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St. George v Gordon Interest Vanished [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
St. George v Gordon Interest Vanished By W. J. O'Reilly All interest in the match at Hurstville disappeared within the first hour when Gordon's hopes of making a fight of it were dissipated by Ross Longbottom. He collected six wickets for 52 runs with his medium paced off-spinners. Having collected 124 runs in response to St. George's 230, Morris enforced the follow on. But the St. George attack made little impression in the effort for an outright win. The afternoon was saved from complete boredom by a sparkling century fiom Sid Carroll, who punched the bowling all round the field. When Dewes, fielding on the boundary at square leg, took a catch from Carroll and stepped on to.the concrete bicycling track, the umpire decided that it was no catch, and signalled a boundary shot. Dewes actually made the catch before he stepped on to the track, D. Hanlin In State Side University fast-medium bowler Dave Hanlin yes- terday was chosen to re- place Keith Miller in the N.S.W. team to play Sou...
BOWLER MISSED BALL BUT UPSET BATSMAN Draw For Balmain Puts Side In Leaders [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
BOWLER MISSED BALL BUT UPSET BATSMAN West Australian bowler C. Puckett dived to stop a drive off his own bowling by Loxton in the Sheffield Shield match between Victoria and Western Australia in Melbourne. Puckett missed the ball, but upset Stackpole, the other Victorian bats- man, who has to crawl over the bowler to regain his crease. Draw For Balmain Puts Side In Leaders By batting defensively for a draw -against Western Suburbs at Drummoyne yesterday, Balmain made its place secure in the leading four of the district competition. Highlight of the Balmain innings was a fighting century by opening batsman Gordon | Cansdeil. He took 195 minutes, and hit 11 fours. He was in great form early and ran to 50 in 77 minutes, but then developed cramp in the hand, and had to leave the field when 52. Cansdeil carne back after half an hour, but by that time Bal main's prospects of reaching West's total had faded. He took 117 minutes for his second half century. Í. Burton, with a score of 69 mad...
Mosman v M'ville Horsfield's Century Gains Win [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Mosman v M'ville Horsfield^ Century Gains Win - , -. ».-. -. Mosman opening bats- man Gordon Horsfield gave his side a thrilling win over Marrickville at Mosman Oval .yesterday, j He scored 154 in 209 min- utes, hitting two sixes and 19 fours. McCauley and Horsfield gave Mosman a splendid start with an opening partnership' of 40 in 32 minutes. State slow bowler, Fred John- ston, took two wickets in his first over and Mosman were three for 65 when Ken Gulliver joined Horsfield. The left-handed pair attacked the bowling, and the fourth wicket partnership realised 65 in 35 minutes. Gulliver's 32 inclu- ded five fours and a six. Nursed Partner Horsfield nursed O'Reilly through the early stages, and reached his century in 158 min- utes. O'Reilly thrilled the large crowd with a delightful 57 (seven fours) in 89 minutes. Scores: MARRICKVILLE. First Innings. 6-286 (declared). MOSMAN. First Inning*. G. HORSFIELD, c Gibson, b Oebnam . 154 B. MCCAULEY, b Knight .. 21 A. WALSH, c Briggs, b John...
Cumberland v N. Sydney EMERY PLAYS MAJOR PART [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Cumberland v N. Sydney EMERY PLAYS MAJOR PART -» North Sydney off-spin bowler Vic Emery played a major part in the defeat -of the joint competition leader, Cumberland, at North Sydney Oval yesterday. Cumberland was all out for 141 soon after tea in rephuto North .Sydney's first innings total of 292. Emery took four wickets for 33, and took three brilliant catches in slips, and one off his own bowling. The catch off his own bowling was a particularly fine effort, and dismissed State batsman Ron James. James hit a hard drive, which Emery clung to, although taken by surprise and off balance. Cumberland had lost eight for 74 when J Russell joined I Benaud Russell made 43 in 22 minutes (two sixes and five fours) before being dismissed by Cal laghan Cumberland s innings closed a few minutes later, 151 runs short At stumps Cumberland had lost one wicket for 133 in its second innings Scores - NORTH SYDNEY First Innings 292 CUMBERLAND First Innings A ALDERSON c F Brian b V Emery 20 B BOWMAN ...
SPORTS' PRIZE TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
! SPORTS PRIZE! I TO-DAY 1 A SPORTS' prize is to-day's award j or ¡the member who sentis in best entries for puzzles on Page 7. If tlie winner is a boy, lite prize will be a cricket set; if a girl, i it will be a tennis rae- I quel and swim suit. Members' entries I i will,also win them cash j aivards, and point cer- I lificales towards the j I club prizes of a bicycle and watch to be pre- sented in ten weeks. /Veiw features in "Playtime" to-day are Jim Fullarton's series on model aircraft, anil the comic* "Frisky." THE EDITOR. _:_j : Take your choice. You might like to see the washrooms with individual hand-basins, mirrors and liiihts (yes. electric 'lights over each basin). Or next door, look in on the shower-room which has private shower compartments with "finger-tip control." And there is a laundry for. all aboard. Seamen and officers alike will hand in their soiled clothes and receive them back washed and ironed . . . and by experts, too.. Silent Servite GADGETS" do not come un-...
Stanley Could Go To Germany STAFF CORRESPONDENT [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
Stanley Could Go To Germany -« STAFF CORRESPONDENT LONDON, Feb. 5. - The British Government could solve the problem- of what to do with Sidney Stanley (central figure in the Lynskcy bribes inquiry) by deporting him to the British zone ol Germany. 4 An observer who suggested this to-day pointed out that other Stateless people have been sent theic. It was hoped that Poland would recognise Stanley's Polish nation- ality, but a Polish spokesman said in London' to-day that Stanley was definitely not a Polish citizen and could not be deported to Poland. The Lord Chancellor, Lord Jowitt, has ordered the removal from the list of justices of the peace of the name of Sir Maurice Bloch, whose gifts of wine to Mr. John Belcher were investiga- ted at the bribes inquiry.
"Kabeljou" On Sale—It Comes In Tins STAFF CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
"Kabeljou" On I Sale-It ! Comes In Tins STAFF CORRESPONDENT. LONDON, Feb. 5.-The Brit- ish Food Minister, Mr. John Strachey, has been fishing again, and the results of his catch are on sale in the food shops. They are codfish from off the coast of South-west Africa. But the word "codfish" does not appear on the tins. ' The name on the , label is "Kabeljou" (which is Dutch for "codfish"). The name is overstamped on old snóek surplus labels. ISnoek, a South African fish, was also sold in lins. It was" un- popular with the British public.J Each tin of "Kabeljou" costs . 41d and one point. Housewives describe the flavour as a mixture of lobster, salmon, and sardine.
NEW GERMAN BLOCKADE HITS RUSSIA [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
NEW GERMAN BLOCKADE HITS RUSSIA -4 - LONDON, Feb. 5 (A.A.P.). Britain and the United States yes- terday launched a new offensive in the cold war against the Rus sians in Germany. The British and U.S'. Military Governors ordered all goods tiaffic across the western zones lo be stopped from going into the Soviet zone by road. Until now, Britain and the United States have stopped the ?Soviet zone from receiving goods from Western Germany. N The new embargo will stop goods from Belgium, France, Switzcrland^the Netherlands', and ' other countries from passing through Western Germany into the Soviet zone.
MELB. NIGHT TROTS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
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BRISBANE DETAILS [Newspaper Article] — The Sunday Herald — 6 February 1949
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