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ATHLETIC LESSONS WORTH LEARNING. PRESIDENT OF THE AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION OF AUSTRALASIA SPEAKS PLAINLY ON OLYMPIC TEAM ORGANISING AND CONTROL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

. ATHLETIC LESSONS WORTH LEARNING. PRESIDENT OF THE AMATEUR ATHLETIC UNION OF AUSTRALASIA SPEAKS PLAINLY ON OLYMPIC TEAH ORGANISING AND CONTROL. ' (BY A 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND THE ARROW' SPECIAL.) One. of tho best known links In we eject ing cfcAln oi athletics between Auatr.\i:-'U anl the other parta of the British Empire, at ^-11 as with Europe and the United States of A~»' ri;.\, is Mr. It. Coombcs, ^ho represents An.-traKa anU .SeiT/ Zealand on the Internatioail Olympic Committee — and ha& done &o for sc'a-. -ftccn years past, la the ' circumstance* r'.* view on the work accomplished by .\-:.-:ra!la and New Zealand through the ??Fe-n. -i ot Kmplre' tU'll) and 'firth Olympiai* 1?!-) toufs'musi prove of great interest— partt- .'.a. jy as he led too expediticu to London in r.4l» and according to the ideas o{ a good many- ? spe cially those in other Slates and the l'oy.olon of New Zealand— 3hould have been at the acad of tho team wblvh visited sjtocknolm. Aaked to c.\...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

SWIMMING. I Manly Club, l.Vrds brace relay handicap (t»o In a j tesm), MjoIv Baths : Rose Bay Club, 220yda handirap. | !(-'-? Bat Baths t M. CJeoe^e Club, 100yds handicap. | Itnghtmi I lath* ; Metro, wlitan Indies* Club, r«int-s?ore ' r» Ladie«* Domain Bath» j Stdney iJsdies* Ciub. point ! ? - ' r r ra-c. Heir Bay ; M'dnr.v i'lnb,' 10TH d* Swannfll Cup i I Han'::..ip if:d vlub poll* competition. Domain Bsths. j

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

GOLF. I Royal Sidney Club, foursome* handicap J Concord Club, handicap' bogey competition for Jlr. Bligh'i tro phy' ; Dobroyde Club, stroke competltvm ; Drummoyne Club, bogey handicap ; Killara Club, bogey handicap ; Mar.ly Club, handicap stroke foursomes for Mr. R. W. I'ntchetf* ' trophie* ; Bonnie Doon Club, consolation knock-out handicap.- ? . . I

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SHORT STORY A DAY AMONG KANGAROOS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

SHORT STORY A DAY AMONG 1..2 KANGAROOS. (By WILL H. OGILViE, IN THE 'ILLUSTRATED I SPORTING AND DRAMATIC NEWS.') 'j 'When are we to have that kangaruj hunt 7' 1 asks the blue-eyed cousin from S,-do.\v. At l int a day Is n*«l, a day stolen from the* busy life a ^'c,f,tPr', »herp station, and we gulhor at ihe stoi-ky.irj to cboosc our horse-*. Mnlslc, 1 ?/. co,.,-rHC' ''!)! r,?c her Orown Dtichesa , I Hlue Lyes will take Dexter because he Is ateadv nnd reliable and docs not mil! ? 1...1. midnight because of hla staying power and I cleverness hi rough ground : Hob v.5|| i-ldo Orownloek. of cou»*.ie ? Max will have Navigator It the little chestnut docs not buck him off -it Marling : nnd we'll ride Loyal H^art. be cause the dear old chap doe* not like to be left nut of a hum, or any fun' that ia going. Down j to the yard with the brldlce ; and then the 1 catching of the chosen J %Vhat dodging an:l spluttering round .In the dust! 'Look out for Navigator's heels 'Stop Duchess, stop her J' ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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IMPRESSIONS OF THE KEYS-McCOY CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

IMPRESSIONS OF THE KEYS-McCOY CONTEST. (By 'SOLAR-PLEXUS.') After meetlni? Hock Keys four limes and suf- 1 ferlng defeat twice and a draw once. Kid McCoy has at last secured the winner's end. This happy Incident for the plucky ynunr; Victorian took j place »: tin* Stadium on Saturday lo the pre- | -ence of an onormous attendance. j The result forms a happy prelude to what ? happened a few days later, when McCoy took ! unto himself a wife. One withe* the young ! couplc every nucccsa and happiness. I The fact that Keys fought every inch of tbe : way in twenty of the most vigorous round* ever BILL SONTER, Th# Clarence River boner, now in Sydney leekfna witnessed at the Stadium is proof positive that he had got himself Into perfect condition. Yet, from a boxing point of vlcw,;he was not nearly up to his usual clever form. Hock bad evidently made the same mistake that many other boxe/s have lu doing loo much road work and not sufficient boxing. lor on Saturday laBt he was as u Hon right'...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS OF SPORT?. BOXING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

ODDS AND ENDS OF SPORT COXING. The Joe WalUs acd Monty Andrtws.eontest K to take place at the Newtown Railway aad Tramway Club to-nl*ht. The amateur boxing tournament in connec tion *!th the Railway and Tfamway Club will commoner on Monday. December 9. Particulars are advertised. CRICKET. S. Small, the Paddington cricketer, playlft? lor the G.P.O. v Tbe Barracks on November H, made lit retired in an hour. In one over h' hit five sixes and one four— fast scoring, -oi««dde»lng thai three of the boundaries only ccunted two and the other four. It Is the third ceutury he has made for the G.P.O. this season.

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

AMATEUR BOXING foDRNAMXNf' vi!l eo^mfner -it th RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY I'M ». O i OVNi lL ST., NEWTOWN. MONUAY. PECEMUi !: ? Triie* value ill !*? given in - j U ' ? on. Eu. try Fee, 2,'ti. Kntriei Eri-lav. IV.. t Entry form und further j.jrti.*n!ar« iiijj lv ? my time a; the cltib-room*. J. S. /?- A N T E R B V R Y F\ Tt K i: . c ifjp I ^ ? TO DAY. ? I ? * [?] The spring ater from Orkney Islam used

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

MOTORING. Tbc Motor-cycle Club of New South Wales la to decide its twice postponed first event ln caa nectioo with the Speedwell trophy this after i-oon. Owing to nn error in distance beini discovered last Saturday, the event had to be postponed. This afternoon, at Rose Bay, the Motor Yacht Club Is to decide a sencral handicap, for wbifn the following arc the entries and starting times: —Baby Revonuh IF. Albcrtl 3.28.15, Coccorico iR. Lee)'.'53.3'».na, Kelvin (B. Pearson) 3.33.30, Mouete -A. Hoitj 3.34.0»i, Corlnnc (G. Sand* manj 3.15.30. Don ('J. A. CopeUnd) 3.36.15, Skeeter tW. Cans. Mo«eley).'. 3,35.30, Aigion tJ. H; HinehcllfTo iwp.nn.- Ourga: IN. Harvey) ir.W.la. Weslh^h (0. H.' Henry) .'3-.40.30. Lily (K, J. Evan*) :r.U.15. Gipsy tG^Bafraclough) 3.41.16, Hcna (ReS.:HolmeaV :i.41'.30, Fl'.FI U. (A. E. J. Steele) n.41.3', Ottawa (J. Ross Brown) 3.45.45, Ullllken -H. F. Marfccll).' &49.00.' N.T.B. (E. C. Grlflith) 3.4l».3«». Alex iLleo* D'e&ne) 3.49.45, N«* 1 angl...

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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS CANTERBURY PARK RACES. (By "PILOT.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS CANTERBURY PARK RAGES. (By 'PILOT,') FLYING HANDICAP : MALHEUR ? t Winning Post .. .. ? ? ~ 2 Mulford ? v. 3 JUVENILE STAKES : ARICIA ? , Seize ? ** ** ' ** i STEWARDS' MILE : PON FRISCO .... , Lord Mervyn ? *' * Lord Hybla .. .. ? ,, // ^ ** |[ PARK STAKES: KASTERTIDE ....... 1 Border Kin* ? .* '* ** ** 2 Kentucky Girl ,, ? ? '* *' j CANTERBURY. HANDICAP: angf;lique ,. ^ .. ! Mipcrpe .. .. «1' ?? '? !I 2 .Stratbroyalo M ^ j WELTER HANDICAP Z AYR GIRL ? — — 1 ' Laily Malster m M M 2 Winning Post .. .. .. .. .. .. .. J I (By 'THE SCOUT,') FLYING HANDICAP : MULFORD ? j Asbbr ?? - ? '2 Irishman ? ? 3 JUVENILE STAKES : BRATTLE ? l Lepta ? '? Zlntl ? ? .. ? ? 3 STEWARDS' MILE : LORD HYBLA or BON FRISCO. PARK STAKES': ' ORZIL1TE ? ? ? ? ? 1 Caedmon .. .. ? ? 2 Border King ? 3 CANTERBURY HANDICAP : STRATHROYALE ? 1 . Olive Green ? - ? 2 Delorlura ? ? ? ? .. 3 WELTER HANDICAP : PERVERSION ? 1 Malheur ? 2 Ayr Girl ? 3

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

CA N I t R B l* R Y r A R K RACES, TO-DAY. ^ TO-DAT.

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BOXING WORLD THE STADIUM FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

BOXING WORLD J* J* BY M RIGHT-CROSS ** j* j» THE STADim nXTintS. I le.-nlgat : Paul Til-'v. Jn.-.v Head. Wednesday nigh*., N'vember 2* : Lion B.-mitdn v. Hrrt). McC'oj. -*v«mbcr 30: Je*n I\-r.«v JlocW he**. Wcdnts-Jj». Litcraber I : Paul Til \.'s»d .Sullivan. * 'BE FIRST I ' 'Vive la France !' chlrrupcd a distinctly Gallic but very cqueaky voice behind the Frcnch i 'corner' whp.i Kr-me «n Wednesday night leal, scored her first boxing success in Aus tralia. The victor, Ercolc do Balzac, charged across to the vanquished mao's angle to shako hands with badly dated and limp Ernie Zanders. Baliac's army, of /re nth seconds bolted otter their principal and 'shouldered-' htm buck to be treated before being passed out lo his dress ing-room. There was much excitement In th-; immediate neighborhood of the winner's chntr . it buzzed while tongues flattered freely. Mean; ; while Mons. Tavlunl, who has acted as inter- ! preter for and tdviser gener.il to the hoys Irom , 'furrlc' ports, since the...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ATHLETICS. CLUB MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

ATHLETICS. CLUB MEETING . - ? Tbe 'principal feature of Wednesday -evtnlng'i i lub meeting at ihe Snort? Ground' was a half* mile biodienp. iprn to member* of- ihe .N.S.W. A. A. A. Secretary J.. H. ^eKinnon, of East.Syd noy Club. whi':n promoted the event, won u trom 'f»yds In L'min 01,6sec. his fellow mark* R. A. Anson. In Ing. second, and G. Powell. laydt, third. Newtown, Y.M.C.A., Rsdfen. East Sydney. .South Sydney, Botany, and Leiti* hardt Harriers all- promoted club events. In the South Sydney section. F. E. Bfa»*p was placed in tvery event— four in all. Tu* variety was as follow* : — 100yds handicap. I irr ' * handicap, putting 151b shot, and 12ftyds brrV' ? 'a'irtlcaps. Beaver won the 'shot-put.' ~ ?' Jioroml in the JOOyaa and hurdles. ;ind third th r Jioydn. Secretary G. r. S. Parke captur 1 the lOflyds. R. Hull also got a place lu every event pr--* 'noted by Botany Harriers, winning 220 and 14 - yan.a handicaps, and being third in the hop* Mop. ami-Jump. W, Lonard was secon...

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

SPORTS SPECIALISTS. McMillan deery & co. lys. OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TILL 9 PM. &YDNZY SfOBTB BliPOT , / (Opp«ita U*u\ AoAnltx), - 7. 3S Castlor«agh Stroet Sydaey. ? If you know a better'Busmess Puller than the '-Sunday Times'* advertise in it. It would be your duty. But you don't.1 The''Sun- day Timr.s' goes into the home —into more homes in New South Wales, than any other paper. Anci 'it is read — all of ,.. j.tr... itA3 read by all the fatnily. ~ jhen'lt.Ia 'pi^ib^ for another read or two later on. It givea the advertiser just the kind of publicity he requires — and bumping measure. Necessarily the results are excellent,

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ROSEBERY RACES. (By "THE SCOUT.") SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

rosebery races. (By 'THE SCOUT,') SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 23. NOVEMBER HANDICAP : First Division. CIRCUMSPECT or LADY MURILLO, Second Dlrlslon.' Experiment or adeli.ve. FOURTEEN-ONE MAIDEN HANplCAf ; GI.ORY .. ?? — ? - J I'.rldgcfleld ? ? ? ?? ?? - f-'inofcy Capo ? ? ' 3 FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP : First Dlvlslbn. ' MISS F1EI.D or CHINA. Second Division. SMITHTOWN or HAPPY KIT. ? TRIAL STAKES : LORANEE or. Q'^LAN. FOURTEEN HANDS' HANDICAP : FUlEBELL ?? ?? ? ? * .1 M» Pcirsy'-- ? ' ' '* 3 ? Lati- 'Bcauchamp .. ?? - ROSEBEltY HANDICAP CRIMSON AND BLACK... , ? ? .V.'..*.' .. 3 APPROVED WELTER MIW! : ? ' [,qn-q loch or . cram a.

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

HAVE YOU A STIFF LEG ! GET A 1. 6 TUBE J OF 1 SANTOW'S ; CONCEMRATED HUMAN EMBROCATION AND THEN YOU WILL DE RIGHT. '

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

. .trivata aro .being .woo ,.!» -the Tennc:- an ? adtoh® can -do a 'fln.l 1 -O lobe ' ? Final'. . somtthlng- dbtar In It Is re simple ? . Fdllow tho golden 'Finals' In every ? bjfore Christmas.., Let ABdK^o»6b*.

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

NEW ROOFED STADIUM THE LARGEST AND HKST Iigni'I'KD BOXING AitKXA IN- THE WOULD. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. CHEAT INTERNATIONAL LIGHT-WEIGHT CONTEST, PAUL TIL (France) v. JACK READ (Australia) BOX PLAN NOW OPKX at Aullr.lia ; McMillan, Dccry and Co.. ly Cjjtlerrjgh-strcft ; ami Kj?t\vjy'.«, 3^) Gcortfir-strc-.-t. NEXT WEDNESDAY NIGHT. LEON BERNSTEIN (France) v. HERB McCOY (Australia* NEXT THURSDAY AFTERNQON AND EVERY THURSDAY DURING THE PRESENT SE A. SOX, COMMENCING AT 3 P.i' A Great Boxing and Athletic Programme -a ill be carried fM|-' toa'priiing UOXIXG, SHADOW-SPARRIXG, BALL-rUNCiUXG, SKIPPING AXD TRAINING EXE'RC'Is'Li*. MOD TEN ROC. VD CONTEST. Itegio v. Dunleavy IIYE TIIREE-nOl'ND CONTEST*-, TRAINING EXHiniTms? BY POESY, KEYf, PAUL TIL, AND -ID SLLL1VAN. First-elm Muaical Prorrammf. Afternoon Tra and Refreshment* provided for Ladles. ADMISSION : 'i/- iod J/. Ladiei acccKpAnicd by Gcotlcmcu, flLLL. £1-MLND COVELL, becictarj*

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

CRICKET JOTTINGS. j (By 'RAMBLER.') jWpRe the abscnce of Thomas Andrews, Pe uWbam had nv difficulty in obtaining tu.- 5m ; mas neccssary for u llrrt-lnnlngs victory ovtv , Itlcbv *: Wcniworth P«trk. You dee, ;t *«i a batsman's w»v!«et. and tiic vondltioaa of th lirst day were revt«cd. i John Scott #:ent nt the bowling In dashing . lasblon and quickly ran his acorc from 14 '-?- I 41, vben he v-at caught ull rival faat bowler. J A.' Cotter. ... j When tbe sixth wicket fell ot 73, a slight j doubt existed .'.a to whether tho Glsbo ioUil i would be reached, but the svurdlly-butlt N. | TalB'y ployed very ccteriHlnlag cricket, and. , with Norris, gave the visitor* a lead ot I runs before he lost his mate, who bad givca a bound display for 22. Tallby was out almost Immediately. He I torely lifted bis foot when playing forward to one from Freeman, and with the quickncs--. : of lightning Gerry whipped oil the balls. U was a remarkably fine piece of stumping. Glebe bad a merry second Innings....

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

f CRICKET BAT BEPAlBS i:.u.l on* . W. ELGA1 y 'VIctflr' T/umper'» At 57 King si- Arcade, fr,'f J. Pranon'l.) ' ? , . 7EKMS RACQUET REPAIRS, 'g ' i L VM...V J

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A CRICKET REFORMER. F.R. SPOFFORTH'S SUGGESTION DEMON BOWLER ASKS FOR LIVELIER CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 23 November 1912

A CRICKET REFORMER. F.'R: SPOFfORTH'S SUGG^ON - . DEMON BOWLER A.-ucg T-op T.TyrT.TP.R l l CRICKET. Most papers bavc had articles tram time to time about crlckct reform, and this year tbero' have been many more than usual, and to a cer tain extent the had wickets may be rcoponslble. ' The game of crl- ket has been played under praetlenlly the same rules and rondltlons for at least fortv years; Jn fa«t. I know of no alters-, tlons which would he notlce-l by tbo spectator, except the ulfernff'in In the number of halls per over and bowlers not being allowed trial balls. of the UrltlMi Isles have greatly changed. . Tbey were forty years ago quit** contented, to drlva In tabs, etc.; now they want motor-cars and aeroplanes; they muvt travel by tho famest tralns nnd stewmers; and iorty years ago tbcr« v;cre manv less theatres and music-halls, and no picture palaces. « No golf worth mentioning was played In tho cricketing counties, und lawnitcnnls was hardly, played at all; therefore, th* p...

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