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MISS FANNY DURACK'S LAURELS ARE COVETED. ASPIRATIONS OF ENGLISH LADY CHAMPION, MISS DAISY CURWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

MISS FAN NT DURACK'S LAURELS ARE COVETED. ASPIRATIONS OF ENGLISH LADY CHAMPION, ?MISS DAISY CURWEN. 'Who Is the champion lady swimmer of tho ?world V asks the Manchester 'Despatch.' To which they may reply, Mfss Fanny Durack. of Sydney, of course. 'Miss Daisy Curwen, the young Liverpool champion, who hns recently added another world's record to her many laurels, desires to win the honor, ndds the Manchester paper. 'I would love to win such an honor/ said Misit Curwen, when Interviewed. I have competed against nearly all the foremost lady swimmers except Miss Durack, the Australian, and people who are in a position to Judge tell me that she Is my rtrongej»t rival now. | would have com peted against Miss Durack at the recent Olym pic Games at Stockholm if 1 had not been obliged to retire from the ion metres race owing (o Illness.' 'Miss Cur.von would be delighted to race Miss Durack. If It could be arranged. 'The English champion is only 22 years of age. She commenced swimming when 12...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ATHLETIC GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

I ATHLETIC GOSSIP *» ® Br 'MENTOn.' .) { Tho comfclncd clubs' weekly sports, nt tht| Svilncy Snorts Ground, having been postponed oil Wednesday, owlns to rain, caused n goou deal of disappointment. The two old-timers J. Moroney and G. K. Conn arc to decide their match for a slake ot £*0 ptfldo at Newcastle to-night. It I* reported '.hat tbe fnmous Polytechnic Harriers (London) team may tour South Africa. !rcludcd amongst the names mentioned are : D. F. M'NIcol (milcr), V. H. A. D'Arcy and \V. R. AMilegarth (sprlntety), A. L. Treble (distances). C. NIcoi (quartcr-miier), nnd others. This Is a hot combination. Now that the American tenra will not Vc coming would It be possible to get the Poly technic hoys here : ? ' Cnce again has the Highland Society of N.S. Wales submitted a first-class programme for amateur athletes on New Year'* Day. The events, entries for which close at the Sports Club fo-nlght, are ns follow : 100 and 880 yards scratch rncos, 120yds flat, 120yds hurdles, one ni...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK. Th.irrday. , -Trainers had the use of the magpie j.ta»* track, uliich wu-» goo«l going. Eric ran the la«-t mile of siine fur lougJ in 1.401. Maldant put -cvcu furlongs past in 1.3-i, and St. ilcdoc ran ^i\ turlong* in 1.23, not iiilly ex tended. DariJifu bpurted, uml a last 6cvvn furlongh' gallo|) was put jn lJ-* Royal M-rv. Hallmark registered a circle iu 2.10, and Moorilla fed CliarleiiHe over fix lurlonz* in 1.22 i. Jacamar went at a steady uacti for mx I'ur ' longs, and Roval Scotch wa.* nor extended in hU t.i*k. Let a ran s-eteli furlong* in 1.331, asai*t'd by a mate. Pile-ia *and Mis* Enid put in a useful inih*. \Vool ran a mile ami a furlong in 2.ui. Loehano beat Embracer over A'Vcn furlong- in 1.3li. and Malthu-ian accounted lt-r lhn*e-qturieiN of a miK' iu 1.20, mushing at the far ddc. Elixir aud Brittiny ran reven furlongs «n,L37-!. Adgio wont stcadiK ov'-r u mile, and Waltz ln/nt Wyealla over six furlongs in 1.20J, Prime Lack went freely over a lik...

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WESTERN SUBURBS ASSOCIATION. Seventh Round—December 7 and 14. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

? ? ' ' wkstfiiv srnritBs association*. ! 1 Setenih Round— December 7 and 11. ! ririt t-raue. — A-hneld v. New town Congr.'g.itio'i tl C Ward and F. Drewelt; Meelunies v. Hunvool Cnitetl' (';! Cow per ,itul 11. Staples; Botany v. Sargent's. 1). .McPlnlti' nie.v and S. J. Aluhpteene.t ; Camperdown v. Hiu^ StJr W j Huxley and C. Reui*. Newtown Oxford v. Hurlstonc Pa«k' A. ?lolnn'on and H. Rowland; Erskinevillc a Inc. ' 1 Second Grade.— St. Aubyn v. Alexandria 'Iblnu, Dro.nl* way Knox v. ltcalo and Co., Warren Cambridge 'v. Net tleton. Sou and Co.. Canterbur,vt v. A.thfield H. (11. Aull and F. W. Lewis), Gowing Bros v. Campv:\ Third Grade, No. 1 Division.— Petersham Cpllin'woo'l v. Petcr.tham United, Cambridge Kior.i v, °Cam periiown Cambridge, Erskiruville Surrey v. IVt. Junior Baseball (W. Noonan and, J. A-rei), Cumi--ie Waratah v. Marrickviile Junior (K. Doyle'. ind It. Ki.ij), Jtunvoud United B v. Fcnihill Kiora. * No. 2 Division : Dymo«'kS Book Arcade v. Yiet.iria Park. Pe:et.sham...

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BALMAIN AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. (Seventh Round—December 7 and 11). [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

BALMAIN AND DJSTRICT ASSOCIATION. (Seventh Round — December 7 und 14). ? 'A' Grade.— -St. John's, Glebe, 'A' v Pyrmont Re finery. Canal No. 1, W. Thackeray and M. Meade; Annamlale v Government Dockyard, Canal No. 2. IL Mai tin and J. Glanville ; Maintain Ramblers v Leich hardt Hill, Euxtou Park, J. Raker aud (?'. Dawes, 'H' Grade.— Annandale Trafalgar v Orange Grove, Swan Park No. l, G. Brennan and W. Rugg ; Balmaln MiMcottc v Ashllehi Selwyn, Canal No. ,*». A. Edward* and E. Brennan ; Leichhardt Fernleigh v Five Dock, Fixe Dick No. 1, H. ClunvilJr and W. Binder ; Lcich hard? Central and Leichhardt Oak* have the bvi*. tirade. — St. BedeS v Si. JohnS. Glebe. 'B,' Fhe Dock No. 2. E. Atkins and D. Wilkie ; Leichhardt Hmiherhood \ 1 1 o 7 1- 1 1 1? Junior*. Canal No. 0, R, Wilson aud J. Ma-ou ; Balmaiu Federal v Pvrmont Raievr* Ca'..l No. I Cook ami A. I.ovc'ly ; DruminmuJ Mithodi*! and St. Paul s hate the bye*.

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NORTH SYDNEY ASSOCIATION. "A" Grade—December 7 and 14. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

NORTH SYDNEY ASSOCIATION. ' 'A' Grade— December 7 and 11. 1 Willoi.ghby v. N.S. Institute, Narejnburn No. 1, Roaehi and Towfisend. ? - Chatswood v. Good Intent, M.U., Bcaucbamp Park. Kelly and Yiner. Kirribilii v. Weatleigh, Cammeray No. 1. Gardvnc and Robertson. . , **BM Grade. Asm ni v. Willoughby It, Willoughbv Park. Thrussell and Kneeves. Neutral Bay v. Chatswood Archer. Naremburn No. 2. Keene and Trevor-Jones. Brookvalc v. Ralgowlatt. Brookvale. Bay-road District v. Lane Cove. l*anc Core. Bucking ham and Reynolds. Good Istent, ALU., v. N.S. Baptist. Cammerav No. 2. Somen and Sheather. Codnor v. Willoughby l-oolballcrs. Naremburn No. 3. Jlrlck and Tile v. St. Stephen,*. Gore IHI1. Tvrrell and Johnson.

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FIXTURES. CRICKET. N.S. WALES CRICKET ASSOCIATION. (Sixth Round-December 7 and 11.) First Grade. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

FIXTURES. ? ? ? l CRICKET. | N.P. TTAI.ES CRICKET ASSOCIATION | (Sixth Round— December 7 and IL) i First Grade. j Middle Heritor v. University, Jlanl:\ J, A. Turnbull and A. P. William*. North Sydney v. Redfcm, North Sydnev. W. Curran aod A. Seymour. Paddington v. Petereham, Hampden. A. C. Jones and R. Thornthwaite. Sydney v. Ilaltnain, S.C.G. No. 1. R. M. Wallace snd Rev. T. Berry. CIcU? v. Waverley, Wentworth Park. A. Lucaa and J. . Central Cumberland v. Gordon, Parrramatta. W. J. Bailicr and W. G. French. Burwocd a bye. Second Grade. Randwick v. St. George, Randwick. J. Casey and W. .Mihell. Burwood v. Balmaln, . l'rattcn Park. C. Clarke and W. H. C. Davis. Waverley v. North Svdnev, Waverlev No. 1. S. Smith and E. il. Davis. Gordon v. Leichhardt, Chatswood. il. Joyce and J, £. Cairns. University, v. Middle Harbor, University. J, Nicholls and J. IL Metcalfe. Glebe v. Central Cumberland, Jubilee Park. E. J. , Shaw and' W. Jlumpagc. Mo*man v. Syduey, Mosman. C. 'W. Waugh and E. Wats...

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To-day's Racing Programme. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

To-day's Racing Programme. RACING. , 1 no*rhill Itacr*.— First race, 2.15 p.m. Sppr.al train# will Irivc Central fbittvrav Station an fnllow : 11. ?*- u.m. j honwf). flrct clajj 12.40 p.m., first a,„i srrond claM 11. M I a.m.. 12.7. 12.22, 12^-G. 1.?, 1.20, ami 1.J7 p.m., second cl*5* 12.51 p.m. « - Kensington Itaw.— First racr, 2 p.m. Spccial tram«« to the tour^c.

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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS ROSEHILL RACES. (BY "PILOT.") [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS] ROSEHILL RACES. (By 'PILOT.') MAIDEN HANDICAP : LOUD HOLMAX ? ? 1 First Principle .. ............ 2 Simmcreen ? ? .. .. ...... 3 JUMPERS' FLAT RACE : CIIEYENNE ? „ .. 1 * Credit ? .. .. « ». 2 J'hobos ? ? 3 CLYDE STAKES : PONTANO ? v.. .... I - Master Flavus ? ? 2 Morton Lad ? ? ? .. 3 NURSERY STAKES : MORDKIN .. .. .. .. ? 1 Azoic ? ? .. ? ? 2 Forcat Lily .. ..- .. .. .. .. .. 3 ROSEHILL HANDICAP : odist ?.. ..i-.. .. 1 Eric .... — .. „ ? ? 2 Mutilator ? ? _ .. 3 FARRAMATTA MILE : SEQUARIOUS .. .. _ 1 loll ? ? ., ? ? 2 KHmcadon ? ? ? ? 3 KENSINGTON RACES. (By 'PILOT.') j NOVICE HANDICAP : ! First Division. LADY NOLAN or MON MONO. Second Division. COMRAX or SWEET SUCCESS. FLYING WELTER HANDICAP : CLARENCE ? ? ? t Carwynan ? 2 ? ? 3 FOURTEEN HANDS HANDICAP : ATHERDON ? ? l Mayfalr .. .. .. .. ? ? \ 2 , Lattrlet .. .. .. ? ? 3 APPROVED STAKES : I.OCHARITE ? ? ? .. .. 1 Urania .. ? ? ? ? ? 2 Jacomy .. ? ? ? .. .. 3 FOURTEEN-TWO HANDICAP : MISS FIE...

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KENSINGTON RACES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. NOVICE HANDICAP-[?] furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

KENSINGTON RACES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER II. SOYlCi: HANDICAP— .'-1 furlong*. *t lb rt Ih Anthony ? 5» 4 Drown Dick ? 7 in Bioscope '.. .. .. l- 0 Bunwong ? ? 7 10 Mulga Mick .. .. 811 Meddler ? 7 9 Martin B ? S 10 Adeline ? 7 9 Circumspect ? 8 9 Sweet Success .. .. 7 2 Hardwick ? ? 8 7 Saidic C ? 7 0 GratiS .. .. ....8 0 HannilKl ? ? .79 Azimuth ? 8 Rooney ? 7 9 Dainty Girl .. ..8 4 Dalbatel ? 7 7 Moo Mono ? 8 4 Comrax ? 7 7 (?olden Tip* ...... 8 4 tyiick March ? 7 7 Silver Bell .. .. .. 8 2 Lorna .. .. .. .. 7 7 Adnorno ? 8 2 Pickett .. ? ? 7 7 Sheffield ? 8 1 Bob Trent ? 7 7 Lady Murilto ? ? 8 1 Experiment ? 7 7 Clean Sweep ? S I Sir- Kenley .. .... 7 7 I,ady ? ? ? 'i Berfu ? 7 7 Ijdy Sydney ? SO Dallettc ? ..7 7 Dinard .. — .... 7 12 Prolific ? 7 7 Siege Girl .. .. .. 7 11 Heme Rule ? 7 7 Rose Alpine ? 7 10 Jone* ? .. 7 7 Sir Coolie ? 7 10 Mungay ? 7 7 FLYING WELTER HANDICAP— 4j furlongs. Cable News .. .. .. 10 5 Tofha ? ? ? .. 8 0 Fortuna ? 9 A Matinee ? 8 5 Carwynan ? 9 3 Simola ....

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ROSEHILL RACES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14. MAIDEN HANDICAP. (To start at 2.15 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

ROSEHILL RACES. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1 1. MAIDEN HANDICAP. (To -»tari at 2.15 i».m.'- Of imi «o\-. with 4 »we**p«tukp« of 1 *ov /or nartrra ii'MfJ; M-cond Iwr/c |.» and t/iir-l hor.w '- »mi Sn-m ihe pri/4*. For niiuilrrt. at time ot 'tarting.. Ap- prrnlio'i who have not ridden Ave winner* during their a|.prentice?4iip allownl *»U», provided no hor^e wrrics lrt-- than 0«t Tib. 0 ftirlougn. Mr. '.lohti MvndrrV br or hlk'f HORFATINA. 3yt* '9 3 Mr. T. llarrvV h g OSrKIM.KV. Ut* ? S 7 Mr. T. F. Sctillv'j. t- in \V.\1,TZ. '»vi- ? ? ti 0 Mr. I*. W. Hurjn'« ch g I.ORl- lldl.MAN, f»vr» h a Mr. 'K. J. Cravfn'i' br orblk h MAKTHl'H. iyn .. a u Mr. 'A. MiltoaV ch e KIUST PKINtiPl.K. :tvi- .. 7 12 Mr. M. J. MillerS Ir i .SIMMKKKKN. ::*« .. .. 7 12 Mr. '.I. Nurthin.V l,r g IIIDOTTO, 3.vr» ? 7 y Mr. It. F. Kvan»* br e KYN.SKI-ltI-. 3vi- .. .. 7 12 Ur. C. llrUkriS blk m HABKM.A, i-r- ? 7 II Mr. il. Colmr* b .m PKKT. Ivr». ? 7 11 Mr. 1, J. S'oan-»S ch g COM) LXDDIK, ;V.r» .. .. 7 10 Mr. V. .M. Whiter ...

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AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT: THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT: I THE THEATRES. TIKR MAJESTY'S. — ?Tlorodor*.' THKATHK KOYAL. — 'Harbor Lights.' 'TKII tOX.^— **3lllcaton('f .** AULLt'lH. — 'Hast Lynnc.' THE VARIETY THEATRES. — ^,a'' Acrobat?, Vm,7v?».-V' ^MPUtTUKATRK.— Fred Curun. I HIM Ks.s.— -taurievilte lJntertalncrb. ??FLOnODOttA' RKVIVED. l,r,5ht new dressing, the revival of Florodora is drawing well ut H.*r Majesty'a. ?fr\.Frcil Youi,K 18 l' charge of the f;tage, and Mr. Andrew MacCunn la the conductor. Miss Grace Palottn. who was In ih? 1301 cast, ia again an attractive and animated LutP* Holv rood. N ' Coming after the big-voiced Wallace Rrawn low In tho part of Aherco»:d. Mr. Greene made the vocal hit ot the revival with nla artljtic alnging of 'The Shade of the Palm. ' Mlaa Blanche Browne Is not at her best as Dolores. Sitting In the dreas-clrcle on Saturday uight, Mr. Hugh Ward, tho GlHaiu ot 1901. must have been pleased to sec how well Mr. Hollu^d shaped In the part. 'Florodora' will hold the stag...

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CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

j CYCLING NOTES ® By -BLUE 3TREAK.' © The Cyclists' Union's Club Saturday for De cember fulln on to-day at thr Sports Ground, and, ns usual, a largo number of events wlM be put through. Tho handh aps of many club raeefl arc published in this column. In the Auburn League Club'u chamnlonahlp. D'Arcy Byrne evinced considerable improvement | by defeating 11. Nelson in the uprlnt home. Tho race was slowly run— a fact which would j usually bo expected to suit Nelson rather than j Byrne ; but the latter llnlshed with a really good effort, and won by half a wheel. Next Wednesday will see the last of the electric light sports at tho Sports Ground prior to the New Year, and It promises to be the most successful held this season. The trustees of the ground desire to make these gatherings a success, and uext Wednesday ladies v.* ill be admitted free. Both the Aehfield and Burwood League clubs *'111 be holding races, and possibly tbe Aus tralian Bicycle Club will make a third, though this will b...

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RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

RUGBY UNION FOOTBALL, E Southec Is the fourth Rugby footballct from the first fifuen of the Sydney University to be awarded the Rhodes Scholarship. H* shruld stand i'- chance of winning a position as wing three-quarter In the Oxford team, it ho fallow up the game keenly. . particulars of the sending off the field ot W. Tasker in San Franelaco were given this week la Wednesday's 'Referee' by the special cor respondent witii, the team. Taisker apparently, was the victim of partisanship. It appear^ from tbe American newspapers that , the conch. James Schaeffer. whom we know vers'-' well in Sydney, rushed on to the field and in structed the referee. Ashley, io order TaskeiV ofl. | Afterwards the two coaches. Schaeffer and O. Presley, sat on the committee whle.h adjudicated oti ib' case. Clearly th? Americans havo not yet grasped the spirit of the IThgby game, or bcionu acquainted with the laws and customs n luting to Ita control. Evidently the spirit of the American g&mti j-rill...

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ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

I ROWING © By 'AQUA.' The ehl^f attraction this affrr*-on is the Championship Regatta on the Parramatta River! Elaborate arrangements have been made for the comfort of tho public, and with only four races on the programme, which it Is proposed will start to time, the public should be buck In town in ample time for their evening's amusement. The ruccs* Include Champion Eights mm vnumD.jn mums, narry tircen. the ama teur champion, should succeed in retaining the title. The Eights, .in which four crews face the starter, wear a more open appearnnce. The premiers. Balmaln. have a fine crew, stroked by Gmndin, backed by T. Parkinson at No. 0. who has Just returned from New Zealand: and included in the boat are S. Amess at No. 7 and T. C. Parker at No. 5, who accompanied the Olympic - rew to Europe. Additional interest la lent to the Regatta, since one will have the opportunity, for the first time since their return, of seeing the vic torious oarsmen In notion. The other Olymplo men rowing...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

LOWING ENTHUSIASTS MAKE NOTE. £75--Lake Macquarie~£75 THE IULLM1NKY 0? AC57RALU- - BOXING DAY. HAURY rKARCn, TOIVNS BROS.. ttiriT.Y. McDEMTI, un- 10 OTHER PROMINKNT SCULLERS. . . . compktixi; roi; &rnt\ EIGHT HEATS Ol* SdX EACH. o/-l'MriRE'S BOAT TOR Till! DAY-o ?prcial train leaves Sydney for Cockle Creek, UOX1NC1 MORNING, (J.43 and 7.53 a.m.— rvach coursc ia lisis ior :»m tuut, 11 a.m. RETURN PARE (SAME DAY), '*!. FRANK D'ARCHY. Speer*:! Poiut Uoicl.^ i- 'SUNDAY TIMES' $ I DOUBLE .f; | XMAS NUMBliS!,!! :j: TO-MORROW! :j: -j- NO Bxtrd Charge. j*

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RUGBY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

RUGBY LEAGUE. Mr. E. R. Larkin, secretary of the Neir South Wales- Rugby League, attended the banquet ar ranged by the 'Maltland United Club, premier* of the Hunter League. Replying to the toast of the parent body, Mr. Larkin sttougly advised players contemplating I leaving the country for the city with the Idea | of making money out of the game to think well | before they took the step. If they trained well 1 thev could attain the highest honor.-, no matter | where they resided.

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FROM OUR CRICKET READERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 14 December 1912

from our cricket readers. (By ? GULLIVER.') 'A.W.,' a Bnlmaln render, sends me the following: ' .Something approaching a record was established at Callan Park Crb ket Ground on , Saturday last In a match between Mosman III. j and Callan Park Hospital C.C. The former, batting first, scored fi?. C. Conke carried his I bat right through the Innings for 5' not out. | As there were P sundries, he thus si ored all but lu runs off the bat for the side, lie hit five I's , In succession off tho last over he received.' . j It Is very good Indeed. But there have been many feats surpassing it. Por Gloucestershire against Yorkshire in lSf-5. Gilbert L. Jcssop scored out of the f.J made while he was batting in minutes : bur. of course, he did not go through th' Innings. On another occasion the mighty hitter of Glom ester scored l'H out of 118 in 4' minutes for the county ttam v. Yorkshire in 1J?I»7. But the phenomenal Jessop has scores of such wonderful feats to his credit. He scored 64 out of in...

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BOXERS AND SPORTSMEN IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

BOXERS AND SPORTSMEN IN ? ENGLAND. Malt Wells and Fred Welsh were at the! National Sporting Hub on November 1^. tor the j paying over the stakes and the presentation of tho Lonsdale Holt, in spite of the vigorous con test Wells and Welsh had a day earlier, both looked 'In the pink.'* aud neither bore any par ticular trace of their overnight meeting in the ' ring. As the winner. Welsh, was naturally all smiles und perfectly satisfied with the decision. Wells thought It had been a good contest, but his many friends had declared that he was not a loser. Air. A. F. Bettinaon next made the presentation of tho Lonsdale Belt, emblematic of the Kngllsh Light-weight Championship. He avowed thai it had been a good, keen contest. Those present It v.as a considerable sportlug crowd—could un derstand the reelings of a dcteat-.'d man. tho holder of the belt, on such an occasion. (Hear, hear.) For himself he considered Welsh a zoo& winner, because he had previously been a good loner. -Appl...

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MISS MARIE CORELLI ENTERTAINS THE SPRINGBOKS AT STRATFORD-ON-AVON. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 21 December 1912

MISS MARIfc CORELLI ENTERTAINS THE SPRINGBOKS AT STRATFORD-ON-AVON. l-nfortunutely the visit of the South Africans to historical ijiratford-on-Avon on Sunday. No vember 10. was marked by a disasreenble | change in the wealber, yet tho ColoniiU great- i ly enjoyed their duy In Shakespeare'.! town. The party, nuoiu*:-,ng ..\\i\ thirty, iwterc-d fr.mi ! Leicester, and arrived In fc'trutiord shortly I after noon. Before luncheon, the ancient Pariah ] Church was viiitcd, ovev which they were per- ' sonauy conducted by tho vicar. I Betore renewing the Light-seeing, Miss Marie Corclll, accompanied by Mr. Arthur Severn, th'? artist, arrived at the hotel, aud was intro duced to several members of the, team. A move 1 was then made for Shakespeare's birthplace und ? the Memorial Theatre, and also Harvard House, t At liur o'clock, tho South Africans made th-.-lr j way to Mason's Croft, tbe beautiful home of Miss Corelli. who had Invited the team to tea, and on arrival each member of the team wa...

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