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MEDICATED WINE TONIC ARNOLD BROS. MELBOURNE There are articles of special interest to YOU, every Saturday, LITERARY SUPPLEMENT STUDENTS! Page 18 PHONES: M V 9 7 3 1 (Ten Lines) ; CLASSI FIED ADVERTISING : M F 0 3 0 1 (15 Lines). MELBOURNE. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 21. 1053 A.B. Davis Cup Candidates in Training for State Title KMS IP- American and Australian Davis Cup squad members practised at Kooyong yesterday for the Victorian championships which start o n Thursday. TOP Wimbledon champion, Vic. Seixas, plays a difficult return against team-mate Tony Tra-bert. CENTRE : Tra-b e r t. United States champion, grimaces as he hits a back-hand return to Seixas. The American pair is expected to represent the U.S. in the Davis Cup matches. LOWER : Merv. Rose, who probably lost any chance of playing in the challenge round singles when he lost to Tra-bert in Sydney, plays a shot. Southern Purse Draws Big Field A big field of professionals lias entered for the 100 purse to be played at Southern golf club on Thursday. Peter Thomson, who returned from New Zealand last week, will not play. He has gone to Warrnam-bool for a month's holiday before leaving for America on December 27. Jack Harris, who with Ossie Pickworth is one of the favorites for the event might not start. He is suffering from a nerve complaint and his doctor has told him to rest from competition play. The purse has been donated by two local members, Mr. L. Bennell and Mr. T. Latham and the professionals will play with club members. Thursday's Draw The draw, with five minute intervals Is. First Tee. 12.30 p.m.: H. Knights, V. Billings, W. Smith, C. Gorman, O. Pick-worth, P. Bradley. 1 p.m.: A. Spence, J. Beazley, G. Cates, J. Boorer, L. Boorer, G. Naismith. 1.30 p.m.: E. Naismith, H. Jones, ' W. Fowler, W. Clifford, A. Orr, W. Walker. 2 p.m.: L. New- RIO JANEIRO, winner of the Eclipse Stakes, is to snell in the Dandenone dls. trict for the next four or five weeks. Stable companion Malice Saint is also to have a holiday. He will be sent to Romsey. SEYMOUR RACING CLUB ENTRIES CLOSE TODAY, 4 p.m. TAKE HOME A WYNVALE FLAGON AND SAVE I "3 Bottles for the price of 2" Vin Rouge Claret Vin Blanc Chablis Tawny Port While Port J Amber Sweet Sherry, Fino Sherry (Dry) Muscat Sauternes Vermouth (Italian) , Flagon contains 80 Fluid I bottles have total content of OBTAINABLE AT YOUR lands, A. Whykes, S. Mc-George, R. Jamleson, W. Russell, L. Home. Eleventh Tee. 12.30 p.m.: A. Kynnersley, W. English, R. Furborough, J. Harris, D. Denehy, E. Wood. 1 p.m.: J. Green, B. Huxtable, H. Boorer, C. Naismith, E. Wood Jnr., E. Nelms. 1.30 p.m.: D. Ferguson, E. Dono van, B. Ferguson, M. Smith, N. Smith. Rifle Trophy to Sth. Africa LONDON, Nov. 23 (A.A.F.). South Africa won the King George V miniature rifle shooting trophy for the 23rd time since its presentation in 1925, the National Rifle Association announced last night. The South African team scored an average of 85.499 points out of the possible 100. Canada was second with an average of 79.93 and Bri. tain third with 78.203. . The trophy is competed for by teams of youths from Britain and the Common wealth. Larsen Reaches Brazil Final SAO PAULO (Brazil). Nov. 23. Art Larsen defeated Jaro-slav Drobny 4-6, 6-1, 8-6, 6-3 to enter the final of the men's singles in the international tennis tournament at Sao Paulo yesterday. Larsen meets Budge Patty in the final today. (A.A.P.) Metropolitan Price 76 e 10 11 ounces 78 Fl USUAL WINE SUPPLIERS a rtBf-LU 30 ra. 1 i .:3i . . "Honest Job" Says Barnes ADELAIDE, Monday. "My reports on this Test series, both on and off the field, were as I saw them, and I stand by every word I have written, both In the press and in my book." Former Test cricketer Sid Barnes said this at the Outer Harbor today. He is returning to Sydney in the Orontes after reporting the Test series in England. . "I did the job as honestly as I could," Barnes said. Barnes added that one of Australia's most promising players was Alan Davidson, "The most improved man in the Australian team." Davidson would make a large contribution if Australia was to regain The Ashes. "Even so, we shall be very hard put to it to beat the English team in the next Test," Barnes said. CORONATION CUP (300 YARDS STRAIGHT) NELSON PARK Lovely Trophy and Prize Money HEATS FRIDAY. 271153. PINAL FRIDAY, 41253. Nominations At 10 each close flrat poat tomorrow (Wednesday), at 317 Colllna Street. Greyhounds must hare oom pete a At Nelson Parle. DRAW TO YOMNH STARS Kt t- IIM ilAIC I CINMIO SYDNEY, Monday. Lewis Hoad and Ken Rosewall are disappointed in the draw for the Victorian singles championship which starts at Kooyong on Thursday. Australia's tennis "twins" both said tonight the draw would not give them fresh competition for the Davis Cup Challenge round at Kooyong late next month. The draw provides for Rosewall - Vic. Seixas and Hoad-Ton-ny Trabert semi-finals the same as the New South Wales title. Hoad said he had hoped to clash with Seixas in the Victorian semi-finals. "Vic. has beaten me foul times overseas this year, and I would have liked to meet Mm again before the Davis Cup round." he continued. "It Is a pity the seeding were not made to alter the semi-finals for the championship." Rosewall said Trabert and himself had won two matches each this year, and he expected to be drawn against him in the semifinal of the Victorian title. 'The only way to get practice is in the actual (same, and I was looking forward to playing Trabert," he added. Here Today Rosewal and Hoad fly to Melbourne tomorrow. Hoad, who has been receiving heat ray treatment for a muscle injury near his right elbow, said tonight the injury had almost cleared. Rosewall's blistered right hand has also Improved, and the pair expect to practise as soon as they reach Melbourne. Hoad, who turned 19 today, spent tonight at the pictures with his family. Australian selector, Mr. Cliff Sproule said today (he Australian Davis Cup squad would be increased to eigm or possiDiy xu. Mr. Sproule said the extra players would be named at the end of the Victorian titles. The squad would remain ...Will ""f ' '"l FRANK SEDGMAN, Australia's mainstay in last year's Davis Cup defence In Adelaide, will return from Europe shortly to help train our players for this year's challenge round. He is seen beating Pancho Gonzales for the world indoor professional 'tennis title at Wembley, London last week. (Airmail). DISAPPOINTMENTITIColin Smythe May a rr rruuir in Melbourne under the control of Harry Hopman until the challenge round. Form of players such as Ian Ayre, Clive Wilderspin, Don Candy, George Worth-ington, and juniors Roy Emerson and Ashley Cooper should have a bearing on the selection of the squad. The present squad Is: Hoad, Rosewall. Rex Hart-wig and Mervyn Rose. Mr. Thelma Long won her fifth N.S.W. singles title at White City today when she beat Mrs. Mary Hawton, 6-1, 8-6. Mrs. Long, who has Just returned from an 18-month tour abroad, previously won the title in 1935, .1938, 1940 and 1951. 15-Minute Set Today she took only 15 minutes to win the first set, but she had to fight in the second when down 2-4. Mrs. Long won most Cameron Tops Apprentices Sixteen-year-old apprentice R. Cameron, in his second year of riding, is leading Melbourne apprentice this season with five wins. His nearest rival Is R. Ball, who won the apprentices' premiership last season with 13 14 wins. Ball brilliantly scored on Winker in the second division of the Rosstown Plate at Caulfield on Saturday and brought his tally this season to lour winners. Cameron, who is apprenticed to G. Lindgien at Caulfield, has already ridden 42 winners in the country and the metropoli tan area. He can ride at 7.0, but his recent successes have cost him his claiming allowance both in the country and city. W. Williamson still holds pride of place on the jockeys' premiership list with 23 winners. J. Purtell is second with 21 successes, and R. Hutchinson, who rode a double at Caulfield on Saturday, is third with 13 winners. Then comes Cameron with five winners. Next, with four winners, are R. Ball. Sam Marti. W. A. Smith and A. Burton. CHESTER. Winner Will Get Chance at Title Winner of the fight between Trevor King (N.S.W.) and Young Regan (Vic), at the Stadium on Friday night, will be matched with Elley Bennett for the Australian featherweight title. This was announced yesterday by the general manager of Stadiums Ltd. (Mr. R. Lean). The title bout will probably take place early in 1954. King won the N.S.W. featherweight title on July 2 by scoring a t.k.o. win in the ninth round. He is a Help Us points in the first set with sharp volleys from the net. But in the second set she played from the baseline and allowed Mrs. Hawton to win vital points with clever placements. Mrs. Hawton gained confidence and several times forced Mrs. Long into errors on her forehand. Rain interrupted play for 15 minutes when the score was six-all in the second set, with the game score at deuce. After the interval Mrs. Long took only five minutes to win the match. Runner After "Hat-Trick" Colin Coad will attempt to win his third successive 880 yards , handicap at Maribyr-nong tonight. Coad. who . originally started from 30 yards, was "pulled" to 21 after his first win, and tonight will begin from 12. Tonight's racing will mark the reappearance of last year's largest stake winner, Bob Stringer, in the 75 yards handicap. Stringer, off 211 yards, will oe virtual scratcn man. Fitzroy Tennis Championship Entries for the fourth an. nual New Year lawn tennis championships, conducted by Fitzroy Cricket Club, cicse on December 21. The tournament will be held on January 1-4 at the club s court in Brunswick Street. North Fitzrov. Entries should be lodged with either Mr. Frank Phillips, 46 Vida Street, Essen-don, or Mr. Keith Maher, 8 Mclvor Street, Regent. To Play Rugby in Lancashire LONDON, Nov. 23 (A.A.P.) . Wally McArthur arrived in London by air last night from Adelaide to join the Rochdale Rugby League in Lancashire. He is the first aborigine to play in English rugby league. McArthur, who played right-wing in Adelaide, will work as an apprentice fitter. fighter-boxer, and possesses a hard punch in either hand. He successfully defended the title against Ken Wen-man on July 23, and since then has had only one fight a t.k.o. win against Johnny Wheeler at Broken Hill on November 7. In his two previous appearances in Melbourne King defeated Barry Hatcher on a t.k.o. in round 10 on June 2(1, 1952, and convincingly outpointed Englishman Jack Bonus on August 22 last year. Regan drew with Hatcher on February 1, 1952, and lost on a t.k.o. In a return bout on April 4. Beat Padernal He lost three Australian bantamweight title fights against Bobby Sinn this year, but in his last fight on October 23 he outpointed Ric Padernal. Weight limit for Friday's fight has not yet been settled, but King is expected to have a slight advantage over Regan. King is expected In Melbourne tomorrow to round off his preparation. One of Regan's most impressive victories was aeainst aboriginal Barney Walker on September I, his first bout as a featherweight. Regan, in that fight. showed he had speed, strengtn ana connaence, and won easily on points. He weighed only 8.9, but his trainer, Ambrose Palmer. has built up his weight and stamina to bring him in line with other leading feather weights. Delightful Conditions SANDOWN PARK GREYHOUND RACING THIS AFTERNOON, 1.55. Trains from Flinders Street at 11.58 a.m., 12.38 and 1.18 p.m., returning from Spring Vale at 4.11 nnd 4.44 p.m. Powler'B PArlor COAches leAve from Batman Avenue from 12.30 p.m. onwArdn. Csrs from opposite State Theatre, Flinders Street, from noon onwnrdi. I SID PATTERSON, world professional pursuit champion cyclist, who won two events in brilliant style at North Essendon board track on Saturday, will ride again tonight. He competes in the international 5-mile scratch and professional, wheel race (half-mile) and the half-mile national sprint. Trotting Men Disqualified Driver G. D. Wilson and owner Mr. J. Houlahan were disqualified for two years by the Trotting Control Board stewards yesterday. Sparkling Design was also disqualified for two years. The disqualification followed an inquiry into Sparkling Design's running at the show grounds on Saturday night. The connections were disqualified for not allowing the horse to do his best in the Lynton Handicap. Mr. Houlahan and Wilson immediately appealed to the Trotting Control Board against their disqualification. Mr. Houlahan appealed on behalf of the horse. Finished Second After Sparkling Design finished second to 33,1 chance, Silver Gull, in the Lynton Handicap there was an uproar among tne crowd. The stewards opened an inauirv into Soarkline De sign's running, and, after taking some evidence adjourned it until yesterday. wuson Is regarded as one of the best trotting drivers in Australia. He drove Avian Derby when he won the Inter- Title Fight for Johnson Don "Broncho" Johnson will fight titleholder Al Bourke for the Australian middleweight championship at the Stadium on December 18. It will be their first meeting. The bout will close the 1953 boxing season in Melbourne. Johnson defeated Pran Mikus in a furious bout at the Stadium on Friday night. On the same night Bourke successfully defended his title in Brisbane against Graham Gingham. Frank Flannery meets Queensland's Jackie Ryan at the Stadium on Friday week, and on December 11 Empire and Australian lightweight champion Pat Ford fights Spanish lightweight champion Augustln Argote. Big Prizes At Werribee Stake money of 1800 for the Werribee Racing Club's meeting on February 24 the day Queen Elizabeth arrives in Melbourne is the highest ever distributed by the club. The chairman of the club (Mr. H. McNamara) said last night the main race on the programme would be the Buckingham Palace Handicap over 1016 furlongs, carrying prize money ol 600 and a trophy valued at 50. February 24 was granted to Werribee Racing Club following a special act of Parliament removing the club from the list of metropolitan clubs. In addition to the Buckingham Palace Handicap, a wener race ior jumping Jockeys, with a minimum o: 9.0, over seven furlongs and 65 yards, will be staged. This will be known as the CanoDUS H Khweitrht Welter. Canopus is the name of the Stratocrulser in which the Queen and Duke of Edln burgh are travelling. Other races are: Roval Welcome Maiden 2-Y.O., of 150, over five furlongs Westminister Handicap, of j:iw, over seven furlongs 65 yards. British Empire Stakes, of 400. over II vo furlongs; Gothic Novice, of 150. over 13 furlongs: Windsor Castlo Welter (minimum 8.0), of 150, over seven furlnnirs nnrl r.a yaras. uiiksteb. e- I TVi Dominion championship in Sydney in 1952. Mr. Houlahan, an East Oakleigh bulider, has owned Sparkling Design for three months. The adjourned inquiry into D. Nolan's handling of Pact in the same race was continued yesterday, but was again adjourned until 11 o'clock this morning. Inquiry Today B. Coram, jun., driver of High Pitch, and W. McKay, driver of Bannockburn, in the November Handicap, will also appear before the stewards today. They will be asked to explain their driving tactics during the race. English 5 Lsst! : Here Tomorrow English cycling star Reg Harris will arrive in Melbourne tomorrow afternoon to race in Melbourne, Geelong and Adelaide under contract to Mr. Ted Waterford. Harris, four times world professional sprint champion, will be opposed to other international stars, Sid Patterson (Australia) and Enzo Sacchi (Italy). Harris, who will be accom panied by his wife, will make his first Australian competitive appearance in tne iatn annual grana prix at North Essendon board track on Saturday night. Together with Patterson and Sacchi, Harris will be tendered a civic reception by the mayor of Geelong West, Cr. C. A. Knight, at 5.30 p.m. tomorrow. He will be presented to the crowd at the opening carnival of the Geelong West velodrome on Thursday night. Harris will have Ills first training spin at the Essendon track on Thursday morning. Harris has had consider- Sedgman Wins Paris Final PARIS, Nov. 23 (A.A.P.). Frank Sedgman beat Pancho Gonzales, 6-1, 6-3, In the singles final of the professional lawn tennis tournament in Paris last night. His straight sets win repeated his victory over Gonzales in the London tournament Inst week. Sedgman's service nnd clever placements gnve him his easy win. Segura beat Budge, 6-4, 6-4. to take third place. Sedgman and Budge won the doubles by defeating Segura and Gonzales, 2-6, 9-7, 6-4. CYCLING TONIGHT AT 8 BOARD TRACK (At Nth. Essendon Station) NATIONAL SPRINT Featurlnsr top world itara PATTERSON (World Chump.) SACCHI filmy World Chump I H other Internal. -Aunt. Rtara. Tnpllne Omlnlnm Mutch, :lnn-rnnl. Wltrrl Knre, Coitlinrntnl CIkmUk. NOTK NKW mm HKHV1CF. lluften now run to nil Cnrnl- vam irom lieidelhent Mllltnrjr Hospital via Bell St.. through rreiion. nourit, imiwop vale, and riant to Board track. And Buaea from Kootscray. TRAINS: (Un, 6 2?, 6.57, 7.29, Btrsre: Ellgnhrlh Bt,. Op. HO. loppie Board Track Race Colin Smythe, who defeated Italian ace Enzo Sacchi in the final of the Melbourne Derby last week, may repeat the performance in the half-mile National Sprint at the North Essendon board track tonight. Twenty - two - year - old Smythe, a former amateur champion, will be opposed to leading riders, Jim Lutt-rell and Basil Halsall, in his heat. Patterson has a compari-tively easy heat, but has failed in sprint events this season. Sacchi should win his heat, although Ron Stout and Bruce Cochrane will provide stiff opposition. Four riders will contest each heat, and the winners will go on to the final. Heat draw is: 1, Sid Patterson, Ken Stewart, Harold Buttsworth, Don Ferguson; 2, Enzo Sacchi, Ron. Stout, Tom Steele, Bruce Cochrane; 3, Keith Reynolds, Stan Daly, Hec Sutherland, Kev. Marian; 4, Jim Luttrell, Basil Halsall, Colin Smythe, Alvin Cook. Patterson and Smvthe may fight out the final of the nau-mue proiessionai wheel race, which will be run in six heats and a final. Feature Race Feature of the night's racing will be the ominum match betwen Basil Halsall, Hec Sutherland and Ron Stout. The match will be decided over three stages a three-lap sprint from scratch, a one-lap time trial from a flying start, and a four-lap pursuit race. Australian professional pursuit champion Deane Whitehorn will make his Lionel Cox Arrives Soon Olympian Lionel Cox, who is considered certain of a place in Australia's team for the Empire Games next year, will arrive in Melbourne later this week. Cox will ride at North Essendon track on Saturday and Tuesday nights. His main mission in coming to Melbourne from Sydney, besides qualifying residentially for Victorian cycling teams, is to obtain a match race with national amateur track champion Ron Barclay. Cox is expected to appear at North Essendon on Saturday night. Cyclist able experience in board-track racing, but, like many overseas riders, will probably have early difficulty adapting himself to Australian tracks. SLJrl.l oUtee Summed 2pce."UNDIE SETS (SUP 6, BRIEFETTE ) JN 7y (AS ILLUSTRATED) I Mars in first Melbourne appearance at North Essendon on saiuraay nignt. Whitehorn, WHO is ex pected to severely test Patterson in pursuit races here, is expected to ride regularly at the track during the season. Geelong Opens Feature race for the opening of the Geelong West Velodrome tomorrow night will be the Geelong Derby, In which leading riders, including Patterson and Sacchi, will compete. Smythe and Keith Reynolds, Australian professional track champion, will meet in a three-heat match race. India's "Test" Team Chosen NEW DELHI, Nnv. 23, New Delhi's Vinoo Man-kad, India's best all-rounder, is included in the Indian team for the second unofficial Test against the Commonwealth touring team starting at Bombay on December 3. P. R. TJmrigar, who led India to victory in the first "Test" will again captain the side. The four changes from tha first "Test" are: Mankad, C. V. Gadkari. Jasu Patel and G. R. Sunderam replacing P. Roy, L. Apte, Ghulam Ahmed and Arjun Nayudu. The changes are expected to strengthen the bowling without weakening the batting. The inclusion of Sunderam strengthens the pare attack, while the other three, along with Gupte, will make up a formidable band ol spinners. Gadkari has already impressed with a fine all-round performance playing for North Zone against the visitors at Amritsar last week. A.A.P. T.K.O. Win in New Zealand WELLINGTON, Nov. 23. Barry Brown, New Zealand professional welterweight champion and In the running for the British Empire title challenge, beat Bert Hornby (Australia) by a t.k.o. in. the eighth round of a scheduled 10-round bout in Dunedin tonight. Hornby was nn match for the brilliant Brown, who scored his 12th successive win. Brown will meet Empira champion Gerald Dreyer in Wellington in January. (A.A.P.) Croquet SANDiuNfiimf. in.:m: ci- worth v. Pollers. JoliiLsim v. ntu Kfr. Prdty V. O'Neill. Edward V, Meltlnc r:lO: Rrocrs v. O'Neill, riilllet v. Johnson, GatlK v. Rums. Ellis V. Cleworth (prov.l. 'J.:ill: Pretty v Dnmelly. Edwards v. Dean. Gatln v. Cltlller, M.'lllnes f. Waters. WAItl I'.KMl. Tournnmrat on Thursday, starting 10.39 n.m. Visitors welcome. - VVf - Vsirl! - I Aiir nil : UlUVE )ILA j Boxed ! Slip has full a skirt, lace flouncing I with matching bra and ribbon strops. J Brief ette has match- a ing lace inserts and I shaped banded legs- ! SW, W, OS, Whiie.S Peach, Blue Gold, I only 3211 set. " LAYBY! : i

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