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Burnie Advocate (Newspaper) - July 18, 1936, Burnie, Tasmania National Library of Australia ipod Spring Al Damaro Yal for jumping double. I Hig Hardo s Handicap Chance. ,1 Silver reign s claim on two year old Arnford a Strong tip in Lambrook trial. J Melbourne Friday. J form in the Leamington hurdle and Godfrey Watson Steeple at Caulfield has often proved a reliable guide to the August . Jumping double and such May the Case to Morrow. " winners of the jumping races will not incur any penalty for the i australian hurdle or Steeple. In \ cold Spring was beaten in the outta Galla hurdle last week by the grand National Winner Pooley Bridge but May turn tic tables on this occasion. I Al dam Royal with previous experience Over the Caulfield fences is selected to win the Steeple and should safely hold Santa Gass. I particularly smart Fields will contest both races and the a spec v Tive winners will command respect at Caulfield next month. I r i Kuom Spring has Boen raised 81b. For a second in the outta Galla hurdle Jyh is 121b. More than when to won the Keilor hurdle at Klein Gion. Cold Spring might have beaten Lcy Bridge at Flemington had Moro m been made of his Paco and Light reicht. To is steadily improving Gix then Annas has shown his Best flu in Melbourne at Caulfield. no Tho Leamington hurdle last year Biro taking Tho australian hurdle go was successful in the Toola Bool Mille on Tho course last month. Sixt cedi Annas has 41b More to Morrow. Is disappointed in the grand National Pricilo but the Shorter distance will lint him. is inclined to hang out Jil if goes kindly for his new rider Lite Lacr to will take a lot of beating. Al unreliable. Brilliant son Cut up so badly in the Ifft Lonal that to docs not Appeal. ill unreliable but is a Good Galloper Rhen in the mood. A Eastern chief was going Well when Gell Over another horse in the trials dle at Flemington last week. hots 17lb., and although Tho company Patron or May a possibility pm Jaylim had every ? Chance when unplaced in the Keilor hurdle. Gas vision was fourth in that race and a improved by. The run but does so look like turning Tho tables on cold Wei Idali s prospects. 1 Duli won the Maiden hurdle impressively at Williamstown on june 27, and i War a promising fifth in the Keilor i hurdle when to was finishing on. Dah will meet cold Spring 141b. Better and ? promises to take a lot of beating 1 shape race was Only fourth in the i outta Galla hurdle and cold Spring i pm wild finish ahead of him again. Autiat was third to Pooley Bridge ind cold Spring at Williamstown on Lune 27, and May a possibility jul Trapho will find the distance too far. Has won on course. After successive wins in steeplechase �1 Mooney Valley and Caulfield last no Lith i dam Royal was going nicely or Hon hit a Fence and unseated his Ider in Tho grand National Steeple Piluso last week. Al dam Royal will it my the Caulfield fences As formed of. Although lie has 111b. More than Ticu lie won the Wanda steeplechase june 20. Finita Taxa won the grand National k Flechas by Superior stamina. Heni cd Well and will not troubled by Caulfield fences but the substantial Jot 181b. And the Shorter distance afr enable Al dam Royal to beat him. Linfa Casa meets Al dam Royal Only a. Worse than in the National. Should do better. Jrie Annoca who has won Over the caul Clil fences was going nicely in Tho Winda steeplechase when to was bad interfered with by a horse falling in front of him. should do a lot Bette to Morrow. has shown no form for a of in Imo. I Llo Ihla ran badly in the Footscray Steeple at Flemington hut won easily up open fences at Williamstown on lit if 27. Skodda docs not Liko Tho Irish. Llam Lenwood has a lot of Pace for a steeplechase a and jumps fairly. us Boon working so Well that has to in respected. A Bass Straits running his first Stace for months finished fourth in the Geelong steeplechase and Maysun Well. Yield disc has won Over hurdles in Psi company. is a newcomer to . His owner has Mon skis also engaged. Jinn Avgis fell in Tho grand National feel Eliase but was second to Wel i to in the Kensington steeplechase at Fleming Lon and is a possibility. As second to Al dam Royal in Tho Muda steeplechase last month a Manlius was third in that race but Pas been unplaced Throe times since. Jack experts opinions. Flemington if is to have a Chance Yllic australian hurdle Doh will need Jurii Well in Tho Leamington hurdle. I Bas done Well in his preparation and us relish his Light weight. For valor to has been racing consistently with i winning May Havo her turn in those your Oid. Looking Bright and full after his grand National Steeple ifs Victory Santa Casa Lins a Good acc in Tho Godfrey. Watson Steeple Ilse. The Forward running of lion tin at Flemington suggests that i hard to beat in the first division Hie trial. Trimon is easily Flam ton s Best in Tho second division Zebeard will to a popular fancy for welter. To has done Well Sinco last raced Lentone Hig Hardo has been galloping Ell this week that to must to petted in the Murru Beena Bandi. Brilliant son who has Defeated to gallops this week should very � to beat in the Leamington hurdle or a sign has not started Bince win s at Flemington on june 0, but has been kept up to the Mark in his k. Ile should show up in the two Oil. Perfect idea appears to ,.e Bright prospects in the second i f n Al the trial. Desert chief May b i to the Best bet from Mentone i m tining is firm. Ipsom Dornford appeals strongly in of Likely Winner of the first division Hine trial. To has finished strongly j is recent races Ami should to suit i cd by the distance. Lil Irenc is Well and should hard to Bent in the Wel Ter. It would not Surprise greatly if Santa Anita finished among the place i getters in the two year old. She i Loots in perfect condition and her track work has been satisfactory. Caulfield Plankton is in such Good form that it would not Surprise to Bee Bim win the Murru Beena Handicap. Sixteen Annas look s Caulfield s Best in Tho Leamington hurdle. Al Dania Royal was not Hurt by his fall in the National Steeple. To looks Well and ii a galloping and schooling this week have been pleasing. Daphane has a Good winning Chance in the second division of the trial. has done nicely since running second to. Muster Mot Loy at his last Start Over six furlongs at i i i Remington. Newspaper fancies for Caulfield. Kama look Al. Of. 3.30. The advocate by Tho vet Jack Horner cd Bay. Richardo. Cold Spring. 1 sixteen Annas 2 Dah. A Jain. Fire Kine Suliman Santa Casa. Al dam Royal Lancien. Desert chief demagogue. Baud skin. Sun photo Ria by Lochiel Richardo. 1 Lack Horner. 2 Gay Friar. 3 cold Spring. 1 sixteen Annas i Dali. 3 Silver reign. 1 fire Kins. " Acain. 3 Al Damn Royal. T Santa Casa. 2 ran coca. 3 Dornford. 1 rond Eletia. 2 1 Coster lad. 3 Trimon. 1. Rosaire. 3 fun Brooke. 2 the Herald. By Gav Friar. 1 Richardo. Jack Horner Beau Ham. 1 desert chief. 2 to Caco patrol. 3 Best win Planco bets. Of bust place Toio investments. The age. By Tasman Gay Friar. Jack Horner. Red Ray. Cold sprint sixteen Annas Brilliant son Silver Heirn a Ca in. Suliman. Al dam Royal Santa Casa. Ran coca. Coster lad Dornford. Rattrap. Gav Brooko. Perfect idea Othero. Desert chief Benn Ham. Macoco. The Argus by Doncaster lied Ray. 1 Jack Horner. 2 Gay Friar. 3 Dali. 1 sixteen Annas 2 cold Sprinc. 3 Silver Teicu Firo Kine. Borneo. 3 Al Tamaroy Santa Casa Mont Areis rond Eletia talk cute. Dornford. Trimon. Perfect idea Gav Brooko t i Beau Ham. Brite card. 3 i Poco patrol pre Post betting. Murru Beena Handicap. 2 1 a. Jack 3-1 Gay Friar Horner 6-1 ked Kay. 3 1 Hig Hardo Leamington hurdle. 7-4 car. Cold 7-2 Dah Spring 5-1 african 9-4 sixteen 5-1 Bayntun Annas 10-1 Eti Storn 7-2 Brilliant chief son Lillimur two year old. 5-2 a. Silver 7-1 Gay lot reign 8-1 Jet Otto 3-1 again 10-1 Patra 3-1 fire King 3 0-1 Bay Mino 5 Stillman 10-1 Sidcup 6 1 for valor 10-1 Oonah 7 1 lady Mauro Godfrey Watson Steeple Chase. 2 1 no. Santa g-1 Lancien Casa 7-1 character 5-2 Al Darna 8-1 Rodda Royal 8-1 Mont Areis 5-1 Bass Straits 10-1 Manlius Lambrook trial. First division. 3 1 a. Dorn 5-1 Coster lad Ford 5-1 Rattrap 3 1 Rondel Tia. G-1 Roaper second division. 0-4 a. Trimon 5-1 Dothoro 7-2 i Alphano 0-1 perfect idea 7-2 7-1 verbal 4 1 Rosairo Malvinia welter. 9-4 a. Beau fi-1 Alerta Ham i 8-1 Araunah 3 1 desert chief 8-1 Pasha 4 1 bin Dokin 8-1 bite again 5 1 demagogue 10-1 Che Landric 5-1 Peaco 10-1 Cyan Otis patrol 10-1 fearless i 5-1 Brit Beard. Imp scratchings. Melbourne Friday. Scratchings for the a a jumping double Are australian hurdle. The Shaughan Groy lash Sarno Spca Craft skywriter Fulham King Sims. Australian steeplechase. Grey lash skywriter. Bere Haven Leo Likely Adelaide double. Adelaide events will to decided at Cheltenham to mor Row when Tho port Adelaide racing club will conduct it Winter meeting Bere Haven who has revealed Good form in recent races is selected to win the principal event the Wimbledon Handicap. To Leo will difficult to Over haul in the Tenterden Handicap. Dup appeals in the Brush hurdle and lord Alfred May make amends for recent failures in Tho first division of the by Ocas High weight. Brave lad and Amalfi lass look a Likely pair to Provido a Good finish to the Sambula Handicap. Selections. The the Herald. St. Clair Brush hurdle 1.20. Adup.1 adup.1 masako.2 Musale o2 tolraf.3 Toliaf. 3 Sambula Handicap 1.55. Brave lad. 1 Brave lad. 2 fanciful. 2 Amalfi lass. 2 Irish jewel. 3 mcnsahib.3 1 Glen eagles Steeple 2.25. Bounty Silver. 1 King Ridge. 1 King Ridge. 2 Bounty Silver. 2 Rafatol. 3 Molanus. 3 Wimbledon Handicap 3.0. Bere Haven. 1 Bere Haven. .1 night opera. 2 isosceles. .2 suljane.3 Mil Thias. 3 Brocas High weight. First division 3 35. Montesino. 1 lord Alfred. 1 glorify.2 Anton Grange. 2 lord Alfred. 3 hilarity.3 second division 4.10. Djedda.1 duranta.1 triffett.2 djedda.2 Moom Barra. 3 Moom Barra. 3 tent Eden Handicap 4as. Shipmate.1 Leo.1 Leo.2 Petunia Park. 2 fur Seal. 3 fur Seal. 3 acceptances appeared in wednes Day s Fields for Caulfield this afternoon following arc the candidates engaged at Caulfield this afternoon showing where they have finished at their last three starts during the past three months. In addition Barrier positions and probable riders Are Given 1 2 cold sining 8l. Healey. 10 0 3 3 african 0j. Dillon. 10 3 1 Ufi Murru Beena Handi i us Cap. One mile and a half. 1 1 5 Hig Hardo 4t. Webster. 0 2 1 g 1 Jack Horner 3h. Skid Moro. S 12 i �12 red Ray 2. A. Bras lev. S 5 0 0 2 Gay Friar 5. N. Percival. 7 a 2 1 Plankton pc. Elliot 74 3 5 1 Dusky native 1t. Meager. 7 0 Send heat first. 2 q Leamington two Miles one Furlong and 05 Yards. 15 sixteen Annas 2. J. Maher la 10 0 2 0 Brilliant son lad. M rae.10 9 eng 05 2 0 Eastern chief 3a. Ful 9 11 0 7 6 Bayntun 10 ,., 9 10 0 0 4 revision 4t. Dynon 97 5 5 4 Rob m Reid 9b. Sulli van.9.5 6 2 2 King s Warden 5j. O Mara. 9 5 5 1 5 dab 1a. Armsdon. 4. 2 0 4 Capo race 12j. Martin .94 4 0 0 sapho 71. A. 2 5 0 3 mar text 13s. Carroll. 0 2 9 go Lillimur furlongs. C 1 Silver reign 14t. Web Ster. 9 0 0 2 4 for valor Lah. Skidmore 8 10 0 7 lady Mauro 10k. Vitro s 10 g 7 g Gay lot 8k. Bracken. 8 7 13 2 Petotte 3l. Franois. S i 0 g 1 again 5w. Elliot. 8 1 g 3 1 fire King of. Do Valle. 7 13 5 Borneo 0a. Heed. -. 7 13 0 g 3 Patra 13j. O Brien. 7 12 090 Santa Anita . Preston 7 la 2 2 Bay mint ins. Martin. 7 10 0g0 Sweet image 1h. Mor Ris. 7 9 g 1 5 Pennock 4 7 8 pan opeus 17. H. Olsen. 7 7 0 0 Blue sky 2d. M Lachlan 7 5 0 7 1 Suliman 18n. Percival. 7 5 10 6 Illawarra 20s. Tomison 7 5 0 4 0 Sidcup 12. 7 5 0 0 Coniston 15a. Ayres 73 5 3 3 Oonah 19l. Harrison 70 3.0 Godfrey Watson Steeple. About two Miles and three furlongs. 1 5 0 Al dam Royal 8j. Maher 10 13 10 0 Lancien 0a. Fullarton. 10 7 2 3 1 Santa Casa 5j. Regan .10 5 10 0 character 12f. Douglas. 10 5 0 14 Rodda 13a. Armsden. 10 i 7 2 4 Puiul Erwind fill. 12 2 n n actaeon 2. J. M Mahon. Al 2 4 i Ifield Kiso to. D. M Rao. 9, a lass Straits 7. J. O Hara o 3 2 0 Montai Gin 15to Dynon. 0 0 Crodelle 14. 0 4 0 0 Man bus 14. T. Sync is. Al 0 7 0 sea Hawes 1. 0 0 0 David s legacy Mun a. 0 Xmas gift la Jav Grierson 0 3 35 Lambrook trial. " apprentice riders one Milo. First division. 1 2 3 reaper 2f. Duncan. 9 12 2 Dornford 8c. Coad. S la 5 3 0 Coster Lac 7g. Bagley. 8 0 0 Tackette Lal. Coot. ,. 8 7 0 0 5 Rondelein 5l. Harrison s 0 3 7 Anitro 3. 8 2 1 j � a tiap i1 a Mornement s 01 2 a soy 0h. Murray. 7 12 1 3 lady boo Yong 10s. Bur Goyne. 7 la 2 3 Glen Lonan 07 to 0 0 glop an 12a. Bennett v 7 7 0 0 last thrice 4g. West 7. 0 410 second division. 4 i 5 othere 0a o Brien. S 13 1 1 2 Trimon 1j. Parr. 8 la 2 12 Gay Brooko 2h. Smith. 8 7 3 4 perfect idea 7l. Harri son. 8 cd 2 4 3 verbal la. 8 3 2 0 1 Rosaire 12b. M Gregor. S 2 Indian runner 10h. Mornement. 7 13 0 3 2 Daphane Law. Smart. 7 12 4 3 2 Ann s double 4 a. Ben Nett. 7 10 steel Spear 5 7 0 1 volgar so. Frnncis. 7 7 0 3 Swenstead 3molloy. 7 4 Malvina welter. Eight and a halt furlongs. 4.40 2 6 0 Araunah Lak. Voiture. 0 12 1 0 Pasha 8h. Morris. Al 0 6 15 Bea Dekin 12to. Baxter. 9 4 too bite again 15t. Webster 9 2 5 0 0 Che Landric Ala. Reed 90 7 0 1 boat Ham 9s. Martin. 8 13 2 0 4 desert chief 1a. Didham 8 12 0 7 5 demagogue 7f. Do Valle 8 9 5 5 2 peace patrol 0f. Bine Ham. 8 9 0 2 3 Alerta 14j. Parr. 8 9 Cyanosis 10e. Clarke 80 0 6 fearless Imp 3h. Skid More. 8 8 2 0 3 Brite Board 13h. Smith. 8 8 5 0 0 Waltzing Nellie 16in Bracken. ,. 8 6 4 3 6 who inside. . Preston 8 5 3 0 Lilii Cne 4to. Lewis. 8 4 Zaouk Centre winning the first division of the Macedon plate at Mooney Valley from Hardwood outside and the Arab. Ser Lodi for chief Sydney race. Sydney Friday. Ser Lodi who recently raced in Melbourne has been working Well since his arrival in Sydney and Tho King s cup Winner will to hard to defeat in the weak Field in the Canterbury Park Handicap the principal event at Canterbury Park to Morrow. Battle play who also was in Mel Bourne in the autumn with grand Mogul looks the Winner of the Brush hurdle. Earl Ron May to the Best bet of the Day in Tho juvenile Handicap. Selections. The the Brush hurdle 12.55 Battle play. 1 Battlo play. 1 Ollun. 2 Ollun. 2 Nap acro. 3 alleviate Maiden Handicap ? first division 1.30 Sancta.1 our Promise. 1 Aerial Post. 2 Tho Caliph. 2 Ca Weera. 3 Sancta. 3 second division 2.0 syntax 1 pistol shot 1 eve 2 eve. 2 pistol shot. 3 Cadmus. 3 juvenile Handicap 2.30 nomad.1 Earl Sun. 1 Bull ant. 2 Bull ant. 2 Tingle Joy. 3 water Wagon. 3 flying welter. First division 3.0 Orion orb. 1 polonaise. 1 to Ponasso. 2 Orient orb. 2 Norman Conn St 3 Cognac. 3 Canterbury Handicap 3.30 col Star. .1 ser Lodi. .3 Neamour. 2 tapestry. 2 tapestry. 3 Neamour. 3 flying. division 4.0 Pover Idalo. 1 Povur Idalo. 1 now tip. 2 new tip. 2 Ramses. ?. 3 medallist. 3 Ashbury Handicap 4.30 Gipsy chief. 1 prowler. 1 Lynford. .2 confab.2 prowler. 3 head boy. .3 acceptances appeared in yesterday s King s horse wins. London thursday. King i Ward s horse Feola Starling favorite at 0 to 4 against won the Midsummer stakes at Newmarket to Day. When Tho news of Tho London Inci Dent reached the course it caused a great display of affection for his majesty and when. Fox had Tho race in hand Tho cheering commenced and continued until the winning Post was reached. Off to India. Percival s decision. Melbourne Friday. N. Percival who has won More cups than any lightweight rider in Victoria has decided to accept an engagement to ride in India for Tho former australian Trainer ales Higgins. I have Many friends with horses engaged at Spring meetings so i will delay my departure until after the Mel Bourne cup is run said Percival to Day. Percival will reach Calcutta in time for Tho King emperor s cup and the Viceroy cup. recently received an offer to ride to South Australia. Trotting. Elphin prospects. Loden has Chance. Huia Derby fancied. By coast horses should gain a share of the prize Money offered by Tho Danbury Park club which will hold its last meeting for Tho season acc Elphin this afternoon. Tho Ormiston Handicap should pro vide n stirring finish and two selected to to prominent Are Huia Derby and Cole s Hope. Both have been perform ing Well and Are sure to give a Good account of themselves. Loden is a possibility for the trial Handicap the opening event and most danger May come from Hoy Pointer. Leander reads like the Winner of the Cleghorn Handicap in which Huon Luis a Strong tip. Dub Luja should not unduly troubled to win the Launceston Handicap in which sprang should run Well. Derby Doone and Nevada stand out As the Best bets in the Danbury Park mile. Selections. Trial Handicap 2.10 Loden or Hoy Pointer. Cleghorn Handicap. 2.50 Leander or Huon la. Ormiston Handicap 3.30 Huia Derby or Cole s Hope. Launceston Handicap 4.10 dub Luja or Serang. Danbury Park mile 4.50 Derby Doone or Nevada. Newspaper fancies. Points allotted on the selection of the Melbourne daily newspapers. Points for win 3, second 2, third 3. In Csc Horner s. Gay Frier 8, Richardo 4, red Ray 4. Sixteen Annas 9, cold Spring 9, Dali 5. Silver reign 32, fire King 5, again 5.1 Al dam Royal 12, Santa Casas ran coca 2, rond Eletia a Dornford 7, Coster lad c. Trimon i Gay Brooke 0, Rosaire 4, perfect idea 4. Beau Ham la desert chief 5. Dema Gogue 2, peace Patroi 2, Brit Beard 2, Alerta 2. Sorell club. Home Bob s Chance. Regal son May win. Hobart Friday. Good Fields arc assured for Tho Sorell club s meeting at Brighton to Morrow. Many Well known per formers Aro engaged and several last Start winners Are among the candidates. Sydney Bridge should prominent at Tho finish of the Sorell plate run Over a Milo and a Quarter and lord o Neill is another expected to to prominent. Tho mule and Black Globe Are also possibilities. Regal son appeals As the Likely win Ner of the trial stakes most opposition coming from Judy Pointer and Comet. Poggy Pedro should prove a profitable investment in Tho Sorell purse and revenge May return to the winning list in the Brighton purse. Winn Darling and far. West look the pick of Tho second division of the plate Field. Selections. Trial stakes 2.15 regal son or Comet. Sorell purse 2.50 Peggy Pedro or Belle Roberts Sorell Plato. First division 310 Sydney Bridge or the mule. Brighton purse 4.5 revenge or Peter Pedro. Sorell plate. Second division 4.15 Winn Darling or far West. Rifle shooting. South Africa win cup. London Thurnby. At Bisley to Day South Africa won the Mackinnon cup with a total of 10s2 Points. Can Ada was second with 1012. Wynyard club. Several member of Tho Wynyard Rifle club contested a club Handicap with Cash prizes added last saturday afternoon. Tho conditions were a double shoot Over 300 Yards with oin. Bulls. The atmosphere Ivas very Shorp with a changeable Crosswind. A new shooter w. N. Webb was Tho win Ner. The Cash prize was also won by Webb followed by j. Barker and j. P o Neill. _ 1st 2nd to w. H. Webb. 28 20 12 00 j. Barker. 31 29 5 05 j. P. O Neill. 24 31 10 04 h. L. Fraser. 31 30 2 03 h. Butler. 20 27 8 61 s. Carson. 27 20 4 60 exceeded quota. Tennis. Perry Downs Grant. London thursday. Played at Eastbourne to Day an Anglo american practice match under Davis cup conditions resulted p. Perry d. B. Grant 7-5, 0-6, 0-4, Budge d. H. Austin 2-6, 6-0, 7-5, 9-7. Perry s future. Tour of the world. London thursday. Tho daily chronicle states that Fred Perry in tends to make a nine months tour of the world after Tho Davis cup. Perry will take part in the american championships and will then visit Honolulu new zealand Australia the dutch East indies Japan and China before turning Home. I Golf. Whitcombe Success. Wins Irish open. Dublin thursday. A. A. Whit Combe with a total of 281 won Tho Irish open Golf championship to Day. W. La Davies with 2s. A was second und w. J. Locke the South african was third with 2s7. Ulverstone club. Associates. The Ulverstone associates played stableford Competition of wednesday when the Best scores handed in were score to. Mrs. 20 81-3 281-3 miss m. Devlin. 10 is 1-3 281-3 miss m. Ayling. 3 24 27 next wednesday the associates will commence their championship. This will consist of two qualifying rounds Tho first eight to qualify for match play. The draw is miss House v. Mrs. How mrs. Henry v. Mrs. Gibson miss c. Wall v. Miss m. Marshall mrs. Copeland v. Miss Simpson mrs. Hobbs v. Mrs. Goodwin mrs. Drake v. Miss Andrews miss m. Devlin v. Mrs. Bartram mrs. Marshall v. Mrs. Ayling mrs. Tucker v. Miss Ayling mrs. Colhoun y. Miss Blackett. The Fannon cup. The final for this event was played during the week Over 27 Holcmb when miss House 5 and 4, d. Miss Noack 0. Stanley club. Associates. On wednesday an in Hole stroke com petition avas held. Best cards returned mrs. Mollison. 110 34 70 mrs. Wells.10 32 77 mrs. Medling. 118. 39 79 miss p. Laughton was. The Winner of the monthly spoon donated by mrs. Wells. Mrs. Medling was Tho runner up. Smithton club. Associates following is the result of a Competition played for a Silver spoon nine holes stroke by Tho Smithton associates g h in miss d. Goodrick. 52 24 28 miss Addison _. Mrs. M. B. Leo mrs. C. P. or. R. J. Veale miss. B. Loo airs. E. R. Button mrs. R. Wilkins 00 34 35 47 la 30 03 21 42 05. 22 43 60 17 43 of 24 44 05 21 44 i football. To Day s teams. Coo co v. Ridgley it Wivenhoe. Cooee from Alf. Muir j. Lonc r. Billing alb. Cobbing Art. Cobbing t. Wise Man p. Lucas c. Go Ninon a. Paske m. Beach. D. Pegus. P. Summers v. Brumby d. Hill r. Foxhall c. Rigney w. Summers l. Iago and p. Saunders. Ridgley from h. Burley capt. Heald m. Gillam Burley 2radford 3b. Saltmarsh j. Bramich a. Davey Bligh 2a. Poke k. Erlinga. Smith a. Haywood Lamprey 2. L. Town Send to. Lacey h. Hornick g. Craw Ford a Nolan c. Coppin and j. Terry. Old scholars v. Somerset at Somer set. Old scholars from a. Jacobs a. Blackwood g. Hope. D. Ritchie. H. Apted s. Horton 0. Horion. R. M cod. C. Boyles j. Gregory. E. M Grath. C. Stokes r. Spinks b. Tevelein. G. Hux Ley r. Clarke ii. Peart v. Crowe j. Waterhouse j. Bent and l. Batt. Kimberley Robins v. Beulah at Beu Lah. Kimberley from r. Knowles capita Taylor Bloomfield 2bell Chambers 2t. Gaffney r. Emms s. Woodcock b. Knowles h. Wyatt it. Gossage Gleeson sin. Poole n. Jack son n. Knowles j. White t. Bramich m. Knowles and m. White. Boxing. Clarke s fifth win. Melbourne. Friday. In the Sec Ond round snowy Clarke West australian Champion won his hath successive fight in Melbourne at Tho Fitzroy stadium to night with a Straig it left that shot dal Costa s.12 now South Wales Bantam Champion full length into the air. Costa crashed on his head and Mas carried insensible to Iii Corner. was never Given a Chance to get within striking Range of Clarke. Cycling. Circular head club. I Tho following Are Tho handicaps for the circular head club s-20-mile Road Ace to Day c. Innes 1.10 ii. 1�. Harnes 3.30 g. S. Beattie 2.10 m. M Innes 2.15 a. Beattie 2.20 i. ,. Whitehouse 2.30 s. Aitken 3.0 l. M. Boote 3.35 a Leo 3.45 in Beattie 4.25 v. Purdy 4.25 it. Weedon 4.55 g. Ling 5.5 k. Hazlewood. 5.15 t. Innes 6.5 d. White 0.55.-h. Miller handicapper. Pilot fined �30. Drove while under influence Melbourne Friday. Kenneth Morton Frewin chief Pilot of Holyman s airways Ltd was fined the maximum ot\�30, with �2/15/ Coats and had his driving License conceited at the Cit court to Day when lie was convicted i having drive a car in Collins Street on Hie night of duly Al while under Tho in Luence of liquor. The magistrate or. M can . Stated that the Case was so bad that the Bench had considered ordering a term of imprisonment. Police evidence was that Frewin had collided with a Tram and another car within a space of half a mile in Collins erect on Tho night was arrested Ila was chased by police in a car mid when taken from his car was so drunk Thal lie could not stand without support. Por Frewin it was stated was on the Virgo of a nervous breakdown caused by Hying 1000 Milos a Day and also the fact that had had Only live weeks Holiday and an occasional Day off in Tho past three years. Frewin in evidence said had two glasses of whisky on the any in ques Tion. To was suffering from air Neu Rosis England s test Tea to announced at week end. Trial match unearthed some promising players. Stephenson Gover and Hardstaff May included. London Friday. The players v. Gentlemen match was resumed at lord s to Day when further startling incidents were recorded and several very promising players were unearthed. A. R. Gover 6 for 41 and w. Copson 4 for 29 wrecked the gentlemen in their first innings but when the players opened the first three batsmen fell very cheaply. Hammond 72 and Hardstaff 69 came to the Rescue however and by Brilliant batting enabled their Side to finish the innings with an advantage of 64 runs. It was in this innings that w. A. Stephenson Essex created the sensation of the match by dismissing nine batsmen for 45, off sixteen overs including six Maidens. His victims included Ham mond Gimblett Leyland Hardstaff Gover and Verity All of whom have Strong chances for inclusion in England s test team. Tho gentlemen Nenin met with carly1 disaster in their second innings losing four wic Kotb for 49. Buforo play was commenced this morning Tho heavy roller was applied to Tho wicket hut Tho pitch appeared to up lifeless. Despite n chantre in Tho batting order of the amateurs they wore unable to master the Bowling of Tho players and their first 36 runs occupied an hour. Tho spinners apparently received Moro Benefit from Tho condition of Tho pitch to Day than Tho fast trundles who were so successful yesterday. Tho special representative of the australian associated press states that apart from those who Aro considered certainties cricketers who have Dono their australian chances most Good by play in Tho test trial match Aro a. B. Gover w. A. Stephenson and a. Hard staff. Tho lord s wicket so completely fulfils Marylebone s preference for sporting naturalness that nobody now Adays knows How it is going to play. The Bowling performances must to treated with circumspection in relation to australian conditions. Nevertheless Tho Effort of Tho dark moustached 28 year old Stephenson was of outstanding Merit. is about Allen s build bowls and Fields with such burning Nerev is often a source of amusement to his Essex team mates whom to told if enthusiasm is a crime i am Cricket s greatest Stephenson is equally As keen As a j Soldier and is the Fyne who would inevitably to Tho first killed in any War. The australian associated press under stands that the War office will Grant leave if is chosen for Tho tour on which his infectious ardor is Likely to popular. There is also Moro practical asset in his Good length than his ability to turn both ways. His attack in some respects resembles Tato s. To is usually employed As first change rather than a now Bull Bowler which is perhaps because Essex has a. Fast Bowling Battery. Stephenson docs not appear current list of averages but is considered an excellent Type for the tour. Messes. Warner. Perrin mid Higson had a Long meeting at lords and Holmes was called in presumably for advice regarding Tho Surrey Ennd Datos but. No names wore announced. The Mutch is also a trial for wicket keepers. The fact that Duckworth was not chosen for lord s indicates that to certainly holds Tho first position but there is keen Competition for second place notably Between m Corkell and Lovett. The latter is an Amateur who has Dono excellently for Kent during Ames Long absence. There is Little to choose Between their work to Day but m Corroll normally is a Botter batsman. It is understood that if Warner is manager to will Havo supreme control off Tho Field As Marylebone is. Not anxious to repent the much criticised i dualism on previous Tours. The daily Telegraph learns that the team for Australia will not to announced until Tho week end but Stephenson Hardstaff. Fishlock and Gover May to a dded to the list. Stephenson will not to in Tho least handicapped by an night Hall Over. Howard Marshall commenting in Tho Telegraph emphasises Tho Linc so of Stephenson s performance his Vic Tims including Hammond Leyland. Gimblett. Binfield and m Corkell. Which is a Rich bag. His second Snell yielded i for 27. To took Tho last five wickets in 24 balls it n Cost of to singles. Gover also bowled remarkably Well. The times " cricketing writer scribes Stephenson As the teat Man of Tho match who dared break Tho Back of England s most stubborn batting. Nevertheless Gimblett is every Inch an opening batsman who temporarily could not find to Chance of forcing the game. Hammond was impressive in his grand manner. 1scores gentlemen. First innings i r. E. S. Wyatt b a. It. Cover. 0 a. Melville o h. Verity b w. Cop son. 1 m. Turnbull c h. Gimblett b a. R. G Over. ,. 4 t. N. Pearce b a. R. G Over. 1 n. S. Mitchell Innes Lbw b a. R. Gover. 3 g. O. B. Allen Lbw b w. Copson 3 i. A. T. Holmes b a. R. Gover 30 v. R. Brown w. Copson b a. R. Gover. So w. A. Stephenson b a. R. Gover 0 w. H. V. Levett not out. 9 k. Farnes b w. Copson. 5 extras byes 4, leg byes 0 10 total.130 Bowling a. R. Gover 6 for 41 w. Copson 4 for 29 h. Verity 0 for 35 r. A. Binfield 0 for 15. Second innings. A s. Mitchell Innes w. Copson b r. A. Sinfield. 19g. O. B. Allon c w. Copson. I w. R. Hammond. 13 m. Turnbull Lbw. B h. Verity. 1 r. E. S. Wyatt c w. R. Hammond. B r. A. Sinfield. 4 t. K. Pearce not out. 3. R. T. Holmes not out. 7 extras. 2 total for 4 wits la players. First innings. H. Gimbi Ott and b w. A. Stephen son. 3 c. J. Barnett w. H. V. Levett by. O. B. Allen. 0 m. Leyland b w. A. Stephenson 0 w. R. Hammond b w. R. Stephen son. 72 j. Hardstaff c t. N. Pearce b w. A. Stephenson. 00 0. Fishlock not out ,21 r. A. Sinfield Lbw b w. A. Stephen no m Norkoli b w. X. Stephenson 0 h. Verity b w. A. Stephenson 2 r. A. Gover w. H. V. Levett b w. A. Stephenson. 3 w. Copson b w. A. Stephenson 8 extras byes 14, leg byes 2 ,\10 Bowling g. O. B. Allen 1 Fin 40 k. Fames 0 for 43 w. A. Stephenson 9 for 40 f. R. Brown 0 for 37 r. E. S. Wyatt 0 for 0. Better Burn Sci Quality the better burning Quality is the result of corp of research and an exclusive and secret process of manufacture by special highly technical machinery. Cigarette papers Strong and dependable Roll easily and guarantee you a clean fresh smoke. 3 varieties superfine Rice gummed Rice a gummed ant Ach s have on display Ariel and Levis motorcycles England s two leading bikes flying Star cycles the dependable and economical Cycle. Pc i q obtainable Luis Siroma vacuum cleaners from �11/10/ made by the British Thomson Houston co prams sturdy under Carriage and beautifully upholstered. �4/15/ All Cycle and motor Cycle accessories stocked. The Cycle Corner Devonport. Indians Lead on first innings. Lancashire compiles 234 in reply. London thursday replying to to indians first innings total of 271, compiled it. Liverpool yesterday Lanen Sli Iru was to Day dismissed for ii or 37 runs in arrears. Lancashire s principal contributors Ere Kutter i not out and Wash Brook 52. Roth batted attractively driving with great Force and scoring from Well placed shots on both sides of the pitch. J Century makers in the county fix Tures were if. H. T. H. Gibbons and l. F. Townsend. Gibbons compiled 114 not out. For Worcestershire against Gloucestershire while Townsend contributed 115 out of a total of 2 58 for Derbyshire against. Kent at Bierton on frent k. Wilmot Surrey recorded the Best Bowling figures by capturing seven for 34 against Warwickshire at the Oval. W. F. Ashill Leicestershire and v. F Jackson Worcestershire both finished with six for 43. Stumps scores were Lancashire 234 Washbrook 52, nut Ter 4 not out v. All India 271 and 101 merchant 77 not out Hopwood 5 for 40. Derbyshire 208 Townsend is and f0 without loss v. Kent 184 Woolley us a. L Ope 5 for 43. Northamptonshire 208 Jupp 75nottinghamshire 43 for two. Warwickshire 203 Watt 5 for 51 and 30 for two v. Surrey 154 w Mur Ray �7 Wilmot 7 for 34. Yorkshire 192 a till 8 for 43to Leicestershire 43 for five. Sussex 108 Cook 5g Mercer 4 for 25, Recd 4 for 57v. Glamorgan 227 and 68 for three. Worcestershire 249 Gibbons 114 not out and 35 for one a Gloucestershire 134 Jackson 6 for 43 amusements. Majestic Devonport. I Bing Crosby As Dixie s fiercest fighter and sweetest Singer Heads Tho comedy singing and romantic cast of i a rainout s which will to shown at the Majestic theatre Devonport this afternoon to night and on monday. Mississippi stars Crosby with Yvo. C. Kidds and Joan Bennett while Eucenio Smith John Miljan Gail Patrick and the Cabin acids Are prominently featured in the supporting cast. Tho plot revolves about a youth unfamiliar with the ways of Tho old South who declines to fight a Duel fur his sweetheart s hand. Branded As a Coward to finds Refuge with old com Moore Jackson s troupe of actors As a singing attraction. Under the commo Dore s Tutelage becomes the most feared gun tighter on the River and just As is about to return to the girl finds that to a in love with another who detests duelling and is forced to undo his reputation again. The sup porting feature the clock Striko Kight is a new Type of College tory Ono that does not depend on musical comedy of football for entertainment. A i Opeyo the Sailor cartoon and British news will Complete the pro i gramme. No Moke ladies at Ulver Stone. A Brilliant Picl urination of a famous stage play will shown at Tho Ulver Stone town Hall this afternoon and to night when no More ladies metro Goldwyn Mayer s new production Star ring Joan Crawford and Kobert Mont Gomery will presented. With miss Crawford East As a Beautiful Young modern and Montgomery As a Charm ing Lothario the picture is Sot against lavish new York and Wesl Clie Tor county backgrounds. Closely follow ing the play in theme it is a penetrating study told with inns Isible humor of the problems of a 1030 wife who suspects her husband of unfaithfulness. Along with the co stars a graciously cast is Tho array of Talent implicit Iii such featured players As Charlie Ruggles Franchot tone Edna May Oli ver Gail Patrick and Reginald Denny. The supporting programme includes the screen s greatest munsters Laurel and Hardy in tit for Tat a coloured musical revue memories and Melo Dies a cartoon in color Ohi Neso Nightingale a oddity Basket Ball technique and an overseas news. The entire programme will screened shortly at Devonport Latrobe and Del Oraine. Capitol. Latrobe to night. With Shirley Temple Adolphe Mon Jou Dorothy Dell and Charles Bickford playing the principal roles Little miss Marker will shown at the Capitol theatre Latrobe to night. Tho film was directed by Alexander Hall and in addition to the above feature players has a supporting cast including Lynno Overman Jack Sheehan Frank m Glynn Sam Hardy Warren Hymer and Crawford Kent. The Story deals with a new Type of screen character Tho Broadway bookmaker who does t make books but who bets on hours races and who never goes to Rares. Early in the film a Little girl blonde curly headed and five years of age. Is left with a Grouchy selfish bookmaker As Security for a race bet. The Book makers begin playing nursemaid to Tho tiny Tot and before Long she has Learned their rough ways mid is talking their crude language. An unusual and very dramatic finale is reached when they attempt to win Back her innocent Failli s under the Tonto Kim starring Stuart Erwin Raymond hat ton and a big cast is the supporting feature and a sports item. Horse Power and australian news will com plete the programme. town Hall to Njohn. Tho Mun who broke Tho Bank at Monte Carlo which will the featured attraction at the Deloraine town Hall to night Lins for its Lar Ronald Colman. It tells of an impoverished Russia Prince who gambles his Sav Ings and those of his fellow expatriates at Monte Carlo and wins 10.000.oon francs breaking the Bank. divides half of his winnings among his friends and then lines Tho rest to pursue Joan Bennett with whom has fallen in love. Although hired to lure him Hack to the gambling tables she Falls in love with her intended victim. The sup porting feature. Charlie Chan in Lon Don stars the Ever popular Warner gland. An overseas news and Shore subject will Complete the programme. Tattersall s 52nd consultant in expected to close next week. Monaghan s Lucky Agency Lin i Ano Street Launceston advises that tatter Salt s wild consultation is expected i \ till about july 21. Monaghan is an accredited Agency licensed by the government and issues share ticket for 1/3, which gives holders a Chanco to win �2,400-other prize proportion ate. Tho Agency issues free ticket to anyone sending for Eigl a any con

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