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The Sydney Morning Herald, Tuesday, Jan. 16, 1962 LAYER TRIUMPHS OVER WEARY EMERSON IN AUST. TITLE CHAMPION WAS "ON THE BALL" ft By ALAN CLARKSON Rod Laver left no doubt that he is the best amateur in the world in winning: the Australian singles championship at White City yesterday. Laver climaxed a brilliant season when he took 108 minutes to beat defending champion Roy Emerson in four sets, 8-6, 0-6, 6-4, 6-4, to win the title for the second time in three years. It was a fitting climax to a most successful season for Laver, but a bitter disappointment for Emerson. Without detracting from Laver's grand performance, Emerson was nowhere near the peak physical fitness he would have liked. He has taken a tennis battering over the last 48 hours, and from the start of the third set it was obvious he was too tired to with stand the Laver onslaught CASUAL LAVER EXCELS by ADRIAN QU1ST Casual Rod Laver'i ex Inordinary capacity for the unexpected enabled him to beat Roy Emerson in the Australian singles final yesterday. In the first set, Emerson led 6-5 and 15-40 on Laver's service, but Laver unleashed two powerful deliveries which hit within two inches of the service line and were virtually unplayable. He held service and then broke Emerson's delivery with a series of vicious over-spinning drives. Laver went on to win the set, 8-6, but then immediately proceeded to lose the next seven games in a row. Admittedly, Emerson increased the pressure of his service and his fantastic ability to cover the court and retrieve seemingly impossible shots gave him many unexpected points. UNEXPECTED Laver retaliated in the third set by knocking three magnificent backhands past Emerson to lead 3-1. And once again the unexpected happened when he commenced unleashing those heavy overspin shots which left Emerson completely nonplussed. If Laver maintains the outstanding form he has shown in Australia this year I see no reason why he could not vin Wimbledon again. He will be available to defend the Davis Cup next year, and, with Emerson also playing first-class tennis, it would be almost impossible for any nation to take the Cup away from Australia this year. Yesterday s match was the fifth he has played since late on Saturday afternoon, and the intense program took toll even of his great stamina. On Saturday and Sunday Emerson played two singles and two doubles matches with Sunday night's five-set doubles final finishing tust on midnight. In those two days he played a total of 16 sets for 184 games. Yesterday he had massage on his legs to try to ease the strain before he went on for his singles match against Laver. He tried as hard as he could, but that little extra he tried to bring out in his game when the pressure was right on in the third and fourth sets just would not come. After the match, Laver said that he thought it was unfair for Emerson to have to play the singles so close on top of his other gruelling matches. "He has had the legs run off him in the last couple of days, Laver said. I have never seen Roy so weary in a match as he was today. "WASHED OUT' Emerson would not offer his crowded program as an excuse for his defeat. "Rod was just too good," Emerson said. "But I must admit I have played a lot of tennis over the last couple of days and did feci a bit washed out. "It wasn't the number of matches, but the lateness of the doubles final which did not finish until midnight." It was a tine tribute to Emerson's fighting ability that he did so well. the match was by no means one-sided, and cer tainly provided the crowd of 2,.suu with some ot the best tennis seen in an Australian final for some years. tmerson played superb tennis in the second set to break Laver's service three times and take the set without losing a game. In the gripping third set Emerson saved seven set points on his own service in the ninth game, and two on Laver's service in the next game, before losing the tenth. Laver's triumph was a fitting reward for a wonder ful season. Since his return from overseas after winning Wim bledon and being runner-up in the American championships, he has won the Queensland, Victorian and N.S.W. grasscourt titles. He was beaten in the semi-final of the South Australian by Neale Fraser, and in the final of the Australian hardcourt championships at Rockdale by Bob Hewitt. He was Australia's number one singles player in the Davis Cup and won both his singles matches. Laver now is on his way to achieving his ambition of winning the grand slam of major tennis titles the Australian, French, Wimbledon and American crowns. And as for professional offers, Laver said he would think about them if he won another couple of big titles. There is no doubt that Laver is one of the most gifted tennis players I have watched. He has been called a left- handed- Hoad on many oc casions, and that certainly sums him up. Men's singles Snah It. Laver iuio.i ocai h. emerson ua . S-6. 0-6. -4. 6-4. junior novr doubles nan w Bowrev-G. Knov h W Rihh.D Kelso B-S. 6-2. r? x i ? s ( .b ' ' I ' b 'i ' I O . " i V I 4 i : v'lr 0 J (TV i . ,V si t., V " IV .V ' t J ! w j f A ' 1 -U ; A.. v Rod Laver's concentration Is obvious as he crouches to play this backhand return against Roy Emerson at White City yesterday. Tennis May End 'Even The Australian tennis championships which concluded at White City yesterday may "break even." Bad weather, which forced the postponement of two of the scheduled nights' play and caused the loss of two days during the championships, seriously reduced the financial return. Officials believe that had rain not Interrupted the program, they would have made a profit. The best "gate" was on Sunday when just on 1,500 was taken from the two sessions. The championships have shown that night tennis is here to stay at least as far as N.S.W. and Victoria are con. cerned. There seems no doubt that night matches will be played during the NS.VV. championships next November. Stewards Place Ban On Two Top Pacers Harold Park stewards last night barred the pacers Imawinner and Colonel Scott for two months from racing on all tracks in N.S.W. Colonel Scott and Imawinner both broke at the start of their races, Colonel Scott (6-4 fav.) finished a distant fifth in the Open Class Handicap. Imawinner (5-4 fav.), last at least 50 yards soon after the start of the Hunter River 1962 v AUSTRALIAN MEN'S SINGLES TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP M won with 1 MAXPIV i V TENNIS RACKET V rTfil PLAY REALLY WELL. WITH DUNLOP Handicap, produced a strong finish to be fourth. Imawinner and Colonel Scott had offended similarly in races at Harold Park recently. Under a new rule, horses barred at Harold Park are automatically stopped from racing on all other tracks in the State. Ron O'Brien, who trains and drives Colonel Scott was upset at the stewards' action and said he would appeal. Imawinner's trainer-drivci Percy Hall said he considered it "unfair" for his horse to be barred from all tracks for two months. SEVERE ACTION Recently the N.S.W. Trot ting uiud committee instructed its stewards to take severe action against horses who break at the start or those who are inconsistent Imawinner is owned bv Mrs C. Fitzpatrick, wife of iN.a.w. r.C. committeeman Mr R. E. Fitzpatrick. In their busiest meeting of the season, stewards last night: Suspended veteran driver Sutton McMillan for one month for alleged care less driving on Weddine Lou (100-1) in the Second Quali fying Makes. Suspended R. A. (Peter) Reid for a month. Reid's pacer. Toggle (2-1) caused Wish You Win (J. Law rence) to be checked in the First Qualifying Stakes. inter-Dominion prospect ti legra last night gave a rugged display of stamina in winning the Open Class Handicap (13f 98yds). El Tegra (2-1) raced out side the leader to the turn. then sprinted away to beat Festive Spring (10-1) by three-quarters of a length. QBMM UN WdDIMK Barrier trials on Friday will decide the immediate programs for star sprinters Wenona Girl, Young Brolga, Lady Cornelian and Kilshery. Sky High also will make his reappearance at Rosebery on Friday. Wenona Girl and Young Brolga are both owned by Mr W. Longworth, chair man of the S.T.C. committee. Mr Longworth last n.uhi said there was a possibility that the more forward of Wenona Girl and Young Brolga would run in the 1.500 Challenge Stakes on Saturday week. The two horses were among the 18 entries the A.J.C. yesterday received for the Challenge Stakes. Both Wenona Girl and Young Brolga are expected to race prominently in Fri day's trials. Both are under considera tion for racing at the Melbourne autumn meetings. 'They will have to be in top form and also weighted to our satisfaction before definite plans are made for a trip to Melbourne. Mr Longworth said. Lady Cornelian also is an entry for the Challenge N.Z. PACER FOR PERTH Champion New Zealand pacer Cardigan Bay will start in the Inter-Dominion Championship with Sydney reinsman Bill Wilkins as his driver. The 30,000 pacing championship starts at Perth s Gloucester Park track on February 21. An A.A.P. message from Auckland yesterday said that owner, Mrs A. Dean, had confirmed the Australian trip for Cardigan Bay. Last Thursday, Mrs Dean claimed Cardigan Bay would be scratched because the trainer. Peter Wolfcn-den, was unable to spare the time to make the trip. Yesterdav . Mrs . Dean -MM "a 'it l BILL WILKINS said it was simply a ques tion of her "changing her mind." Cardigan Bay had eased in the market following the announcement he would not start, but last night book makers again had him a clear-cut Championship tavourite. INCENTIVE New Zealand and West Australian trotting authori ties on Friday announced they had combined to offer a special 1,000 travelling subsidy to the owners of three selected New Zealand pacers as an incentive to make the long journey to Perth. This special subsidy could have influenced Mrs Dean in her surprising change ot plans for Cardi gan Bay. Eastwod R.U. Side For N.Z. Eastwood Rugby Union club will mike a three weeks tour of New Zealand in March. mey win piay seven matches in the North Island It is the first visit to New Zealand by a Sydney grade clut) since the war. Stakes but may miss the race. "Our present plan is to take her to Melbourne,' trainer Jack Green said last night. Lady Cornelian, who has raced only seven times, was one of the most improved sprin' rs in training last spring. She has won at her last four starts at Canterbury Randwick, Caulfield and Moonee Valley. Lady Cornelian has been back in training for four weeks. Like Sky Hich. the fillv had her summer spell cur tailed because of the con tmuous wet weather. POOR QUALITY Kilshery, who is to con test i half-mile trial on Fri day, is being prepared for tne is.uuu v.R.C. Newmar ket at Flemington on March 10 Kilshery. who has won ai three of his seven starts. showed "class" potential last aepiemrter when be won the Canterbury Guineas from Prince Regoli and Young oroiga. utner smart sprinters entered yesterday for the Challenge Stakes included Prince Wilkes, Port Gold Rush Bye, Scottish Crag, Kea tape and lop Form Nominations for the "second leg" the 2,000 Anniversary Handicap again emphasised the poor quality of stayers at present in training in Sydney. N.Z. XI May Play N.S.W. It is passible that the New Zealand cricket team on its way home from the tour of South Africa will nav N.S.W. at the S.C.G. early in iviarcn. the decision will be made by the executive com mittee of the N.S.W. Cricket Association after it has in vestigated certain aspects of me proposal. The association "in com mittee" last night discussed for some time the question or tne match. It agreed that a decision last night was not possible ana mat the Andrew's Decision Amazes Official Top swimming official Mr Syd Grange last night described Jan Andrew'i decision lo (urn professional u "most unfortunate." "Miss Andrew had only scratched the surface of her ability and is a decided loss to Australian swimming. Mr Grange said. Miss Andrew threw i nomnsncll into women swimming when she announced she would become a professional coach, A bronre medallist at the I960 Olympic Games in Rome, she was regarded as a certain gold medal winner at the Empire Games in Perth next November. Mr Grange said he very much regretted her decision. "She has the ability to be a world champion." Mr Grange said. MEN'S TITLES Heats of the N.S.W. men's swimming championships will be held tonight at North Sydney Olympic Pool for tomorrow night's finals at the same venue. There are 58 heats scheduled for tonight, involving more than 400 swimmers. Officials have been en couraged by the youngsters in the first carnival last Saturday, There will be interest in tonight's heats in the under 14 backstroke, the junior butterfly and the 220 yards junior freestyle. A further clash between Neville Hayes and Kevin Berry in the 110 yards butterfly, and Alan Wood and Bob Windle in the 440 yards freestyle will be among the highlights of an interesting program H.P. Trots Handicaps T b run Saturday night, 7.20. QUALIFYING STAKfS, It 'at. Vibrant, aournriawln, Mac a pirii, auntiiK. Hint Trimmer. uuai naiio, icnnyson. Fling a Account. Billy tha Kid. Halting. Wedding Lou. Shy Songtter, Sporting Blood. Brilliant Sky. Country ailna Raduh Lawn. lrat Princa, (rlnT Acs, ionco. uougiaa jamet, Falrholme. Karamena, Blllabong Bella, Wvangla Shadow, Bold Fire. Silky Volo, Mitl Chamfer. Summit Road. Small Boy. Bon Avon Mighty Romany, Brilliant Hal. Blue Mone. Anthony Ayr. Olympic Spring. Coy. Violation Lad, Smil-Ina Peak. Valley Volo. Rirwt Dr. Voice Oerhy. Buronga Dot. Noble Mcnon, k(o ana siue, A r Guy, Fairbanks Joe Meta. Jock a Fling. Moon Bar. Cobb a Count. FearleM Ann. inarming jewel, caaabeat. Iowa. Skito, Lynelmo. acr. 7.41. FtllT I AMU AM V II AM. OICAP, III 98ydi. Toggle, jolly Gay, Pablo'a Prtde. Victory Scott. Fine Star, Detraction. Recovered Jewel. Wattamlte. Paddy Fovie. Gay Ribands, Royal Whisper, Integration, Cheerful Lady, Point Attack. Silver Nook, icr.: Peerless Scott, Triple Raider, Sparkling Sky. Total Plus, Bridestowe Boy, Camden Blaze. Romany Raider. Sportster, Regoli, Koala Lawn, Lovesong, Oela Pride. 12yds. Triple Raider handicapped subject to clearance. 8 tO. SECOND JANUARY HAN. OICAP, 131 9yds Chlcoola. Kurrawonga, Oramara. Proud Star, Walt On, Gerry John. Banstreet. Junior Scott. Terry Jim, Exuberance, Dagwood Scott, scr: Mighty Field. Johnny Scott. Nandoo. Nor. rle. Sweet Victory. Bangaroo Prince. mnawane. ciouay ky, jenny s Greetings. Peter Zaalle, Nitty Way, Benevolence. Kumar. 12vds: Nan doo. 24yds; Bounty Hunter, 36vds. junior scott handicapped sub-lect to clearance. B.SS. THREI-YIAR-OID STAKES. 11M Smoky Bands. Scotirra, Revlla Peak. Joan of Arc Stormy Craig, Lt George, Huon Direct, cousin scott. Bruce Ayr, Egyptian lukt, Royal Kingdom, Western Song, Peter Joe, Sparkling Jet. Stirling Hanover. Lord Jim, Classification, Smoke and Fire, Black Glove, Bvebye Bill. Rodney Scott. Raider Kelly. Glebe Adlos. Border Chief. Edrnborough Ayr, scr.: Mary Kathleen. Jocks Fling. Great Effort. 12yds. 9.0. SUMMER CARNIVAL (1st Quel, dtt.), Iti.t. chev a Image, Scrupulous. Sheer Joy, Grogan, Chantllly, Opal Chief, Forbes Choice, acr.: Lawn Classic, Lucky Western, Swlfton Direct. Shining Silk (unh.). Bounty Hunter, Great Lneer, 12yds: Neena Louise, 24vds: Pacing Lawn. 3Kvd. Opal Chief handicapped aublect 10 clearance. 0.30. INVITATION STAKES, 11l.ff.lAU.'. Unn O .... I Fllnoo, Furtive. Iwunda, Colonel Scott; Malyandrya Pride, First Kiss, Amazing Vale. Allanah Marie scr.; Kerryneld, Sheffield .ione ti Tegra, 12yds lames Scott, 24yds Fllngo and Sheffield Globe handicapped aublect to clearance. 10.0. OPEN CLASS HANDI CAP. llJ.ff. Pacing Lawn, Yonkers. Festive Spring. Sparkling Poarl. Prince Power, Meadowlanris. Drnny Hanover, Dlnnie Daley. Eden Monaro, Dandy Andy (N.Z.). Woodland Prince. scr.; Don Ngaree. Last Command. Battle rung, correlate, izvds. Dandy Andy handicapped sub' lect to clearance. 10.30. SUMMER CARNIVAL nir. una quel, dlv.1, ll'.t. Nandoo. Keentowln, Glen s Fling Grand Nancy, Jack's Flight, Una Direct, Speedy Spring, Glenda Rose, acr.: Reckless Raider, Lou-vain Lad, Lucky Laurie, Direct Seam, Intelligent, Castle Volo, . oro'i. Mission star, W ckawak. 24vrii Keentowln handicapped lublect i clearance. Acceptances due at 10 a.m. today. to be run on Feb. S HAROLD PARK TROTTPnc CUP, 151 92yds Kyogle Wlrra. Single Raider, Gunrock, Our Noble ivic.j, jaiose. scr.: Ked jenny Prince Grande. 12vd.: Chellori, 24vds: Legal Raider. 36yds: Queen Bee (half hoopies). 72yds Our Noble handicapped sublect to clearance. HAROLD PARK SUMMER CUP. 1 St 98yds. Amatlng Vale. Battle Fling, Gorrelate. Allanah Marie. Southern Van, Lew s Hope Ross'awn, Woodland Prince. Dandy Andy (HZ), Fllngo, Furtive. Iwunda, First Kiss, Malyandry s rnae, acr.; nerryneia, Sheffield Globe (SA, El Tegra. 12yds: James Scott. 24yds. Dandy Andy. Fllngo and Sheffield Globe handicapped aublect to clear. ance. Stage Set For CM Exciting Shield executive should review the question. l30Acc,n ,0 " " J" RANDWICK TOMORROW F.tii.'S.A.', Stiff Task!! BRISBANE, Monday. Sheffield Shield captain Ken Mackay set the stage for a spectacular finish to the the match against South Australia when he declared Queensland second innings closed tonight. Queensland, by stumps, had scored 247 runs for the 'ass of only two wickets. This was due to a bril liant second-wicket partnership of 165 in 146 minutes hy Sam Trimble and lorn Veivers. With their first innings lead of 122, Queensland have an overall lead of 369. South Australia, set the task of scoring 370 runs in 330 minutes tomorrow to win, must attack from the start. With batsmen of the calibre of 1 es Favell, John Lill, Garfield Sobers and Ian McLachlan in the team Mjutti Australia are equipped to get the runs. But whether they can get those runs in the time against the Queensland at tack spearheaded by Wesley Hail, remains to be seen. Hall, in a magnificent burst of bowling in the first innings, took six for 47, causing South Australia to collapse for 103. BEST DISPLAY Sam Trimble save his best batting display of the season today to be not out II j at stumps. This was Trimble's fourth Shield century. He showed his return to top form today with skilful placing of his strokes to penetrate the field, particularly on the off. Veivers. scratchy at the start of his innings, apparently decided to hit himself out of the batting doldrums. At 14 he swuna a ball from Sincock high over mid-wicket and Hawke, run ning in from the boundary got under the ball but had to look into the sun and dropped the catch. The unfortunate Hawke was also on the spot back ward of square-leg when a hot chance new off Veivers' bat at 90 from the bowling of Brooks and Hawke again failed to hold the catch. But Hawke had previously taken a splendid catch at the Shield Final On Jan. 24 The final of the N.S.W.- CA.'s A.W. Green Shield competition will be played at the 5.C.O. No. 2 on January 24. The hnal of the Poidevin- Gray competition will be played at North same spot to dismiss Dos Bull, and he avenged the dropping of Veivers by clean-bowling him at 94 with yorker which dipped in late. Further rain this morning delayed play, which did not start until 1.44 p.m.. nine minutes after the scheduled resumption after lunch. I ,,,,1 ; KEN MACKAY Umpires Lew Rowan and Les Townscnd ordered the start after the captains, Ken Mackay and Les Favell. had failed to agree. Attendance was 2,301 Receipts 27786. Fifth Test England v India In Madras INDIA 1st Imlnn. 42B INGLANO 1st Innings. Itt INDIA 2nd Innings. 10 INGLAND anal Innings P RICHAROSON. c Jaislmha. b Desal J ft. BARBER, ft Duranl St K. BARRINOTON. lb Nadbarnl I OCXTIR. c Nadkarnl. b Borde M. SMITH, t Borde. b Duranl P PARflTT. c Contractor, b Duranl B. KNIGHT, c Inglneer, b Duranl ... ... O ALLEN, c Umrigar, b Bnrde .... G. MILLM AN. Contractor. b Prasanna .... G. A LOCK, c Nadkarnl b Borde . . D. SMITH, not out Sundries Ibl. l b 4) Total ...... Pall: 2. 32. 41. SS. SO. 1B4. 194. 202. 209 BOWLING Desal ... 4 0 16 Umrigar I 12 48 i IS S3 S3 21 14 II 2 6 209 SS Duranl It 12 72 4 Borde 23 1 B 59 3 Nadkarnl 12 S 25 1 Prasanna It S 19 1 India wen bv 128 runs. Sheffield Shield Queeasland ? Sth. Aust. In Brisbane QUEENSLAND 1st Innings, ill S1H. AUST. 111 innings. 101 QUEENSLAND 2nd innings. S TRIMBLS, not out ... IIS 0 BULL, c Hawke. b Sobers 23 T VEIVERS. b Hiwke .... 94 P BURGE. not out 12 liinririet II hvet. 1 lea bye 4 Two wickets (dec.) tor 247 ran sr in BOWLING O M To India MADRAS, January IS (A.A.P.-Reuter). India beat England In a Test cricket merles for the first lime when they won the Fifth Test today by 128 runs. England's tailenders made last-ditch stand to avert defeat, but the clever Indian spin attack took its toll and soon put the issue beyond duuht. The crowd, keen to con gratulate the Indians, swarmed round the entrance to the pavilion and. break ing through the police cordon, charged toward the dressing rooms. Police, using sticks, managed to restore order and finally drove thousands from the ground. India also won the Fourth Test and look the five-match series with two victories and three draws. 3rd TEST WIN It was their third Test win against England in 29 matches. The last time India met England in a series was in 1959, when they lost all five l ests in England. They owed their victory today to the spinners Duram, who took tour tor 11, and Borde. three for 39. F.ncland. who had re sumed their second innings today at five for 122, faced an almost impossible task of adding 216 runs to win on a pitch taking spin. India had set England to score 338 in 487 minutes in their second innings. With half England's side out for 90 yesterday, India's hopes were high. Brooks ..16 1 nawke ..in i Soberi Sine nek Sellers a 11 M 47 SS 30 48 60 OLD C.C. OP INDIA i SYDNEIANS In Sydney Cricket Club at India. 1-1 o". (dec), (Chatranalilngh 74. Apte 0 9-167 (Ritchie 63. Barbour 35). Seven Drop State Squad Prague and Apia Soccer players yesterday boycotted the State squad training at Wentworth Park. The three Apia players, Leo Baum-gartner, Vernon Went-zel and Adauto Igle-sias, again failed to turn up. They had been warned that failure to attend yesterday would result in their being dropped from the squad. Four Prague players Ron Lord, Stuart Sherwin and brothers Herbert and Erwm Ninaus told the State selectors that a club official had told them not to train with the squad. All four were present at the ground and watched the other players training. The N.S.W. Federation of at North Sydney Oval No I on January 29 Soccer Clubs tonight may decide to suspend the State squad training sessions tor at least a month. There seems to be little point in . having regular training sessions when the nest match will not be until April 23, against Victoria Many clubs are not happy with the tact that the squad is in the hand3 of Hakoah coacn oyula folgar, on Hakoah s home ground. The Apia players have repeatedly failed to attend squad training. BOXING. Australian featherweight champion Wally Taylor has been offered a bout with Ghanian Love Allotey in Melbourne on February 5. Russian Tour Is Proposed The Australian Old Col legians' cricket team hope to play in Russia on their world tour in 1964. This has raised hopes that an Australian Test team some day will play in Russia. Officials know of no cricket organisation in Russia at the moment. The Old Collegians in 1959 and 1960 made world tours at their own expense. They play matches in England and in lesser-known cricket countries. Their brochure, inviting players to subscribe to the tour in 1964, says it is intended to play, and also to coach, in Russia. The Old Collegians some time ago made formal application to the Australian Board of Control for permission to make the tour and to carry out a "cricket mission" in Russia. The board said it had no objection to the visit to Russia, provided the arrangements were made with appropriate authorities. The secretary to the Board of Control, Mr Alan Barnes, said yesterday that the board bad not consid ered any suggestion that its own Test teams should visit Russia. TURF Gosford fo be run Today 12. S THRFC -YEAR-OLD MAIOEN HANDICAP St Kasai (20). 8-7 A. Gaiiaonei Nllendl (II). 8-7 Sutherland am Ihri mmnnmr ftQ). ft.,. C Clare Arc de friomohe (9). 8-4. B. Hill D-acon (5), B-4 ... O. Royle 'la'hinq (14). 8-4 . . With Soda (12). 8-J . Howiett Lorraine's Pride (3). B-2 imu.1,1 aaiM ft) 8-2. W. A. Smith SI Fugs (11). 8-2 . . J. Giles Dawn Z'ette (16). 8-2, I. Turner Crepe Myrtle (6). 8-2, S. Johnson Nell's Own (13). 8-1. D. Sullivan Penny Ghent (2), 8-0, J. Leslie Gay Beth (18), 8-0 . , H. Cone Curvolssler (4), 7-13 . . K. Balrd Nlara Rose (17), 7-1S, S. Watson Talals (15), 7-11 ...... r..ll.n Airman (7). 7.11 A. Clarke Pride ot Lebanon (10), 7-11. F. Carpenter WITH SODA, II Gallant Air man. 2l Nllendl. 1. 12.35 THREE AND FOUR YEAR OLD HANDICAP SI Royal Amhaaaador (3) 9-9. J. yvenoon Taiemulco (11) 9-0 B HII Rare Treat (17). 8-12. B. Howiett Double Draw (18). 8-12. G "lain Prince st Egypt (8) 8-8. B Moon lully Star (4). 8-6. H Mollov Arendi (27) - 8-S D Pntchard Master W'lkes (20) 8 1 A. GaMaaner Snow Gleam (12), 8-1. A Knight Santana (23), 7-13, N. Robinson All Anon (1). 7-12, G. Gourlav Golden Arm (7). 7-12. H. Cooe Diamond Dandy (5). 7-n K Banks Golden tve (6). 7-8, J Chllris Aloatta M4V 7-H Nikko San (13) 7-7 Black Banner (9). Happy Valley (13) 7-7, t. French uaep crag ti), 7-7, w Desperation (4). 7-7 Celestial Girl (6), 7-7 R Sir Dyne (12). 7-7 . AROHA, 1: Elvstream other Pip, V . , 2 IS Sutherland A. Smith George An. Nay Girl (21), 7-7 j Novice Handicap, 1m 3.25 (Colts and Geldings) 1st, L.53S; 2nd. 1160; 3rd,. 80. 4th. L2S. 0252 EARL HIGHBURY (5). 8-7. G. Moore 0114 CRYSTAL PEAK. DM (7). 8-6. (a) D. Osborne Z 3082 LEOFRIC (8). 8-6. (a) D Sullivan 3 6000 JOB'S GATE (2), 8-S R. Greaves 0059 TWICKENHAM M (1). 8-4. J . Thompson 0766 PRINCE YEOIE (9). 7-9. . (a) H. Cope 006 PRINCE FAIRY (6). 7-8. (a) C. Underhlll 7 000 MR REMV (4), 7-8 S 7009 TOUT SAN. M (10). 7-8. R. Selkrlg 9 000 REGIUS (3). 7-8 .... (a) P. Mien 10 TWICKENHAM. 1: Earl Highbury. 2: Tout San. 3. 2 Trial Handicap, IJm 3.55 1st. E.S3SI 2nd. 1601 3rd. 80; 4th. i.25, 4326 ALCIBI ADES. T (3), 8-10 I 1311 FIRST FLIGHT C (9). 8-2. N Sellwood 2 9121 STEEPLEJACK. T (4), 8-2 G Moore 8014 GOLD FIDDLE. TM (8). 8-1 I 1-07 ROY At COURAGE TO (2). SO G- Podmore i 4860 ARAHIA C (1). 7-13. J Thompson 6 0093 VERNBERN (6). 7-11 O. Weir 7 0906 RAMIR. D 00). 7-11. (a) H. Cartwrlght 8 6072 LADY LIZZIE, T (S). 7-8 . . 9 000 MAINSONG (7). 7-4 0 ARAHIA, Is Alclbladas, 2; First Flight, 3. 3 3-Y.-0. Novice, 7f 4.30 (Fillies) 1st. tSli; 2nd. (160; 3rd. 80; 4th. tli 0O2J ALCONETTE (S), 8-7 1 105 ICEBOUND 0 (3) 8-6. .... (a) D Sullivan I ?VIi S!YA.NJ.J5 (8i'.-8-5 F. Hudson J nt,enii vvirau a) a i 808 PERSIAN SHOWER 14), B-i"""' Thompson S i ' r. 0008 CARD TABLE (7). 7-6 .... 7 760 STRIP THE WILLOW (1). 7-6 8 ALCONETTE It Icebound. 2: Oevant 3 4 Twilight Handicap, 61 5.5 1st, 60Si 2nd. 180: Ird. 90: 4th. 2S 3134 TOP FORM. C (6), 8-7 . B. Howiett 1 5812 FAIR RALEIGH, t (3), 8-2 . J 121 SCOTTISH CRAG. DM1 (S) 8-0, 6736 ANOTHER LINK C (2). 7- K""V ' 370 AGLITTER. TM ()" 90S KATHY DOR. TDM O). Sr"'' ' (a) R. Bakei 6 Scottish CRAG 1- Fair Raleigh 2: Top rvrm. a, 5 Welter Handicap, 1m 5.35 1st. 605: 2nd. 180: 3rd, 90: 4th. Hi. 2801 BOLO WAY. DM (6). 9-0. 6736 ANOTHER LINK. 'V &. W" ' 9114 DELSOUND, TDm'JI A"wW I 0424 SURPRISE ATTACK. m (8). 8-3. 107 ROYAL COURAGE. TO (1)' If-l.' 508 NULLARI. TM (9). M. I 1211 TURKOIS. M (2). 8732 LADY WEBB, C (7). 8 2 3693 NEUTRON T (10). 8-1. TM (S) Thompson 6-0 C KelK 1195 HASTY BELLE 390 MEYISTl, D (3). 8-0 NULLARI 1' Surprise Attack Webb 3 6 Encourage Handicap, 7i 6.10 1st. 535; 2nd 160: 3rd. 80: 4th 25. 122S CABLE BOY. O (11). 8-7, J Thompson I 8014 GOLD FIDDLE. CM (7), 8-5. G. Podmore 2 4662 MARTIAN KING. M (1). 8-4. (a) W. Burnett S 802 APRILIA, O (12), 8-0, (a) Dawes 4 809 LE PHARE, M (S), 7-11 .. S 2051 STARBEAM (2), 7-10 . W. Bell 6 000 TENE8RAE (14), 7-10 . . L. Billet! 7 7SB9 WOORILLA. O (IS). 7-10. (a) B. Hill a 0002 RED PLUME, I (21). 7-9 . 9 9401 THE BANK. C (9). 7-8. (a) O. Sullivan to 001 NULLABOR CHIEF. C (18). 7-8, (a) R Thomsen II S562 LA GRIS (17), 7-7 12 2336 GOLDEN MASTER (20). 7-3 13 2190 GREY GODDESS (4). 7 5 . . 14 7050 RULINO (16). 7 5 (a) H. Cone IS 009 CAMWING C (8) 7-S. (a) c. uckiev is )060 MONTBAR (13) 7-5. (a) N. Rohintnn 1 1 080 SYLVANIOUS (3), 7-5 W. Camer IS 000 BORONGA T (19). 7-5. (a) G. Gourlav 19 435 JET ACTION (10), 7-S ... 20 0 SELF SUPPORT (6). 7-5. (a) W. Moir 21 GOLD FIDDLE. 1: Tha lank. 2: Nullabo. Chlet, 3. best bei: iwicnennam. best double: Twickenham and Gold Fiddle. FOR THE TOTE: Arabia. Tsarina (10) 7-7 ... K. Lavt Queen Tol (2) 7-7 , Sir Noble (15). 7-7 Takaparni ti9). 7-7, N. Munsie sister oi tie), 7-7 TAJAMULCO, 1i Rare Treat i: Diamond Dandy, 3. I.E. 1st MAIDEN HCP.. bt 'lonve (12). 8-T 8 Hni nnu (a), i t s watw Kasal (4), 8-6 'A Gallaahei Servena ?.). 8-6 . , H Cope rlvate King (6). 8-7. P Groom 'ran Chlet (13), 8-4 . K. Bai'H vernna M). 8-3 . . . Sold Bill (3). 8-3 . . I Turne With Soda (10). 8-2 B. Howiett Silver Legion (9). 8-1. P Mlers -.onaie (7). 7-13 . . farlem Queen (1). 7-13. D. Ravle naran (A), ... c. Clare BERVENA. 1l Uomle. 2: With soaa a. 1.SS. 2nd MAIDEN HCP.. 61 Roma Rye (9). 8-7 . . P. Mlers ijoiacn aunimni til. - . Sunrlat Serenade (2). 8-S. k. Parkinson macguane Lass ibl a.s, L. Blliett Malvern Star (12). 8-S. A. Kniont Sir Noble (10). 8-4. K. Bamb.cn Talals (5), 8-4 .... J. Lesi'e wet Please ts, B-4, w. A. Smith nevway 0-4 Arrow By (11), 8-4 .. H. Cope Persian Nib (7), 8-4 . . P Burnett Vlllars 113). B-4 Powerful Lady (3), 8-4 . ROMA RYE. 1: Malvern Star J Macguane Lasa. 3. 2.S. FLYING HANDICAP, M. Santern (11), 9-S. B Pa-kmson Another Pip (16). 9-2 J Welldon Aroha (17), 9 0 . G Gourlav Gay Crag (2) 8 12 New Vista (14). 8-9. A. Gallagher Royal Ambassador (8) 8-6. Elvstream (7) 8-S 0 Weir 'ersian Air tiB) i n, at Ramharh Golden Leaf (5). 7-12. W. Clement Pandllla (3), 7-11 .. P Groom Cuban Tan (19). 7-10 Clown Prince (IS) 7-8 L. McLennan 1st NOVICE HANOICAP. 61. First Division OJueen Naurah (14). 8-9 Princa ot Egypt (9), 8-8 B Moon Oeep Crag (3). 8-1 W. A Smitn Snow Gleam (15). 8-1 A Knight Kuvera San (7) C W Rowbottom Bohemia (16) 7 12 t trench All Agog (1) 7-12. G. Gour'lv Port ot Call (6) 7-11 F Caroerter Halo's Lady (12), 7-11. C. Clare Eureka (10), 7-10 K Jones Bold Star (2), 7-10. P Sutherland Maltambo (4), 7-9 .... H Crpe Templeatowa (11) 7-1 Scratched Alvlsta (B), 7-8 ... B Howiett Alpatte (17), 7-8 Golden Eye (5), 7-8 . . J Chllds Midday Song (131. 7-8 .... QUEEN NAURAH 1l Oeep Crag- 2: Snow Gleam 3. HCP., 3.S. 1st NOVICE 2nd dlv., tl Gay Jack (I). 8-7 . C. Clare Perslanette (11), 8-6. F. Carpenter Sun Gilt (10). 8-6 . New Coventry (15), 8-6. H. Cope Marella Princess (S). 8-6, j nickev Gohaie (6), I t . . Lucky Viaen (17). 8-S . . Rnhanhran (16). 8-6 Kmdilan (12). 8-6 . . O. Royle Julius Caesar (9). 8-S J. Horton Lattarene (8) 8-6 Lai (13), 8-6 Scratched Tsarina (7). B 8 G bourlav .-ivina Haaals (2) B-s. A Gallagner Last Remove (3). 8-6 P Roberts Tantanara (4). S-6 . D. Wei In A Flash (14), 8-8. N.. Munse GAY JACK. It Lucky Vixen. I tsarina. 3. 3.1S. 2nd NOVICE HCP., 1 Tarbarrv (10). B-7 ... D. Weir Beau Lin (2). B-7 . . G. Gourlav hii'i Laav (9). B-2 . c c are M it Gdait (12 . 7-13 .... Oomle (f), 7-12 ...... B. Hill Riwllla (5). 7-12 . L. McLenna Marnina Rise (15). 7-1Z. F. Carpenter Klldare (8), 7-12 ... P Mlers Miss Caspar (7). 7-12 . D. Rovle Matamata (b) 7-1 z r. Burnett tt'e Lou (3). 7-12 . ft tienson Julius Caesar (4). 7-12. J. Horton nievway (ibl r-ii Tantanara (13). 7-12 In A Flash (14) 7-12. N. Munsie Dandrea (11) 7-12 K Bambarn MATAMATA. It Tarbarrv 1 Klldare, 3. BIST BETi Bervena. BEST DOUBLE: Barvana.Roma Rye. FOR IHE TOTE: With Soda TROTTING Newcastle STOCKTON LOCAL HANOI, ril mM llHtED nnf.AV , -. .. . . . vwun . . 24yds (C Smith). 9-4. I: ROBERT DUDLEY, Z4Vds LA. j. Hunoid) 8-1 2: VOLPONE. 24vH. (M Mar. vey). 20-1, 3. Diva.: Win. 112; place. 96. 131. 1719. Oulnalla: 7126. t len., 2 ten. Time. 2m 50. Ss. Scr.t General Com mano, ream, uav Madam, Eve-bright. BELMONT HCP.. aht. I l.m AFOR YE GO, scr. (A. C Ea'on). 3-4. li MEinua IMA(jE. scr. (K scr. (J. C. Lang), 6-1 3 Dlve.i Win, T8: place 73. S6, 116 Qulnella: 18. 1', len.. 7 len Time. 2m 50.4s. Scr.i Armldale Boy. Saloon's Image, Revlis Peak. Rosewood Fire. Western Song. Tiny igan. NEWCASTLE 3 -Y.-0. STAKES, abt. 101 SMOKEY BANDS. rr (S. Bond). 6-4, 1: WESTERN SONG, scr. (8. Matterson), 2-1. 2: UNCO GUID, scr. (L. A. McKeand). 20-1. 3. Diva.: Win. 116: place. 63. 76. 113. Qulnella: iiiois. 'a ien.. b ien Time: 2m 49s. scr.t Serene i at. la... tian Juke. NEWCASTLE J-Y.-O. LORD on. 1: ANNIE RILEY, scr. (M. C onoinj, 3U-I V, ; DIXIES MEM PRY. scr, (R. R. Osborn). 10-1 3. Dlvs.l Win. 89; place. 59 1183, 166. Qulnella: 1549. 6 len., 'a len Time m az as- scr.: Black Desmond P. G. LEGOE HCP. OPSTRO POLOS. 48vrlf. (M F Smlthl K.l 1: JURYMAN. 12vds (J. Murray) 10-1. 2: KARAMENA. 12yds (S Stalb). 3-1, 3 bivs.i Win LiilZ's; place, 146, 15 6 Quln alia- 1011716. a len., 3 len nme: am jbs- scr.: vibrant. Dun troon. Branxton Lad. Lucky Wes tern. REDHEAD HANDICAP, abt T'am. FIGHTING FORCE, scr. (J Paterson), 5-4. 1: YOUNG bkucc izvos (M. f. smith). 5-2 2: EUREKA DERBY. 12vds (J Murrav), 33-1. 3. Diva.: Win io9; place. B. 73. 115 Qulnella: 1109. 4 ten.. 2 len Time: 2m 48 8s. Scr.: Egyptian juke, ingie Lowe, tumberchanca, Serene Lass. WARATAH HANDICAP. 1',m lUOVas.- DANUUN UBKBT. scr. (L. H. Borrow). 4-1. 1: PROUD manut, izyds (W. cniogey) 33-1. 2: PERMANENT SILVER 12yds (J. R. Austin). 2-1. 3. Dlvs.: Win, 1196: place. 116. 193 oi9. Qulnella: 4913. 1 'i len. len. Time- 3m 32 Scr.i Peaketta Turbid, Glendale Beauty. Innadeil Little Trimmer, Waggon Grande, Kooeri ryiamonno. ..HEY! 10UNDS Wollongong HARBOUR No. 1. SUPER SCEPTRE, 3 (2-1), 1; Cramec. 6 (25-1). 2; Cleveland Lass, 8 (4-1), 3. Divs.: Win, 1: place. 89. lhuio. inro. -a ien.. no. lime 30.9s. HARBOUR No, 2 LEONITA 2 (2-1), 1; Super Serene, 7 (5-1) 2: Torra abe. 6 (10-1), 3. Dlvs.: Win. 176: place. S3. 19. 103 4 len., len. Time. 30. 4s. MAIDEN. BRENDA'S ELECT 3 (6-4). 1: Stepelna. 6 (10-1), 2: Humming Jet. 2 (4-1), 3. Dlvs.: win, i b; piace, o, 133, 03 S len.. hd. Time. 30. zt. RECREATION. TOP DOUGLAS. S (6-1). 1; Our Armatree. 7 (zo-i), z: Top Blaze, l (2-1 on) 3. Divs.i Win, 2169: place, 8 17, S6. 2 len.. 1U len. Time. 30 3s. Scr.: Kanacia. RECREATION No. 1. MAIOR YEO, 6 (4-1). 1: Corella Star. 2 (4-1), 2: Gay Gambler, 8 (even). j. divs.: win, LZsb; piace, iuv. ;o, aio. Len., -. ien Time. 29 9s. TRUSTEE SANDY RADIUM 1 (2-1 on). 1: Snnr-.ma RaIIa 9 (3-1), 2: Big Thunder. 3 (4-1). 3. Divs.i Win, 106: no place. en., 4t len. Time, 30.1s Scr.: oeamiK, Linoa I joy, Bunny two. iummer Fair. RECREATION No. 2 TOP VENUS. 6 (40-1). 1; Kate's Collect, 8 (10-1), 2; Bright Drum, 3 (15-1), 3. Divs.i Win, 603; Place. 186. 9, 9. I'i len., 21 en. Time. 30 it.. rr.. ttrlnht Tinker. RECREATION, No. 3. ROYAL APEX. 8 (Ml. 1; Mlsta View. 1 7-2), 2: Midnight Magic, 3 (5-2), piace, s3. Dlvs.l Win. 119 li'5- ''l 'Eh., 3ia len. Time 30.5s. Scr.i Maolr Fwa B ... Magnus. Real High. PACIFIC. No. 2. SCOTCH LAIRD. 1 (6-4), 1; Oglema Girl. 8 (6-1), 2: Super Shuttle. 7 (S-2), 3 . Dlya.i Win, 126: place. 71 8 6. 69. 3 len 21. in Tin. 44s. Scr.i Bright Janet. .PACIFIC. No. 1. KYLABAR. 1 (7-4 on). 1: Little Bettina 3 ilS-J.'- Bobhy s Hobby, 4 (15-1), 3. Olvs.i Win. 8S: Place. 73, 86 S len., i, len. Time ..as, acr.i covan Bene, oeisar'e NIGHT MATCHES PARRAMATTA Frank Teague trophy: Atkins (The Hills), 2, Binley (Rose Hill). 19: Tuttlenee (Mosman), 18. Turner (Lldcombe), 12; Knudson (St. Marys), 18, Coorev (Ryde), 17: Annesley (P matta), 26. Richards (North Ryde). 13: Hall (Lindheld), 20. Sneahan (West Strathheld). 18. CRICKET GREEN SHIELD y COUNTRY BOYS FIRSTS' MATCH AI S.C.G. No. 1 A. W. GREEN SHIELD TEAM. First Innings; R. Collins 28, R. tuck""1n A?- J- Hargreaves 24, R' P'i',.,fr PiOOC-ns 25, G gavles 14, F. Klrchen 36. R. foier 9. G. Stone 2, G. Swan 0, J. Qenny not out 15, M. Strachan 5, sundries 8. Total, 213. Bowling: L. Miller. 0-li: D. Morris, 0-13; G. Asflill. 0-1: P. Black-man, 0-79; R, Le Fevre, 7-72 n ?iNTH.V. ?OVS COACHING f.'Tf'"' In"'"'! D. Morris Jl G pn" O.P. Henley 1, D. Weakley 9, P. Cann not out 6. R. Schweitzer not out 6, sundries 6. Six wickets (or 103. Bowling, Klrchen, 0-20: Kenny. 0-7; Swan, 3-26: A. Plggens. 2-17. SECONDS' MATCH At S.C.G. No. 2 COUNTRY love rniruiu, CLASS First innings: J. Sem-meni 2i' Sne" ,s' N. Taylor 7, M. Thompson retired 106. T. Coates 51. S. Webster 38. P. Williams 23. J. McCormack 0. P. Jarvls 3. K. Sparks IS. P McConnell not out 0, R. Dewes 0. sundrlet A Tnt.l til bhu.i "l?1 PA Jtabback, 1-51: R. Rich. ?.r.dsi 0-S7: A. Ferguson, 0-15: W. Evans, 2-75: J. Medland, 0-28: f. T- Dinfll- -17i , A. W. GREEN SHIELD, First Inn'nf'i A. Doak 5, C. Sinclair 41, w. Evans 14. J. Weight not out 7, J Medland not out 8, sundries 14. Three wickets tor 29.- oyllnst Dewes. 1-9: Soarki, 2"!2; Coates. 0-19: Semmens, 00O120:MWcca0Sh,n,i..2--,i:4.Th0mP,0n- GOLF ANNUAL SCHOOLBOYS' C'SHIP At Cammerav On.n- T. I fn.i.w rr....L., 72 Undir 1B! Cardy (Kat-oomba). 76. Under 16: R. Daniels (Asquith), 74 on c.b. Under 14: . usoorne (Mosman), 79. TENNIS KOHLS G.P.S. OLD BOYS OENISTONE Round 9: Scots Kings 39 53, Armldale 44: St. Josephs 45 brammar 43: High 43, Kings 39 Newington 63, Rfverview 34. Point Desert In (10), 7-8 .'. j. Leant lORETO, acr. U. Paterson). 1 0-9 1 Smith.' icore: Newington 63. Scots 61. St joscpn a ... snore ou. CLUB MATCH PRATTEN PARK. Monday tripes: R, King. C. Smith. H N.S.W. HARDCOURT AGE C'SHIPS BOYS. Under 17 singles, 3rd nundi J. Cotterlll beat D. Denzell, -6. 6-0. 6-1: B. Onnnellv ho.t aa Tyne, 6-3. 8-1; D. McEvoy beat T. MUSOrave. B-4. N tlnrl. - say beat D. Corbett, 6-4, 6-3: T. McMlles beat T. McGrlll, 8-1, 7-5; R. Keldle beat R. Rnwlanrf T.s. 6-3, 6-1; D. Meyer beat J. Bur ling 6-8. 8-6. 6-2; R. Waugh beat C. Robertson, fi-4. fi.x. tt, ....... ftnals: J. Cotterlll beat B. Don nelly, 6-3. 6-2; N. Lindsay beat D. McEvoy, 3-6, 6-4, 6-2. Under 17 doubles: J. Walker, T. Musgrave beatD. Tobln, R. Howes, 6-3. S-6; Tlerney. N. Zellnsky beat T. IcMiles. G. Pollard. 6-4. 6-4: A. Rourke, C. Robertson beat L. Nel son, J. Burling, 6-2, 9-7: R. neidie, j. cotterlll beat p. stat-lord, R. Duschesne. 4-6, 6-0, 6-4. GIRLS. Under 17 singles, guar-ter-nnals: P. McClenaughan beat C. Neary, 6-4, 6-1: B. Bourne beat C. Sherrllf, 2-6, 6-3. retired: G. Snerrllt beat S. Byrne, 6-3, 6-2. Under IS singles. 3rd round: H. . Dale beat R. Campbell, 6-4, -2; T. Mackay beat R. Tovne, 6-2, ' 6-4; K. KranUke beat J. McLeod. 6-2. 6-1: M. Jones beat R. Mills, 6-2, 6-2: S. Hole beat M. Thomas, 9-7. 6-3: C. Oliver beat A. Weatherstone, 6-1. 6-2; P. Turner beat J. Bruce, 6-1, 6-1; C. King beat R. LIU. 6-4. 10-8. . Draw for tomorrow: 6.30 a.m., . under IS boys and girls' singles: 11.30 a.m.- bova' and nirla' doubles.

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