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8 Jul 1933

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8 Jul 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - July 8, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Telephone talk with Crawford tells own Story of thrilling Tennis Victory continued from Page i dazed with Joy after final stroke on the radio Telephone from Wimbledon today Jack Crawford told the mail his own Story of How he won the world s singles Tennis championship from Ellsworth vines . After one of the most thrill ing matches Ever seen at Wimbledon. His voice was vibrant with excitement As he described the Climax of the match when the score Board showed 46, 119, 62, 26, 5 4 in his favor. I was probably More surprised than Ells Worth at taking his service in the last game to love he said. For a second i was dazed with Delight. Then it burst on me that i had won the world s Champion ship. In my excitement i jumped the net a thing i be never done before in my life. Now that i have achieved the crowning ambition of my career i can hardly Tell you How Happy i am Well Laid plans succeed at times Crawford was almost Inco Herent a be spoke Over the Telephone. He had not fully recovered from the yell ing crowd which delirious with Joy hailed the first British Victory in the world title match for 11 years. He could hardly believe his ears when he Wae told that thousands of people in Australia had been listening in to the broadcast from Wimbledon. Crawford said that he thought he had never played better Tennis in Hia life and he was sure that he and vines Hau never played a better or More enjoyable match on the Many occasions they had met. There were times especially in the second get when he was not quite. Suit what was going to happen but after i had won it at 119 and then captured the third at 62 he Felt fairly confident he admitted that he eased no in the fourth set so that be could concentrate on fifth and final set. This he Wpm 1. I think the second set was the most exciting i have Ever played in he said. Ellsworth knew that if he won the set he would win the match. I did not quite have the same feeling but i realised that a Lead of two sets love would Eive Ellsworth Ereat heart and he might strike one of his Cannon Ball periods and Knock me off the court. However. I stuck to the plan i had mapped out to keen the Ball Low at All costs As i knew that if i crave vines Chance to smash or save him ? High bouncing Ball he would surely kill them. Sometimes i was Down 15 40. But put Tine everything i had into the same i dulled us. And invariably won. Perhaps i was a Little bit Lucky and Ellesworth a Little unlucky but that is All in the came. In the third set vines appeared to lapse into errors. Things went wrong in the fourth set. But i knew that if i did not depart from my ideas and i could get the Ball Over. I had a treat Chance of beating him. L vines soon had a big Lead and i decided to allow him to win the set on his own service so that i could begin the vital fifth with my own. Ellsworth is great sport thie i knew would give me a big advantage with new balk. Naturally i had to Slacken up on my own service but per haps i can be forgiven for this. Any Way i started the fifth set with my Eer vie a and As i won the game i thought 1 had to a certain extent achieved one of my objects. Both Ellsworth and i knew that if one of us dropped the service it would prob ably mean defeat to we put everything we had into them. When i led a 4 and vines was to serve i knew my great Chance had come. Perhaps i was a Little bit Lucky to get the following four Points in succession. One was a lob which he had to run for and netted. Number two was a fast Bervice which i returned and he netted. Three was another of his terrific services which i returned and passed him on the backhand. Four was a Lucky shot and a deep drive to the backhand Corner. Again Ellsworth netted. I was dazed a it dawned on me that i had won the world s championship. After it was All Over vines said. Ton were too Good for me today Jack. But we will meet again and i Hope we will have just As great a match Ellsworth is a great sport and took Bis defeat in the spirit which has made him so popular All Over the world. He knows he might beat me next tune. But i have the singles championship and that is All that counts at the moment. I have brought it Back to the Empire and feel happier than anybody in the world. You can Tell Australia be told the mail representative that we Are All looking Forward to the Davis cup and we will do our very Best to lift it. The boys Are As keen As Mustard and quite fit for the big Battle against Britain next week. It will not be for want of trying if we go Down although i Hope we can beat great Britain who i think Are almost As Strong As America won Only Way by brains comments made today on Crawford s i Victory and on Australia s chances in the i Davis cud were the times London in a leading article this quiet unassuming player has shown himself to be More accomplished with every visit. His Victory is a fitting Climax to a wonderful year the sketch London. Crawford is a worthy Champion. He will give Britain a problem when he and his youngsters appear for the Davis cup. Or. S. N. Doust former International better Ball control conquered vines de a Vas Tating service. I or. Beasley american Tennis coach Crawford beat vines the Only possible Way by brains. Ellsworth vines the vanquished Jack s the boy. Suzanne Lenglen he played the most marvellous and most perfect Tennis i be Ever seen. Or. A. J. Roberts former president of the . It shows Crawford s tremendous concentration has borne fruit or. A. L. Andrew Secretary of the . This win will hearted the Vrh Ole Davis cup team and should be a material Factor in the match against Bri Tain. Or. R. V. Thomas of Adelaide former International wifi work against vines superlative service is a Ercilio to his to a nor Ament. Or. Henry Marsh Secretary of the Lawn Tenn a association of new South Wales Crawford should beat the British players and help to win the doubles there is talk that he May turn professional i Don t think he will certainly not yet. Or. J. 0. Anderson former australian Champion and Davis cup player i Don t think Jack will set Ennu Irh support to make our Daris cup chances pertain i would a it Turnbull with him inthe i doubles. Or. Jack Clemenger. Captain a Mana Kerr of the Ladt australian Davis gip team. Crawford s win is the outstanding per. Mormance of any australian in the history of the Frame. 1 Harry hip than. Who has been one of ? Crawford s closest associates in Tennis for years told today what is probably the secret of Crawford s big Victory a course of strenuous training which started last year. Jack s Victory to my mind is Only the beginning of his career a career that will see him Champion of the world for at least six years said hopman. He May not be the most Brilliant player during that period but he will be the befit and most consistent player and should always be Able to break even with vines. The turning Point in Jack s game came strangely enough when the australian Davis cup players were bound for the United states. We decided that a strict plan of train ing was essential said hopman. Jack had never trained in his life. We started and for the first few Days Jack Wae stiff and sore All Over. He stuck at the work however and within a week he had thrown off his soreness and became a Tiger for work. The difference in his play was immediately noticeable when we arrived in America. He showed a keenness and activeness he had never shown before wins three cups London saturday. Crawford who has unprecedentedly won the australian French and world s singles champions hip this year will hold for a year the King s Challenge cup and the All England club s 100-Ffuinea Challenge cup. He wins too the �20 cup presented every year by the family of the late William and Ernest Renshaw. Former champions. Crawford is having a circular letter printed to thank his admirers for their congratulations. Revenue in . Increases deficit lowered by millions \ Sydney. Saturday. We Hare our inst severe sacrifices behind us. Bud before us there is the Prospect of Tower taxation lower charges for ser vices More employment and growing tra siness activities said the Premier or. Stevens tonight at the Commer Cial travellers association. I a not want to Deal at any great length with state finances he added but in a year the deficit has been re iced by a Little More than �10,000.000. That result was brought about by an increase in the Public Revenue of �6,000.000 and a decrease in Public expenditure of �4,000,000. According to or. Stevens reductions in taxation charges for Public services rail Vay freight and fares and Crown leases of All description represented a Remis Jiwon in taxation for Kie year of not less than �2,000,000. After allowing for these the Revenue shows the remarkable increase of �6,000,000, Aud that represents an improvement of 14 per cent on the past , be concluded. This is probably the greatest and a St reliable Index of increasing business activity Bungalow and mirrors for monkeys Sydney. Saturday. For of the spider to Nev at Faronea Park have been mover into More luxurious quarters a Bungalow of modern design. 5 it. Square with All conveniences. Mirrors miniature tanks. And plenty of Straw. It was porn gained by zoo officials that spider monkeys Are extremely hard to rear and Sydney is the Only too in Australia that has this dec is. Thev Are tropical monkeys. Jed cannot stand the told like other monkeys. Thus the cities decided on Makine Tybera As comfortable As possible during the Winter months. Slept on line swagman killed Rockhampton Queensland. Sat urday. When two swagman fell asleep on the railway line at Parkhurst hear Rockhampton Laet night one was killed by a train and the other seriously in. Jared. The injured Man John Burke e native of Bendigo awoke when the train Waeen them. He was thrown aside by the train. The name of the dead Man is believed to be Schultz. Three plugs of be Lignite fuses and detonators were found on his 1x-Dy. A i n ? Hiim 1 1 1 1 1 1 in mini m i m Mimi Idu Huum notices 1 birth6 a in Belai Nee Marjorie Dunkley. To or. And mis. Philip Campbell fort Lincoln on july 3. A son Alan Dunkley. Thanking or. Bennett. Matron Walters and staff. Deaths chair meets. On july sat his late real once Allen Street Cowa Dlila Livingston relict of Jean Chalmers. Aged 88 years. At rest. Goldsmith. On july sat Tia residence 35 Korth Cota Street. Torre Ivule Arthur Ernest. Bring husband of Eliza Goldsmith younger son of the late Peter and mar Ann Gold a path Portland Victoria aged 67 years. Saywa fid. On july 4. Cora Hayward. Be loved sister of mrs. Hoseason Smith bum Ide and mrs. Jobs Thompson St. Peters. Best in peace. Kotz. On july 8, at his residence. Oral Avenue. Wod Drulle Bernhardt Theodore be loved husband of Alice Totz. Aged 51 years. Late of Ca Towle no mourning by request. Leicester on july 7 at Adelaide. Frede Rick beloved husband of Fanny Leicester. Aged b8 rears. Ilag Gatt Nee Irene Rowell on july 8, at Adelaide Irene beloved wife of Jack big Catt Coombe Road. Allenby gardens aged 23 years. In memorial Fletcher. In fond and Loving memory of our dear sister Ettie who died july 9, 1907. Ever remembered by her Loving Sisters. Edith and Taam. ? funeral notices ? Hal Mulz. The friends of the late or. I a Livingston Chalmers late of Olad Ile Are respectfully informed that his Fune ral will leave he late residence no. 7 alien i Street Rowan Della on sunday at 4 pjn., for Ile West Terrace cemetery. Bruce a. Randall. Undertaker t4 port Road Hindmarsh and Grange. Phone l 5315 and l 8526. ,0 oldsm1th. The friends of the late or. Jarthur Ernest Goldsmith Are re informed that his funeral will leave Iai late residence 35 Northcote Street. Tor Rren Stuie. On sunday at 4 ., for the Cheltenham cemetery. H. F , undertaker 22 Henley each Road. Mile end 91 Unley Road Unley. Phone l 4811. Phone u 3923. ? Kotz. The friends of the late or. Bernhardt Theodore Kotz Are re informed that his funeral will leave a late residence Oval Avenue Woodville on monday at 2.30 For the West Terrace cemetery. Pex Vellky & Knabe undertakers Central 496. ? 210 bundle Street. X Leicester. The friends of the late or i i Frederick Leicester Are respect fully informed thai his funeral will leave the residence of his son. Or. Froderick Leices Ter. 8 Atho Avenue. Prospect on sunday at s For tie West Terrace cemetery p. Be Coku. Undertaker 9/connei Street. North Adelaide. Central 313 offer hours. I rus port Road. Prospect. M 23c8 ? or m 2743. U a by. ? friends of or. Jack bag Gatt Are respectfully informed that the funeral of his late Loving wife Irene Marie will leave his residence. No. 16 Coombe Road. All Tiby gardens a sunday at 2 for the West Terrace cemetery. Bruce a Randall. Undertaker. 74 port Road Henri Marsh and Grange ? phone. L bs1s and l s526 ? friends of the late or. Geor in Henry Schrader . Late of Bowden Are respectfully informed Liat his funeral will leave the rps Deuce of mrs. A Hooper Beans Road. West theban inn on so pay at 2.31 . W Tho Hindmarsh cemetery. F. T. Elliott a son. Undertakers. Phone 1 4970. Port re. Find Marsoli. Hardinge s exclusive wreaths. 1 15 Gawler i. C 8968 after hours v 4896. A too open sundays. 10 to 11 . Thell All be after you now London saturday. After the championship Tennis match vines j said glad you won Jack. That s j honest. I Don t envy you your Posi i Tion. You re on top of the world i today but May be dethroned Tomor Row. You la have no peace. They la All be after you which May rank As one of the finest sermons Ever delivered to a Tennis player on the insecurity of glory. Pioneer woman has never seen film and never will mrs. Anna Maria Watt of Watt s Gully near the mount Crawford Gold diggings has never seen a film. And she never will see one she says. She is 76 years of ape and has lived for 45 years in the lonely Gully which was once the Centre of a Gold Rush. She was nearly 50 when South Australia started Koine in a body to the pictures j occasionally she heard about Maurice cos jello and Max Linder and later Pickford j Chaplin Talmadge and other stars of the silent Days. J but mrs. Watts had seven children and an invalid husband and there was neither time nor Money to spare for i coins to see them. Five of the children Crew up and the j i husband a Pioneer Gold Dir or died b it mrs Watts kept on in the fully then j i when she was turned 70, the talkies i came in stars tumbled and new ones were made Overn Chat. It took a ions Tiro. For echoes of the revolution to reach Watt s Gully and when the mail interviewed mrs. Watts last week she had not yet seen a film. But i can imagine them she said. The Story of the 76 years old Pioneer who had never seen a film induced the management of the Rex theatre to offer mrs. Watt a handsome Day in town late this week or. W. Craft manager for Rio radio pictures in Adelaide motored to Watts Gully to brine mrs. Watts Down to the Rex theatre to see the conquerors a tale of pioneers he was to be Given dinner in the City and to be motored Back the 36 Miles to her Home in the Gully. Tears sprang to the old Pioneer s eyes but she would not go. I have lived a ions time without entertainment and t Pliml so on without it she Eaid tout a. She Bill lived so Long Amone hard Reali a ties that she could not grasp the world of shadows and illusions held out to her for � Day. In the re a went Back to Ade Laide and mrs. Watts stayed in the Gully. � pay is Only problem at Wandrilo minister Back from . Apart from the request for pay ment at the rate of �2 2/ an acre instead of the �1 now paid there is nothing that cannot be easily overcome in the matters put before me by the men of the Wandrilo employment lamp said the minister of employ ment or. Jeffries tonight or. Jeffries had just returned from a trip to the Camp. He said that he would bring the re sults of his investigations before Cabinet on monday and hoped to let the men know its decision that Day. I spoke to quite a number of the men during my inspection of the Camp and then met seven or eight of their representatives in conference continued . They Are a very decent crowd and i am satisfied that the majority of them Are perfectly willing to work hard. They Are genuinely anxious to do the fair thing. J when the Camp was formed it was de a cited to do the work on the Petty con tract system. The men were put into Croupe of four and Bauo Ted for the Lif Ferent areas of land. The Price arranged to the forestry department was �1 an acre. This rate will be discussed by Cabinet. I 1 am perfectly satisfied that if the men Are left to act on their own behalf j and approach responsible officers direct without the intervention of agitators there will be no More trouble at the Camp. Purely Relief measure it has to be borne in mind that the \ work at Wandrilo and other Forest Cam Pel k being done purely a a Relief measure. The forestry department and the govern ment would prefer the work not to be done at the moment but something had to be found for the men to do. The department has a get programme to Plant a certain amount each year but the unemployment works Are increasing the acreage so tremendously a to Embar Rass the department. Quite a lot now being cleared will have to be gone Over again for Shoote before actual planting is done. The men have just experienced a particularly cold fortnight. A recreation room is to be built with a fireplace at each end. Where they can spend their evenings in warmth and Comfort. It will be ready in a week or two. And will fill a definite need or. Jeffries was impressed by the forests he saw in the South East. Provided that we can find a Market for our pinus radiate. South Australia has a magnificent asset in its forests he said. Indications Are that there will be an expanding Market in a few years resume monday mount Gambier saturday. News from the unemployed Camp at Wandrilo tonight is reassuring. A representative of the men said that at a meeting it was decided to resume work on monday morn ing until such time a6 a reply had been received to their application for higher rates of pay. When the position would be reviewed. He said that the minister s visit yes Gerdav and greatly relieved the tension and Harmony was restored. All the men were gratified at the prompt action taken by the minister. Love me love my dog Little Doreen Jeanes Youh her Mother s alsatian dog lady Heather of Jooyong a delightful study taken at the alsatian dog show conducted by the alsatian defence league of South Australia at Bayville showgrounds today. Eather Oyong a delightful g conducted Clouds on nazi horizon grumblings in Germany London. Saturday. Although Hitler s position As virtual dictator of Germany remains Una sailed Berlin despatches intimate that Clouds Are appearing on the poli tical horizon. The news chronicle special Cor respondent reports that deep thongs mute resentment among the protestant and Catholic churches and the slow Ness of the promised Trade revival Aro causing grumbling and misgivings. Stagnation has fallen upon the Large cities from which most of the. Tourist usually been at this time of the year Are absent. The disappearance of thousands of wealthy jews has disastrously affected Germany s economic life rents have fallen steeply in the better class districts formerly inhabited by jews and there is an army of Idle domestics. Nazi economists Realise More and More that the anti jewish Campaign has done More harm than Ood. The fussiness of hundreds of Petty dictators throughout the country is getting on the nerves of the average citizen. The nazis admit the existence of much dissatisfaction but assert that Many disagreeable restrictions will vanish once the total nazi state has been established. Outlive Mussolini the nazis Are training promising Mem Bers for the ministries and High administrative posts now held by non nazis and when they Are ready the present officers will be evicted. Heir Rosenberg is Des tined to be the first nazi foreign minis Ter. The nazis say that their regime will withstand All storms and predict that Hitler will outlive Mussolini. But they Are less confident of his ability to con Vert the hostile half of the nation to Hitler ism. The present restlessness of Large numbers of germans suggests that the nazi regime is less popular and must continue to be bolsters by Force. The discontented reactionaries Are not Hitler e Only opponents. The German press is especially emphasising the Chan cellar s threat not Only to brutally sup press reactionary attempts against the nazi regime but also to turn ruthlessly a Ramst the so called second revolution the Berlin correspondent of the Man Chester guardian explains that this re Fer to the efforts of the nazis Radical Wing particularly the storm troops to Rarry the Hitler revolution further and to establish a kind of Brown shirt bolshevism. Discontented nazis the Brown shirts include Many former convicts and a Large element of fanatical anti capitalists. These formed the Shock troops of the Brown army without whom Hitler s Success would have been impossible. Thev Are now disillusioned and openly discontented and some of the pro m nent ones have been sent to concentration Camps. It if doubtful whether the second Revo Lution seriously menaces the regime but there is significant fraternization in fac tories Between workmen who joined the nazis and workmen who remain comm n of the and Sonja Pietu at part. Wrestler injured at City Baths the wrestling match at the City Bathe tonight Between denes Koutsouvelis 13 2 i and Leon the Nayler 12 1 ended in the sixth round. He Nayler wag pushed from the ring and injured bus Bead. He was unable to continue. Each Man had gained one fall. Kout so Ivelis was crowned by the referee or. It. Whitman. A feature of the match was be nay it s excellent countering. Be Nayler scored the first fall in the Foi rth round when he dumped Koutsou Velis and pinned him with a body press. The greek equalised in the fifth. Passion fruit for England London july 7. An experimental consignment of a refrigerated passion fruit from Victoria arrived by the doric Star in excellent condition. Wai paper and a special preparation kept the fruit fresh. There was pot a sign of withering. Many orders Are Likely to follow. Woods gets to Singapore makes Good Start in bid for flight record will get electric Shock if he Falls asleep mail special representative Singapore. Saturday. Pilot James Woods the Western australian air Man arrived Here at noon today on his record attempt ing flight to England. After a Brief rest he will leave for Alor Star 420 Miles North. He Hopes to reach there tonight and hop off for Rangoon 840 Miles at Dawn tomorrow. Pilot Woods left Batavia Early today As scheduled and refuelled at Suntok on Banka Island off the coast of Sumatra. Woods began his flight from Broome Western Australia at i . Perth time on Friday and completed his first stage about 1,500 Miles to Batavia the same Day. Mollie on who Holde the record of 8 Days 21 or. 25 min. Made in August 1931, started from Wyndham farther North in Western Australia and also reached Bata via the name Day. Mollison got to Alor Star at the end of his second Day and Woods will probably do the same. Mollison e next stages were Rangoon and Allahabad. Woods May try to go on to Calcutta from Rangoon on sunday afternoon. Pilot Woods has fitted to his Gipsy Moth plane a device that will give him an electric Shock should he fall asleep at the controls. The two hinged flaps to the band grip m of the control column will be held away m by Springs while the Pilot holds the Joy a stick but k Bis strip should fail through a sleep they will open and make Contact giving him a slight kick to awaken him. A to bring him into the electrical circuit i the Pilot s wrists Are connected to Bat ? teries at Tho Bead of the control column. The elaborate fittings in the plane in clude a tiny wireless set 6 in. Equate which has a Range of about 2,000 Miles. Robot Pilot for world flier new York saturday. Or. Wiley Post will leave new York next week to i attempt a Solo flight round the world. I Hie plane the Winnie May. A Lockhead Vega fitted with a Pratt and Whitney Wasp engine is equipped with a robot Pilot which will enable the machine to hold to its course while the airman sleep. I he plans a eix Day dash Over the Atlantic i Europe Russia. Alaska and Canada. Pilot James Wood the wet Tern australian airman. New policy for territory Melbourne saturday. The graziers idea for the advocacy of a new policy for North Australia by which the territory should be controlled by private Enterprise on the lines of the British India company scheme was voiced today by or. H. Thoneman representative of the Northern territory interests on the Federal graziers Council of Australia. Or. Thoneman is part owner of Elsey and Hodgson stations on the Roper River North Australia. His state ment followed last night s report from Canberra that the prime minister or. Lyons was considering alternative schemes for the development of the North. Or. Thoneman added that he disapproved of any scheme involving a Large expenditure of Public Money. Commenting on the proposal of the Dean of Canterbury or Johnson. Or. Thoneman said that he agreed that the australian attitude in connection with the North was that of a dog in the Manger. But he utterly disapproved of the Dean s suggestion to at part of this territory should be Given to Japan a a peace offer ing. Destructive suggestion it is a destructive suggestion he said. One that tends to rend the senti ments of the Empire. From a Man of the Dean s position one would expect a More constructive idea. But it is True that something should be done in the far North and the Way to develop it m by encouraging private Enterprise. As far Back As 1922 or. W. M. Hughes As prime minister forecast in a speech at Unley a Large new developmental policy for the North. This cry has been repeated periodically but the Only changes we get Are such futile ones a the separa Tion of the Centre from the North and More reunion and then mooted separation. The Northern territory is truly the Cinderella of Australia and whenever we get a minister who shows noted ability in his conduct of its affairs he is Given a More important portfolio knowing or. I Rons. I believe fully in his sincerity when he says that a by Effort is to be made to Daveion the North. Only policy it is particularly interesting to hear the inducements to be held out to bring private capital to this area. The Sugges Tion to hand Over the Northern territory to a chartered company on the ones of the British India company is. In my opinion the Only policy which will be successful in the Lone run. If the govern ment fails to interest any such business corporation in the North it should encourage by All Means in its Power the Only Industry of note in the territory cattle raising further comment by Dean of Canter Bury on Page 3 Gas Heaters in Church Sydney saturday. So that people will be Able to attend in Comfort 22 Gas Heaters have been installed at a Cost of �400 in St. Andrew s Cathedral. The Cathedral was to cold in Winter that it was almost too much to expect people to attend some of the services according to Dean Talbot. The Heaters Are arranged around the Walls of the Cathedral and Are switched on some time before the service so that the Church can be thoroughly warmed beforehand. They Are left on throughout the service. The Dean realised that the Cathedral was bitterly cold in the Winter and needed warming said mrs. Talbot. It was Aileo an inducement to people to attend the services. Since the introduction of the Heaters the congregation has increased smart fashions at Cheltenham today attractive hat modes worn by race goers at Cheltenham today when the Adelaide Hunt club conducted a meeting. Top miss Louise Ben Nett left the misses m. White and l. Turner. Beneath miss Dora Hanson left miss Anne v. Green Centre and Mist Phyllis Bray. Knockouts at boxing three of the boxing Boute at the City Baths tonight were ended by knockouts and the fourth Wae Between boxers whose total weights was Lees than 9 it. Ron Whittaker 9 6 and Lea Chees Roan 9 2 were scheduled to fight six rounds but the end came before the end of the first. Whittaker concentrated on the body at the opening Bell. The Refe ree or. H. O Donnell halted the Boxer and tied up one of Whittaker s gloves which had come undone. When he gave the fight on n Gnal Whittaker was Elow to raise Bia hands and Cheesman connected with a Well timed right Cross to the jaw. Whittaker took the full count. A two listed attack to the head had Dick Thomas 8 12 groggy id the third round of Bis bout with Bob Garnett a 13. In the next session Thomas was floored for eight seconds and his handlers threw in the Towel. ? police Stop bout j tearing in with both hands in the second round of Hie bout. Herb Rogers 9 1 sent Bill Butler /9 2 to the boards for a count of six. When Rogers again floored him for eight seconds. Detective Gill ordered the referee to Stop the bout. Loud applause was Given by the crowd Dur Iii the bout Between Sid Talbot 4 6 and Dick a Annicc 4 2. The lads j swapped punches with All the Power of their weight behind them. Wild swings and terrific uppercuts. Most of which fortunately missed followed in Quick Suc cession. The referee grave a draw ver dict to the popular boys. French fliers seek record new York saturday. The noted French airmen Paul Codos and Marice Rossi Are ready to take off on a Long distance flight across the Atlantic and Europe As soon As weather reports Are favourable. They have no definite objective but will Fly As far As they Are Able. The present non Stop record 5,340 Miles is held by Squadron Leader Gay Ford and Lieut. Nicholetti of England. The frenchmen will carry 800 Gallons of petrol. The total weight of their plane will be 9 tons twice the weight any other plane has Ever lifted from the Floyd Bennett Airport. They will have to Fly farther than constantinople 4,999 Miles from new York to make a new record. Barossa by election continued from Page sub divisional figures details of first preferences Oast in the various eur Diri Sione in the Barossa by election Are in 1 polling place. 5 s g i i z e � � pret preference votes tar each candidate. Gawler subdivision Gawler ? 215 206 442 105 u cockatoo Valley -.36 4 35 6 2 Waifler South 108 346 151 64 16 hairier blocks. 15 2 is ? to ? s 3 12 5 Lyndoe ? 93 it 144 one tree Hill. 4 31 3 Bose Dale ? 9 15 8 1 Bose worthy ? 19 12 20 is 1 Rowlands Flat 21 2 8 Smithfield ? 13 s 125 8 3 was Leys ? 24 7 14 16 i Willaston ? 119 84 76 is Wimam town. 114 14 56 16 4 Trubo subdivision Truro ? 8 20 55 27 s Pandleton ? 4 5 s Stonefield ? i so 5 Blan Chetom. 4 8 7 two Wells subdivision two Wells ? 20 3 187 s4 Dublin ? 9 2 44 71 5 i Ong Plains. 8 162 6 s mall Ala ? 34 11 190 12 1 be Banks ? s 155 9 Virginia ? 19 6 102 4 s wild hone Plains. 9 14 2 1 Windsor ? 4_19 9postal votes. 87 14 44 aug Aston subdivision an a Lon ? 107 18 197 89 u Kyneton. 22 61 23 lights pass. 28 2 29 2 Mocatta ? 11 s s8 15 my uce Emle. 21 12 u 3 Nurio Otapa ? 95 24 114 30 8 Pune Loo. S Sedan ? 30 4 90 19 3 Stockwell ? 28 36 7 Anunda. 367 35 298 63 u Lowitta ? 2 46 3 a Ausburt subdivision Salisbury ? 9 � 217 86 s abattoirs ? 19 14 29 38 i Enfield ? 40 58 45 50 $ Gaza ? 30 71 155 ? Northfield ? 14 20 19 17 1 St. Hilda ? 7 16 s likelihood of ban on new Book Canberra. Saturday. A Booken titled the magnificent by Terence Greenidge. Which bodleian the mail reviewer on Page 7. Says is an unwholesome publication was referred today to the minister of customs or. White. He said that he would examine it and if it were undesirable he would ban it. Apparently the Book has not yet Canent the Eye of the Ctet nuns officials whose duty it is to refer doubtful books to the minister. Or. White said that Cabinet would probably make the necessary appoint ments to the boots censorship commit tee Nert week. The magnificent Steht g he the first Boot referred to it for recon it or White said that s Large number of offer from Leadine Ritz fans who were pre pared to act on that committee had been received. Mattern forced Down in Siberia Moscow july 8. James j. Mat Tern the airman who is attempting a round the world flight was forced Down by engine trouble 100 Miles from Nadyr River in the North Eastern Corner of Siberia. Soviet Frontier guards helped him and he is now awaiting a new engine for Hie plane. Draw for coursing cup at Jamestown easiest own. Saturday. The great nor Thern cup will be run in the open at James town on wednesday and thursday. The draw is As follows Adelaide s desire v. Birthday gift. Wagtail v. Kealin King. Syrrilda v. Miss Light toot Goldsome v. Wong boy. Peggy poet v. Lady Irene just Nigger v. Lightning March sunny boy v. Steel guitar flying dutchman v. Tie Bounder Beauty Queen r. Befall a Queen a Natoo lad t. Metal Queen Una wha mss v. Colin a Haekler Wilkle frauds v. Welcome girl tick tick v. Just Maggie. Cabinet talk on wheat Cut Melbourne saturday. The agree ment for a temporary restriction of wheat exports arrived at by the meeting of pre Miers in Sydney will be discussed at the state Cabinet meeting on monday

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