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MUNICIPAL COURSES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
MUNICIPAL COURSES. With rcicrcncc to the article about municipal golf courses that appeared in tins week's Kcf trec, 1 notice that a member of the Parkes Committee of the Leeds Town Council at tended to the proposal to establish a municipal golf course a Koundhay. He said it had Deen objected that the course would not pro vide for the people who really wanted it. However, he was satisfied that it would do something to enhance the attractions of the park. The amount to be expended was £200, about what it took to make a bowling Ereen. He prophesied that within the space ot twelve months from that date the whole of the £200 would have been paid off from the profits, and Leeds might go on to provide golf courses in different parts of the -city. It is not so long ago that people thought that golfers played only for 'swank'; but that is all altered now. It only needs cheap golf to be obtainable to show how many men with small means will eagerly avail themselves of the opportunity to play,...
THE UPS AND DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
THE UPS AND DOWNS. George Marich did rather a rcmaraaDie per formance the other day. He started out with a iour-ball but found himself playing so badly that he retired aud had a lesson from D. G. Soutar. After the lesson he played Soutar a few holes, with the result that he was 2 up at t!i' fifth, and 2 up on scratch bogey, his score bVng 3 5 3 4 6 — ihc first and fourth being one un-'er bogey. At this stage he retired for the day. well satisfied, and I don't wonder at his satisfaction.
SILVER KINGS UNOBTAINABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
SILVER KINGS UNOBTAINABLE. I had a letter from a player in Melbourne to-day asking me if I could locale any SUver KiiiU balls 01 any variety, as there were none to be had in Melbourne. 1 am sorry to say 1 cant, and still sorrier that I was rashly pcisuaded to lend two to a benighted golf ex, who could not play with any other sort, and su am short myself.
THE A's. AND THE B's. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
THE A's. AND THE B's. What a vast difference there ir, at Manly between the score of the winner of the A and B grades. A. W. Buz;:ncott (10) won the former with 79 net, while Ralph Durct pulled oU the latter with 90-20 — 70. The ne:;t best score in the A grade was an 81 by Tomble son, while there was a 73 ami a 76 in the B grade. The difference between n-.ed:l and bogey play must be very pronounced, for I raw a card by .-. man on 15-10, who was 67 net. \vb\la he was only square with bogey, and that, even thuu:;h he won six holes outright fro:n bogey. I wonder how the method often adopted in Eng land of giving the full medal handicap in bogey t.n,,,r-;. ;«.... ...o..m work?
THE AUSTRALIAN MEDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
THE AUSTRALIAN MEDAL. I must congratulate N. F. Christoe on his fine performance in the Australian Medal 0:1 Saturday last. His win in the event was a very popular one. His scores were 80 plus 75 ? 155 plus 4 — 159. McLelland was second, one stroke worse from scratch. He had a very, good chance of winning up to the 16th, but took twelvr for the last two holes. D. G. Soutar had the best round of the day (74) and up to the fourth hole 111 the after noon was going ttrongly until he misjudged his putt and took 3 to hole out instead of a possible one stroke on the green. From then on, as he tersely expresses it, he was 'thinking' all the time and tool: 79. It is a matter of wonder to me how. with the small amount of practise he gets he is not 'think- ing' all the time. It was hard luck for Popplewell to take an S at the last hole after his brilliant play, and spoil almost a certain 72.
WILSON'S GOOD FORM. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
WILSON'S GOOD FORM. T. J. Wilson showed fine form on Saturday afternoon, when the track racing season opened at Pratten Park. He annexed three out of the four events of the Ashfield Club. He started by winning the half-mile handicap from 10yds, from T. Cannon (20) and H. Cassidy (25). It was a fine race, Wilson only winninc by ft wheel in 61sec — very fast time for this track. He won the two miles from 30yds, by inches, from H. Cassidy (100) and J. Wilson (410). in the five miles scratch he won with ease from H. Cassidy and J. Scrusc. The latter won the mile handicap from veteran P. J. Hird (110) and H. Cassidy (50), who filled a place in the four events. The Enfield-Burwood (amateur) Club's events were also interesting. The half-mile went to a long-marker, in W. Collis (95) from R. Butler (120) and R. A. Munro (60). The winner prevailed by a wheel in 1.2. In the mile, R. A. Butler (240) scored from R. A. Munro (120) and R. A. Goddard (220). Butler scored right on the line in 2.31.<...
EIGHT-HOUR ENTRIES TO-DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
EIGHT-HOUR ENTRIES TO-DAY. Cyclists, both amateur and professional, can not afford to overlook the fact that entries posi tively close this evening, with the secretaries of the respective governing bodies, or at the Trades Hall, for all events at the Eight Hour* Carnival on Monday, October 2. There is * very fine programme of events as follows: VOU MKMIIKR.S CTfXISTS' I.MON. TlrR HOI.MAN .STAKES. 4 mile. Triirs, -T*n oro-T« Taltie, tir.^l tLfl. *f*coti'l a.3, tii:pi XL Lutr^QCe 1 . t'NION IIANPIlWP, I1 mi:.-. rri:r.-, 'r'n orders ralut. lir-t iir,. ^eci.,1 £::; -.hir.1 il. Entrance. J,. TUB Vt.ltSON HANDICAP. 1 milr. Pn--/--. 'r*n crier* valnr. fir.-i !'??. srron'l £.1. t):ir-l XI. ijlLranro 1.'. Ili' if., ilr.' r. irtlalionti, fpntu i.'lul., liintei Krcrt. FOR MKMBK11S1 LEAGIE Of W1IKELMK.V. KICirrilOIll W11F.KL HACK, 'i mile?. First pTO £.%5, wwiil Jlf: lhifl j::., fourth 41, «J'1 .to diwicd INUfS.TUIAI.ISTS' HANDICAP. 1 nulo. First p.-u- £10, i»'w! £!. ;J,;pl iLl. Kn--r.ir.cT 1 ....
SMALL FIELD FOR ROAD RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
SMALL FIELD FOR ROAD RACE. Fourteen out of the 20 entrants tor tne open road race of the Cumberland Club, from Gran vilJc to Camden, faced the starter on Saturday, and they had a rough ride. The roads were in a very bad state. The finish was very close, Frank Watson (6.25). J. Fittlcr (5.15), and J. N Doody (4.15) sprinting over the tape for victory, and finishing in that order, a length separating the three. Fastest time honors went to J. N. Doody, who covered the 31 miles in lhr 28min 30sec. He paced the field the last mile. H. Hele, the limit man, was fourth. Charlie Fittlcr, tbe scratch man, had the bad luck to puncture, after riding 20 miles, and. when he had the placed men in sight. R. Arnold and T. Baker fell early in the race. Both re-mounted, and the former finished on one pedal, half an hour after the winner. J. W. Quiglcy. the ex-amateur, rode well. He got into some rouEh sutff near the finish, and was placed ;;ixth. The favorite for the race was H. Sells. He rode well, b...
THE CYCLIST SUNDAY AT FRENCH'S FOREST: GOOD WORK FOR SOLDIERS Another Trip To-morrow: Racing on the Track and Road [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
THE CYCLIST SUNDAY AT FRENCH'S FOREST: GOOD WORK FOR SOLDIERS Another Trip To-morrow: Racing on the Track and Road By BEDE CARROLL. To say that the muster of amateur cyclists at French's Forest on Sunday last, when the Cyclists' Union held its first working Sunday, was satisfactory, would be saying that which is very wide of the mark. The response made to the appeal to assist one of our returned heroes by building a home was disappointing in Hie extreme, and unaccountable. There were 19 present, when there should have been at last a hundred. Those able-bodied young riders who had the day free have good reason to be uiiiaitivu ui u1v.11 iiuiraiktiiuaiiwt., m. 11 ui, i/uunu that there was a big muster in Centennial Park and at popular resorts. There was nothing to do there to show appreciation of what the re turned Anzacs have done for us alL There is no excuse whatever for such a poor attendance as 19. The day was fine, and the trip is a most enjoyable one, over good roads, and throu...
NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
3OTES. Red Indians were in force at Newport on Sunday last. Messrs. Miiledce Bros, invited Indian riders to a dinner at the popular seaside | resort, and 54 accepted the invitation. 16 of ?which were side-cars. Those who participated Npent a very pleasant day, and ere lookin; for ward to the next. ? j The Canberra Club will hold a launch picnic j to Middle Harbor to-morrow. A big muster is nromised Experience with motor cycle side-cars fitted with screens shows that only when the screen ] is placed close in front of the passenger, and I not some distance away, can anything like satisfactory results be obtained. Where there | is a big space between the occupant of the ? side-car and the screen the former is subjected to inconvenience through draught, and in cold weather especially tl:crc i:; considerable risk ' attending the use of the appliance. Where, on the other hand, the screen is of the pattern which is connected with the door and arranged to move with it, to allow of the passe...
CANBERRA CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
CANBERRA CLUB. The Canberra Club's launch picnic to Middle Harbor to-morrow, has been postponed until September 10, when a pleasant outing is as sured. Tickets may be had from Hon. Secre tary Les Stapler,, or from Mr. H. Macartney, Metro Works, I'itt-strcct. been doing his bit for the Empire, has been in valided home. A meeting of the club will be held on Tues day night. Reg Pearce, writing from Tamworth. states that the track meeting of the club on Wednes day, September 20, already gives promise of being a big success, as also do:;: the club's 50 miles road race on Eight-hour Day
VICTORIAN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
VICTORIAN ITEMS. The Victorian Motor-cycle Club is now making arrangements for the annual reliability trial to Marysvillc. The course Is a very moun tainous one. C. S. Teece. winner of the recent 24-hours' trial, was entertained at dinner by Messrs. E. W. Brown and Co. a few nights ago. Mr. J. Herman, president of the Victorian Club, pre sided, and in proposing the health of the guest remarked that his performance was a most meritorious one, as he rode the only fixed ctiKinc. side-car combination In the race. It was pleasing, he said, to sec an amateur hold his own with the trade riders. Tecce had never previously won a competition, although he is one of the oldest members of the Victorian Motor-cycle Club. The official result of the elimination test of the Victorian Motor-cycle Club has been pre pared. The 14 riders who sot through the 24 hours' trial without loss ol points again com pleted the elimination run to Winchelsea and back, a distance of 150 miles They were 28 hours in th...
TENNIS TOWN TALK [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
[?] * JfTAuau/ c2? ? The men's doubles tournament on the Ame rican system will be commenced this afternoon on the Double Bay courts. The proceeds arc to be applied towards tr.akin!: a needed im provement a1. ti-.c A^ccv.tion's headquarters, in the erection of ,i practice board. In this ra«e the board will coiiji.-i oi brick, an-J both niej will b- available for players. It i.i estima'.e.i to cost about £15. A s,ood field oi confer'. jiiis have cnicrcl. The players will rrobabl' be divided imo two batches, and it is hopcj to finish the tournament by next Saturday. The system 'o be adopted in this Associa tion doubles will be to ir.a!;e the lc.a:r/i play the best of, say, 12 Ramei. As it is to be a sealed handicap, nobody will linow who has won until the concluding game is played by the pairs who manage to ge: into the final between the best of the two Oivisions. The handicaps allotted will Lc so many games out of the 12. or whatever number it is decided to play. The practice board is...
THE RIFLE [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
THE RIFLE Cy RANGE-RNOGf!. Rand'vicUs Sot a knocU-out home at Botany Ran,.e on Saturday, ihu'. evening i-.iatters with South Sydney, for ihc defeat administered by I the latter on the occasion of their la;.t meeting at Rindwick. The main match this time was between team'; | of len. li.-ins M ;.ho:.-; at &r.3ydr. and the visirors , triutr.phe:l by !3 p:t::t!: — .cores, 6!4 to 596. Throujhou*. the fftcrnoo'i a tricky nor'-cas'.tr | kept thi costhc- conttnvilly an the alert, and , in ths oircuxBianccs top-icorcrs G. Slifi (Sout.i | Sydney) and M. Joseph (Kandwiek). each with , M, bad reason to be well pleased with their e;- I fort-. . | I Defeat in South's csre waj in a measure re lieved of its sting by the performance of that chtb'c second team, which beat F-ar.dv.ick's No. 2 j division by .1 substantial margin. Prizes, in i the '.hap: of a set of spoons, lor the lus'nc.t ; atorin:; quartette. w;rc won by a Randv.iclc section itnsler I'reil Master], the t:ores being: I M. Jose...
TO-DAY'S TARCER LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
TODAY'S TAHGET MST. ' . For Ihia afternoon'.! rJi.ictinB urje'3 it th- Rjiul^iii Jlinse have K-:ii allotted to Ihc M'x.*.--- tjuh. :? ? A.JI.r. Soi-iot.\ . Slclropolitm. Auburn. ' ' Ni'Hli *-:::(?-. Amundalc. ri-lMflwiii. Ilurwood. 4'r.rtanulla. llolnicrc. 11''-'. Ilalnuin. Jliv-kilalf. foiitor.l. ite^iMrar-neMral's Dept. l-alla.i l-arii. liunilwlrk. -Vv!.jf).j Dock.nrd. IJamlivii-l; InSitutr. I'nliHilal Su£3.-' tto. Miat) lli'Id. C!-,V Wumlvrll.-li. IClMern Sillii.Tr-. Wnrkj l-.-p-irtnw«. Ru-mit and LVnpanr. ttjverloy. llaliirtlcl'l. YnrkRhlrr- S'nne!;-. Ua'rrictlUl*.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD FOR COLDS 1 ? . Mr. John W. Doyle, Secretary of the Eight Hour and Labor Demonstration Committee. Sydney, writing on July 1. 1015, said : — 'It tives me much pleasure to state 1 have found HEAN'S ESSENCE an exceptionally good re medy for colds. Its moderate price and rapidity of action should make a special appeal to workers with large families. HEAN'S ES SENCE supplies a long-felt want in the home.' MEAN'S ESSENCE is obtainable from Chem ists and Stores. Two Shillings' Worth maker, one pint of finest quality CoukIi nnd Sore Throat remedy — as much as you can ^et of ordinary mixtures for 12/. — ?
MANLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
MANLY CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP. ? The first half of 18 holes of the final of the Manly Club Chanrvionship ended in favor of Apperly by 6 up. In the second half, at the first hole, Apperly. after making a perfect drive and pitch got a 3. the putt being 'gobbled.' At the second Apperly pushed out his second, the drive landing him in a bad lie, and pulled third into the rough to the left of the green. Sealy's third landed on to the bank of the ditch, but he made a good recovery, and fonnd the |;reen. Appcrly's fourth was also on the green, but a long way from the hole. He then holed a long putt for a 5, and Scaly followed suit. At the third Apperly pulled and Sealy sliced, but, though both were on in two. Sealy lost the hole through taking three putts^ — an un usual event for him. Apperly pulled into a bad position at the fourth, in the rough, while Scaly hit the bank of the first ditch on the full with his drive and stayed in. Apperly re covered well and won in 5 to 6. Apperly played a magni...
GOLF NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Arrow — 2 September 1916
GOLF NOTES By TEE TEE. During the week Eric Apperly and Syd Jones played of? their heat in the semi-final of the Australian Golf Club at Kensington in a stiff westerly wind. Jones started by topping his tee shot into tlie hunker, and Apprrly won in a very good 4. At the sccor.d hole Jones sliced his second shot into the bunker, but recovered well and holed a sood putt for a 5. Apperly was hole IiiKii with his second, bui to the left in tlic rough, and only managed to halve. They halved the third in 5. both taking three runs. Jones won the fourth with a good 2, after laying his tee shot a yard trom the pin: all square. Both player3 were just short of the nrccn with their seconds at the fifth, and though Jones laid his approach dead, Apperly hoieti out and won with a 3. Jones topped his third shot at the sixth, and hopped the bunker, but lost the hole in 6 to 5. At the seventh Jones pullet! his drive into the pot at the left, and took 2 to get out. but managed to hub .1 long putt for ...