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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - December 30, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia
National Library of Australia assassination stirs Roumania Premier shot by Iron guard three students held by police attackers hurl bomb mail special representative Bucharest saturday. Roumania is excitedly discussing the assassination yesterday of the Liberal Premier or. Duca by a member of the Iron guard a local nazi organisation. Or. Duca was fatally wounded at the Sinai railway station by Nicholas Constantinescu aged 26, a University student who was immediately seized by the police. Two accomplices were arrested after a revolver Battle with the police along the railway Lute and a third Man escaped. The dying Premier was rushed to King Carol s Palace where he expired in the King s arms. An eyewitness states that the Assassin first threw a band grenade at or. Duca s party to scatter its members. This seriously wounded or. Costinescu sex mayor of Bucharest and a Liberal party Leader and also injured another bystander ? then amid the confusion the Wsassin advanced to or. Duca and fired four shots. The pre skier staggered and collapsed in a Pool of blood. He was carried to the station master s office and then rushed by ambulance to the Royal Palace and put into King Carol s bed. Carol watched anxiously while the Doc tors fought to save the Premier s life. I am dying for the soon of my country were or. Duca s last words to the weeping King. Another account of the attack says that Constan Inescu fired first and then threw a. Smoke bomb to mask his flight. But he was immediately seized by detectives with whom he struggled desperately until he was overpowered. T or. Duca had visited Sinai to discuss state affairs with the King and he was about to Board a train for Bucharest when he was shot. Thrill of horror news of the murder sent a thrill of horror through the capital where the authorities took drastic action to prevent disorders. The dissolution of the Iron guard was recently ordered by the Duc Cabinet and the motive of the attack is apparently political revenge Constantinescu was an Iron guard candidate at the recent elections. He at first confessed that he murdered or. Duca on Bis own initiative but when the police discovered Duca s and other names on the Iron guards murder list he declared that the freemasons ordered him to re move Duca because although a free Mason he was not a Good Patriot. The Gove Ament has ordered As imme Diate round up of the Iron guard which was dissolved on december 23, when its Headquarters were raided and documents sized. The government alleged that it aimed at a terrorist revolution. The Iron guard retaliated with a big demonstration during which \300 Iron guards were arrested and a police Man was killed. The police tonight confiscated a news paper which published a special edition reporting or. Duea s death. King Carol has summoned or. Ange Itescu the oldest minister who will prob Abl be offered the premiership. Political confusion the Bucharest correspondent of the times says that it is believed the crime will cause great political confusion and necessitate new elections although the elections held on december 17, and als. The Senate elections on t december 24, resulted in an overwhelming Victory for or. Duca and the liberals. The Vienna correspondent of the Man Chester guardian save that the assassination will be a serious thing for Kins Carol and the country. Or. Duca was the Best known Rou Manian Liberal after the Brothers Bra Tiano. He was outstandingly honest in a country where honesty is not taken for granted and he had been a poor Man All his life. He was formerly King Carlo s most determined opponent and was largely responsible for keeping Carol ii of of the country for several Vears. He did Noi relax his opposition when Coral returned and claimed the throne in june. 1930 but they became reconciled last summer. The King who because of the unsatisfactory electoral Law can appoint or re move premiers at Hie pleasure ast month chose or. Duca to be Premier in place of the aged or. Vojvod. Or. Duca s difficulties were increased by the romanian nazis who repeatedly and openly threatened his life when he sup pressed the anti jewish student organisation after the disturbances at Jasey on november 27. Students demonstrate Belgrade saturday. Police drove off a crowd of Yugo slav students and arrested several today after they had broken German. Legation windows. They demanded the release of Dimitroff and the other bulgarians. Paraguay agrees to extend truce Asuncion Paraguay saturday. President Alaya of Paraguay has consented to an eight Day prolongation of file armistice with Bolivia in the Gran Chaco warfare. The truce will last until january 8 at least. Previously Paraguay through official misunderstandings had failed to approve of an Extension of the truce. Bolivia wanted it extended until january m. Notices engagements Dennis Jones. The engagement is announced of in u. Eldest daughter of or. And lbs. J. Dennis of Glen Osmond to Allan a second son of or. And mrs. G. Jones of Brompton deaths col Fie. On december u. At Tab Resi Dence Conro Mylor Thomas Crombie master Winer late master of . Inver Nelll and late of Aberdeen Scotland aged 73 Yean. In Flowers by request. Sinclair. On december 30, at Adelaide. Sta acis Henry beloved husband of the late Jane Sinclair and Loring father of Leslie and say also Mia. W. P. Bose and mis. B. Pen Rose late of Soonta mines. In Bia a events to blvd year. Stones. On december 30, at or Resi Dence 24 Thomas Street Unley. Elisabeth Bessie relict of George Stoner and Loving Mother of Percy. Aged 73 years. In god s care. Melbourne papers please copy. In memorial Haddy. In luring memory of my dear sister. Nell who passed away december 31. 1932. Always remembered. Inserted by j. Mclntyre. Port Plurie. ? funeral notices ? /1komb1e.-tne friends of the late Mij Thomas cbomb1e Are respectfully in formed that Bis funeral will leave the Kesl Dence of his daughter mrs. G. H. Dut Tonno. Is Austral Terrace. Malvern on sunday at 3.30 . For the Mitcham general Ceme Ery. No Flowers by request. Alf. Wiese. Undertaker phone Stirling 313. ? Stirling West. Ichards. The friends of the late or. Catha Eixe Louisa Richards Are respectfully informed that her funeral will Lea a the residence of her son in Law or. R l. Cook 40 Walsh Street. Southward on Sun Day at 3 . For the West Terrace Cece term. F. T. Elliott & son undertakers. Port Road. Hindmarsh. Established 1850 Phane l 4970. San Lahl the friends or the late Henry Sinclair late of Soonta mines Are respectfully informed that ills funeral will leave the residence of Bis on in Law. Or. W. P. Boase. 189 Hurt Street City on Sovdat at 4 for the Payne Ham cemetery. Pex Kelley & Knabe. Undertakers c 496. ? Rundle Street Toner. The friends of the late mrs -1 Elizabeth Bessie Stoner relict of Georje Stoner. Are respectfully informed that her funeral will leave her late Resi Dence. 24 thongs Street. Unley. In sunday at 4.15 for West Terrace cemetery Alfred Jame & son undertakers. Pitk p Iquio 98 and 133 Onley re. Dunlev t unwell. The friends of or Joti Arthur unwell Are respectfully in formed that the funeral of his late wive Sunbeam Mildrer Maud will leave 1s3 1 Nley Road. Filev. On str Day at 2.30 . For the Mitcham cemetery. Alfrit Zanfes & son undertakers phone u Tofino. 9k 1d3 Dunlev rna l. Buy. Fri if e is Vav Reathil if of or no r h9 feet Hovirs n 4rfl a Loop Onti or Nidaros 10 to 11 am beaut Tittl wreaths from mrs m a or own the for nip Wondi up m 75?,5 late advertisements Victor Harbor. Stude. Sedan 7 pass., 65/.iv a Day. L 4446. � at Silver Lake misses Lola Stephens and Joan Williams on the Banks of Sil i or Lake Mylor where they spent Many Happy hours in the Sunshine. L la Sil i or in the science party on trip of 1200 Miles today a scientific expedition left Ade Laide which has just experienced a week when the Mercury has hovered about the Century for mount lie bit. In Central Australia. They will travel 1.200 mile to study How Man adapts himself to conditions of extreme heat and ii tilt water j the Leader of the expedition is prof. J h. Whitridge Davies who occupies the chair of physiology at the Sydney uni in ersty. He is the son of l Roi. E h j Davit of the elder conserve atrium the expedition is being financed by the j National research Council Wiliie adminis to to the Rockefeller foundation. Three Whit Mombien of tie expedition will be it de in the Experiment As Well As aborigines. There May be Emmet Binfor of the Camel in the aborigine which enables him to so for a Lone stretch without water said prof. Davies. The party expects to be away until Early in March. Few bets in hotels quietest Day for 40 years licence fear Liess Money was probably bet on race horses in South Australia today than on any other saturday for 40 years. Hotels which n few weeks Aea would have been thronged with people were practically deserted. Illegal bookmakers bet under cover with a few regular clients and there was almost an entire absence of the methods and impediments used to successfully by illegal bookmakers in Adelaide for Many years. A Well known bookmaker said that bookmakers and potential bookmakers feared the Powers of the newly constituted betting control Board and this was responsible for 90 per cent of the illegal betting slump. Few unit keepers the bookmakers used to bet with the Aid of look outs or nit keepers for the Benefit of their clients they secured pre Post betting on All big Melbourne races and a running description of events was obtained by Telephone. But what a difference today a tour keeper at his Roost. E most hotels posted the results of the races at Menton on blackboards in their of. Adelaide showed scarcely a nit bars but there were no p Post betting sine and no starting prices of placed of arses. In most hotels there was Only a handful of men and most of these were not there to bet. A bookmaker who before the new lot Tery and gaming act came into Force was a recognised fielder explained the position. Many of the men who for Merly bet in hotels now hold licences issued by the betting control Board to bet on racecourses he said. A conviction for illegal betting re corded against these men will probe Fly mean that Thev will be de licensed they have therefore decided that the risk is not Worth while. In my opinion bookmakers will continue to refrain from betting illegally. It should not be Long now before betting shops Are registered and until they Are the volume of off the Conree betting will not be a fiftieth of what it was before the new Laws came into Force tuesday to be settling Day settling for events on port Adelaide cup Day and the new year s Day meet ing will take place in the basement of Tattersall club Grenfell Street at 11 an. On tuesday and the Secretary of the bookmakers association or a. Notley contends that strict punctuality should be observed by both bookmakers and. Backers France plans new train signal system outcome of last week s disaster Paris saturday. The minister of Public works m. Lagan on has ordered i French railway directors to present i within a week a comprehensive plan for i the Complete overhaul of French railways including new signalling devices and other safety measures. The move follows swiftly on the Appal Ling French railway disaster a week ago i in which More than 200 people lost their lives. France was aroused to anger when series of railway accidents culminated in this tragedy. The minister s insistence on new Sig nals is caused by the discovery that it a the slow action of Frost covered pig j nals that led to the Christmas disaster i the Driver of the Strasbourg express which crashed into the rear of a stationary Nancy express said that he passed through two open signals and did not hear the warning detonators that operated when danger signals were ignored. Passengers in the last Strasbourg coach confirm the fact that the Detonator exploded Only when their Carriage passed. Lan arrested after struggle with the arrest of a Man in a City secondhand Defiler s shop alter i fierce tril up Donna Vinci l i in of lies Constable Maddaford injured a hand the police expect to Clear i the a it of .1 Polie hic Vele four other Bie Voles and numerous Cycle parts. Constable Maddaford was doing Tho round of secondhand dealers nope when lie entered one shop he saw a Man. Who turned and ran from the shop. Maddaford cart rat him. And a strut Jle ensued the Man was overpowered and Madda Ord brought him Back to the iop when he was detained until deter tip Walter and other police arrived. Ide police were told that the Man had ? a11-?d at the hop to collect some Money for i bicycle he had sold there some time so the detectives visited the Tian e Home in Bayville. Where they discovered five bicycles and numerous Cycle parts. Picnickers were out in full Force today All the Well known spots in the Hills today were utilised by picnickers who took full advantage of the Beautiful weather. A party in the Shade of a tree at Ald Gate. La known in Hills took full advantage party in of a Legate. The world s ten Best dressed men London and new York ideas Prince omitted mail special representative London. Saturday. America with its craze for figures numerical has now dared to pub Lish a ranking list of the 10 Best dressed men in the world. Much comment has been excited Here be cause of the Surprise omission of the Prince of Wales and the inclusion of sir John Jardine Bart the 33-year-old master of the Dumfries Shire Fox hounds. 1 feel certain that no reputable West end tailor would make such a Billy state ment. Mine certainly would not said the Duke of Westmoreland when info Nied that new York and Hollywood tailor had voted him first in the list of the 10 Best dressed men in the world. Partly convinced that the statement was tree the Duke added that it was an Honor neither sought nor wanted. Any credit belongs to my tailor As i merely Irv to fit the clothes to the Occa Sion he said. Countries less addicted to statistics to right fear to make such a list ranking sartorial elegance but new York has become More dress conscious since it wired the trouser creases and achieved masculine shoulders with the Aid of Basket work frames. In the new York list second Choice pcs to Prince George whose tall and slight figure greatly assists the tailor but a surprising omission is the Prince of Wales. A he usually dictates the new fashions the next two ranked men Are new yorkers and the fifth is Michael Fanner husband of Gloria Swanson and who spends most of his time in France. He k followed by Adolphe Menjou. The suave actor of film Fame. One politician the Only politician included comes seventh and he is another englishman sir Austen Chamberlain. The delusion of Only one politician is not flattering to the House of commons which is reputed to contain the six Best Cut trousers in England. Eighth is the Marquis of Chatnon Deley ninth sir John Buchanan and the last Man to be ranked Sartor Lally sir John Jardine. It is pointed out by the evening news that London sees More famous men n one season than new York sees in years other be the american ranking would not omit the parisian Andre de four heres one of the Best dresses men in Europe or m. Corbin and m. Grandi the French and italian ambassadors respectively in London. The italian Prince Humbert in uniform is one of the finest looking men on the continent and the engl so paper Consi Ders that the Earl of Jersey and Anthony Eden the novelist should be included. The Earl of Jersey recently visited Ade Laide while on his non Mon organised drug ring agents working in All states an organised dope ring w the agents operating in each state to handle most of the traffic in cocaine in in Australia according to the collector of customs or. Maurice Synan. Police and customs agents in All states know these men. But Only rarely do they provide a Chance for a police i our he said. Profits from the 6ale of the drugs Are so Large that men who handle the stuff can surround themselves with every convenience of transport for it. The drugs never come to the same port on a recessive occasions. The difficulty in detection is thar cocaine is so easy to handle. Small quantities axe Worth Large amount and traffickers need to net away i i Only a Small Quantity each trip to make profits Worth the Rte. Our Job be not so much to find the suppliers As depots traffic in Australia is not Erea the acting collector of customs or. Barrie said today that officers of the South australian customs department had not been troubled with dope traffickers at South australian outposts. Thieves Busy in Brisbane suburbs Brisbane saturday. Three suburban residents received the unwelcome Atten Ilion o thieves during last night. H. In. Griffith who keeps a Stor at Milton Road. Auch Ennover was the heaviest loser. Thieves stole about �80 Worth of Stock. Inspector Mendon said today i. It coun Ter measures had been taken by the police. Further assistance would be riven to suburban stations by the imme Diate Extension of night patrols from Headquarters. Farm Relief scheme starts monday assistance Board will mean Many alterations in system debtors Protection against pressure rights of repossession by the mail political writer from monday the administration of advances to Farmers debt adjustment and drought Relief will be the sole responsibility of the Farmers assistance Board. This authority has been vested with wide Powers. Its principal functions Are to Grant Loans to Farmers against coming crops to Issue Protection certificates to primary producers who Are being pressed by their creditors to consider and enforce schemes for reducing their liabilities. An important stipulation the result of an amendment carried in the legislative Council is that the Board shall not extend the benefits of the act to a Farmer unless it. Is satisfied that he has a reasonable Chance of carrying on without loss. Formerly seasonal advances to Farmers were controlled by the state Bank Board while debt adjustment of a More restricted nature than under the pre sent Law was administered by judge Paine As director. Judge Paine is chair Man of the new Board. The other Mem Bers Are messes. R. R. Stuckey representing the government. C. Venning Farmer Sand c. Harding Browne far mers creditors. The new act provides of decentralized control so As to ensure Quick decisions. The Board has authority to Delegate on j whatever terms it chooses any of its Powers or functions except the making of orders reducing a Farmer s liabilities. The Board has an unfettered discretion in making advances to Farmers for the purpose of providing a reasonable living allowance for the applicant and his de Pendents and defraying necessary expenditure in working and maintaining hip farm marketing his produce and any other expenditure for which the Board deems it proper that an Advance should be made preferences disappear no stipulations Are made about How the proceeds of an assisted Farmer s crop Are to be applied. The act simply states that i the Money shall be distributed in such j a manner As is considered equitable hav i ing regard for the interests of the Farmer and his creditor previously a complicated ? series of performances was embodied in. Farmers Relief legislation. J provisions for giving applicants for re 1 Lief Protection against creditors Are similar i to those contained in the previous legis j lation. J the part of the new act dealing with i debt adjustment also corresponds to exist ing Law but contains some alterations and important new provisions for the reduction of liabilities. Farmers already holding Protection certificates Are brought under the latest act. The practical result of this will be that in future the affairs of these Farmers will be controlled by the Farmers assistance Board and they May Avail themselves of the new provisions for securing a reduction of liabilities. In his application the Farmer must specify what debts he wants reduced and by How much. If the Board thinks his proposal equitable it May submit it to the creditors or May itself draw up a scheme of reduction. Unless a majority in value of the unsecured creditors object the scheme becomes effective and is binding on the Crown and All creditors secured or unsecured. An Advance by the Board to enable the Fanner to carry on May be included in any scheme of debt reduction. Obedience compulsory under Section 68 of the act the Board May assume almost Complete control Over the affairs of an assisted Farmer it is empowered to Issue directions As to the disposition of any of his property or in come his business transactions or the better management or working of his farm. The Board has an absolutely free hand in compelling obedience to its com mands. The right under the hire Purchase agreement act to repo was Etoile supplied to a Farmer under an agreement entered into after the Farmers assistance act comes into Force is preserved. The Boardie empowered to retain com Mission at a rate not exceeding Ivy per cent from the income of Farmers whose affairs it handles. This Money is to be used in meeting administrative expenses. Of particular interest to the Emmer dial world Are the amending provisions of tha old drought Relief legislation. This part deals chiefly with the position of the Crown As the bolder of a drought Relief charge in relation to other creditors hold ing mortgages Over the Crown s Security. The Board has fairly wide Powers to postpone the Crown s claims in favor of holders of pre existing mortgages. Tik Board May make an order permitting land on which a drought Relief chaise existe co be transferred without payment in full of the amount owing. Previously the whole of the debt had to be paid before the Farmer could Transfer his property. New year messages cheery note by Leader Outlook better South Australia is looking Forward to the new year with Confidence. Generally improving conditions this year have Laid the foundation for definite Progress towards recovery during 1934, new year messages Given today by representatives of different sections of the Community indicated hopeful ? optimism for 1934. The attorney general or. Jeffries said without unduly stressing the apparent improvement in conditions it is encouraging to know that the general Outlook a brighter than it has been for the last year or two. I feel sure that we can look upon the coming year with Confidence and the Assurance that although we Are by no Means out of our difficulties we Are on the Highway to better times. We will have need of endurance Quality that has not been lacking in the past and which i am sure will be in evidence in the future. More Root for Hope it is the duty of every citizen to do what he can towards re engaging men in suitable employment. I would like to express my sincere gratitude to the men and women who have assisted to alleviate the condition of our less fortunate fellow citizens the president of the chamber of com Merce or. A. A. Simpson i Trust this year will prove a Happy one for us All. We have difficult months ahead but the new year with its Promise of better prices May bring at least a portion of the Prosperity we enjoyed in former years the Secretary of the Council of churches the Rev. B. E. C. Tuck 1934 will Dawn with More justification for Hope than have recent years. I Hope to see the return to work of Many unemployed a growing movement towards disarmament and inter National peace and More co operation be tween political parties for the National Good. I Hope to see a closer Fellowship be tween Christian denominations and the application of Christian principles to every phase of life and action the chief Secretary or. Ritchison behalf of the government the government of South Australia j prefers not to be Over optimistic about the future but it has every Confidence in the character of the people. I feel sure that they will surmount All difficulties and the government extends to them Best wishes wireless Call for help brings fighters to big crop fire Perth saturday. Wireless played an important part in the checking of a crop fire at three Springs 200 Miles from Perth today. A spark apparently from the tractor started a fire on Max Wilson s property during harvesting at three Springs. A telegraphed Appeal to broadcasting stations quickly brought 85 fire fighters to the farm. In cans Spring carts and by foot the helpers rushed to the scene and had the fire practically checked when a fierce Willy Willy started another outbreak. This fire was soon Extin gushed but not before about 400 bag of wheat and 120 acres of the crop had been damaged. Nominations for Assembly seat eight nominations were received today by the Secretary of the Liberal and country league Miae Jude from Mem Bers who will contest the plebiscite for the Alexandra seat in the Assembly. They were messes. J. S l Bice port Noa Lunga a h Fraser. Mclaren Flat w e. Hardy. Port Xoa Lunga Lovell Middleton w l Mcdonald. Mount Barker Angus to Donga 11. Vic Tor Harbor John Ritchie. A i Law and k w Vul tar Hathor the ballot papers will be issued on january 3, and will be returnable on january 12. File by election which be to nil the vacancy caused by the death of or g. R. Laffer. Will be held on february 10, tin addition to the Liberal selection several independents have announced their intention to on test the seat Gold yield from . Mine crushing kalooorl1e, saturday. A return of 16 dts. 7 or. A ton was received from a crushing of 69 tons by the Champagne i Syndicate which has an option Over the Lake View and South leases adjoining the Lake View and Star mine several parcels crushed by the Syndicate have yielded up to one ounce a ton. Cargo Steamer close to Shore the curiosity of Many people at Henley i Beach was aroused this afternoon by the appearance of the cargo Steamer Anglo Indian unusually close to the Shore. It was rumoured that the vessel had run i aground but the Captain had merely anchored off Henley to await orders. J the 14-ft. Dinghy Onward which was j submerged about two Miles from the Beach j at Seacliff last night was sighted near the Anglo Indian about 11 . Today. It was taken in Tow by the port Adelaide. Methodist Mission Steamer Gertrude which brought the Dinghy to the jetty where a Crew of sea scouts and members of the Henley sailing club took charge i and beached sails of the Onward were badly i torn but the boat was not damaged. Miss Wadey s new Tennis costume miss Roma Wadey it earing her Hackless Tennis costume with a divided skirt at the metropolitan championships meeting at Unley. Costume a metropolitan former broken Hill people it Happy gathering More than 300 people attended the an Nual meeting of the old Barrie rites association in the botanic Garden this afternoon. Tea was served in the Kiosk and on the grounds at 4 o clock and the afternoon was spent in recalling old times. The arrangements were in the hands of messes. M. J. Noonan president and h. J. Turner Secretary. Or. Turner said that in the coming year the association would arrange for fortnightly meet a Ings of old residents. Today s picnic was the official wind up of a very successful year. Test Leader should be picked soon suggestion by Bradman Mould team f he time has arrived for Stock to be taken of cricketers Likely to make the trip to England in 1s34 to attempt to win Back the ashes from England. Lessons Learned from the test eerie in the past wiil be considered when selection is made. There Are Many prob lems that will confront the selector. Because playing conditions in England and Australia Are so different. Only a Man with practical experience abroad knows exactly what Type of player will be successful in England and for this reason it is interesting to recall the suggestions made by Don Bradman after the last tests in Australia concerning the selection of the next team to tour England. A keen student of All phases of the game Bradman stressed the importance of choosing Australia Captain and vice Captain Early. He suggested that they should help in the selection of the team and that they should be Given an Opportunity of formulating a plan that would be As successful As that brought and put into effect with marked Success in Australia by England this year. Limited tests with test matches limited to four Days in the old country the stonewalling tactic of England s batsmen will not be Condu Cive to Victory Bradman Taid after the last tests. Perhaps Australia overdid the attack ing methods this year but i am not sure that defensive batting would have availed us any better. It is merely a matter of Opin on. Look ing at the results we find Only one match finished in four Days and that match was won by Australia. With plenty of Talent to work upon we appear to have a prospective Strong batting eleven. I Don t wish to suggest thai. England s batsmen cannot attack nevertheless i would say that Australia has a better Chance of defeating England in a time limit test than she has in a limitless fix Ture. Remember also time us relentless. Compared with England s first six bats men in the fifth test. Australia s first players averaged four years younger per Man. If there in a weakness in our Cricket perhaps it u in All rounders. We certainly have no fast Bowler of of calibre of Larwood. Neither have we a medium Pace Bowler of the class of Tat a Hammond. Even allowing for these differences we help noticing with some con in How much better England s bowlers shaped with the Bat than ours did. This comparison however is inclined to be exaggerated because of the Abnor Mal fast bowline strength of England at present a Factor which reduced the scor ing Powei of our bowlers to a minimum. Team building goes on and on. The tact tha England had the better Side should merely encourage us to greater a Fibre. R hereby our weaknesses May be eradicated. If Thi is done Australia will again emerge victorious in the not far Distant future. Our left handers Darling Bromley and o Brien received opportunities and by their batting and Fielding considerably enhanced their reputations. Greater interest and importance is attached to their performances because they Are left handers. So through body line Bowling Australia seems to have found men to fill the Gap caused by the absence of left handers in recent years. Australia s batting is All right. No matter what methods had been adopted i cannot conceive that Larwood s attack could possibly have been ineffective. Wot increased efficiency and cooperation i believe the selectors and the Board would be Wise to arrange for the Captain and vice Captain to be chosen at the earliest possible Date after Winch these two men could be of invaluable assistance to the selectors. Last season players were never sure of their position in the team from one match to another. In the nest fight for the ashes Thia difficulty will be a rarely Over come. An Opportunity will have Arisen to Mould a test eleven with which positions in the Field can be created Bonier can bowl to an objective and team to cover up the danger spots in the opponent s Bat Ting. I fh1vi2? in mind the � Row Vej catches. I feel Richardson would be it suited in the slips for unquestionably he is to Day Australia s Best slip for some considerable time i have advocated Mccabe As a cover specialist his displays in this position Are invariably Brilliant but we have Seldom seen him placed there. On account of his won Deriu. Throwing 0 been is a natural Outfield then with Darling. Fingleton and. Say. Bomley we abound have the four Corners o the out Field covered unless the Captain judged it would be better to utilise Fingleton Iose to the wicket where he i also Brilliant in a position such As Billy leg. I am not ende Avorine to Semi a team a suggest mistakes but rather am i to Nadine an Effort to Point out How end and made the very beet use of her men. As an Apt Pupil Australia Shui ild do Lite Wise and in the men 1 mention we have layers with a liking for or special adapt ability to certain positions. Utilise that ability to the Best advantage sporting a tells for monday following Are the sporting events for new year s Day Holiday on Mon Day racing. First Day of . New v ear s meeting at Moro Nettville. Tennis. Finals of metropolitan Bampi Enship and Handicap tournament at Dunlev Oval courts. Cycling. Meetings at App Ila Greenock and mount Gam Bier. Yachting. Races at Large Bay. Athletics. Amateur athletic association s new year s Day meet ing it Colley Reserve App Ila and Green Urb sports. Swimming. Carnivals at Large Bay and Victor Harbor. Outboard racing. New tear s Day regatta at Victor Harbor. Cricket. Port v. Combined Church team at Alberton
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