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BIG EVENTS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

BIG EVENTS ABROAD. In the biggest annual motor cycle (speed classic, held at Dodge City. Kansas (U.S.A.). over a two miles dirt speedway, on American Independence Day, July 4. Harley Davidson motor cycles, for the second time, in this an nual event, were victorious, and broke all Dre vious records over this track. According to information received by the local agents, Irving Jenke, on a Harley Davidson, secured first place, doing the distance of 300 miles in 3hr 45min 36sec. Clymer, also on a Harley David son, broke the 100-mile dirt track record, doing the distance in lhr llmin 45sec, averaging over 83 miles per hour. At the Sheepshead Bay meeting. New York. held during the same week. Jenke, on a Harley Davidson. lowered the 200-mile record, doing the distance in 2hr 27min 22sec. Harley Davidson riders also secured first four places in the 100 miles feature event.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TO-DAY'S ROAD RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

TO-DAY'S ROAD RACING. Enfield-Burwood Club. — Eight miles, local course. Central Cumberland. — Ten miles, Parramatta course. Newtown Cub.— Twenty miles, Bunnerong course. Marrickville Club. — Eight miles, Enfield Bankstown course. Ashfield Club.— Ten miles. Enfield course

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLISTS' UNION MOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

CYCLISTS' UNION MOVES. The Council of the Cyclists' Union on Wci nesdo- next, at the Sports Club, will try to get the amateur side of the sport going again. The business will be to elect an executive and status and record committees, arrange the affiliation fee for the year, and elect a chairman. Ten delegates form a quorum, and clubs arc requested to be fully represented. Whether amateurism is to he revived or not will depend ujjuu *» 'iuuiuiii u\.iii£ pic^ciji. ourcjy acje gates have sufficient interest in the sport to at tend the meeting. If they do not, then there will be nothing doing until the next annual meeting. The club delegates have the future of the amateur side of the sport in their own hands. Dulwich Hill will decide an eisht miles road race over the Enfield-Bankstown course to-day. The Ashfield Club continues its active policy of regular racing for its members. Two track meetings at Pratten Park are to be promoted, ir. addition to road events.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PROFESSIONAL BODY AND AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

PROFESSIONAL BODY AND AMATEURS. The League of Wheelmen is extending its sphere of operations. It will probably come as a shock to most followers of the sport to know that the professional governing body will in future cater for amateurs. According to the secretary, application has been received from a new club at North Sydney for affiliation under the amateur rules, and several applications have been received through delegates for permission to register under the amateur rules of the League. These, it is said, will be granted when lodged in proper form. Many years ago the League had its amateur class. It was a Fet scheme of Mr. A. E. ('Widow') O'Brien, and for a time was a big success. The 'Simon Purcs' of the League made it too hot, however, there being a good deal of betting. Mr. H. D. Mclntosh, who had only just recently taken up the position of referee, in addition to the secretaryship of the League, immediately abolished the amateur class, and they had then to race as professio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

SPORTING REPAIR WORK A SPECIALTY We employ a h-:?.c st.itf o! Expert Workmen for repairing all kinds of Gun;, Rifles, Revolvers, Tennis Rackets, Crbket Bats, Golf Club::, S!ut;3, Fishing Rods, Reek, etc. Chargci rnodcrat:. Send as your Repairs now, r.nd when doing so, kindly attach name and address to article, j Absolute Satisfaction Guaranteed in al! work undertaken f~l'T~\TnPV OK on: H.tV-TH.\TKU Sl'OlMS | ! MVIIIS W.l'MiTMTA' .U'U:i 1-T.lU.Wai I | U=T. HIKE ON_RKQi:r-S-r. _ _[ I ? V.'±-l-l.*: ? ! AoS'irCALIA'S GKEATEST ..i CM'.Ta' OUT I-'ITTEUS AND TOBACCONISTS. CITY SPORTS DKPOT : 119 KING STir^iiT: i.1--, at '.'. r.WCASTJ.r. .-.::?] IUMSB,' I.E.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

I . ? I A. BYERS a £ ; (MEMBER TATTERSALL'S CLUB, SYDNEY.)' ?v. VICTORIAN CLUB, MELBOURNE. | ? | Now Open — | A.J.C. and V.R.C. Derbies i\: Epsom and Metropolitan I Caulf ield and Melbourne Cups II DOUBLE, STRAIGHTOUT, PLACE ft ASK FOR LATEST PRICE LISTS \!^ ? If STARTING PRICE, WIN OR PLACE j;k ? .?}{. ALL GOVERNMENT LICENSED RACECOURSES IN AUSTRALASIA. ' ! ||; SUFFICIENT ADDRESS— A. BYERS, SYDNEY. I

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GOLF NOTES PERSONAL GOSSIP AND OTHER CRISP COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

GOLF NOTES PERSONAL GOSSIP AND OTHER CRISP COMMENT By TEE TEE. I gave my ideas on handicapping some weeks 1 ago in relation to the Leura Pot. Of course, 1 the method of giving strokes here is too well fl known to repeat. Mr. H. C. Fowtics gives !i the following information regarding the i methods for determining handicaps for four- jj ball and foursomes in vogue at Oikmont, V U.S.A. : 'J 'Our scale is designed entirely for foursomes. L We found both in mixed foursomes and in I men's foursomes that a scratch player when /? coupled with a handicap partner and given one-half of the combined handicap of the two, almost invariably came in a winner. This you can readily understand. The scratch player got the benefit of his partner's handicap and ? did about three-quarters of the playing. The Ji scale for foursomes is based on a penalty ? graded in accordance with the difference in ? the handicaps of the two partners. Where this 1 difference is six to ten, 5 per cent, is deducted from the ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ATHLETICS C. C. CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BRISBANE AND ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

ATHLETICS C C. CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BRIS ZANE AND ADELAIDE By ARGUS. Two State cross-country championships will be decided this afternoon — one in Queensland and the other in South Australia. In the event at Rocklea, near Brisbane, we will have a N.S.W. representative in the per son of S. Sheaves, of the Olympic A-A.C, whilst Len Mathews, who for a considerable period was a member of the East Sydney A.A.C., will be a runner in the Adelaide event. The postponed three miles 'Thornton' road race will b: decided under the auspices of the Botany Harriers this afternoon. The trysting place is Thornton's Hotel, Mascot. Members of the East Sydney A.A.C. will as semble at the Rose Bay Baths this afternoon for a five miles handicap road race. Sydney Junior Harriers will have an event this afternoon at Rushcutters Bay OvaL To-morrow will see a numerous contingent of Botany Harriers, under the leadership of Hon. Secretary J. J. Walshe, in action at French's Forest in connection with the clear ing o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

v£y HOW GOLDIN APPEARS: HEIGHT ? 5ft 4iin WEIGHT ? 13st 71b HAIR ? Dark Brown EYES ? Brown, with green tinge TEETH ? ? ? Full APPETITE'. ? Excellent Somewhat Jewish cast of face, with clear skin; nose prominent. Eyes hardly as bright as several stage beauties we know; but keen. v Mr. Goldin carries his weight well. He has a brisk step for a man of his bulk, and has a habit of turning his head quickly to note matters. Pleasing manner. 'Has friends in both places '--and no wonder. fTjS^^^y, H0W T0 WIN THE £25 1 1& Altf' f ' I And * ^^ TICKET to THE TIV0LI THEATRE for 12 Months. 1 .'¥11 f I j TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. f| Ml II HORACE GOLDIN will Appear in Disguise fl fj £ ' ' SI AT 6.30 O'CLOCK in MARTIN PLACE if| I Hi /S SI AT 7 °'CLOCK in RAILWAY SQUARE it I tt | I ^0***^ jj f AT 7-20 O'CLOCK in front of the ARROW OFFICE §& J \ I /^^ ^^'N. jJw- /I AT 7l3° °'CLOCK 5n front of ^e TIVOLI THEATRE. H| » V# Jn*st&1P^*£$! JMtiik 1 ^ Mi During those times and in a...

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THE RIFLE COUNTRY SHOTS VISIT RAND. WICK: WEEK'S NEWS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

THE R/FLE I COUNTRY SHOTS VISIT RAND f W/CK : WEEK'S NEWS By RANGE-FINDER. H. Hamc. of Sydney, got an 'inner' on Saturday at 500 yards. Nothing extraordinary about the 'inner': the point is that his remain ing 13 shots were all in the 'bull'— 69 out of In their recent hard-fought contest, wherein Roseville beat Lane Cove by a margin of two. the winners were assisted by a recruit named Maze, while Lane Cove included in its team a youngster named Motion. Motion put on 62 out of 65 for 13 rounds at 300 yards, while Maze .icounted for 57. If the pair persevere with their practice, and continue to show form like this, they may hope to catch the eye of the selectors when teams are picked for this season's 'D' Grade. The Railway Club will in future mark its firing point with an appropriate flag — one bear ing a locomotive on a background of dark trecn. The (lag is the gift of Miss Case, daugh ter of Captain A. il. Case. Western Suburbs varied the usual 'married' versus 'Single' teams' matc...

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THE WARWICK FARM PROTEST PLACE BETTORS SUFFER. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

THE WARWICK FARM PROTEST PLACE BETTORS SUFFER. The protest at Warwick Farm on Saturday last was a much-discussed subject during the week, and a point was raised that in view of the fact that at the most La Balfour only in terfered with Applique and Bandoliero, would il not have been wiser of the s;cwards to place La Balfour third, thereby considering place bettors. They have the power to do this, as rule 201 says : 'If any objection to a horse that has won or been placec in a race be de clared valid, the horse may cither be disquali fied for the race; or if the objection upheld be in respect of an interference in the race with the chance of any horse placed by the judge, the stewards may, if they thinX fit, place the horse immediately after any horse whose chance has, in the opinion of the stewards, been interfered with.'

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LAWN TENNIS KILLARA WAR FUND TOURNAMENT FINISHES TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

LAWN TENNIS KILLARA WAR FUND TOURNA-l MENT FINISHES TO-DAY By AUSTRAL. This afternoon should see the practical if not the actual completion of the Killara Club's tournament in aid of the Y.M.C.A. Field Ser vice Fund, which has proved such a great suc The events still to be completed arc the mixed doubles which have been advanced to the final stage, the pairs left being L. Deane and Miss Lewers and Hale and Miss Maclean. In the men's double Garrctt and Percy ari to meet Rice and Todd. and with the assistance h * mT'''5 ch;:ndicaP I'-V set home: but Rice should be in fine form after his holiday up the Mountains, where he has been playing on chip courts, and Lindsay Todd has been showing nne form recently. Both G.irrctt nnd Percy play a good forcing game, and this will enable tnem to malic the best of their handicap. The winning pair will then meet Brcnnan and H. Harper in the final, and I rather fancy that whichever pair survives from the dm match will win the second al-.o. Tor one th...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WITH THE SPRING HORSES CONDIDATES BEGINNING TO MOVE ALONG SMARTLY [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

WITH THE SPRING HORSES CONDI DATES BEGINNING 'TO MOVE ALONG SMARTLY By CARDIGAN. If ever a horse looks ready to commence a solid preparation for the Sprint; it is Woorak. Of course, he is as yet very lusty, but he also is soiid. and is always wanting to gallop on the track. I.' might be mentioned he is ridden in his work by L. Walker, which rather points to that rider being on him in his forthcoming engagements. K. Urackeu has ridden him in his races for the Ia3t couple of seasons, and his s'.ylc of ridiny suited the fiying chestnut. However. Walker is a rood horseman, and if he does ride .Uie son of Traquair that hone will not suffer on the cccrc of horsemanship. Woorak. in addition to the Epsom and Metro politan, is engaged in the Caulfield Cup. but without knowing anything definite, it is pretty safe .to say the Epsom will be his special mis sion. Foulsh.v.n's other horses, Kcdfcrn and Sydian, both look all right, and the former is nearly, if not quite, the absolute favorite for ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE HONOR LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

THE HONOR LIST. In spite of the thrc.T.enip.5 weather there was a good muster at Randwiclc last Saturday and the bulk of the targets were in use throughout the afternoon. Shooting was con fined to the short and middle ranges, the fol lowing being the best efforts of the day : 700 Yards. A. Bourke (Auburn). 14 shots ? 60 600 Yards. R. Roberts (Reg.-Gen.':i Dcpt.) .. 2S, 33— 61 500 Yards. H. Harvic (Sydney). 14 shc-ts .. 34. 35—69 „ „ 300 Yards. R. C. Broomham (K. jydncy). 14 33, 33—66 200 Y.-.rds. P. Lawless (Belmont), 14 shots .. :.l, 35 — 68 J. Garland (Belmorc). 1- shots .. 35. 33—63

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THE CYCLIST THE PROFESSIONAL BODY TO CATER FOR AMATEURS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

THE CYCLIST THE PROFESSIONAL BODY TO CATER FOR AMATEURS By BEDE CARROLL. The annual report presented by Hon. Secre tary M. Mackay to the annual mteting of the Lcasu: of N.S.W. Wheelmen' was a voluminou3 affair. It dealt with events of the past year, what is now doing, and wl:a'. ihc future pro mises. Despite strenuous times the League is in an excellent position. While the financial statement discloses a decrease of 50 p=r cent, in the re ceipts, the credit balance increased 100 p« ttr.:. owing to careful management. In recognition of his efforts on behalf of the r.ovcrninr body Mr. H. Mackay was presented with a purse of sovereigns. During the year 20 open fixtures were held, and pr--c-moncy to the value of £750 dis tributed. . The future is looked forward to with con fidence, anJ. provided nothing unusual happens, it is hoped that by the end of the next financial year the position will be improved to the ex tent of £150. The report recommends the encouragement o! junior racing, an...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SMALL BORE NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

SMALL BORE NOTES. , On Tuesday evening, an Ultimo team visited the Fort Kacquarie Depot, and in a match against the Fort Club wo.-, easily bv 470 to 427. The following were the scores ? Ultimo : G. Wright 67. H. Cluprnan 67, E. C. Still 65, A. J. Riley 64. D. Chapman 63, H. Dixon 63. and G. Millar 61. Total 470. Fort Macqucrie : H. Goddard 66. W. Mit chell 64. W. Rawiinso.i 60. M. McCarthy 59. J. Bladder 53, R. Dudley 59, F. Crd: 59. Ultimo also fired a ir.alch at the Railway Institute Range against the newly-formed Rsil way Staff Office Club. As could only be ex pected, Ultimo won, but it was no runaway £1.'' for_5::otes « the finish read 507 to 492. rhe 6taff men are improving every day. and it is noteworthy that when they previously shot asainst Ultimo, about a month ago. their ave rage was 57. This time the figures show an average of 61.5. The scores were : Ultimo : II. Dixon 67, G. Wright 67, H. Cnapman 66, A. Slapp 03. I-'. Cork 62. G. Mil lar 02. R. Dudley C2. E. C. S:i!l 53....

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TIPS FOR WALLSEND TO-DAY By The Arrow Correspondent. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

TIPS FOR WALLSEND TO-DAY By The Arrow Correspondent. Appended are the fancies of our Wallsend correspondent for the local race meeting this afternoon : — PLATTSBURG HANDICAP. LORD NAGAR ? 1 Odd Gun ? 2 Main Feather ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP. TARCET ? 1 King Hampton ? 2 Saona ? 3 NURSERY HANDICAP. LADY LELA ? 1 Dandelion ? . . 2 Lusitan ? 3 TOWN PLATE HANDICAP. OFFA ? 1 Lady Boniform ? 2 Extra Special ? 3 MARYLAND HANDICAP. LORD CLARIT ? 1 New Brew ? 2 Foxglove ? 3 FINAL HANDICAP. CHALLENGE CROSSE ? 1 Bob Bunsow ? 2 Valiant King ? '' 3 N. Stuart, with whom Sir Fife fell in the Keilor Hurdle Race at Flcmington last week, l'as his right arm and collarbone broken; whili his brother, H. Stuart, who had a fall off Jack Rice in the Grand Nationel Hurdle Race, had, it appears, his collarbone broken. Mr. 'S. A. Rawdon' has entered a couple of colts for the Great Northern Derby, to be run at the Auckland Racing Club.'s Summer meet ing. These are Seigneur (Comedy King — Our Queen) and Stern (Charlem...

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TO-DAY'S FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

TO-DAY'S FIaTURES. A-sii lilnl \V.-.:.-liM.-'i;.ii Xir'h fviliirv IS £i;ir:::'rlum fo'.-kaluu IhuVail I'i',WL'''v.'nfi:» TI1V.. K,i:t.n, Si.hurk. .(.r^tnii-iii-ni-ril1. I'rnt. 1 l-uriner uti.l -V. UcH-k-lule l.v.t. PrintiiiK UKic iiuiii!v.!»K J lliinier'ii Mill «a(iiv.us Ix-lilon i)t Fr 'tin ? Him liumlwick Ir.uitiiii !/«m!s l)r|«rtnicnt Wjici- Hoard .Mctiopoliun YnrUhlre Sudo:y Scv. ia-«» iictjijui \jii Lcn^ 2jv)» a period of over thirty years. He is still graded above some of the young players, and !l- a double can do his bit. I had a game recently with another old timer in H. E. Wardcll. Time was when he and Kent formed one of the best pairs in the State, and well I remember a tough fight they had with the brothers Fitzgerald when the latter were the best pair in the State. Later Kent was one of the first to take up golf, and came out ahead in that game, as most tennis | players do. A little later Kent joined the ? great majority at an early age j Wardcll still phys a c!cvcr game...

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A FIGHTING FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

A FIGHTING FAMILY. Stan Youdalc and his brother R.H. passed Capetown on their way to the front just two weeks back, and should by this time br near Europe. Both had a pretty bad time with sea sickness 011 their way to Durbi-. Another brother left last Saturday to return o duty, after sick leave from Gnllipoli. A 'ourth '01 other ir, in France. That makes Mio whole 0' the members of the family who ari cli;ibl;.

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A. B. JONES ENLISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 15 July 1916

A. B. JONES ENLISTS. Alt Jones has pone into camp recently, and j bis enlistment jdds another of our Davis Cup | iren to the tally of tennis players doir.f: their I I'.uty. The only Davis Cup playrrs who have I :ioi gni-c to rio their bit in one way or another arc men now over age. or with lirce famliei .mil the duty of looking after them. The Sydney Club iu also r-.inn'i!; a J.lMcs championship for its club mem! e:i. Wrisht, ihc present captain of the club. Jors not in tend to defend his title but will nrJi.al !?/ play in the doubles with W. A. Clar'*. and units i thr Tndd brothers play tosethcr this pair will Le hard to beat. The grading cf the Sydney Club's members for the ladder system is a bit contrary to ro cent form. In the first place, it puts henry Marsh, the champion qf the State, after Wright and A. B. Jones, and then come Clark and Lindtsy Todd. On recent form and Iate-: iratches Todd should be higher than that. Ju:,t lately he has been holding his own even with Horace R...

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