Adelaide Mail in Adelaide, South-Australia
13 May 1933

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13 May 1933

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Adelaide Mail (Newspaper) - May 13, 1933, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia cosy fires at Little Cost with Clarkson s fire grates new Iino artistic Motu Aiea Titi Ualle Lesi Guiod to give greatest heat from least fuel see the Lar a selections Al of new showrooms displayed with tile surrounds in Harmony. These modern grates will soon save their Cost in lower fue Bills. Make your m bathroom / modern ? economical Home improvements can be made with Clarkson s Baths basins. Bathroom fittings lavatory Ware Call and inspect. There is no obligation to buy. Tools Don t forget that we have a Large selection from Standard makers and at reasonable Price. For Handyman and Home Gardener for Tau Jcck Deeroo Tiari new address 135-9 Rundle Street and at port Adelaide and port Lincoln. To i Fie 3- a a or is me Offitt Sam a Sabev i Billni High Nippy nights Are Here again i there is n. Distinct bite in the air these nights thai turns one s thoughts to pleasant evenings spent by the Cost fireside and Best of All to a piping hot fragrant cup a Coffee after the game of Bridge or the evening s pleasure whatever it May be. Coffee made with Bickford s Coffee essence has Long proved the popular Winter evening beverage it is appreciated by one and All. Try it for supper to night Bickford Coffee essence Fife bed i Otwe Evec tasted for your Throat s Sake use Riz la cigarette papers 100 per front. Puri typewriting Multi graphing 1 Vult graphing printing duplicating Etc ? illustrated Stencil of Lra i. I miss e. Rene Vinecor cruel building Grentel Laoue c 8b. Greater broadcasts listen in to the Star of the air Ftp tit George Edwards j Jujj radio s greatest personality 1 and his company of famous radio players including Nell Stirling Cesarine programme every sunday 8.15 on 5dn tomorrow night drama. Tod Sweeney the Barber of Fleet Street this is vital to All xxx Milij old x xxi he Fco More worthy Campaign in Public interest he Hugl i could be initiated than the insert health week egg i Mem pm and All that it teaches. Kph a the object of health week i in has to educate uie comm duty in All dangers that Art s i Shrai piss menace to Persona health. Ship i glib Bibb first and for Niosi we must lire cleanly and follow tse if if present Day doctrines of personal and household Bogie be a. A web to against All agents of disease such As the fir. It. Of i ? ? a a a etc., but of All the phases in the education of the Public in of a / i is Lily in health matters the outstanding fact is that a ?.?. Bijj i a physical culture is supreme in the of my attainment of real health Hajj Hill for remember. Health and strength develop a Strong a we i jew Mem and a determination to follow the. 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Personal or postal instruction Weber Shorthose & Rice s health and strength College 41 Currie Street Adelaide tee car of distinction9 u ? the modern refinements of 1933 motor x x cars Are incorporated in this most 3 up to Date car. Make it your business to inspect the 4 and 6 Cylinder Ehas ses at our showrooms and also take j the Opportunity of having a run on the Road without to obligation to Purchase. All body types to choose from j Lyn As & Fenwick limited i 68-70 Franklin Street Adelaide x phone c 4700 distributors for South aus. Box 863 g \ Lusitania survivor who lost baby woman now in Australia tells graphic Story Sydney saturday. Eighteen years ago the Cunard liner Lusitania bound from new York to Liverpool was torpedoed by a German submarine off the coast of Ireland. Few people aboard survived the disaster. Mrs. Gertrude Adams now living at 54 Hurstville Road Hurstville tells the Story of her experiences and of the loss of her most precious treasure her baby daughter Joan. I some months after Niy husband to Iii with the Canadian forces to the War. I a a our Home in Edmonton Alberta to visit my parents in Bristol England Ehe said. I granted to Eail on the Bichest boat which made the run. And i had Inaudi pretty clothes Tor myself and my baby a the our was still Remote to me. When i stood at the wharf with my bans a stranger said to me. Don t you know there is a War on it is not Safe to Sai but i had no doubts about my safety. When the ship was camouflaged i did have a moment of worry but cot for Long. And As we neared Home i Wor ried less. Then it happened violent explosion we had just finished lunch a the second Saloon when the explosion Carie. There was a violent explosion furniture crashed about the Saloon and women screamed. I grabbed my baby. I remember a Young woman who put out her hand to help me As i struggled with my baby up the 6tairs. I reached the deck and found a boat covered with Canvas and a Man standing by it. The sweat was run Ning Down his face and he was saying that he could t get tie Canvas off by himself. I can do nothing for you missus he said. The ship tipped right Over to one Side but i Hung on to the boat and sat my baby on the Canvas cover. She did not cry. Someone called to me to follow and i took my baby off the boat and ran with a Man and another woman with a baby to the first class deck. No one told me where to go to ret in a boat but i remember picking up a Lui Veloni Ink had d Opi Tim. J ii Kiim 1 would need it for my baby liit.-i-. 1 on do a with my link a i inst a Iii a i and looked Down a Dot a Ejli. A i ills i a Brave Man tilt with the baby to A Trio Jeck Ami Royit a. And a wave took lie and the child. The in a a steward1 Tuet me a i Fhelt. Inn the Steward re Phel. She will have to u it Lier Wii i the Man took off his Belt and save it. To me. And the next minute he was done1 Down the do. Too. He came from some where near London Blackheart. 1 think. 1 Cou d see him sliding sliding. He left & wife and a. Little girl. Then i went Down the deck and 1 j was washed overboard. I held on to Niy baby and i seemed to to Down Down to the Bottom of the Ocean. J when i Emo up i still had the baby. But had lost the Rue. I found a Board a latin in the water and i rent my baby on it. J i floated there w Ilii of people j All round me and the in Xii of those killed by the explosion bumping against the Board. There was no Way of getting to the boat and. Anyway they were overloaded. Then i saw that my Bab was dead and i let her go and slipped Back into the water. I Felt it was no use struggling any More but three seamen on a tank reached out to me. One Man was balancing the tank and the rest of us clubs to the Edile. 1 heard i them arguing As to whether i was dead i or alive but they held me up. J i remember seeing a barrel floating. And thinking of 1 Only could get to that barrel if Only 1 could but. Of course it was quite impossible. I rescued by boat i had thick plaits of hair and left that my hair was holding me Down in the water. I do not remember anything much until we were picked up by a boat from the coastal Steamer Bluebell. It was 6 o clock then. We had been in _ the water All this time. But Don t think that drowning is Nasty you just float and float. I woke up in a bunk in the coaster still with my clothes on but i changed them at Queenstown. There was a drink which i remember. It was Tea Given to me in an Enaud Basin by a treat big Man on the Bluebell. It was wonderful. Well everything was lost except in husband. He secured a special permit and came from the front line to Tjien i four Days with me in Bristol and saved me Horn going mad. Then lie went Baekki to four years of service \ memory hurts mrs. Adams has three other children ? now. She lives in a White painted Bun a Galow on a sunny slope at Hurstville Ai tall smiling woman with thick Black hair Only lightly streaked with Grey. I she was 22 years old when the Lusitania i was torpedoed but she cried yesterday i is years afterwards when she told of the disaster. I there were hundreds there but 1 sup pose that each per a Felt desperately and 1 Ripple sri alone As i did she said. I have no feeling a inst the grim aids. W whatever happened they we the tools of a authority which took no Conn Ufa t be individual famous mexican artist Diego Rivera at work in Rockefeller Centre radio City new York. He is shown explaining to his wife one of the panels of the Fresco which when completed will be 63 it. Long by 17 it. High. This week because or. Nelson Rockefeller and the management of radio City considered that one of the panels contained the Jace of Lenin the dead Leader of the russian bolshevik its it was decided to obliterate the work by covering u to ii tar paper. Net York s business and Art centres Are greatly stirred Over the quarrel. Rivera charges them with assassinating his work. 1.0.0jf. Conference Here next week kor the Fust time since 1014 the Tsien Junial conference of the Independent order j of Odd Fellows will be held in Adelaide i next week. The conference will open on j tuesday. More Tau 30 delegates from Vai Iowie states will attend. Some delegates arrived from Victoria and Western Australia yesterday. The i remainder came on the from Mel j Bourne today. in the arrivals today was the Partil sir. Of tie order. Or. L. Deans j pit clinic. Of now . Who will preside i Over the Moniere Iier. J i the visitor will be til of ii for a motor drive through add Taido and the i Burbe tomorrow Ami on Montuy to i a will to. J for a your Ali Roig i i i i. Wii i Ali Eye will inspect Twer Al vol. Woollen Mills on Mondov night tie re will to v. Up Tion to i taif i Avirl Pirp an for rom l Ole i representatives of anti Valasia la tic ? stat if Lodge of Softli Australia. To round up killers hazardous trek by police j 3,000-mile trip i Sydney. Saturday. 1 . Mount.-. Constable e. H. Morey Val Koil Down King Street during the i Viii. Heads turned and looked after him although he was in civilian clothes this til Siik a dimly by tilt Fitzure compelled at ution. I but i i Iii to Lotice i that he is now on his Way Back to Darwin to undertake a momentous patrol through Savage arnhem land to round up the native killers of five japanese Trep angers i at Caledon Bay. J More Anil Bis Inse Mable police com passion. Constable a Hoisy. Will travel a most Miles starting from the Mouth of the Roner River and traversing pome country where no White Man Lias Ever been before. J with a native interpreter the pair will travel by packhorse and will be provisioned it intervals from a Lugger moving with them along the coast. The weight of rifles am ignition. Anil Handcuffs they must take with them on the hazardous trip will prevent them from pm Irvine More than a few weeks food Supply. I Constable Morey was mainly Rei Pon sible for bringing to Justice the natives tried and sentenced recently at Darwin for the murder of another party of japanese at port Keats. One of the finest horsemen in the Commonwealth he with snowy Thompson. Represented Australia at the great Rodeo held at the time of the Wembley exhibition in England. Florence Austral praised in opera i mail special representative j j London. May 12. Critics Welcome the reappearance of the australian Singer. Florence Austral and. Acclaim her performance As Brunnhilde in Wagner s grand opera. The Valkyrie at covent Garden theatre. Miss Austral a dramatic Soprano was born in Melbourne 29 years ago and mar ried John Amadio flautist in 1925, she has filled Many leading roles in grand opera Many women at today , races at Morphet Tville snug topcoats and furs predominate a Pei Feut Duy after a night of almost incessant rain Drew a Large crowd of womenfolk to Morphet Tvilde this afternoon to have a final flutter on the last Day of the . Meeting. Everyone was snugly Clad in topcoats or tailored suits principally of the vary ing shades of Brown. Tweeds looked smart especially the Brown and White or Brown and White Check order. All fabrics were rough surfaced and Many handsome furs Lent a distinctive finish. Mrs. Hugh Davidson wore a Green Woollen clot i wit and skirt and a velour i in to ii a i. Cutten was in a Brown suit fur und Liat. Mrs. J. B. I a i Iff. Wore n Green Fleckel Tweed coat trimmed with fur. And i Brown Felt hat Mih. H. Proekt Wor Ebrown Tweed oat Atid skirt nid Brown hat. Mrs. George Braund s Fawn coat and skirt was with a Fawn velvet Toque. Miss Colleen Cudmore was in wine color As to coat and hat and she wore a Brown fur. Miro Margaret Cudmore s Green coat was worn Over a Brown dress and her hat waa a Small eco one. Lira. E. A. Brooks wore a Brown fur coat Over a figured crepe de Chine and her hat was Brown valour. Mrs. A. V. Benson Wae in a suit of Black cloth an Ermine stole Aud a Small Black and White hat mrs ii. S. Cowan wore a Brown Diagonal striped with a mole Collar and Lur toying bras Brown. Mrs. J. A. L i Civ was in i song Brown Coal Piid a Brown h to. Miv. William Lowe was in a Black i Oal and skirt in Brown in. And i by i a Felt hit. Miss in Roth top wore u Biown it Teri Coal und hut to tone. Miss Kattin Chih in i w is in a wine Colora Cott hat. Mrs. J. V. Black coat Lead i ii i a fur Collur and she wore a Bat. Mrs. Sli Eunan to i Ivy i wiil be and Jirees Felt mi.-, Walil Hail Oil a Hlatky Chat Iii. I i with Tny Iii Rita i r. Acid Lier liar ? was to id. Or Daniel Tor. Mrs. Sill i Hui i m . Hii. Ii. N lilo id suit of and i am. Or. Allin i Karla ii Hail on a Rii Iii i. I it l i i it lir Wii Sijo i.-1 e ? i Chi i it. I mat mr.-. Aii Hii Lari -. In. I. in of Iii minit to . Or 1 Tab ii pro it Fawn it ,\v.i a i and i Brown Elva hat. Mr.-. Sidney Rymill won a Black a iat Nii i a bin-1 a i Iii a sheikh end u Plaj skill an to Iii or me acid a by Civ Valoir hat. Mrs. H. P. was in u Breve clip cd Tweed i Iii Tori a Bronn fur and a covet a. Or r. M. Cudmore had on a lung Brown coat in Lii ii fur Collar and a Brown fell Iii. Misses i k Aud Pat Stoddart win Clad alike la lung Brown Coats and Small Brown hat.-?. Miss Muriel Hall was in a Lilack i oat and skin Aud Black hat. Miss Given Hall wore a Brown Tweed suit a Brown Scarf spotted with beige and a Brown hat. Mrs. J. H. Gosse was in a coat and skirt of Fawn crinkle crepe trimmed with mole and a Brown Toque. Miss Helen Giles wore a Black cloth coat a Brown fur and a Black Toque. Mrs. Clifford Deeley s Blaek coat and skirt was worn with j a Brown fur and a Small Black velour hat. Miss Mary Drake Brockman wore a Black coat a Brown fur and a Black velvet Toque. Miss Phyllis Bray was in a Black roat and skirt and a Black Felt hat banded wit ii write. Mrs. Herbert Lymui wore a Black coat and skirt a store Martha fur Titi a. Black hat. J her daughter Katharine wore a smart tailored suit of Brown and yellow Cheek Tweed a Scarf to tone and a Brown hat. Mrs. Julian avers wore a Black cloth boat with Black fur Collar j Ami a Black velvet hat. Mrs. Burns cumin was in a snuff Brown dress and hat to match. Mrs. N. C. Cave s Bright Navy coat had a Brown fur Collar and she wore a Small Blue hat. Her daughter Mary was in a Fawn coat and a velour hat of Darker Shade. Mrs. Jule Wendt wore a Black coat and skirt a Brown fur. And a Black velvet hat. Mrs. Gerald Hack was in a Redd Sli Brown coat and skirt and hat to tone. With her was mrs. Clive Stoit in a Black cloth coat Brown fur Aud Black hat. Mrs. A a. Edmunds wore a Brown Tweed coat and skirt and a Brown hat. Mrs. Laurie Gliddon wore a Royal Blue coat and a Black and White velvet Toque. J mrs. Charles Coles wore a Fawn coat and skirt and a Small Fawn hat. Mrs. Walter Law Srully was in a Royal Blue coat Nairn Vii fur and a Blue velvet Toque. Mrs. Kenneth bake Wail wore a Nai y Marocain coat Aud skirt and hat. Her daughter Helen was in a brawn Aud a White Check coat and skin and s Brown hat. Miss Mary Tuerke s Fawn Coal i is worn Ovir in Al Sigud to Reed froi-1, and sir had on i Gnu Gorjup. Mrs. Han 1 Kino Nas in a Lousy Mack coat and a Black velour hat. Mrs. Urian Moore was in a coat and skirt o Fawn Tweed and a Brown Felt hat. Mis. Ivan be had on a coat of Lido Blue a Sable fur. And a Blue velour hat. Mrs. Fred Porter Ami her Niere miss Suzanne Stop Alc from Sydney were both in nut Brown. Mrs. L m. I Larity wore a Fawn and Brown Check coat an a skirt and a Brown hat. Loan Council meeting too hurried Canberra. Sat inlay. In addition to the protest Froin Western .australia1 against the insufficient notice Piven to premiers to attend a meeting of the loan. Council new South Wales has also com 1 planned Aud Hae asked that the meeting be postponed it is Likely therefore that the Federal government will defer the meeting until tuesday. The complaint i tue Western aus i Ralian Premier or. Collier was that when he received an intimation that the1 meet inc would be held on monday in Mel Bourne it would have been impossible for him to have got there in time. Or. Steven. Who has just finished a strenuous Campaign in new South Wales on the upper House Reform referendum does not wish to travel during the week end but desires a rest from the Straid of the Campaign. By calling a meeting at Tjc-1i Short notice the Commonwealth has Given Rise to much speculation. In elite of unofficial denials there in a Strong fee Linar that it has been summoned As a result of a Cable Meis Sase from the resident minis Ter in London or. S. A. Brucel on the aspects of the overseas loan conversion position. The prime minister or. Lyons stated that the reason of the meeting was to con Sider the deficit of Western Australia and Queensland which Are expected to exceed the amount of the deficit allocation be tween the Commonwealth and the states. Or. Butler leaves for Melbourne although tie Premier or. Butler did not make any complaint at the hurried calling of the Council he sympathised with or. Collier in the position in which the action of the Federal government had placed him. He 6aid that or. Collier certainly had just cause for complaint. Mar. Butler who left for Melbourne this afternoon Eaid that he was not yet sure what business was to be transacted except to make an arrangement to finance excess deficits and he thought the Busi Ness might be mainly formal. Gandhi gets weaker As fast reaches 6th Day Calcutta. Saturday. A medical examination of Mahatma Gandhi on the sixth Day of Hie self imposed purification fast reveals How his health Hue been affected. But Hie Doctore say that provided he has absolute rest physically and mentally he will survive his proposed abstention of food for 21 Days. He is weaker and in losing 2 1b. A Day. He now weighs 6 it. 8 la. Gandhi is lying quite still and Piej fanned All Day by friends because the heat is oppressive Gandhi is stay nor at Poona in a Bunga Low belonging to lady tha Kereev a Parsee. Who is one of Hie most ardent followers. He is being nursed. By his wife and mrs. Sarojini Naidu a Brahman Follower. This fast has no political significance it is really a prayer that he and others shall be purified and strengthened in their efforts to get removed the hindu Reli Sious Bane on the untouchable caste a Strong pull and a Long pull by Bridge makers. To ensure a Stout Bridge these men of the third Field company o engineers Are hauling to tighten a knot in the 60 it trestle Bridge they Art building. Note the new Blue uniforms being worn by the men who Are i in a week end bivouac Al be Surfick Barracks. I Roosevelt is bid for Power struggle ahead with Congress mail special representative Washington saturday j Congress plans to adjourn i a month hence and the inter vening period will see a final test of strength Between president Roosevelt and the forces opposed to his pro grammes which Are gather ins new strength daily. When or. Roosevelt assumed the ictus of Power As president in March he first devoted himself to the essential feature ? if Domestic legislation culminating in tie farm Relief and inflation Bill. Then he switched to the foreign Field receiving visits from or. Ramsay Mac Donald Britain and m. Herriot France. Today the president is addressing him self to a calculated and highly important j modification of America s Tariff position relative to the rest of the world All the time seeking fundamental proposals for tie world economic conference in London nest month. It is a vital part of the White House programme that Congress should trans j Fer its Powers for dealing with the Tariff to the president personally. But Congress feels much the same about tariffs As it does about the International debts and it will not haul Down its colors without a struggle. I All Over the country manufacturing interests Are organising to protect their markets As they think and a loud cry a being heard throughout the land that under the president s dictatorship the United states will be flooded with cheap foreign goods with which highly paid american labor cannot compete Industry Bill next week will be devoted i Jas if the Roosevelt administration newest Bill for the regulation of Industry. The pro gramme requires 3.200 million dollars about c�0 million pounds for great Public works. The by is frankly designed to put the government into partnership with Indus try so that it May control production regulate hours of work stabilise wages eliminate Cut Throat Competition Duplica Tion and outlier Fetters to business. President Roosevelt in really demanding that a new Industrial Era be self produced. If it is not forthcoming then the presi Dent is preparing from sheer necessity to impose it. Distrust of Banks there still exist in the United Stales a great distrust of the banking system. The Senate banking committee this week Kave unanimous approval to very drastic provisions for new banking legislation. Its provisions practically guaranteeing payment of Bank deposits of 10,000 Dol Lars �2.000 or less and 50 to 75 Peri cent of larger deposits would be regarded j As extremely Radical in Normal times. To a Day they Are considered simply necessary. I faulty and reprehensible the american Public knew much of its Bank Structure to be. Yet the Niblic was deeply shocked by the Cool statement of the former i comptroller of currency or. Poole who told the Senate committee that de far actions by presidents of american Banks were so common that they were handled by i office As routine matters. Relief for Farmers j president Roose pit yesterday signed tee important farm Relief and inflation Bill which w designed to raise the prices of farm products and which gives the presi Dent extraordinary Powers. Immediately the Bill became jaw thou Sands of Farmers crowded into the Central in ire aus of numerous cities applying i to Ioan to earn them Over the Treasia Irnee. I the of Ive in Ideiil i issuing us to 2, Nii Jill my Laid about 400 million Pound in bends to take up farm mortgages j Iro tie Jurer ent ioder.-= and it ii nature them at 4 per no. to provide Money for new loan to banners. The Rui Meis May borrow no to dollars about �1,000 10 pay debt secure working capital for current crop and for redeeming foreclosures. Governor general to go to Sydney Melbourne. Saturday. Or. J. A. Isaacs solicitor of Auburn brother of the governor Genera. Sir Isaac Isaacs has re cover ii sufficiently from hip illness to enable sir Isaac to leave for Sydney Tomor Row. In i ii a c will receive the Comman Der of the Kiln capt. Schniewind on monday Snow sports it Buffalo National Park Victoria must Kiti Sci or Anu Cihil Aratine Winter sports. J events annual tour leaves Adelaide. Thursday. 20th july my incurs if fyr a flit is ? t i i first class tra Al sleeping Berti. And accommodation. J tickets and full information at j government tourist Bureau j King -villia3i Street cite. I Reid Brosor Timber Ijuin Ery write or free Dos 6. Prices. \ i 17 run Befi Street. . My . Of woe tue Bull Lou j knew tribal Kings retired banker 83 next tuesday i. W. K. Mallyon. Of Marka Ranto i Brighton a retired manager of the National Bank who will celebrate his eighty third birthday on tuesday lived hi6 Early life on Outback stations where he bad Many exciting and interesting experience. Or. Mallyon often camped on Marks Rando Flat. Devlin s Pound the round Flat Aud other centres on Rise North West Bend of tie River Murray. There were hundreds of natives about the country in the Early sixties he Eaid they had Large villages of Murlies and fleets of bark canoes. There were two recognised tribal Kurr. One was Kins Teenan Ibee. Whose Domi Nion extended from the lower Murray up to boso Zampko. Now known As Rama. The other was King copy Ogle. Whose territory began at Bogo Eam pro Aud extended up the River. King Teenan Ibee took a Niomi neut part in the murder of some Overlanderr. He took an Active part in building up the institutions in the seaport. He adopted architecture As a Hobby and prepared plan and specifications for 33 churches and balls. Among them were buildings at port Piri Solomon town Quorn. Edit Hurt. Saddleworth Peterborough and Streaky Bay. Wheat delegates hold private talks Geneva. Saturday. The four Power wheat conference will resume it formal sittings on monday. J meanwhile the delegates of Australia. Canada tie United states Aud the a i dentine Are havin private discussions. And their statisticians Are evolving fissures on which a wheat agreement might Bej based. Tie argentinian Delegate or. Brevik. Contrary to expectations. Said that he thought the limitation of product Jon would be tie Best Means of a Gelatin go exports. I to explain our body line views to suggested Board of control emissary London saturday. Ii act authorities Are urging that Abe should Send a representative with hit band experience of body one Bowling. Place Australia s Case on the body line question before the Public and the Vulikh i. Now obliged to Law its inesm a Orelj on the evidence of English Olayer managers and press reports. One authority said today the Board handled the Case very badly. Let it Send somebody to defend and explain the position it is Learned that there is not the slightest likelihood of the accepting the no Ball Rule which is regarded As an in practicable attempt to legislate for the spirit of the game and also throws an intolerable responsibility on the Umpire. Moreover there is considerable resent ment because the australian Board of control debated the Rule in Australia be fore inviting consideration by the j1.cjl., thus repeating the stand and deliver attitude shown with the original body Jine Bowling protest. If As probably is the Case the report of the . Is Adverse the . Will not be Content with flatly rejecting the Rule but will draft an alternative proposal in an attempt to meet australian Kobiec inns the no Ball Rule will also come before the Imperial Cricket conference on May 22. But a decision is Likely to be postponed until a later meeting. Outside views sought indicating the . S grave View of the body line crisis members of the committee Are now endeavouring to ascertain Public opinion and Are inter viewing leading personages not connected with Cricket whose views will be reported to the committee. Commentators emphasise that the . Is confronted with an awkward situation because it has already affirmed Ite Confidence in Jardine. If arguments Are advanced at Mon Day s meeting which oblige members to disapprove of body line Bowling it will involve the turning Down of the Captain. The daily Mirror Saye that at the moment it seems impossible for the . To solve the body line Bowling problem. ? obviously it cannot do anything amounting to an expresion of Lack of Confidence in Jardine the article. It must support him at All costs but if i does not meet the australians half Way the future tests will Hane in the balance. Women not worried about leg theory London. Slav 12. We Are not interested in silly body line Bowling or Jeg theory we play Cricket As it should a played i5d m is Pollard the assistant Secretary of women s Cricket association which May Send a team of women to Australia in 1934-5. She added that in View of the existing ill feeling a Friendly kit by women cricketers Oneha to improve sporting relations Between the two countries. Many players were anxious to to. The team would comprise 14 or 15 players a acc would pay their own expenses

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