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DISASTROUS YACHT RACES CREWS KEEP AFLOAT WITH DIFFICULTY Henley Championship to Mirage [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
DISASTROUS YACHT RACES CREWS KEEP AFLOAT WITH DIFFICULTY Henley Championship to Mirage A strong south-westerly breeze and short steep seas proved too difficult for man; yachtsmen on Saturday after noon, in the Gulf and on the 'Port River the races were a series of disas ters, not one event finishing with a full fleet. The conditions in the Gulf were worse than on the river, and for the greater pari. crews were compelled to devote all their attention to remaining afloat. Manoeuvr ing was not considered practicable, it being a feat or skill to complete the course. Mirage (R. Lalng) led from start to finish in the third heat of the club cham pionship sailed at Henley Beach, and. for the second tune, gained the title. Lalng's other success was In 1929. The course was from the Jetty to the southerly buoy uaC bade thence twice round the usual course a distance of eight miles. R.- Bishop, skipper of Wallaby, was compelled to re tire through the mast breaking shortly after the start. Albatr...
SATURDAY'S PENNANT TENNIS Tranmere Finish With Heavy Defeat STURT STILL VICTORIOUS IN B GRADE By "TOP-FLITE" [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
SATURDAY'S PENNANT TENNIS Tranmere Finish With Heavy Defeat STURT SULL VICTORIOUS IN B GRADE By 'TOP-rUTE' Oniy one A Grade match was -played in the pennant section on Saturday, Glen Osmond defeating Tranmere by 12 sets to 2. The latter team was without E. Potheringham, and E. A. Vardon was promoted to fill tbe vacancy. The chief match was the P. D. Hooper-Woolacott encounter. Hooper won the first set, 6 — 3, bat fast the second, 6—5. The Glen Osmond 'shortfitepper' was the sure aggresive in the deciding set, and his determination to main tain the offensive gave him victory at 6—1. atari contawsd their wonderful series at victories tqr defeating North Ade Mate. tour to two m* rubbers. This team, iriu*-*— * *-T the well-known sonottor. V O. BIcks. has lost only one match In ?uai simiiiii Thto teprobably an un wasteaneord for pennant matches. Al taaaah Batten Cw JL) won four more SaBflanSbLeaa. he lost the robber. fbTVore was 6-S. 0-6. 6-6. Re *'^~ A CSADE OUOt OBaCOHD V IKAmiEBB r. D...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
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PENNANT BOWLS PREMIERSHIP Toorak Now in Strong Position SOUTH PARK DEFEATED BY STURT [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
PENNANT BOWLS PREMIERSHIP Tooradc Now in Strong Position SOUTH PARK DEFEATED BY STURT The weather conditions were not conducive to good bowling on Saturday, when the fourteenth series of pennant matches was played. The leading team, Tooratu defeated WalkerrUle by 96 to 88, due to Gfbbons's and Lee's respective scores or 32 to 21 and 29 to 13. Forward (30 to 15) and J. Nottage (24 to 20) were successful for WalkerviOe. Start lessened South Park's chances for the premier ship with a. victory of 102 to 87, G. Thomas securing the big score of 40 to 16. Hughes (Start) also won— 23 to 2L Hutchinson (24 to 22) and Williams (26 to 17) were in the lead for South Park. Semaphore accounted for Parkside by 107 to 72— an its rinks being in the ( ascendant — Bower 25 to 19, Kidd 30 to 14. Mason 25 to 21. and Lodge 27 to 18. Toorak has now established itself In a strong position for the premiership, its record being; ten wins and three losses. Semaphore and South Park, with 81 and 8 successes resp...
MINOR ASSOCIATIONS MEW ADELAIDE [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
DONOR ASSOCIATIONS NEW ADELAIDE Premiership Points.— South Plympton. 52 Points: North Dnley, 48: G. a Wdah^ ?^Co-op™'™ Bakery. 34: Adelaide Demo: ffi.^: S|hg?tey e*01'08 Stock- 25: Results.— a. H. Mlchells. 162 end two r°r «3 (Carrol 33 not out. Burns 32 not out); Laurie, four for 27), v. Amscol 227 (Laurie SO. Rowe 70. Brldgeman 38; Carrol, four for 31; Wilson, three lor 24). Adelaide Democratic. 109 (Mesecke 54: A. Myers, five for 28; Boucher, three for 31), v. Co-operative Bakery, seven for 198 (A. Myers 89. WUloughby 30). Hlghgate. ISO and three (dec.) for 125 (N. Selllck 36 and 36 not out. K. Plmlctt 30 and 73; Irvine, four for 24)). y. Tram ways Boiling Stock. 148 and cne for 127 (L. Raymond 38, Irvine 38. C. Taylor 70. Brown 41 not out; F. Selllck. seven for 54). South Plympton. 89 and six for 146 (Wright 36. Latus 58 not out: Luk*man, six for 27: H. Reffln. three for 27). v. North TJnley. 77 (Burdett 38; G. Earls, five for 42)
PROSPECT V. PORT ADELAIDE (At Alberton Oval) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
PROSPECT V. PORT ADELAIDE (At Albertrm Oval) IJfro«*£^-Pater5On. c. Born. b. Nea£ Ion. 13: R. Barrett, c. Fisher, b. Wayr TS7 C. James, run out. 30: W. Ingram, c Mc Kay, b. Bolman. SO; H. FleetTb. Holman 18: A. Ambler. lJi.w., b. Waye. 0; M. Bas tard, b. Waye, 12; L. Thomnson, iSw b Waye. 0: H. Stock, b. HoImaS. 0- D Jordan b. Holman. 3: M. ChcekTnot out 0; sundries. 8: total. 209. ?.?Sf^'T?* i****1011' -»* lor 20; H. B.nn. none for 12; Q. Fisher, none for 41; T. Waye. four for 35; A. wnilams. none for SinJf^urmf^ery- a°ae f' 26: *? Ho1 Port Adelaide.— a. Fisher. I jj w.. b James. 3: D. O. McKenrl*. not out 14- a S?VwHcke°t^3TU ': tmar- 1: *?« ''' Bowling— -it. Cheek, none for 2- R. R^r nett. none for 10; C. James, one for 7^0. Jordan, none tor 15.
KENSINGTON V. WEST TORRENS (At Thebarton Oval) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
KENSINGTON V. WEST TORRENS (At Thebarton Oval) «5£18lnJ?o9;-5' M Cabe' «=? 8mltn- b 3rUBn. 37; D. K. Kumnlck. c. Walker, b. aanson. 3: R. R. Fenner. b. Qrimn 12;- F. IngUs. c Walker, b. Kevllle. 45; H. Lines, not out. 89: A. Carter, b. Seville, 4- G. R. Puller, b. arlffln. 29; O. McKee Lb» b Munn. 2: R. HU1. b. Orlmn. 8; C. Koehne! A.W.. b. Munn. 3; B. Godden. b. Grlmn, 16: sundries. 9: total. 253. . Bowling — A. Bauson, one for 30; L. Munn two for 79: K. Griffin, five for 73: A. Ke vllle. two for 31; J. Boblnson. none for 31 West Torrens.— A. c. Lucy. sr. HUL b Ptnner. 5: K. Coofee. b. Carter. 22; A. Ke vl'le. b. Carter. 6; A. btaplcy. not out 6; sundries. 6; total (for three widens). 45. BowUne— H. Lines, uose for 53; H. M. Calre. none for 7; B. B. Fenner. occ for 18; A. Carter, two for 1.
MISSED CHANCES Start Fieldsmen At Fault [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
MISSED CHANCES Start fiddmai At Fadt Bad the inMip^i accepted the r*t*n--* afforded them. Adelaide would have been rtlstnUiied for a moderate total at the way Oral. The Stun bowlers at times perfocmed_weU. but they did not Twelve ?SafiratS^ ^s£ Msssgt g«w»»blpof 95 by A. J. Ryan and O-Bellly. OBelUy. who was top-scorer for the side was missed at 54. and. after his dismissal, ths bowlers assumed the ascen dancy. Wickets fell rapidly until seven were down for 178. when Funnagan and C. B. Byan added 29 for the eighth wloket. The position was unproved by an unfin ished ninth wicket partnership between Byan and Shane. At stumps the pair had added 73. Hablch was the best of the Sturt bowlers. He bowled 24 overs ,ln succession. Scores:— ADELAIDE A. J. Byan. c N. H. Button, b Hablch 48 B. O*Bellly. Lb.w^ b. Button ? 69 8. B. Jaffer. c E B. Button, b. Duttan IT D. V. Kmgsley. c Oould. b. TTsBich .. 0 V. Teo. c. R. H. Button, b. Laycoefc .. 13 W Chandler, b. w.wwh .. .. .. .. .. 16 J. JtcCsrr...
PROSPECTS BIG SCORE University Bowling Trounced [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
PROSPECTS BIG SCORE UatferiHy Bowling Tronncetl TJknaOy pamstakroitty slow. U A. Smith mt out after runs with a win in the match hetwssu Prospect and University. He snored US In the good time of 225 minute*. With Barker, he added £0 runs In 23 minutes. SB of them being scored by the hard-hfttms; Prospect captain. Smith gave only one chance— at 71 — and Included In his total woe 17 fours. P. T^ewto. former Korth Adelaide and State footballer. hatted attractively, scoring 42 In 31 atmutes. Only one maidrn was bowled during the afternoon— by Whltlngton. Scores: — PBO6PSCT M. O. Matheson, b. Hughes ? 16 I*. A. Smith, b. Smith ? 156 !?. T. Gun. c w-«ycr, b. WilUngton 22 A. B. Barkei. c Sangster, b. Clarkson 47 H. E Daw. c. KrantE. b. Clarkson .. 5 U R. Lewis b. Hughes ? 14 T. H. Plnlaysan, not out ? .. 41 P. Lewis, not out ? ?? .. 42 Byes 14, leg-byes 4. wldes 3 ? 21 Total (for six wickets) ? ~374 1 2 3 4 S S 28 04 188 194 348 302 Bowling K. K.Hughrs ? 17' — 98 2 C. B. Sangster .... 13 —...
EAST TORRENS SCORE Century to Palmer [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
EAST TORRENS SCORE Ceatary to Palmer Palmer and Biggins were the outstanding hstsman tor Bast Torrens In the match After these two and Brauer and B. O. Wil liams, had been at the wickets for the ?raster part of the afternoon, the tail-enders weer dismissed In aulck snoeesslao. Palmer «minrlliWI 139 In 200 minutes, and hit 22 touts. Be g« irn-j many runs by powerful drives. Stains betted for 94 minutes, and hit audit tours. Jamleson. who was brought on lat» m the afternoon, was the mast suc i wiful bowler for Kensington. At one stage lie secured two wickets with successive bans. Scone:— . BaSTTOBBENS W. S. Bm-Smlth. c Packham. b. Sbepley 4 C H. Mam. e. Johnson, b. Shepley .. S J. S. Palmer, c Snenter. b. Jamleson . 139 J. M. SlCTms. b. Loverldge ........ 68 & W. Bramr. c Ucyte. b. Bttrllne .... S9 R. O. wmtsms. b. Jamleson ? 3S If. Williams, c Sbepley. b. Jamleson .. 6 I». C Brtdfcland, b. Johnson .., ? 0 P. & Thompson, not out ? 5 R. T. Karen, e. Bowley. b. Johnson ....
EAST TORRENS COLTS V. HAWTHORN (At Hawthorn Oval) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
EAST .TOBBKNS COLTS V. HAWTHORN (At Hawthorn Oval) Hawthorn.— F. Hodgert, c. atrT^an b. Baker. 4; S. Hnarton. c. MrT-iin. b. Nlehuus, 30; P. T. Morton, at. Plumstead, b. Nleftuus, 38; A. J. Bartlett. c Mansfield, b. Nlehuus. S; B, R. P. Barbour. c. Plumstead, b. P. MnOwihim. 87; H. W. Short, b. Young. 0; H. C. Trumble. c P. y-^-'liinii b. Niehuus. 1: H. o. Banieet. l.b.w« b. Nlehuub. 6; F. Bussey. c McLean, b. Nlehuus. 0: H. jlovd. c. «'-tj««^ b. Nlehuus, 8; R. Appel kamp. not out. 37; sundries. 4; total. 212. BowUos— M. W. Natal*, none lor 22; A. J. Baker, one tor 38; C Young, one for 48: B. McTifwn. none for 35; E. Nltjuus. seven for 38: W. MeOaUum. none fcr 23; C. Percy, none for ?: P. MeCaUum. one for 0. East Torrens Ootts.— S. Nlehuus, c Mor ton, b. Lloyd. 4; P. McLean, not out. 4; H. Plumstead. e. Lloyd, b. Short. 16; W. Mc CaUum. not out. 9; sundries. 4; total (for two wickets). 37. Bowline— H. Lloyd, one for 21; H G. Bartlett. none for 1: H. W. Short, one (or 10: H. C. '?rum...
WHITE SECTION SCOTCH COLLEGE V. ST. PETER'S COLLEGE (At Scotch College) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
WHITE SECTION SCOTCH COLLEGE V. ST. PETER'S COLLEGE (At Scotch College) Scotch college — tx^ u. lnoznpson. c. Longmlre. b. Sangster. 34: W. P. Goodc, b. Jay. 57: B. W. Brown, c Toms, b Jay. 0; B. H. Leak. b. Moulden, 3; M. E. McKlggan. b! Jay. 33; J. R. Davey. b. Jay. 1; R. G. Jenklnson. c Sage. b. Jay. 22: C. R. Bul m«Ti b Jav. 12; W. D. Horman. c. Moul den. b. Jay. 2: N. H. Shlllabeer. not out. 4: A. C. Harley. b. Sangster. 8; sundries. 26; total, 202. Bowling — A. B. Jay. seven for 29; J. O Moulden. one for 57; T. W. Longmlre, none for 24: D. J. Sheppsnl, none for 20; J. W. Sangster, two for 46. St. Peter's College — First Innings— W. C. J. .White, not out, 28: R. H. Nltschke. c Goode, b. Davey. 0: T. W. Longmlre. c Thompson, b. Davey. 0; J. W. Sangster. b. Thompson, 8; S. J. Toms. c. Brown, b. Thompson. 0; J. H. Bertram, b. Davey. 3; K. Glrrbach. l.b.w, b. Davey. 0: D. J. Sbep pard. c. Brown, b. Davey. I; A. E. Sage. b. McKlggan, 0: J. O. Moulden. b. McKlggan. 0: A. B. Jay, b. D...
Red section TEACHERS' COLLEGE V ADELAIDE HIGH SCHOOL (At Jublice Oval.) [Newspaper Article] — Advertiser and Register — 23 February 1931
Red Sccnon TBACBBBS* COUjBOE V ADELAIDE HIOH SOBOCZi (At Jubilee OraL) Teachers' College. — First Innings — C. James, c McTnnls. b. Mueller, 5: K. Barter, b. Priest. 20; K. B. Mettle, c Symonds. b. Mueller. 13: X. Bldgeway, c Mueller, b. Mdnnes. 42; B. Walter, b. Msshford. 42; H. Watson. Lb.wn b. Mercer, 18; L. Wachtel. c Symonds, b. Mashford, 27; W. Plsher. c Bungey. b. Mercer. 2; C. Twarts. c and b. Mercer. 5: J. Qoldlng, c. Prleit, b. Msshford. 10; B. TJren. not out, 3; sundries. 8; total. 193. Bowling.— St Mclnnes, one for 35; M. Mueller, two for 45: C. Berr. none for 32; A. Priest, one for 21; V. Mashford. three tor 33: F. Mercer, three for 13; E. Wilson, none for 4. Second Innings— C. James, c Mercer, b. Symoods. 28: M. Bldgeway. run out, 8; B. Nettle, run out, sTb. Walter, b. Prtsst. 21: R. Uren. not out. 9; B. Watson, not out. II; sundries, 17; total (for four wickets). VI. Bowling— M. Mctnnw. none for 10; M. Mueller, none for 13; C. Bymonds, one for 33: C. Kerr. none for 13...