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SPORT SALAD THE TENNIS CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

SPORT SALAD ?Y TWE 'SATURDAY REFER EC AND ARROW' STAFF. 1 HE TENNIS CHAMPION. J. C, Parke, the hero of the Davis Cup Tour nament. played os wing t hr ce-quartcr back for Ireland against the mighty AJl-Blalks In 1905. Aud he has captained Ireland several times. E. E. Booth ('the General'), one of the cos- j mopolitans in Rugby, exchanged Jerseys with the » Irishman at the close of the Hugger contest. | When the old Duncdlnlte heard of the success ; of the versatile and athletic Parke at Tennis, j hi j eyes lighted with enthusiasm. *ts he re nirvked: 'I dare say he played against Brookea with that devil and brilliancy which the Irish \ p.uk showed a?ain«t the 'All-Blacks.' Such :ncn take some licking.' Vhc fact of Mr. T. H. Hicks, the hon. sec retary of the Australian Lawn Tennis Associa tion. cabling to the English Association the , me*sa*e. 'Congratulations from Australasian Association.' evidences that fine sylrlt which . rhould animate alt men associated with the con- 1 trol ot ln...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

SPORTS SPECIALISTS. MCMILLAN DEERY & GO. LTD. OPEN FRIOAY NIGHT TILL 9 r.M. SYDNEY SPORTS DEPOT (opp. Hotel Australia). 38 Ca&tlereajih Str««t Sydney.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

LAWN TENNIS. EDGAR J. EICE, IMrOllTnt OK L.'.WN Yi:\NIS ltKQUlPnrs tLAZw.NGEU. AVUKS. SPALDING & DAVIS fiACFETS i ItACKs.TS n«:l'AtKLJ- AND HE-STJICNG. I GrOtinU V'icor, Liputay'.e buiiCtr.ti, IXbUUi, pitt S41fc ^ , UtOiJflli sliiEEV, j

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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BOXING WORLD HIS HEART NOT IN IT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

[?] J* BY 'RIGHT-CROSS HIS HEART XOT IN IT. Whatever Paul Til mlKht have been, as what tho Fanry would term a plucked 'un, when at his beat a couple or three years ago, I am un ablo to say, through !-??! nK without knowledge regarding the quality of ihc lighting stud ho had to deal with, and consequently not knowing ho.v much, or hoiv little, his heart tor the game was tested. It may be that Til has suffered such a lot of wallopins thai, like the bull terrier, naturally a lighting animal, who, having experi enced consult'! able gruelling and come again when required, suddenly jibs and refuses to 'scratch,' his nature rebels against it. QUITTED TWICE BEFORE. Thai tho sturdy young Frenchman quitted in i his first contest here, 1 was well satisfied, 1 though, thinking there might be something in bio explanation that a previously-injured loot had gone -oack on him, I let it no without com ment. I wao also sure he .rwantcd to got out of it on the second occasion, when. It will be re memb...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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A GLANCE AT THE SUMMER HANDICAPS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

A GLANCE at the SUMMER HANDICAPS H BY 'PILOT' - Er-a prior to -th* appearance of the weights, St. iladoc 'was the popular pick for the Villiers 8 takes, f M combinations commencing with that fcor&6, and with anything supposed to possess a fair chance of winning tho Summer Cnn. aro alreadv at a cramncd price. Possibly the Messrs. Moses feel more flattered than pleased at tho demonstration in favor of the eon of St. Alwyne — unless they have coupled him with Jacsxnar — seeing that he has done nothing towards paying expenses since, with 7.12, he ?» beat Wllari, 8-2, and Malheur in the Members' Handicap, nine furlongs, at Randwick in Octo ber of last year. Certainly he has not started often sines then, but, when backed for the Kensington Handicap, seven furlongs, at the recent A.J.C. Spring meeting he missed a place with 9.8 (minimum 7.7). Perhaps lack of racing told fre against him on that occasion, as he was slow Jr in fairly getting on his legs. At present he is getting throu...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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EXPERT ANALYSIS OF THE DAVIS CUP TENNIS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

EXPERT ANALYSIS OF THE DAVIS CUP TENNIS H BY 'AUSTRAL.' !'™= Alter all, tho game 1b the thins, and tho achievement of the Irish champion, J. C. Parke. In defeating Xorman Brookes 13 not only a triumph for him and for England, but It shows once moro that the back-court game Is not a ; back number, and that If the utrokes from the I baee-llne aro kept consistently good and are j well concealed. And tho ball in made to drop j quickly after It crosses the net, the vjlleyer I can be paused continually, and at last defeated, j That la tho Idea of the game that was origi nally conceived. and It was to preserve an even j balance between the two schools of volleying and back-court play that thr» net was lowered to its present height, and the shape and dlmcn Blona of the court were altered to what we now WUso as corrcct. If the volleyer were to continue to dominate the gamo and the back court could be wholly neglected, as has been mischievously sucgrstcl by on® or two local writers? with much...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTERSTATE TOPICS. GRADE CLUBS AND THE JUNIORS PREMIERSHIP MATCHES STARTING THIS AFTERNOON. NORTH SYDNEY WILL ENDEAVOUR TO EXTRACT REDFERN'S STING OF LAST SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

CRICKET AND CRICKETERS INTERSTATE TOPICS. BY 'GULLIVER.' j GRADE CLUBS AND THE JUNIORS PREMIERSHIP MATCHES STARTING THIS AFTERNOUN. NORTH SYDNEY WILL ENDEAVOUR TO EX TRACT REDFERN'S STING OF LAST ? SEASON. Possessing a substantial l^ad In tho premier- - 5hlp competition. North Sydney win meet - Redfern to-day. Those who had tho good for- I tuno to see last seasoa's match will not enre I to mise this ooo. On the Rcdfern Oval the Shoremen were in a similar position near the close of the last competition, leaders for tho premiership and prospective victors, when their prospects were suddenly extinguished, tlwr.ka to tho high-class bowline of A. Mailey and the high-class batting of J. C. Barnes. In that eventful match Rcdfern quite cur passed themselves, and North Sydney fell ft . good deal below their customary form, oo you must not accept it as a genuine guide as to the relative strength of the teams. , .✓ To-day's match Is to bo played on the North j Sydney Oval, a little fact of olg...

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CRICKET TOPICS. A CLUB MATCH, FOUGHT WITH TEST MATCH KEENNESS. ADMIRABLE CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

CRICKET TOPICS. ; A CLUB MATCH, FOUGHT WITH TOT MATCH KEENNESS. (By 'NOT OUT.') ADMIRABLE CRICKET. It was refreshing to see 2000 or more spiota* ' . - tors at the Varsity Oval last week— keen lovers of crlckct, too. . .. And It amusing to see f.bem gradually '» dropping an.ay from 5 o'clock, when It became apparcn; that North Sydney had decided to aot their attention solely on securing a draw. Yet In th' fight for the draw by North Sydoex and for the victory by the 'Varsity, the cricket, was exlihr.v.in?, jt was brains v. brains, skill v. skill, v !th p.jed old Father Time assisting tho Shores j:. * Tho 'Varsity, on the whole, displayed tha better crrfcet. though the individual honors of the aftcrrjo'-n fell i«j Dr. Hordern. the star per former for bis .Mde uiih the tail and one ot tha two *turb vith the bat. Rov Mir.r.nt's inning3 of 6.1 for tho 'Varsity was very r freshing. The sunshine and hard wlckct found blm in his clement, and he swung the bat with ill Ills noted ;klll and vi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SAILING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

SAILING 0 By 'FREE-SHEET.' The prospect of witnessing a yacht race in an exhilarating nor'-caster . attracted quite a big uowd aboard the Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club's steamer laft Saturday, and those prcseut v.ere well rewarded for their attendance, as thu lacing under such happy weather conditons , proved highly interesting. Tho Royal Prince A^fred'i, method of allowing* the times at the tuart instead of at the finish Is distinctly popu*' ?ar with all lovers of yacht-racing. Thclma's line performance on tho thrash down to the Heads has been the talk of the week In yachting circles. Nicely rigged with Jib header over a single-reefed mainsail, tbo old timer raced along in rare style, and it was dearly evident that the back-markers would re quire a lot of luck to catch her this side of the five-mile mark, which she roundod with a lead of 2tnin Jhsec. With only little more than half her allowance gone at tho end ol the tea: to windward, tho rest waa easy, and sho was sailed home a ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

I GOLF GOSSIP By 'THE COLONEL.' ® The prim I pal ev^nt luii Saturday wa? the open amateur hrnfii'-ao at l*obruyde, lhl-« being the llrst open event held there ylnce tho new -o;nve has been laid oui. The links, although yet a bit on the new -dde. give promise of pro viding a good Ust of golf. Some weeks bnek, Dr. Thomas, tho local cham- 1 plon, reduced the reejrd of the course to SO, i.nd . it was thought that this score would be beaten by some of the plnyers on Saturday, but the expected did not happen, although \V. C. Slurroek, n' young Scottish player, who recently reached these uhores bringing with him a good 1 golfing reputation, played exceedingly well, nnd 1 carried off the scratch prize with n- score j exactly equalling Dr. Thomas' record of SO. j ? Sturrock made a bad mess of the first hole, j which cost him S strokes, and he thus missed , an opportunity of . getting Into the Severn les. t ?Sturrock will play with Dobroyde next season. The prizes In the handicap event were w...

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PARRAMATTA RIVER SCULLING. PROGRAMME TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

PARRAMATTA RIVER SCULLING. PROGRAMME TO-DAY. '1 1:,* Parramatta River Professional Sculling j Club'i, i'logramme for to-day la us follows; — AT) Pleasure Skill Handicap, 1 mile; course from 1 Glndesvilie to Putney Point; rowed in lCft plea sure ekiffs lent by Mr. 11. Bailey, Abbotslord. j First heat Ifirat, second, third 'and lourth in j this heat to qualify lor final), to start at 2 I ,- ,n . lVhi Mi.ru.vttr -I r*h«- I Messenger o, It. Hupping, Jun., 5, A. Priddic 7, 11, Bailey 7, A. Poarce Pi, Geo. Jack IU, Geo. Ford 12, C. Matrerson 13. A. Mantova 15, Stan. Kent 20. Second hent (Jlrtt and second in this heat to qualify for final), to start at 2.ot' p.m.; Sid Pcarce scr. Clin. I'b i.cring 3see, II. Picker ing l'-et, !t. Hopping. :ei».. 1-, S. Chllds 12, H. A. Judd lo. in order to avoid delay between the events, the Fleas'.:;1 0 Skill' Handicap bos been arranged in uin.q:.»l heat*. 'Jho first four in t lie first heat and t:v M-l two i:i tat second I:- .11 will qnallfy (or t!i« ;.t:...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

BILLIARDS LIMITED LOCATION : v 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET x Five Doorf from Liverpool Street. Penny Tram to Door, tinder the manacemcnt of the beet all-round iport la Sydney, Mr. JOE ANDKEOLI. Our Tables are played on by JOHN ROBERTS, ST& VENSON, GEORGE GRAY, LINDRUM, REEC&, and t^try' BUUardist of note coming to Sydney. 25 TABLES ADVERTISING FLOOR— 11 Tables, Vbcre a game coats practically Od. per 100. Why paj 1/* for uliat you can get for 6d. STANDARD TABLE FLOOR— 8 TABLES, lucludioff Ccorgo Gray Table. 1/- per 100. ' FIVE MAGNIFICENT PRIVATE ROOMS, Fitted with ZOO-gtiinra Table*. Rate, 3/- per hour for pair or party. ^ SPECIAL FEATURE. — Tournament® cooducted for pairono (»ro»t«ur) every month. -a/0/. prize, (by Actus and Cootc), and Special Prize, (old Orkney Co.). i'uition by lir. Andrcoli in pri'atc rooms at reuouabl. rates. . ? ' ' ' Zing up 1388 City ul ecj»jc jour j09ro, mA «en4 » *W Elea«»ot - - ? — — ^ 4

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FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH [ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

FLYN O' THE HILL Or, THE LITTLE WHITE WITCH Iov KM A r\n C DADI r\\\T Author of 'Crap Cormao,' 'The Cairn of th# 15 1 IflAJ-JLifc* OAKLUW* Bidocr,' 'The Secret of tho Bltok Boq,' £q. [ALL RIGHTS HKSERVED.] CHAPTER XVII. (Cont.).— FOR MURDER ! 'Would ft loan of a few hundreds- ? ' Horn began awkwardly. 'So generous of you.' murmured Horace, 'hut they'd be a drop In tho bucket. ;ind if a specu lation of mine turns out lucky I'll ho able t- pay my debts and commrMce an era of prospe rity for the Darkington family. There's an 'it,' of course.' He pinned as he moved behind Ralph, grinned as he watched him Mrido away lo tho gathering gloom, In a direction that barred the possibility of his ever proving an alibi, unless the ph.M sants and the gull-- did it for him. In a beau tiful and uplifting dream Hornce i-ttT.dcd Cheveral's funeral. snw Horn a condemned cri minal, himself the millionaire own-:/ of the Hill. Sylvia divorced, nnd a ficcond Lady Dark ington sharing hi* honor.- and giving ...

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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS INTERNATIONAL YACHT-RACING. EUROPEAN FESTIVAL AT HAVRE IN JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS INTERNATIONAL YACHT-RACING. EUROPEAN FESTIVAL AT HAVRE IN JULY. The annual meeting of the permanent com mittee of the International Yacht-Racing Union i was held, on October 2fi. at the Langham Hotel, I ondon. .Mr. Peter Donaldson {chairman) pre- | sided, and those present were Professor Buslcy ? Germany), Mr. Alfred Bcnzon (Scandinavian , Croup), M. le Bret (France). Mr. K. E. Froudc. F.R.S. (Great Britain), and Mr. B. Heekstall Smith tsccrctary ). The chief business before ihe meeting was the drafting of the report for UM2, which will be forwarded to all the mem bers of the union in due course. It was reported that the next European fefiti \al of International yacht-ra'ing would be held, ;-t Havre, on July '25 and 2-» next.' under t'b e lu'.splees of the Yacht Club de France. The see- 1 rotary- presented the footnotes to the racing tulos as agreed to at a special general meet ing of the Yacht-Rucing. Association . held earlier In' tlie year. V ' ? * The future...

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

BOWLS AND BOWLERS J» by 'TOUCHER' The 1012-13 pennant competition begins to-day, and will be continued n«-.tt Saturday. Then there is to be a spell for over ;t :non:h, necessitated thr.Ttigh the Australimi '\irnival taking place in Melboivn' at Christm.ts time, as well as the, custom of. with many people, enjoying au ex- | tended holiday at tha: period of the year. i Just one little reminder, before I forget it, -nncerning an important matter. Teams drawn against each other to-day should be careful to appoint an umpire before starting play. Too often carelessness In that regard has resulted In sorenesses. If not trouble. Appealing to an on looker for a ruling, no matter how closely he may have watched the same, or how good an authority he might he. Is never as satisfactory as looking to an oflleial specially appointed. I Written in a scrawly hand, and enclosed In | au envelope bearing the Waverley postmark, ? ame the following on Thursday morning last: 'Dear old 'Toucher,* let's kno...

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STADIUM'S THURSDAY AFTERNOON [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

STADIUM'S THURSDAY AFTERNOON I ? ' I The fact that the ever-popular ex-amateur middle-weight champion, Joe Kain, was to ap pear In th«» ten rounds bout witb probably the reason why a record attendance was in evidence at the Stadium on Thursday. The usually well-arranged programme wao Mwicwhat marred by the non-attendance of n any of those who promised to box. It put ' the management to trouble and expense. | Tho absentees were Billy Pape. Jim O'Brien, on! Tom McGrath. It *.3 disappointing, espe cially as rcgirds the iiret-mentloned, who ha? not-appeared on a few other occasions, and that after his friends had repeatedly begged for the opportunity of having him tried out. 1 However, their places were filled by others ! who S.\ remarkably well. The three-rounds I'OUt between Jack Clarke and Jack Rafton was I ginger all the way, as also was that In which I Will Diblfey and young Resio figured, the latter ' performing ably against his m uch more cxperi- i enccd opponent. j Robin Smith, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

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BILLIARDS LAWN TENNIS CHAMPION AS CUEIST [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

I BILLIARDS I ® 0*' 'DROP-CANNON.' IjAWN TENNIS CHAMPION AS CVElST. 'Tho :nan who brat Australasia ' — Irishman .7. C. Parke — ia almost ;-s proficient with thr u'.o as the racquet at ('tir.li?. the leather Oval on tho football field, or tlK driver at solf. lit? I.s ono of those naturally-gifted athletes that do well at any game. In bin native Isle Mr. j Porke if clawed as one of its cueists, being upsides with Mr. Nugent, the nuiateur chain- I pion, and tho?c other line players, Messrs. j Marsh and Fiugcrald, We have such i: one in Mr. Hooper, of New castle. Although he may not be the Irishman's equal at tennis, nt golf and bowls he would hold his own, while with the cue wc have th#* wovd of John Roberta, II. W. Stevenson, and Tommy Ilccrc th.it he Is the finest amateur billiard player they have ever seen in tho i Pit. ? For private reasons, Mr. Hooper does not tako part In the State championships. Were he to do so he would bJ tv certain winner of all the honors that the Commonweal...

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TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 7 December 1912

I turf gossip j 0 I By 'THE SCOUT.' . ( Warwick Farm tills afternoon, Also a pony and gnlluwuv meeting at Ascot; While tbe Summer raeetlnj; of the Q.T.C. will be concludcd at Eagle Farm. W. Booth, the Il-i'sbanc trainer, hno re~ turned Havocorn to hli. owner, nnd' the brother to Hyman has been hr nt out to Ouanamulla. The loot rncetinp of tho Victoria Park. Racing MS tor thr- « urrcnt year taleea- plice on the tj&fj 18th Inst., uli^n a E.r»00 programme will h^ suh mitttert. Nominations close ut 5 p.m. on TUurr; jgfig dny next, ihe Ii'tli. Though it rrputrd bad Jumper, John had no difficulty In nccounUnj? for thr opposition In S®ET the Hurdle Raco at Muonci* Valley on Wednes day. The New ZcaUn«lor ^ar- ridden -by It. ttfiw Cameron who tvaltcd on the leaders to t Jio turn, Sfi and then' went on to win aa ho liked trom Rccol 3ect and Bcttcwynd. Resolved, who has outgrown her H.2 certi ''??ft ricate, won her first racr in open company nt ' ? \V:/ Ascot on Wednesday, when, after ...

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