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ALL TOGETHER Boxers Who Fell [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
ALL TOGETHER Boxers Who Fell That good preliminary boy 'Eddie Corrigan' writes: We received the sad news last Satur day that my young brother. Private 'Jack Hig gins' has been wounded in Fra...e. He did a little amateur boxing in Sydney, and on the troopship going to Egypt he reached the final of the feitherweight division, but had to retire on account of breaking a knuckle. On Sunday we also received the bad news that poor 'Frank Deane' was missing since July 20. You will remember him asking you Dy letter inc best way to get into the boxing game at Bris bane, and on your advice went up North and won three contests, knocking out his oppo nents in the second, third, and sixth rounds. He also won the heavyweight division of the R. and T. tourney and was runner-up in the middleweight division of the £1500 Olympic Club's tourney. On the way to Egypt he won both middle and heavy divisions. My elder brother, Arthur Higgins, is also a boxer. He was beaten in the semi-final of the R. and T....
THURSDAY'S STADIUM MATINEE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
THURSDAY'S STADIUM MATINEE The programme for last Thursday s matinee at thc.btaaium was not up to the usual hi;h standard. Neither was the attendance as large as on previous occasions. Jimmy Holden, who is to meet George Eddy in one of the preliminary bouts to-night, sparred three rounds with Fred Thomas. The exhibition spar by Jack Cole with Frank Thomas as sparring partner, was by far the best item of the boxing portion of the pro gramme. Cole's daily work with Magirl and Murphy has evidently brought the lad on at a rapm rate. Demlen, the Belgian, also showed well in his bout with Magirl, but, if I mistake not, the latter will show to much better advantage with the colors up. Tommy Uren. welter champion, was not quite his old scli in his two rounds each with Hushie Dwycr and Roy Minor. Tom O'MMIev. who is to oppose Demlen in a 20 rounds contest next Monday night, for fear of inflicting unneces sary punishment on his novice sparring pnrincr, one George' Milden, was afraid to let hi...
MATCH FOR McMAHON Who Will Oppose Him? [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
MATCH FOR McMAHON Who Will Oppose Him? The arrival of' Tom McMahon, the Ameri can heavyweight, has caused much speculation . as to who is likely to be his first opponent. . . the majority being of opinion that none but ; ? Les Darcy is to be the man to try-out Jimmy *-?,? Davies' white hope. If such be the case I for one, will not favor such a meeting, as I do not think it a wise match for many reasons. The big fellow might, with his extra weight and height, prove more .than a match for Darcy, but before taking it for granted I think it would be better if Mr. Baker first of alt gave nun easier nan to iry, xor insiaijce, a McMahon-O'Donnell contest would be most desirable, and if manager Dime has confidence in his protege he will not mind risking him against anyone. O'DonneU. is undoubtedly the man next in order to Les Darcy, and though beaten three times by Dave Smith, he would stand an excel lent chance of evening matters should a fourth meeting be arranged. When in anything but th...
MATT MURPHY BEATS FRED BROWNLEE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
MATT MURPHY BEATS FRED BROWNLEE What was to have been a 13-round cnimw between Mat Murphy (9.9) and Fred Brown lee (9.81) came to an abrupt termination in the flfth round, when the retcree stopped fur ther boxing and declared Murphy the winner, thereby saving the plucky Balmain lad lrom being knocked out. Although, from a boxing point of view, Brownlee did by far the better work and was well in the lead when the end arrived, it was plain lo everyone inai uic wiiuici a kicaiu strength and experience would win for him sooner or later before the full journey had been completed Though beaten, the loser lost no friends. His clever and plucky showing will certainly make him a good draw with any other second rate lightweight whose power of punch is not equal to that of Murphy.
BOXING QUESTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
BOXING QUESTIOhS ARGUMENT : Yes. Thorn beat Ta,lor, and Taylor has two v.ins over Jimmy Hill, who proved too good for Thorn last Saturday night at Brisbane. JIM FIT2 (Balmain) : Fogarty was beaten on several occasions, and mcr: tha.l once knocked out. A.H. (Redfern) : Jack Cole knocked out Fred Delaney in two rounds on June 12 last, at Sydney Stadium. A VETERAN KAN (Waterloo) : Pardon me, but your memory is at fault, Mick Doo'ey and Bob Fitzsimmons did meet, and the for mer won by a knock-out. 2. You are wrong again. Peter Newton boxed with both Scale and Foley, at the latter's hall. They were no-decision affairs, and the writers of the time credited the clever ma eur with having the better of matters. A.W., Alexandria. — The man you mention rnly had three contests, and was beaten on each occasion, Jim Fogarty, Charlie Dunn, and Bill HeckenburK doing the trick. FAN (Pyrmont) : Uren has had seven contests in Sydney this year, his opponents being Gilmore. O'Connor, Holland, Stone. Moy...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
BAKER'S STADIUM TO-NIGHT. TO-NIGHT. Kirat try-out, 7.13. Firtt preliminary, 7.13. lit'O. KDIHK i. 'JIMMY IIOLDEN. Second preliminary. S.J. , STAN MKGSON «?' DON PKEL. MAIN EVENT, JO IIOL'NUS. S.30 SHARP, TOMMY UREN v JACK COLE PMCES :' 10/'(ltn.), a.1, S.', am- 2/. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT. Drors open 7 o'clock. First Irv-out 7.LV Six iounJ.1 central, S o'clock. HARRY UKNIIAM v GEORUK SHALES. Tfli round i conttst S.S3. l.KS .WIDDKIiS v L.1IU1V KORAN. MAIN llVENT. 20 rounds, 8.G0 tharp. HENB1 DEMLEN v. TOM O'MALLEY PHICKS : 5/ (lies.). 2/ and I/. MATINEE NEXT THURSDAY, 3 P.M. 1. lloxing three roundi (try-outsl. I. Tae lwo Clailans (Conrci :lu* Kins.). ' 3. Training Exhibition, Art Magiil, uho meets Dav» Smith next i-aturdav nigh'.. t. Training Kxhlhilinn.- Have Smith 6. Mardiall und Niwai, lUucui-Is)' 8. Tiaiiih'i; Inhibition, trrnaml Ouin'lreux, who mccU Owtn Cairns ,,n Monday ,vcci, 7. TninhiK Exhibition, Oath Cairns 8. Elmor Trio (Equilibrist!.). 8. Training Exhibition, L« Darcy, who mse...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
YOL'R OLD FRIEND, JOE ANDREOLI HAS OPENED A COMMODIOUS, UP-TO-DATE, 9 TABLE BILLIARD ROOM. At 07 CASTLKRKACII ST., SYDNEY (Next Anzui and Itoi«r!aon'« and Kear ^* ? Tivoll Theatre). ? BOXING TAUGHT by WILL DIBLEY, So LOWER CAMPBEIi STREKT, f SUBBY HTUa. ? / Ron preparing ior 10-Bound ContoU it BUdhja . BOJt prep t^tvan gj^ 4tttflUS0. _ ? .
THE CYCLIST BUILDING HOMES FOR SOLDIERS Big Rally of Amateur Cyclists Needed: To-morrow's Trip to French's Forest [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
THE CYCLIST BUILDING HOMES FOR SOLDIERS Big Rally of Amateur Cyclists Needed: To-morrow's Trip to French's Forest By BEDE CARROLL. The amateur cvtlisK ):-,??-. .._j . ? »n allotment and b M^tZV''' returned soldiers. and will ^1/ ,ont, ot our must provide tl,cir mvn i..''i, ni.''''Pa'nr. will be on the elected 3lo.rm mi'the men. The run to French' Knri«i . C one through the S over '*!& *?„'&'$» wild flowers in abundance THIS IS tnt fir«;t nr-ririrn .._ ? - - ? - , ? - ?vm.'iuii uiHj;; .Vtllfll t*\*'lt«re have been asked to do something n-«,ir,i r #« j £'? ''«»''« -» the cycli.tr, to do their he»t. Mr. L. Schach his been cleared ready for the building.
TRACK SEASON WILL OPEN TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
TRACK SEASON WILL OPEN TO-DAY. The track racing -c.-sor. is lo open this after- ! noon, which is much earlier than usual and | should suit those riders who need a little racing to sharpen them up for ihe Eight Hours' Day racing. The AshHcIri Club r; to run four events at Prattcn Park. viz.. handicaps over a half, one. and tvo irile-. and n scratch race over three miles, for League riders. The Enficld-Burwood Club will forsake the road for the track, and run a couple of handi caps and -i three miles scratch race. With so many events on a good afternoon's sport is promised, particularly as the track ib in excel lent order.
OPEN ROAD RACE TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 26 August 1916
OPEN RO.-.i) RACE TO-DAY. The Central Cumberland Club wili h .Id its ?econd open rond race of ihr veavm this afternoon, over - cor.™ from Granville to Cam den. The distance is about 31 milcs :n,i the limit bunch will be de-patched at 2 4J pm «h»rp. regardless of abii-nters The race is arousing a lot of interest. The handicap* are M& foilnu.' f* IT-t.l*r --. . T i yi. --? _ M 30sec; J. N. Doodv. 4.15 T.' Kennedy. 4.40; E. E. Sell. 5.0; J. Fittlcr. 1.15: f\ Wat-on 6!5; H. Cassidy. 6.40: G. Shi pherdson 6 50- J W. Qaigley. 7.0; B. G.imbil. 8.15: E. B. Pell 90; T. Dwyer. 9.15: N. Bo.r-rm.in. 9.45: J. F. Smith I 10.0; R. Arnold. H. Sell. 10.45: T. B. Baker! 11J0; G. Harrison, H T. Hclc. 12..10.
ASSOCIATION SEASON CLOSES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
ASSOCIATION SEASON CLOSES The season may close to-day with two good games at Petersham Oval. St. Peters and St. Elmo provide the early attraction, and Univer sity and Petersham clash in the late fixture. St. Peters and University lead by one game in their respective competitions, and must win to-day to be premiers. If they are defeated the four teams will finish level, and additional games will be necessary. All things considered, the operations of the governing body must be put down as success ful. While many of the best or older players were lost to the Association, their places are assuredly being filled by young men of ability who need a little more experience to put the hallmark on their make-up. Another pleasing feature is that the Associa- 1 tion has not been bothered with internal troubles — all working for the game as a sport. Further, anything the Association did in the past to uphold the traditions of the sport can not be regretted in view of happenings else where. Discip...
STANDING OF TEAMS. District Division. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
STANDING OF TEAMS. District Division. r. w. r. L,. Per. University .... IS 13 1 1 .900 Petersham .. .. fS 12 1 2 .833 Bexley .... .^ 15 9 0 6 .600 Paddington .... IS 8 0 7 .533 1 Burwood ? IS S 0 10 .333 All Saints ? 14 4 0 10 .285 Moamao-N-S ? 13 3 0 10 .230 I Gordon ? 14 3 0 11 .214! A Division. St. Peters ? 13 11 0 2 .846 St. Elmo ? 13 10 0 3 .769 St. Clements .... 13 9 0 4 .632 Dulwich Hill Con. 13 7 0 6 .538 Petersham IL .. 13 6 0 7 .461 All Saints IL ..12 10 11 .083 University IL.. ..13 1 0 12 .076
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
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BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
BASEBALL NATIONAL LEAGUE By SAFE. - Tl» concluding round of the National Base ban League's first Winter competition will be played to-day, and that body has every reason to be satisfied with its new venture, as the class of 'ball has been top hole, and the at tendances under depressing conditions more than justified the League's provision for players jrho were going to be shut right out. At Leichhardt Oval, Petersham meet the Red Sox, which is a fitting fixture for a wind-up, each side having a victory to credit The Red Scat have got over their difficulty as regards placers, and will be fully represented, Lambert and Tackwcll having returned from military dories, but Petersham will be weakened, as Smith and Davis are unable to obtain the neces sary leave of absence. The vacancies will be filled from the second team, which contains some good material that only wants a chance to nhrriy, Last Saturday they played Second Grader Austin against Waverley, who hit better than anyone on the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
Harry Rickards' Tivoli Theatres, Ltd. Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide. Ooremliw Director ? HUGH D. McIN'TOSH. SYDNEY: LOUIS LONDON O'DONNELL and BLAIR. DAN AHERN, CLARENCE WILBUR. KELLY and FERN. VANDINOFF and LOUIE. ] LEIGHTON and KENNEDY. MARGARET JEWELL. GRACE HANSON. | DICK DOROTHY TRIO, ZONA TRADOR. I ADELAIDE. I WM. ANDERSON'S DRAMATIC CO. I MELBOUENE: CARDO and NOLL. WINIFRED LEVIERE. STANLEY and BURNS, MUSICAL BALKANS, BASLO and VIVI,' JACK and FORIS, MAX SELINSKY, FLOYD MACK and MABELLE. MARGARET LEROY, TWO CARLYONS, OS-KO-MON. BRISBANE, C. E. KING DRAMATIC CO.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
'The Mutiny of the Bounty '????'The Regeneration ' 1(BlS3r' ...?;?.? . . THE TWO BIO FEATUBE8 AT PICTURES, GEORGE STREET, NEAR HORDERN'S TITE KEWEST AND MOST EIABtMlATK TllKATIIK IX «VK;EY. WIIWIV, POX PHOTOPLAYS AUK SHOWS FIHST. Patron* -mii bout Hm1'- -v^'?/, Kvcuhig- Pro~rauune by '|ilioiilnir City OJIS. 1MILV 11 to U. COSTISW KMvMNCi. 8 to 11. 1J,(JW l-'KCT OV FUJI. Theatre 'clu*t» at 0, thoroughi; i*1**11, icntllatcO. nnt rf^incl lor i-veiiing i-ri-graram«.
MELBOURNE MOVIES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
MELBOURNE MOVIES The star feature at Hoyts Theatre de Luxe this week is The Wall Between, a Metro film lampooning social distinctions in military circles, the wall being the impassable barrier dividing commissioned and non-commissioned lanks in the Army. Francis X. Bushman and Beverly Bayne' play the leading roles. The film supplies six reels of fine acting, good photo graphy, and beautiful settings. At the Olympia, Blue Blood and Red, a Fox feature, forms the principal attraction. It is an exciting and interesting play, in which Koanc waisn displays some wonaeriui oronenn riding and fighting scenes, on a cattle ranch. The inevitable girl on the ranch is portrayed by Doris Pawn, who is quite as beautiful ai the scenery, which is saying a good deal. A Child of the Paris Streets, featuring Robert Harron and Mae Marsh, is drawing crowds to . th; Majestic. The picture is full of apaches and tense situations, and the acting throughout the play is on a high level. Another drama. The Marke...
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
SCREEN SNAPSHOTS Varied programme at the Lyceum next week. Flirting with Fate, La Boheme and The Lion and the Girl. Douglas Fairbanks is the central figure* of Flirting With Fate, the Triangle Fine Arts comedy drama, supported by Jewel Carmen, the pretty girl who played the part of the ? -RUTH FERN, OF KELLY AND FERN, AT THE TIVOLI. blonde vampire in The Children in the Hsiise, and the shallow butterfly girl in The Half Breed. The theme of the film may be stated as 'the evils that lurk in whiskers.' This does not refer to germs, but to disguises. Fairbanks wears them, the detective wears them, and the villain wears them. The impecunious young artist divines that j to-day's the day — for the rent man — so he heads ; for the park to while away the rentless hours. ? He espies a girl on a park seat, and promptly ' paints her portrait. A few days later his friend, Harry Hansum, blows Into the studio and recognises the portrait as that of a well known society debutante. Moreover, Harry of...
WHILE THE BILLY BOILS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
WHILE THE BILLY BOILS. Only a month has passed since it was first announced that Henry Lawson's books had been adapted for the stage, and the adapta tion was to be presented at the Theatre Royal on September 30. Yet Beaumont Smith has received several letters from outback express ing interest in his project, and enquiring if While the Billy Boils will be toured, and if it is likely it will visit the writer's town. No writer in Australia has a greater and wider circle of readers than Henry Lawson. E. J. Carroll and Beaumont Smith have ar ranged with Actor-Manager George Willoughby to produce the play, and the scenery is now being painted by J. A. Mann, from models sup plied by Henry Lawson. The music will be an important feature of the production; this has been written by George Hyam. | Ian Maclaren, who will play Bob Brothers, a bush wanderer and poet, 19, in private life, a dabbler in literary work. He has dramatised a book or two, and is at present engaged on a romantic drama of t...
THURSDAY'S TROTTING MEETING A SENSATIONAL RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
THURSDAY'S TROTTING MEETING A SENSATIONAL RACE. The Australian Trotting Club held a meeting on Thursday, when the crowd was up to the average. The excitement of the day was Un hopplcd Handicap, when Rye. the favorite, and Jewell's Patchen ran a dc.-.d heat. Twenty yards from the post the latter looked a sure winner, but Rye came fast and just Rot up in the last stride. The stewards decided that all bets on the dead-hc.itcrs should be divided, and, of course, those in running on either of these horses were declared oil. The judgment of the stewards, in ordering that bets be di vided, was the subject of much comment, but it war, entirely in accordance with the rules. In the run-off there was another touch of excitement for backers. As Rye and Jewell's Patchen came round the turn neck-and-ncck the former broke, and when his rider returned to scale he entered a protest, but the stewards speedily dismissed it. The Flying Mile went to that useful little horse Prince Wood, who was on the s...