional are booin:ng again. Barry Is cbuilenged for the world's title; Pcarcc ia ihullcnged for the Australian title, combined with cross challensia from C. Towns and J. Puddon to Fclton. A handsome 'Referee' Challenge Cup Is presented to go with the Aus tralian title, and a new title to be known a» the Championship of New South Wales Is being inauguraieu oy me rarramaua uivcr rrores blouul Sculling Club. The lull text of tse proposed conditions c: the 'Referee' Challenge Cup were published In last Wednesday's 'Referee,' and tbey seem to admirably suit the case. They bear evidence of having been modelled on the 'Sportsman' » (.'up conultlans governing the English cham* ' plcnsani and. 011 the Australian thump. nnsaip . ? oudltwns, w hlch. In fact, at e incorpotated. | Tiv; Cup U valued a*. Xlf», and in addition l«. | : his tro-.jy there will hu a pcrjonal trophy to . cai-h winuvi oi tnc- C...

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DAVIS CUP CHALLENGE ROUND. Suggestions as to Venue. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

DAVIS CUP CHALLENGE ROUND. Suggestions as to Venue. IBy C. P. DIXON, THE ENGLISH CAPTAIN. { IN 'THE ARGUS.') One of the questions which may hare to be seriously considered at an early date In connec tion with the Davis Cup Is the vrnue of the challenge round. Since the Pavis Cup was Instituted, in 15'^, the challenge round has | Invariably been played iu the -ountry of the ? holders or championship nation. This is in . accordance with Rule S of the Davis tup r«'gu- J latlons, which, for the purposes of my contcn- j tion, may be set out verbatim : — Kyle 1» : 'The j cnauengc tie soau uc pia*i-«i m «?'«- «»«».*?. of the championship uation at a date and upon j a ground to he agreed upon by common consent, j In the event of an agreement not being arrived | at. the flxloj of the date and grouaa shall be ; submitted to arbitration.' j When the Daris Cup matches were bejun only \ contcets between the British Isles and Affl'-'rici j were contemplated. That the Davis Cup woulU l receive suc...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ROWING AMONGST THE AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

ROWING ® ? Br '«QUA.' ® | AMONGST THE AMATKURS. The Glebe Rowing Club will hold lis nnn::a!j regatta next Saturday afternoon, the «hli! attraction at wnlch vlll be the Maiden liUh»a; for the Metropolitan Trophy. Several creus! are In training. The l.clchhardt represnnt a.lvea will be ; N. Whiting (stroke). T. Cnncotir, 1', ' Wheeler. G. Burton. C. Kayecr, K. Uurgrss, und K. Lumb. The Junior Four from the ramo club , comprises ; W. Gordon (stroke), N. Rurgeis, T. 1 Hallstrem, nnd S. Tweeidalc. ANNIVERSARY REGATTA. The commlttco of the .\un:vcrsary Regatta committee have leu things a little lute for ue organisation 01 their grcAt futattoo, especial. y an of the two Joint treasurer^ one— Mr. (J. L. Dcloltte— is « till away trom the State, auu the1 other— Mr. A. 0. Milton— proposes to be a*ay| for some six weeks from tbe beginning of the; year. It Is, however, anticipated tbat this great national regatta will have Ha organisation com pleted well before January 29 next. CHAMPION EIGHTS M...

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DNE[?] M[?] HIS IN[?] VA[?] EVES IN[?] A SAT[?] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

[?] - eves i the vaudcvillt^^^^^^^^^H^H I'c [?] u h': lG 1 C ?t native Now, let U7 1 ; lor one Lca^cmcnt^^S^^H^^H I'Qunq the* c s t n days shows the at res i est 0 n , Bcndlgo^^S^^^B lira'.. Cee]oQ(9|ail Melbourne. It Was spIcndlO^^H e.xprrleuce foW|je— you know in this line prrience counlHts. In others. I closed this cir-» *v^ . eult la 1V0T. rtS -camc to Sydney '.is managing \ director and rijrtner of Mr. Jamca Brennan's National AmphHaeatre. This was n very sue* ccssful i;ndcrtak»g, but when Mr. Brcnnan float ed hi? theatre Jsjo a company I considered thia sufficient indueement was not ottered mo U* stay. Therefore 1 1 launched out onco more on . . my own, and havji no reason to regret, it. , 'At present I am Interested la no fower-'thaa tblrf'jn different shows In and around Sgaftncy The thief ones oto The Prlncees,' Sydniey; TTha Coliseum,' Nor'.k Sydney; 'Tho Coroaation/ ! Bondi; and 'Thej l*7ichtaedL AU 'I-» 1 (ousitler Australians show ; spedal^aptU . ? iid- :'«»r stage work...

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GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

GOLF GOSSIP © . dr 'THE COLONEL.** — © Most of tlif» golf links about Sydney were well patronised on Saturday. but thp, competi- tions n»T«- not. a.-* u rule. of more than local interest; In fait. all tin* big matches arc now i vcr, nnd cxcept inr a few straggling events of Importance now nnd again, \\- will hove to Malt until next uendon lo;* the r«.ul serious golf. Mnuly links looked very say. as It was tho m I't-c of an open mixed foursome handicap, and a large number of men players. with their wi\es. their . o'uhIiib. anil their aunt*, competed for thre,, irophle*. The- first prize wan won by Mrr-. .1. Taylor and X. MeTaggart. with a curd of — 2 1 — 7-. The prize for the best net score with handicap of lu and under waa divided between l-. *G. Ferrler and Mr*. Altken, 81—7 —77. and A. (5. .Symington and Minn Leslie, 91 — 11—7'; ami thy prize for pair* whh handicap* of over 1.'. v.na secured bv G. S. Freeman and Miss William*, i'2 — IS— 71. Altogether 112 players -otU2ttcd. AN OLD...

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DAVIS CUP PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

DAVIS COP FROSPECrs.^mM (By 'AUSTRAU,wrfn»m.th&- Melbounaa Co^ On his display in thtrlnter-State match,' m is not tho least doubt that X. E. Brookta . is In Just as fine form as ho ever was, and ? no prospect of his being beaten by any pi', i)n their form to-date, and on their record Knnland, none of the Eogllsh team can hopA^^H Jefeat him In the Singles, for the tusk Is bey^^H the expectation of any player In tho world. In Doubles the position Is the same, for Alft^^H Dunloo Is also in his best form, and is. therHH iore, playing better than ho old at Christchurc^H last January, when they beat Wright an^H Mcl«oughlin, ^9 That gives Australia the expectation of throe® rubbers out of the flVo; and as to Heath's two* .-ingles (or those of A. B. Jones If V phiye ? instead) I see an even chance of one coming to 1 Australasia by the dofeat of Beamish or Tarko. 1 whiebover plays, and a possibility of Heath or Jones defeating Blxon, Heath did so la--, year in England, and may do ao ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

ago that there fiaf-Bome;. doubt origin of the Cavlll-.. (or 'crawl') str^;1 though'' an admlcsJon was .made that Turns Cavil! had something to do its. in- troduction. . . ^ Thero is no doubt at all. . Thera was any. Thp only doubts were those cxreiocdjbv pooplo who had purposes to serve; o did hot know anything about the matter. ? '? ? The Cavlll stroke originated In Cavil's Baths Domain, through 'Turns' Cavlll's chal'oits to swim all Jlnd sundry with his legs ticfSt tho knee, and his unvarying success. ^ : Admitting men to their galas Is golo; to kill ladles swimming. There are women— lundreds of them— who. through unusual modestj or tor other reasons, will not show in the water berora I men. -cither on tho beaches or at tho baths. Theso arc £ure tn drop out now and lots inte rest In tho pastime. ^ Nflwhcrc clac in .he wortd arc there aErthln* like ao many women swimmiog as ln Australia, and that condition of things dates only from tho start of the Sydney Ladies' Club, and tho day...

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A HANDSOME PRESENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

K. HANDSOME PRESENT, Tho'T»ew South' Wft!pf*Crlckat Aesoclation Iws voted £100 (less tho ocnount lost by tho As.. clatlon on the m&tchoa) to tho Western A»:o ir^iiftn cricketers. ' This meona that tho-vlsitors will reosl^ . ® . O10. „ Sydudy;

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

BOWLS AND BOWLERS j» - BY ??TOUCHER.'' - Ji Still th' v tome. Wc will have them all back home again very shortly. Another lot of the Australian bowlers who left their tnork to well Impressed in the Old Country a few months ago reached Sydney on Thursday afternoon lust, looking Just as well as men who hove had th» gwd time we all know they experienced, suould look. There would be a uig screw loose some where were It otaerwisc. People with the leisure and the money who go on a globe trotting Jaunt and see it well tnrougn arc uuuuu to benefit materially in health, unless they bump bad luck romewhere. No Ill-fortune bcfel team or Individual. The latest to come back are Messrs. H. A. Scott, Louden, Holmes, Henderson, Barkell. Wntfon, Morrison, and Drake— quite a contin gent J Naturally they have a ileal to fay re garding tbe honpenlngs of the past few months, and ono or two could talk the 'Saturday Re feree and Arrow' through wore the opportunity offered, but as pretty nearly all the gro...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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[?]T AND CRICKETERS CLUB AND GENERAL NOTES. [?]LE [?]W. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

WB' AND CRICKETERS BY 'GULLIVER.' CLUB A-'P GENERAL NOTES. ?fLE w. ? mturrs r; not , '.frrrllcd. ' ?At » and ill wind irn/yldc's ? Id Cul =;r«' nged. and H --v. L-o- . .-I'jrl'is fucb .1 ? ' b-.wc?n ?' Damfylde j dmncft .-v.er, tut !ju«!* hf r ?r- in'lmaey. *1 -1: l.nowlfcg *JC-' h u-.im no- lMScib '] l.si. AOd »1- ' ambition ! | ! rf.elatioo.__. , ?the presV,,®1'1! I'mbnoss. J1'1'' kfi- m«e'5pc? Imself. He |5,?i! Si frora ln s-- 4 a dlfler. , i 'c , nJ lialpb, ? Da Baur pa v1 ollrd ,hc oil jour r | BB iu-' ™I!ut i„ ho,i ogroom. ilnln- ! ,B us dutte? I *«a ms slpgtm: : ba, j they ha I , ♦ and th* ' -Aa athyln th-' j - Tn^hTSH' ' ♦ A?n r1*- ! n ' me of tl^Kv tuneful ia- 5' , mad r. doom on ^ Sont '* . rlans . fcr me. * ; . j thi gf ugcrc ' ?Ids pt * Party the South A\a ?arty, so U atoovc11* tbe OCCOU1 oa tfc'hem, to 0 . £cdf',r ?k7-' nature . Acetrallan match is ridiculous. rati » matches ; »uch as those -it th' Western Aung/ tans it ts ? Vprsc than rldbulous. It suggesfw/f hat in th...

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CRICKET FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

CRICKET FIXTURES; .Vet: 5outh Wain v. Oufrnsland, at Hrifbint. . M'esum Australia v. Victoria, jt Melbjuro*.* / ; j N.S. WALES ASSOCIATION*.* Fir-t l2;a-le — November i3 and 30. Middle Harbor v. Central Cum^rland. Sydney Cricket '?loun-L i . w. Waujfh .m l J. Laing : .(Jordon v. waver lev, thatfw.v»d. L Can-v ami J. Nitlioll* ; Sydney v. »uf nLnd, fv lm-v Cri«-W«-t Ornund No. 2. W. 'Cumin «n l J I.iK .!? and K. Thirntiiwaite ; IVter-liam v. Hedfero. j 1 etenham, J. A. Tumhull -nd W. «L Smith; t »»»'''? ' ►llv v. North Svlnry, t nivrrfity, \V. G. Frenca ana j A. C. Jeaci ; (,Jcl-c a l«ve. y hei\-tid tirade. Ntwlown v. St. fJoorge, Kr?kinerille, W. -*utt *n:l \V. Humpisc ; \l')*nun v. Glebe, Mosman, K. J. Sha» nd ,1. colli* : Mirrickville v. Middle Harbor. Marrtck* vill**. r. Claris and W. II. C. Pavi- ; Paddington v. urn!**!, Hampden Park. A. Williams and B«v. «. j^rrj' .NV,rtl- Sydney v. Petrfham, N«»rth Syctney, .1. h. rr.o E. \Nauon ; Hurwoo'! v. Itrdfcn, St. !.uk« * '*r*» A W. An...

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THE SEASON'S WINNING HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

THE SEASON'S WlfflNG HORSE = BY 'PILOT.' =f 'I know of r.o easier way of getting money than with a grod horse.' remarked a well- j known trainer the (ft her day. Little exception i (an b'- t'iken to this contention, but. as has repeatedly been brought home to those who have invested in high-priced yearlings, the trouble hi to secure thn 'goKl hnr.-=e.' How ever, th*% prizes are now *o rich at the prin ciprtl meetings in Sydney r.nd Melbourne, that, even without winning. It Is possible for horse* to more th.«n ? «»ye- expense. i MR. JAMES C. BAItf, | Proprietor of the Princesj end other Suburb!' VautJevillo Thsatres. For instance, Perdita went through the re ccnt Spring meetings wltfrjut winning a race, but her earnings totalled £1C5i\ her seconds in the Clibhorn Stakes. V.R.C. Oaks, and Chelmirford Stakes beins respectively worth £1!P0. i.' 100, and £150. and her thirds In the A.J.C. and Victoria Derbies £300 each. No doubt Mr. Brown lost a fair amount of money j in hackins; Perdita...

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LAWN TENNIS CARNIVAL. DAVIS CUP COMPETITORS IN THE VICTORIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. SYDNEY PLAYERS SHOW IMPROVED FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

LAWN TENNIS CARNIVAL. ? - % ? ? DAVIS CUP COMPETITORS IN THE VICTORIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS. SYDNEY PLAYERS SHOW IMPROVED FOIUI. (By 'AUSTRAL,' AT THE COURTS.) Ogca wo knew that Brookea, Dunlop, and Heath— the 'plajinc three' of the Davis Cup j team— would be In the Victorian six to take the field against our own greatly weakened i team, it was a practical certainty that New 1 South Walea would not pet level at '25 all' la thn Jubilee Jntcrstcto Match between these | States. These contests started in 1SS5, as we learn from 'Lawn Tennis in Australasia.' as the result of a letter written Jointly by Cropper i and Salmon to the leading players in Mel bourne, and i hey have continued ever nine? tvjih oolv one break— owing lo the plague In Sydney In II'OO— to the present day. two matche* being played ouch year, save iu the tlrat, and alternately Iu cach capital city. May. or thereabouts, has always been the month for the Sydney match; November for that played in Melbourne. Each won In turn to !&...

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MR. E. S. MARKS DISCUSSES OLYMPIAN TOPICS. Pays a Compliment to Australian Swimmers, WE MUST HAVE AN OLYMPIC COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

MR. E. S. MARKS DISCUSSES OLYMPIAN TOPICS. I Pays a Compliment to Australian Swimmers. WE MUST HAVE AN OLYMPIC COUNCIL. (B, A -SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' SPECIAL.) . Mr. E. S. Marks returned from his tour with the Australasian Olympic team on Thursday. Looking In splendid ' health, and bronzed with the life on the ocean wave, he chatted of his experiences. j 'I was considerably disappointed in not being I ivble to witness the Henley Regatta,' he ?a!d, I 'tor 1 had to go to Stockholm to attend the International AthleUc Congress ou behnll of : New Zealand and Australia. That meeting was well attended, with the Crown Prince pi cabling. On behalf of Australasia, I would not agree to pkdsc the States and Domluiou uutil proper rules were drawn up, and I was backed up in this by Kngland, America, and one or tv.o other natioui:. it wui dccidcd. however, to form the federation which gives promise to lo a great power iu the empire of sport. It will lead to a uniform deilnition of an amat...

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