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"Get Off The Typewriters Back to the Sewing Machines" [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
"Get Off The Typewriters Back to the Sewing Machines" If tile brilliant young American designer, Brigance - who will visit Australia shortly-had his way, women all over the world would go back to sewing. In this interview with Alexander Rosovsky he gives his reasons for such a startling opinion willi which few women will agree. HE'LL tell Australians so. Brigancc expects to be in Australia between April 29 and M ay-2 3 when he will present his first col- lection in this country. "Get the women off the type- writers and back to their sew- ing machines," Brigancc told mc at his first Press interview since the war. He was evi- dently promoting a great cause:' his black eyes glittered and his voice acquired a special kind ol intensity. That voice, by the way, is quite remarkable. You might describe it as a polished drawl, a mixture of accents b^eard in Parisian salons «le haute couture and the lazy chanting of Texas cowhands. Some of Brigance's beauti- fully groomed customers would no d...
Waiting On Kangaroos [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Waiting On Kangaroos j [ Country Rugby League clubs are already scouting for player-coaches, but so far no big deals have been reported. Officials of the Country Rusby Leacue believe that the country will be able to hold its representatives in the Kan- garoo team, with the excep- tion of Canberra's Johnny Hawke. Hawke while in Fngland ac- cepted a contract with the St. George Club to play in Sydney. Condobolin* Club had made a big offer to Hawke. That club may lum its attention to sonic other Kangaroo. Test forward Noel Mulligan is reported to be keen to play in the country, and Port Kembla would like his services. ] Country clubs have made bids for qne or two city players with the Kangaroos, but possibly no- thing definite will be known of the intentions of those players until they return next month. Two of the younger South Coasl Kangaroo stars are ex- pected to remain with their clubs. Hooker Kevin Schubert, who played in all Tests in England and France, has 12 months lo serve on...
SYDNEY BY NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
A multi-coloured haze of Neon, an aura of theatrical unreality, dims the slarshine over YDNEY BY NIGHT Alive, vivid, taking its pleasures, as it takes its business, in bustling, time-worried stride. A city ,of noise still, hurrying, hurrying, hurrying; the rumble of trams; the screeching brakes of 'buses: taxis and ; jaywalkers scurrying in happy rivalry. Theatres, cafes, shop-windows in the shopping sections oases of light in its long, dark, narrow streets. Women in evening dress vying . ^ willi the sign lights; men uncomfortable in evening dress. Artist Roy Dalgarno has captured the indefinable spirit of Sydney in his glimpses of its night- time scene - Sydney that hurries even when it has nothing to do. King's Cross-outcrop of the city's urge lo brighter, joyous living; Wynyard - the city's gateway lo suburbia. Sydney with- out either is no longer Sydney. i
YACHTS HAD TROUBLE [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
YACHTS HAD TROUBLE The first three yachts | placed in yesterday's Revo nah Cup finished in difficul- i ties with torn mainsails. The nee was sailed in a light to moderate north easter, and was won by the cruiser Janet M, skippered by L H Martin Mavis (A C Robertson) was second and Pakcrdoo (D C Brockhoff) third Pnkeidoos mainsail wis torn iii st m a collision with a VS sulmg boat when in sixth place Despite the hindicap of the lal gc sails hanging in two scg ments, Pakerdoos cicw clcveil> manipulated the sail when woik mg to windward to finish third Mivis was unfortunate not to win the race Her mainsail car ned away in sight of the finish ing line When Thetis (R I Furber) lost her rudder, she collided with the Police Boys' l8 footer, G L Ghck which won its event Thetis was towed to her moor ings RO\AL MDNEY YACHT SQUAD RON-No 1 Division-Rcvonah Cup Janet M (L H Marlin) 24m 1 Mivis (A C Robertson) lim 2 Pakcrdoo (D C BrockholT) 19m 3 Won by 28s 33s No 2 Division-Thclnn I'litc Humc...
Title Diving Team Chosen [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Title Diving Team Chosen New South Wales is to be represented by four divers in the Australian championships at Brisbane this month. They will be Joe McCann, Jack Stewart, Frank Murphy, and Johnny Bourke. McCann is the State spring- board champion. He was also runner-up. to Arthur O'Connor in the State highboard champion- ship. Stewart was second and Murphy third in the springboard championship. Stewart is a former New Zcalander. "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
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More Upsets [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
More Upsets City beat Bondi comfortably on the latter's green yesterday. As City had crashed against Randwick in the previous round and Bondi had beaten Randwick by 60 in round three, followers of form will hesitate to assess future results. ' Peter Calligeros, who took over Billy Bolton's. four, beat Ern Florence's quartet 30-20 after being down 3-13 early. Bondi and City are again joint section leaders, with Bondi slightly ahead on points score. Lakemba scored a meritorious win against St. George. Rose Bay surprised by its vic- *~ tory against Victoria Park, which is having a lean season. Campsie, 64 up on Hurstville, easily leads in Section 1. Ryde and Burwood remain un- defeated at the head of Section 2, which will be decided when these clubs clash in round 8. Bankstown had an unexpected win against Parramatta in this section. Parramatta is without Bill Kay, who is with the Australian side, in New Zealand. . Warringah had another reverse in Section 3 against Lane Cove. North Syd...
NEW DIRECTORS IN SOCCER [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
NEW DIRECTORS IN SOCCER -« The president of the Aus- tralian Soccer Association, Mr. S. A. Storey, M.L.A., was surprisingly beaten for a place on Míe Ñ.S.W. board of Soc- cer directors. Result of the election was an- nounced yesterday at a meeting of the N.S.W. Soccer Association. Those elected were: Messrs. N. A. Gillespie, W. Orr, S. A. Jones, J. Herries, R. Grieves, D. T. Johnston, and D. Rees.
Club Golf Details [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Club Golf Details ASQUITH-Stroke Agrade L Black man (11) 65 B grade J Bower C6) 59 AUSTRALIAN -Stroke F McNeil Auckland C4) 67 L H Stevens (l8) 69 R A Reese (17) 77 AVOCA-Par J Fooney (12) 2 dossn AAONDALI* Stablcford A grade P L Head (7) 19 P A Richards (9) 37 B grade E Blashkl (14) 38 R B Gaden (II) 34 C grade O Gilder (17) 36 F Waters d7) 35 BALGOWI AH-Stroke A grade W Stephenson (IO) 64 A Eather (8) 64 B grade E Westbrook (20) 60 r Rob son (21) 62 C grade I C Willach (26) 58 R Jones (23) 58 11 WkSrowN- Stablcford A grade J W Goodwin &lt;&lt;> l8 B grade J Mlldlce (14) 38 C grade H C Pater son (l8) 41 ¡W\ a, IFW -Best ball Stablcford C MacKcmrtc (8) W McKenzie (17) 46 Associates Stablcford Mrs W Wade (22) 37 BFs LRI F\ PARK -Monthly medal stroke A grade J Sullivan (14) 67 B (.rade W Edney (20) 66 W Bergen (2->> 66 BEXLEY-Stroke A grade A E Robb (14) 56 B grade R Gosling (17) 55 C grade r Paces (24) 58 BONDI -Stablcford J Wilde (8) 41 K Mortlcy (8) 19 J Bu...
DOWN THE FAIRWAYS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
I DOWN TUE FAMRWA YS I BV PROSPER ELLIS Back in 1913 the Moore Park course was opened as Sydney's first public links. T1^ venture was none tool *? certain of success because at .the time there were not many hundreds of golfers altogether in Sydney. Also, the democratic move was looked upon'with mixed feelings by the conservative players of the day. At the opening ceremony, pre- sided over by W. A. Windeyer, promises were even held out to encourage players. . Since then we all know how the. seed has grown. Now it is estimated than more than 500,000 rounds arc played a'nnually at recognised public courses in the Sydney area, apart from those'played at many out- lying places. * * * A^T one time, if .Bill Dobson was not seen practising 'at Concord club. there was some- thing amiss. His efforts paid good dividends, for he held the club champion- ship for a number of years and was a force to be'considered in open events. He has now transferred his affections to the Australian Golf Club, b...
WOMEN'S SPORT CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
WOMEN'S SPORT CRICKET. Mick Simmons 144 (J Ayre 64 S Brcrlon 23 n o M Falrapia 4 27) beat Granallas, 34 and 23 (M Fairapia 10 S Brcrlon 3 3 J Hogan 1 8) Mee Regal 3 117 decl (J Holmes 53 reid A Woodward l8 1 Gow 2 12) beat 1WCA, 26 and 17 (T Bowman 22 M Cook 5 5 G Holmes 2 9) Unhersltj, 1st innings 219 Annandale, 213 (A Hudson 52 n o F McLlntock SI V Jackson 28) Bowling K McRecdie 8 74) University. 2nd Innings 46 (K dive l8 K McCrecdle 15) Bowling F McLintock 4 23 Janet Hudson 4-23) Annandale 2nd Innings 0 31 (F Mc Llntock 23 n o ) Thistles first innings 71 ¡Nomads first Innings 50 Thistles, second in nings 70 (D Russell l8) Bowling 1 Watson 4 28) Nomads second innings 36 (I Watson 16 n o ) Bowling J Hill 48 M Roberts A 13 VIGORO Pds Nn 1 0 70 (r I abiy 38 n o R farrar 31 no) beat Hornill i 19 and 2? (C James II R I arrar 9 17 Roos 43 (J R\anl2no 1 MacDowall 4 191 bett Blaik and Wlilies 12 and lu (I Pitt 13 C Eardman 5 2) Taren Polnl 44 and 4"> fr Langford II L Lcsi_\rc 5 19) bet...
Club Sailing [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Club Sailing BALIMORAL I2ft -President &lt; Cup Alpha (C Carrol) ser 1 Stamina (D Pura) 3Wm 2 Melody (C Persson) 5m 3 Time Im 49 23s Vj s General Handicap Doreen 1 Austral 2 third dead heat Stormbird ind Spray Time 2 36s 3m IDs between second and third DRUMMOYNE -16ft skirts Riptide (R Cont) 5>4m 1 Lively (C Mclndoc) 10m 2 Ace hi (W Bowry) TAm 3 Time 58s with lm 25s between 2nd and 3rd VJ s Clipper (D Fenwick) 4'/4m 1 Dolphin (R Burton) lOVim 2 Wanda (\\ Hannaford) 7m 3 Won by Im 37s 11s GRFENWICH -16ft skiffs Rita (P Tarmcr) 1 Olympic 2 Quest (T Den by) 3 Won by 2m 12s 2m 43s MIDDLE HARBOUR 16IT SKIFFS -The Ccorgc Snow Memorial Race -Scratch Say when (J Lyons) 1 Vic torv (E Kirk) 2 Solo (J O Rourke) 3 Farewell (J Roscnhill) 4 Handicap Torw-ird (R Gale) 1 No Idea (J Hocknell) 2 Endca\our (E Pcthc bridge) 3 Solo (J O Rourke) 4 B Class Trouette (A Douglas) 1 Scorpio (J Dempscr) 2 Blue Peter (O Makin son) 3 NORTH SHORE 12ft-Nock and Kirby Trophy Great Scot 0? Debney) 10m 1 S...
SWIM TEAMS DISQUALIFIED [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
SWIM TEAMS DISQUALIFIED All teams in the 110yds teams' swimming race at North Sydney Pool last night were disqualified by referee W. Wil hams. The State Swimming Associa- tion may order a re-ruti race, which is for the Angus and Coote trophy. Disqualification followed offi- cial announcement of the race re- sult. Referee Williams stated that swimmers from teams who had finished interfered with teams still finishing.
THEY WOULD HAVE FOUND PATRICK TOUGH OPPONENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
THEY WOULD HAVE FOUND PATRICK TOUGH OPPONENT By JACK MUNRO -? I have often wondered how Vic Patrick would have fared with the light | weight stars of the past. I Goinc back through the I records of our best light 1 weights and from my own recollections, 1 have found an imposing list that could be matched with Patrick. During the years from 1912 to 1926, Australia had a flock of world class boxers in the light- weight division. They had the opportunity of regular competition with leading oversea lightweights. I recall Archie Bradley, Hughie Megehan, Hughie Dwyer, Sid Godfrey, Billy Grimes, Jack Read, Tommy Uren, Fred Kay, American-born Harry Stone, and English-born Llew Edwards. They were all national -light- weight champions, with"the ex- ception of Fred Kay. He proved SID GODFREY himself when he became Aus- tralian welter and middle weight title-holder. Kay, like Patrick, was a south- paw. I've often heard old-timers say that Fred Kay would have "eaten" Patrick. 1 doubt it. Kay, wh...
Uni. v Paddington Waited Too Long [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Uni, v Paddington Waited Too Long -1 University's failure to close its first innings early enough cost the side any chance of an outright win over Paddington at Trum- per Park. Paddington had lost .six second innings wickets for 149 at stumps", still 40 short of University. From the start yesterday, Cawsey and Meagher attacked the Paddington bowling. Cawsey scored 81 and Meagher 62. When University did close at tea, with the score 5-282, the students did not have sufficient time to dismiss Paddington a second time. Scores: PADDINGTON. First Innings, 93. Second Innings. J. BROWN, c Copplcson, b Cawsey . 41 J. CUMMINS, run out . 2 T. COTTON, run out . 20 R. FLOCKTON. c and b Thew 35 C. DE MONTFORT, c Cristo fanl. b Molloy . 35 R. WHITINGTON, c Molloy, b Thew . 8 B. FLYNN, not out . 0 Sundries . S Six wickets for . 149 Bowling: D. Hanlon. 0-13: E. Thew. 2.34: R. Crlstofanl, 0-34; R. Cawsey, 1-30: P. Molloy, 1-30. UNIVERSITY, First Innings. F. DE CARVAHLO, c and b Flynn . 56 li. LENERTZ...
Swing Bowlers Now Sitting On Box Seat [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Swing Bowlers Now Sitting On Box Seat - By W. J. O'REILLY The recent Sheffield Shield match between Victoria and New South Wales in Sydney provided the thoughtful cricket enthusiast with a wealth of argument favouring the "hasten slowly" policy on legislation governing the game. Throughout this match there was a marked ten- dency among batsmen on either side to fall foul of the "swinging" ball. Even Arthur Morris, who carved out for himself an illus- trious name as an opening bats- man in the Australian tour of England just completed, fell in each innings to the outswingers of left-arm trundler Lambert. There were numerous instances of men who flourished a tentative bat at the ball which moved away from them. Howard, the young Victorian opener especially, when he faced the second new ball in Victoria's second innings, showed that the outswinger of Lindwall, and the inswinger'as bowled by Walker, were fraught with danger for him. Why ¡s it that there has been a seeming resurgence of ...
Manly v Petersham Fight For Runs At Manly [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
I Manly Y Petersham Fight For Runs At Manly Petersham had to fight hard to save outright de- feat by Manly yesterday. Trueman hit Miller for four 25 minutes before stumps to avert the innings defeat. The largest crowd to watch a cricket match at Manly Oval since 1933 enjoyed an absorb- ing day's cricket. Manly began with one out for 49, but Jim Burke was bowled by Madden after taking 121 minutes for 50. When Gwynne was bowled by Granger for 27, Manly had three out for 108. Miller then joined Robinson BEST 0F''DAY nATTING. G. Horsfield (Mo«.) . 154 S. Carroll (Cord.) . 1I5X G. Caradell 03al.) . 100 R. Janies (Cumb.) . »Ax 1. Bowden (Glebe) ........ 8.1 R. Cawsey (Uni.) . 81 J. Burton (Bal.) . 69 K. Miller (Manly) . 64i B. Ferguson (Gord.) . 63 D. Meagher (Uni.) . 62 x not out. BOWLING. R. Longbottom (St. G.) .... 6-52 V. Emery (N. S)d.) ..:. 4-33 T. Brooks (Manly) . 4-33 H. Chihcrs (N. Dist.) . 4-45 E. Fletcher (St. G.) . 4-50 H. Butler (Wav.) . 3-36 J. Knight (M'rille) . 3-37 and dr...