Adelaide Sport in Adelaide, South-Australia
28 Nov 1924

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28 Nov 1924

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Adelaide Sport (Newspaper) - November 28, 1924, Adelaide, South AustraliaNational Library of Australia Golden West for 12 All tobacconists 12 for ? leading sporting House. Globe hotel mount Gambier. R. S. Mcmorron proprietor. Is Good accommodation. First class table. Hood stabling and motor garage. Best ales and spirits Solo. Hon mount Gambier 33. Ravel Liefl sportsmen to broken Hill Burra Marrabell. Railway hotel i 7 Saddleworth. James Allen proprietor. Good accommodation first class table. Noted House for wines and spirits Walkerville ales. Garage and stabling. Popular House of Call for sports. Newmarket commercial Road port Adelaide. Hotel h. K. Ryan proprietor lit Ald Gate hotel and commercial hotel Yar cow Eup to Date Saloon. Phone port 2210. Front bar Tom s Cov Ell s Exmouth hotel Saddleworth. Wines. Spirits. And Tom True to Label. Beer always Nice and Cool. Sports this h6yel specialises in catering. Guarantee it. Good stabling and Large garage. For your new premises or repairs of any description 0r0� a line to Shirlock Brothers of builders & contractors 95 George Street Norwood. Estimates Given. If wanting any car entering or building done drop a line to j. Langley Angas Road. Cottonville. Shop fronts and office fittings a speciality. The old Norwood footballer m. R. Plunkett Tudor Street Dulwich authorised plumber. Ga6fitter. Galvanised Iron worker. Estimates Given. For general House plumbing., phone Central 6325. Notice to racing and coursing men. Whelan s late of Thistle hotel Waymouth Street it now in Possession of the Selborne hotel Rie Street. Four Alcock s billiard tables. Haussen s and Walkerville ales on draught. Phone Central 912. Spain s commercial hotel mount Gambier. This has been the sporting Centre of mount Gambier for 27 years. All leading lines of wine ales and spirits kept. Ample accommodation. Good table motor garage. Loose boxes. James p. Spain. Proprietor. Phone mount Gambier no. 6. Cricket by sport University Glenelg Sturt. E. Torrens ports norths. Colts. Kensington w. Torrens Adelaide. . Grade list p. W. L. 3 3 d. P. 9 7 7 1 1 6 1 5 2 1 2 1 2 2 1 -2 1 -2 3 -3 for win outright 4 Points win in first innings 3 draw 1 each loss minus 1. Saturday s results. Colts for 391 declared and 4 for 73 Defeated norths 220. University 9 for 343 dec Defeated Kensington 204. E. Torrens 309, Defeated West Torrens 214 and 3 for 102. Ports 7 for 299, Defeated Adelaide 289. Sturts 392, Drew with Glenelg 9 for 273. Saturday s Best ances. Perform batting. J. T. Murray . D. Rundell Glenelg. H. J. Harden port. E. L. Bowley Kensington a. F. Pincombe Glenelg e. Mccarron Adelaide b. H. Bednall University not out. 148 132 116 75 67 53 51 Bowling. J. J. Barrett sturt5 for 79. A. Leaves West Torrens. 5 for 90. No. Williams port 6 for 104. The season s centuries in Adelaide a. J. Richardson . V. England november 7 to 11 =200 j. W. Rymill Kensington v. West Torrens october 18 165 a. J. Bartlett Sturt v. Glen 164elgnovember 15 j. To Murray East Torrens v. West Torrens 148 h. B. Willsmore Sturt v. Glenel november 15 133 p. D. Rundell Glenelg v. Sturt 132 h. B. Willsmore Sturt v. Port october 18 127 j. T. Murray . V. Victoria october 31 to november 6 126 v. Y. Richardson .-v. Victoria october 31 to november 6 12c d. E. Pritchard port in combined match october 116 h. J. Harden port v. Adelaide 11g r. J. B. Townsend Sturt v. Adelaide october 11 108 v. P. Selth Sturt v. Port october 18 106 w. S. Richardson Colts v. North november 15. L. T. Gun University v. Kensington .105 november 15. 104 e. M. Wetherill North v. East Torrens october 18 100 not out. Saturday s batting. Jack Murray 148, against West. Torrens Only served to emphasise the bad Luck this state suffers in its inability to have his services continually available for its first class games. At one time he got 30 runs in fifteen minutes and treated the Bowling mercilessly. He was at the creases for two hours and no less than 100 of his 148 were scored from Boundary shots. Percy Rundell signalized his entry into this season s contests with a Well made 132, without losing his wicket. He gave a Fine exhibition which evidences his great ability his partnership with Pincombe was a most useful one and in fact was really responsible for the Glenelg being Able to play Ian outrun time. Harden played a valuable Knock for the Porte in scoring 116. He i was at the wickets for 2 hours and 40 minutes. He placed the Ball with Fine judgment and made some Good forcing shots to All places in the Field while his running Between the wickets scored Many runs for i Side. Len Bowley played his Best innings for this season. He made 76 of Kensington against the University Bowling and appeared Well set when an up pish stroke in the slips lost him his wicket. Right from the opening of his innings he played confidently and hit out with a will. Right next to Post office. Criterion King William Street. Hotel c. A. Goldfinch proprietor. Late commercial hotel Jamestown. First class Saloon bar. Guarantee True to Label in All liquors. Phone 1149. First class Cricket. New South Wales v. England. Englishmen win. By three wickets. New South Wales. First innings. H. L. Collins ., b Tyldesley w. Bardsley c and b Tyldesley c. G. Macartney c Hendren b Tate t. J. Andrews b Tate. J. M. Taylor c. Kilner b. Tate a. Kippax c Kilner b Tate. J. M. Gregory c Hendren b Tate w. A. Oldfield c Hendren b Tate o. E. Nothing c Chapman b Tate j. D. Scott c Douglas b Tyldesley. A. A. Mailey not out sundries 160 0 0 51 0 12 total 271 0 for 18, Tate 7 for 74. Gilligan 0 for 46, Tyldesley 3 for 74. Kilner 0 for 52. Second innings. O. E. Nothing b Tate. A. A. Bailey st. Strudwick b Tate w. Bardsley st. Strudwick b Tyldesley h. L. Collins c Strudwick b Gilligan. C. G. Macartney b Tyldesley j. M. Taylor c Strudwick b Tyldesley 19 t. J. Andrews not out. A. Kippax b Tate j. M. Gregory c Gilligan b Tyl do slav w. A. Oldfield b Tyldesley j. D. Scott b Tyldesley. Sundries total 221 0 for 11. Tate 3 for 59, Gilligan 1 for 60, Tyldesley 6 for 83. England first innings. J. B. Hobbs c Gregory b Scott 8 h. Sutcliffe c Kippax b Gregory 17 a. Sandham c nothing. B Mailey 21 r. Kilner. C. Gregory b. Scott 2 e. Hendren not out. 75 j. W. H. T. Douglas c Gregory b Mailey 1 a. P. F. Chapman c Collins b Mailey 40 m. W. Fate. C. Kippax b. Mailey 13 a. E. R. Gilligan c Gregory b Macartney 5 r. Tyldesley b Gregory. 3 3 h. Strudwick thrown out. 3 sundries 8 total 193 2 for 46, Scott 2 for 37, Macartney 1 for 33, Mailey 4 for 55, nothing 0 for 14. Second innings. J. B. Hobbs c nothing b Scott h. Sutcliffe b Gregory. A., Sandham c Oldfield b Macartney r. Kilner. C and b nothing. E. Hendren b Mailey j. W. H. T. Douglas c Collins b Mailey. A. P. F. Chapman c Taylor b Mailey 72 m. W. Tate not out 15 a. E. R. Gilligan not out. 7 sundries 7 total for 7 wickets. 302 1 for 75. Scott 1 for 66, nothing 1 for 29, Mailey 3 for 94, Macartney 1 for 31. Sheffield shield Cricket. S. Australia v. Victoria. Match marred by rain. Victoria. First innings. E. R. Mayne run out 22 w. H. Ponsford b Grimmett 166 w. M. Woodfull run out. 28 4h. S. Love b Grimmett. 54 f. A. Tarrant c Palmer b Rich Ardson 34 h. L. Hendry ., b Wall. 6 a. E. V. Hartkoff c Walsh b s Wall 11 a. E. Lidd Cut c Harris b Grimmett 15 re. Keating c Palmer b Grimmett j. Ellis c Ambler b Gri Nimet. P. A. Wallace not out sundries 17 total 357 2 for 90, Palmer 0 for 50 a. Richardson 1 for 80, Grimmett 5 for 97, Wainwright 0,for 17. South Australia. First innings. A. Richardson c Woodful b Tarrant g. Harris b Lidd Cut n. A. Walsh c Ellis b Lidd Cut. 81 0 v. Richardson c Ellis b Keating 14 d. E. Pritchard c Mayne b Wallace a. V. 115 Grimmett c Mayne b Wallace 9 f. Gould c Hai Tokopf b Wallace 0 e. G. C. Wainwright b Tarrant 19 t. Wall st. Ellis b Hartkopf 8 a. Ambler not out 21 g. Palmer b Hartkopf 4 sundries 15 total 288 3 for 105, Lidd Cut 2 for 30, Tarrant 2 for 25, Hartkopf 2 for 4keating 1 for 22, Hendry 0 for 42. Second innings. A. Richardson c Tarrant b Hendry 25 g. Harris c and b Lidd Cut. 0 d. E. Pritchard c and b Wallace 55, v. Richardson c Ellis b Tarrant 28 n. A. Walsh ., b Hartkopf 14 e. G. C. Wainwright ., b Hartkopf 4 f. Gould not out 55 c. V. Grimmett c Ellis b Wal t. Wall c Lidd Cut b Tarrant 3 a. Ambler ., b Tarrant. 2 g. Palmer c Kenry b Lidd Cut sundries 7 total 202 2 for e8, Lidd Cut 2 for 18, Hondry 1 for 25 Hartkopf 2 for 37, Keating 0 for 8, Tarrant 3 for 49. Victoria. Second innings. E. R. Maine. Not out w. Ii. Ponsford. C v. Richardson b Wall w. H. Woodfull not out. Sundries total for 1 wicket. 1 for 5, for i. Grimmett 0 for 23, Ardson 0 for 30. 48 0 10 1 08 pal Nior 0 a. Eich these scores were those on the close of wednesday s play the latest available before going to press the great illusion disarmament. A Legal conveyance Black Maria. For boarding House fare dust and hashes. A Purdue is a person who knows too much evil. A Job for pussyfoot to abolish the party spirit. A bigamist is a Man who has More wives than brains. Dreamy the pictures we go to when we Are asleep. Railway Economy up with fares and Down with wages. Misery loves company but company does ii t love misery. A wealthy woman is never really wicked just wilful like. Some women Are partial to men others Are quite impartial. People who marry for fun deserve All that s coming to them. Silence is Golden it costs a lot at any rate if you have to buy it. Don t talk about a Man behind his Back. That s the place to kick him. Know thy child is the title of a recent movie. A sequel presumably to should woman Tell some women Are much too Young to stay married others Are much too married to stay Young. For for if bachelors were not flowed to associate with married men what a boost the marriage rate would get. Enthusiasm is contagious. Unless you happen to be courting a girl who is enthusiastic about some other Chap. The greatest study of Mankind is Man. Where woman is concerned a Little learning is a dangerous thing. Procrastination May be the thief of time. But there is no doubt about timidity being the chief of Opportunity. The Art that conceals heart the modern flapper s. Scientists 1 declare she has a heart if you can Only reach it. Easy divorce. Does it make a farce of marriage asks the Par which one the last or the next a keen desire and no capacity to enjoy the Good thin sri of life that s what makes these old snooker such dead Narks. -6 for to forgive May be divine hut to forget is human and a much better Way too. No one can forgive and remember. Getting a Man is easy. But to hold him is As hard As it is to show off a one piece bathing suit without getting Sunburst. O the jury in the Multan cause celebre have left it in doubt whether it was a Case of kidney disease or fatty degeneration. For wife not wrong in searching her husband s pockets rules a magistrate. As if it mattered. She d searched pm anyhow. Women s right the Microscopical minimum of clothes while Man is sweltering in a Rigour inherited from his cold country ancestors. The urgent need of the hour is apparently a revival of Trade. In other words the High Road to Prosperity is through the buy ways. On v i c t o r the Road to s e l l i c k s m x n k a l h a r b o r Emu hotel morphed i Vale h. W. Warren proprietor. All sports Stop Here for Best accommodation. Garage. Phone Morphett Vale no 5. A Good Cool drink first class table. Stabling. Married maxims. Love is an adventure marriage a misadventure. A Young wife is like the Promise of a Fine Day but the weather May change. When woman s dress becomes As exaggerated As her speech there will be something to talk about. A Man often runs after a married woman from whom he would run away were she single. Most women Are sufficiently clairvoyant to read their future in a Mirror. A Man and woman never Realise How Little they have in common till they appear to have everything in common a love affair always leaves a Man with something to think about. He � Lucky if it in t a wife. The woman who believes she has perfect features spends the most time renovating them. The More a wife craves sympathy the More the husband merits it. From engagement to marriage is stepping from the ten shilling tax to the four Penny Tram. Remember every Wise wife hates the husband who confesses. Children hold Man and wife together so does the � debt on the furniture. It takes two Ponien to make a big quarrel. The ingenuity of a woman in getting the Man she is Seq Ixia a Only by that of a Man getting Vid of the woman he no longer wants. Sentimentality supplies a reason to a woman and takes Are s Exchange hotel Hindle Street Adelaide w. A. Piper proprietor late Murray Bridge and Geo Beetown. Fine cosy saloons Large front bar highest Quality liquor fully stocked bottle department. Orders receive i ump attention. Telephone Central 279. Phone Central 871. Majestic hotel Licensee w. A o Donnell the Majestic hotel is Well known for its Superior accommodation. First class Saloon. An efficient Stag. All leading lines of wines and spirits. Under new management. Highbury hotel Highbury l. A. Wilson proprietor. Wishes to meet All old friends and new West end ales on draught and bottled All spirits True to Label. General Gordon hotel Hindmarsh Square. Charles a. Darwent proprietor. Late United service hotel and Chunga hotel. Up to Date accommodation and table. First class bar. A phone Central 2257. I �rl3s Jef

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