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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

?2* Send in your Coupons fyOW in 'Tho GLOBE' ? X 'FJh*&* Compolltlon. Thirty Poundi X X divide® ? Writ# THREE typRDS and lift $ X . a TEN-POUNO NOTE. finyont can do It. X T No limit to the number of ottempti by any. T X Competitor.- Cut Cwpon from 'Th* Globe.' X X . Look forj' hwdfnff, 'FINALS 1' ; . . X M-i-l'lli'l I I I li'lL'I'!

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ROWING [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

I ? ROWING I © By 'AQUA.' © Amateur? continue to loaf over the holidays. A Honpy ncw Year to uli. Oarsmen will not again .-rttlo down to earnest work for yet an other we-ji, when they will again be in active preparation for the great Anniversary Regatta, the races at which comprise maiden Junior and renior fours. Gladstone skiffs, and maiden fours Ulght-w-jght3). Mr. r». C. Collins, lately of Cambridge Uni versity, and of New Zealand, passed through fcydney on his way home. It will be remem bered that It was suited that he, with Messrs. Hallleau and Lit tlejohn. should be avail able for selection for the Olympic eight. Ques tioned aboui that contest and the Henley race, , ho preserved a discreet silence. j Mr. J. H. D. Goldle. with hl» son Jack, of j International fame, left last week for England, i where they will spend a pleasant six months. I Jaej; Goldie's lost station with the Colonial I Sugar Company wns at Fiji. I WITH THE PROFESSIONALS. The final of the Lake Macquarle £75 ha...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL. AMERICAN METHODS CRITICISED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

FOOTBALL. AMERICAN METHODS CRITICISED. (By TOM RICHARDS. VlCE-CAPTAIN OF THE ' AUSTRALIANS). - j The fierond enme asainn the University of California whs enc ol many troubles and trial* ? to the Australians. Australia was defeated ! Yes — defeated o'» j the run of the game, by G points to 5. Call- ' i forria won be::iuse their backs did Just the ( home did th«: Stanford backs on the occasion i of their victory over the Australians at Stan ford. Wc Australians arc very ?orvl l3'5T3. Wc certainly strive h»:rd ta win, t the fat'.s decrec that wc «.a:;noi. r.e ha.c lo u.-.s&l* our selves with th? thought that wc may ha/e bet ter luck next time. This same tniy have been cxcltlng to the spec tators. They apparently enjoyed it, judglns from the applause which from time to time tent the air. The rooter?, with ail their cnthu- j a! ami. I am pleased to state, did not forget to i give the.i-rs for tho def/atcd side as they marched dl3jointedly off the field. That soundeJ very nice to ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ATHLETIC GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

I ATHLETIC GOSSIP I W © By 'MENTOR.' j) q Prom wbut returned traveller Mr. W. C. J. Kcllv has to -ay, It would appear that a mis take was made in r.ot going to Mr. Jas. E. Sulli van. secretary-treasurer to tho A.A.L'. of tho U.S. A , first hand and getting him to send out n team of American athletes. If we had dealt direct with Mr. Sullivan, a team would havo been now on the water bound for New Zealand. However, anyone can be wise after an event has happened, and there was no reason to anticipate failure when Mr. Wni. Unmack u proposal re a team of Pacific Coast athletes war. accepted. And. anyway, a New York team would prove more expensive than a Pacific Coast team. It would, indeed, be a great lift for amateur athletics in Australasia if we could bring off tho proposed visits by Canadian and Amerlcaft teams at the same time— nest Australasian Championship time. ' It could be done If New Zealand financed tho Americans and Australia the Canadians. An the next Australasian Championsh...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

T Send in your Couponi NOW In 'The GLOBE' *f X 'Finals' Compaction. - Thirty Pounds It t divided ! Write THREE' WORDS and lift i f a TEN-POUNO NOTE, Anyona can do lt« 3* £ No limit to the number of attempt* by any T 1 V Competitor. Cut Coupon from 'Th$ Globaj/ y ?jl Look for hoadino, 'FINALS !'* / ^

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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No title [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

SCENE IN THE SADDLING PADDOCK At M*riuv/ICK ON BOXING DAY.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT SALAD "SNOWY" BAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

I SPORT SALAD I BY THE 'SATURDAY REFEREE AND j ARROW' STAFF. 'SNOWY' BAKER. Mr. Reginald L. Baker ('Snowy' to his J friends nnd the sporting public), who hns taken over the Stadium at Ilushcutters Bay from Mr. j H. P. Mcintosh, represents the best type of the ! athletic Australian who has made sport a part j of his profession To him the motto 'mens sano j in corpore sano' hao a real meaning. 'Snowy' has played prominent parts In seve ral branches of athletics, having represented his Stiite in Ku£by Union football, won the middle and heavy weight amateur boxing chumpion bhlps, and been In the first llight of amateur swimmers and divers and water polo experts, ;. .:ot to mention his exploits as a lancer. ' A Sydney-bred man is 'Snowy,' who has had the ripening advantage of participating In .nn letlcs in other parts of the v.orld. in athletics he has a broad mind, in business, is keen a:il proereislve, and likes to do things well or not at, i-.ll. Mr. W. C. J. Kelly, who returned to Sy...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOTORING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

MOTORING. Entries close to-day for the Australasian Motor Boat Championship, to be promoted bv the Motor Yacht Club of N.S. Waif a. cn the usual Rose Bay to Manly aud back course, on Saturday, January 11. The entry list includes the finest lot of speed boats cvtr seen together in this part of tho I world, no less than eight, all capable o£ from ! 2S to 'JG m.p.b., represent in-; three dlllerent ' States, having been nominated. Thv latcsL an nounced ia Mr. F. J. Cornv/ell's Nautilus II., from Melbourne, in aJdiUca lo the Victorlnn M.B.C.'s champion and ofilcial representative, Katie B., and Xrr. G. W. Whatmore's G Whiz. Of Sydney boats, Mr. A. T. Hordern'a hydro plane, Kangaroo, hold:; the title, and is already nominated. Mr. T. J. Monck has nominated his two elco-planeu, eaeh of which Is cnpablc of 35 m.p.h.; Mr. (!, H, Reiph lo putting the finish ing tcucheu to Meteor, altering her planes so us to set the very limit of speed; anAMr. W. Chas. Moselcy hopes to have the vunirfg up of ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CYCLING NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

I CYCLING NOTES I ? ? ? — « -® Br 'BLUE STREAK.' © [ I I Monday will sec the commencement of Sydney's second Six Day.v H:uu at tho Cricket Ground, when a great many teams are lo start. The event has proved a world-wide advertlsemn: Tor Aus tralia, for it hurt been dlscuMcd by the Press and sporting people of nearly every large city In Europe and America. Teams representing Knglaud, France, New ] Zealand, and mo-it of the Commonwealth States are to take part, and it Is fluttering to our home cyclists u- be ablo to say that they appear -lUlto capable of retaining the honor*, though the cream of our riders — A. J. Clark, A. T. Goul let, A. F. GrcnJn, I\ Hehlr, and Gordon Walker —are now absent in America nnd Europe. ? j . The various learns engaged appear to he : pretty evenly matched, and there Is a fair leaven { of experienced men, thanks to the Sydney ond 1 1 Melbourne events of last year, Thoso who have competed In one or both of | theso last year, and are to ride next week, are j ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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AT THE THEATRE WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT: THE THEATRES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

AT THE THEATRE I WHERE TO GO TO-NIGHT : I THE THEATRES. HKIl MAJRSTY'.S.— -Klorodora.' TUKATftK UOYAI, — 'Faiint.' -,Krn:iMON. — ??MilrRtonc^ ' p'vTwt'— 'Tl1' Monk 'nd tbc Woman-' THE vaf'ETY THEATRES. ItomaiRf. pnivSiJc AV-,,InT1li:ATfu;— u France. I RI.Mhife.— \audevillc Kntcrtiineri. 'FAUST' AT TI1P nnvAt Mr. James W. Haslltt wao the man who pulled the strings when 'Faust' was presented in oramatie form at the Theatre Royal on Boxing N'.?ht. The theatre was crowded, and from hnll past seven, when Herr SlapofTskl started th* orchestra, until l\& fall ot the last curtail on the 'waft her, angels, to the .-kles' Mar guerite spectacle, some time after eleven o'ejock, the Gilbert Parker stage setting of the mysti cal legend was ? followed with interest and amusement. Mr. Jerrold Robcrtshaw was not a firespit ting and tall-lashlng devil. The mild euhlpto of tho London actor was what one mlaiht call a humorous performance. I-ackine dramatic power, like Mr. Robcrtshaw, the new Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

? 'S vBBBr FOSM, Mooswr, .'aLODB,' JM' (tes'tJerMgjj.fltreot, Sydney, tit 'ai'bs' rcjpt-. ^ ttidfeeu ssiyea lor clsj $ °a' Vsf*- 1 **' ' Waap ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, Addres* *??»»»»»», ,t *' ^ -SubW'[P'^ »n. f, „ .|t„ Wf fiftj} W59rd|naly,) ? WHITE PWim.y,:ANO THAT WILL HELP US. Some pf the Contents of 'Xh« Globe' **° k'ww p» HAiiDY JLlii ABOUT Tllg UOUEE. C0H1C £1BB Of fJEE. ' ' , - UOMK KELP OV KINDS, ' 1 ' 1 CUPID'S CORNK&. ' 1 CAHDE.N AND PttiiLTOY SOTES, UlfiOUSSlOXS FOB MB.V' A-Np 'wbMES . I ALL QUESWOM AlMtfMliD. ' r EPOItX XOIES ANB ANEOOOTEfiL . ^ . sMlZE ClOMPKTlTIOSS, ? ?% -| ':snxsDiD&oms. ? ; n I ? '' ' J

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AQUATICS AT OPENING OF PANAMA CANAL SIR THOMAS LIPTON TALKS TO YACHTSMEN OF "THE BIGGEST THING OF ITS KIND IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD." [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 28 December 1912

AQUATICS AT OPENING OF PANAMA CANAL KIR THOMAS LIPTON TALKS TO YACHTS MEN OF 'THE BIGGEST THING OF ITS I^IND IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD.' ' Injecting pertinent suggestion and lllustratlnb his points by anecdotes gathered through many jtars of association with world-famous yachts men, and attendance on many regattas, Sir Thomas Lipton showed his hearers at the yacht, convention In San Francisco, on November lv, v.'nat ahould bo douc to make the big meet at San Francisco in 1015 'the greatest event of its kind ever held in the history ot tne uoriu. What Sir Thomas could not think of In sug gesting features was supplied by Colonel Dun can Neill, who knows as much about yachting aa does Sir Thomas himself, even if he has not tiled to life the America's cup, as has his dis tinguished travelling companion. 'L don't want any formality about this meet ing. boys,' said Sir Thomas. if you feel bet tcFln your shirt-sleeves than with your coats on then take your coats off. I'm going to talk to...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FAMOUS OLD-TIME JOCKEY WHO WON THREE GRAND NATIONALS. A DREAM STORY—A DUEL IN WHICH JOHN BULL'S FIST SCORED. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

FAMUUS OLD-TIME JOCREY WHO WON THREE GI^AND NATIONALS. ?\ PRE AM STORY — A DUEL IN WHICH JOHN I LULL'S FIST SCORED. One of the greatest of the English cross country riders of tbe 'sixties and 'seventies, and the hero of three 'Grand Nationals, has just been removed by death In the person of Mr. 'Thomas' Pi' keruell. at the advanced age of 7S. lie was a constant reminder of th' truth ot th' old proverb. 'What's bred in the hone uiU «onie out in the flesh.' To cure his love of horses the rich u^ch' sent him out to Tasmania, but all {o no purpose. He corned a natioral and lasting reputation as a - ross-- ountrv rider, but it was in connec tion with flie Liverpool Sl»rpJechas-j, that he was the more famed. Alntree witnessed his greatest triumphs, and bis victories on Anatis in !£?''. on The Lamb in 1STI. and on Path finder in have become part of the history of tho great steeplechase. A DREAM AND ITS REALISATION. In connection with tho great Liverpool Steeplechase is a atory. well-known ...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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JEM MACE'S AUSTRALIAN BELT AS A PRIZE TO STIMULATE ENGLISH HEAVYWEIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

JEM MACE'S AUSTRALIAN BELT AS A PRIZE TO STIMULATE ENGLISH HEAVYWEIGHTS. It Is claimed that the paucity oi' capable heavy-weight boxers In England It* mainly due to thc 'heavies' lack of opportunity. ' ihis may bo so. although the National Sporting Club pro vides several competition^ 'or ^ig men during each season, anil, as far as the Services j go, there are enough events scheduled every i year to offer many openings to thc atnbltlonR. j Tlwn» are. however, nrolicient boxers of tin? 1 maximum class who never come forward for : these eliminations, waiting In the background t for Inducements they consider compatible with ; their capabilities. These need no longer hide their e.indles un der bushel baskets. The management of Tho Ring have secured the most prized trophy of the most famous boxer England e»*er had. It Is the valuable golfl championship belt of th » lute .Fern Mace, and apart from its intrinsic j value— which is estimated nt Cl.'O— it has a | worth, because of its associat...

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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS ENGLISH 'VARSITY ATHLETE IS CANDID AND CONVINCING IN DEALING WITH CRITICISMS OF "AMERICAN METHODS" IN ATHLETICS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS ~ ENGLISH 'VARSITY ATHLETE IS CANDID AND CONVINCING IN* DEALING WITH CRITICISMS OF 'AMERI- CAN METHODS' IN ATHLETICS. The famous Light Blue athlete. Mr. P. J. Baker, contributes an article to the 'Granta.' n University organ, on Saturday, in which he severely lakes to task the critics of Americai. methods at the Olympic Gamer. 'For months.' he says, 'our papers have been full of articles proving falways any ,vl dence) that the American runners were guilty of every foul in the calendar. For months thiy have been urging that this noble nation of sportsmen must retire from a competition which they cannot win without staining the pure, unsullied virginity of their amateurism. Thc members of the team have not bean saying I these things. .They havc not been saying th*:ni j because they know that thev arc untru? and ttn 1 just. But- against their 'will and their convic tion they arc damned as poor losers by the fulmlnations of thc journalists. 'Mr. Lehmann. not unknown...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FOOTBALL IN THE DARK. PANDEMONIUM IN A BIRMINGHAM SENIOR CUP-TIE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

FOOTBALL IN THE DARK, PANDEMONIUM IN A BIRMINGHAM SENIOR CUP-TIE. Remarkable scenes were witnessed in a rs I laved tie for the Birmingham Senior Cup be tween Birmingham Tram.s and Wolverhampton Wanderers' Reserves, at Birmingham, on No vember 20. Thc result at thc end of 'J\- minutes' play was two goals each, and although it wis too dark for football the referee allowed extra j time. Then the farce began. ( It was impossible to sec thc flight of the I c«. 11, and also to tell who scored. The 'Wolves' J « Knitted two goal.-* from (or;:- ;-, a;;-! then in the sccond quarter the Tram:; siorc.l twuc, a-vl i l'icc uatninea a :er tac ' Wol t'ei.' who thus reached «'»— li but by this liaie half a dozee frpo«-tut«.ri had joined in t'i * ; i ;*y . an ! it m.iy t e' i.aid p*'»t cvtry time ;; i-.o-j v«u scored tho 1 ram drls-.r,; and condu- w;-., present blew then* v.'hJ.-'ilcs ui'i i.h^uteij, ? |?Je.ti:c.' 'the ,-nniemoni;.in w;-, ,-t * us height 'when a jpcctatcr j-t'r the ;?::!( ii-.dt r hi...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORT SALAD [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

I SPORT SALAD I ' I ttV THE 'SATURDAY* REFERES AHD I ARROW STAFF. I When A. B. Jones has the finishing experienco of a campaign In England and the Continent, he will probably rank among the champion Lawn Tennis players of the World. Some of the returned Australian Rugby Union footballers consider that they wero beaten faJrly on the tour in only ono match— in all, they lost five matchcs. | Mr. Percy B. Colquhoun has played many parts In sport. He wan a noted Rugby three-quarter, a drop-goal kleker of high skill, a champion In lawn tennis, and now he fulfils the more placid role ot bowls representative ot New South W ales. 'The many friends of Mr. 'Barney' Thompson wl!l be pleaded to hear that this good Australian sporting man is recovering from hla protracted lllr ess. We shall be glad to see 'Barney* out and about again.' remarked a London writer late In November. George Horlne. the young Stanford athlete whose high Jump of 6ft 6iln has been aeeepted hy the Amateur Athletic Union, I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

! OUR TURF TIPS j i are given on J j PAGE SIX. 1 1 *

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GOLF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

GOLF GOSSIP ® ~ Dy 'THE COLONEL' ® There Is little of Importance lo record thh week. All the players arc scattered as sheep htivlng no shepherd, and It is 'close' time for tig meetings and matches. In fact, for every thing except a few holiday competitions at er-aslde place?, where the executive feel tha*. something must be done for the many visitor* who have (let ub hope) been swelling the cof fers of the club with green fees. Manly anJ Wollongong haVfc had lurge fields; so, too. hail I eura and the other mountain resorts, nnd as the players Included golfers of both sexes It brought about quite an epidemic of mixed four rome competitions. It is very Interesting to watch the 'scattering' that goes on. Year aft;r year golfers Journey to the same old resort. Country players flock to Sydney and Sydneyltcj pet away from the metropolis ns fast ns tbe tralnh will carry them. Everyone is bent ou the same scheme— 'a change of scene.' X.S.W. GOLF IN 1912. Once, thousands of years ago, a woma...

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SHOOTING THE BREAKERS IS QUITE SIMPLE. AS EXPOUNDED AND ILLUSTRATED BY CECIL HEALY, THE CELEBRATED AMATEUR CHAMPION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 4 January 1913

SHOOTING THE BREAKERS ? «- ? ? IS QUITE SIMPLE. AS EXPOUNDED AND ILLUSTRATED BY CECIL HEALY. THE CELEBRATED AMATEUR CHAMPION. (BY A 'SUNDAY TIMES' INTERVIEWER.') 'You don't surf 7' No. 'How s that . Well I -cannot cwim, and It's not much fun mucking round ln thc breakers when you cau not manage two strokes, is It 7 'Don't you believe It. You're making tbn mistake hundreds of people do. There's abso lutely no reason why you uhould 110c shoot the breakers with the best of them. Ot course. I don't mean that you can set right oil.. ln thc can- you'll find any amount ot breaker, ou which to ride and SHOOT TO YOUR HEART'S CONTKNT.' Well, seeing It's you. I'm lncllnod to bc ^ 'Thanks,' said Mr. Cecil Healy; '.'and l'l| do better than that. I'll give you. a .practical de monstration.' . ... Tho 'Sunday Times' man was only too rritt— ful and an appointment Tas forthwith made for j the demonstration to take place on O^Ddi Beach, where the next scene now optm. 'Before' wc so right in.' eald Mr...

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