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. NOVEMBER 28, 19 PAGE 40 The Sun-Herald Sports Section fgf Bill MTTiM 11 Berwick In Form After Trip Abroad HARRY BERWICK, former State amateur champion, playing in his first tournament since his English tour, had rounds of 71 and 72 at Elanora last week-end. He' was playing in the popular 1. K.' Harrison memorial . trophy . game, in Which amateurs partner professionals over 36 holes against par. He started brilliantly, being four under par for the first 14 holes. Barry Warren and Ron Menzies, now a store professional won with a solid 6 up score. ' Warren struck a patch five under for seven holes and finished the afternoon round with three birdies and an eagle. This has been one of War- N.S.W. FIRE BRIGADES VACANCIES EXIST ON THE PERMANENT STAFF FOR FIBEMEIU THE FIRE BRIGADE often a secure and attractive career to young mcnof good physique who are British Subjects, over 21 and under 30 years of age and at least 5" 7" in height EXCELLENT CONDITIONS and opportunities for advancement . COMMENCING SALARY RATE, 1418 per week .with tegular increments to the rank of Senior Fireman at 1618. with further substantial promotions to Officer rank. OTHER AMENITIES include free uniforms, 4 weeks . annual leave, liberal sick leave, long service leave and pension on retirement or prior Incapacity POSSESSION OF A MOTOR DRIVER'S LICENCE Is essential. FULL PARTICULARS may be obtained , by writing to or upon personal application at the Office of the Board of Fire Commis sioners of N.S.W., 213 Castle-reagb Street, Sydney. W. OSBORNE, Secretary. SIXTY POUNDS DEPOSIT FOR YOUR HOME AND LAND AND ARCHITECT'S FEES INCLUSIVE When erected 310- to 210- per week .This offer is made by St. Elmo Estate No. 3 for Aust. . Ex-servicemen ONLY. One hour from Sydney Fares 83 per week. Water, Electricity, Sewer. Roads with K. and G. . Large shopping centre, modern hotels, theatre, baby - health centre, parks, showground, tennis, golf, bowls, local swimming. Also one hour to surfing beaches. All churches, schools and High School. Beautiful, grassy, elevated blocks Views for miles. Phenomenal residential and Industrial development. See the ultra-mod. homes to 2,750 In value under construction and completed for delighted owners who have built under this plan. WHAT OTHERS HAVE DOME YOU CAN DO ! 1 Inspect Saturday!, Sundays, Monday, Thttn-day. Our cart meet all trains. V ST. ELMO ESTATES 93 BROUCHTON STREET, CAMPBELLTOWN ren's most successful seasons. He won the St. Michael s title, reached the semi-finals of : the. State championship and was selected in the State team. COMPETITORS would V- Kb ,o see the Harrison event take a more prominent place in our golfing calen dar. Coming at the end ot the season, it invanaoiy ciasnes with a richer purse and the field is weakened. This year Norman von Nida, Kel Nagle and Eric Cremin were in Tasmania. The Harrison trophy is the onlv event we have" where amateurs and proressionais play as partners. It is one of the : iolliest tournaments of the year with Jim Broad-bent as the perfect host and deserves more encouragement SSIE" PICKWORTH, v runner-up in both events, fared best of the Australian professionals in this year's Ampol tournaments. His share ot the prize-money and gate takings was 842611, according to an announcement by Ampol. Peter Thomson won 72026 for Jiis Melbourne victory: and. Kel Nagle 628- 1 for equal third in Sydney and equal second in Melbourne. American "Dutch" Harrison, who was under a 5.000 dollar guarantee, qualified for most prizemoney 9501310 for his first in Sydney and fifth placing in Melbourne. P.G.A. funds received 8699625 per cent, of the gate takings. Total distribution ,was 5,607196. . o -(SHosq Diane won the Sydney Flying Squadron race on the Harbour yesterday when the. breeze freshened on the. final work to Chowder Head. Diane beat Sylvia Too by 5s with Myra 8s away third. Tiger Too led around the Sow and Pigs from Diane with Sylvia Too third. On the spinnaker run to Shark Island, Sylvia Too had taken the lead from Diane. However, Diane jibed better at this mark and took the lead, which it maintained to the finish. Myra came home well over the final mile to be narrowly beaten in her first race. SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON Victor Emerson Handicap: Diane (A. Johnson), 8m. I; Sylvia Too (H. Balkweli). 8m. 2; Myra (W. Barnett), 30s, 3. Then came Jant-zen Girl, Tiger Too, Sam Lands, Jan. H. C. Press, Penelope, Nerang, and Scamp.' 5s, 8s. CONNELL'S POINT. Honey (C. Graham), 4VS, 1; Classic (R. Young), scr., 2; Salome (K. tv-eritt), 19m, 3. Fastest time: Classic. DRUMMOYNE Victory Too (H. Tutt), 8V4m, 1; Thunder IR. Howry), mm. 2; Action II (W. Dalton). lm, 3. 25s. Fastest time: Thunder. DOBROYD POINT. V.J's: Alcedo (J. Payne), 6m, 1; C. S. 1. (N. Walters), lO'im, 2; Black Magic (E. Everitt), scr.. 3. 5m. Im 50s. V.S. Forard Hand Race: Fortune (J. Fowler), scr., 1; Swift (A. Sterrett), 3m. 2; Meral (R. Ridley). 3m. 3. 45s. lm 40s. GREENWICH. V .J., 1st heat of club championship: Robo (P. Robinson), 1; Blue Beau (C. Ditche-burn), 2; Stornaway (B. Kelly), 3. Then came Lilly A, Tiki Tu. Storm Cloud, Kestral and Rantant, and G'Gong. 4m, Im. Handicap: Robo, 5m, 1; Blue Beau, 5m, 2; Rantant (T. Studds), 7m, 3. Kestral (W. Ashton), 5m, 4. 16-foot skiffs: Dorric Too (E. Griffiths), MVzm, I; Viking (J. Merrington), 6m, 2;' Quest (T. Denby), scr., 3. lm. 6s. RIVER CLUB Ladies' Day, iz-tooters: uiiqutta (Miss J. nan left). Ilm. 1: Rosie (Miss R. Llovd Owen). 8m, 2; Flying Fish (Mrs. D. Abel), 10m, 3. 43s; 21s. Next to finish, Talismen, Intrique and Aeolus. Fastest time, Rosie. V.J.s: Fiesta (Miss J. McDonald), 20m, I: Joyce (Miss J. Duboix), 18m, z Shadow (Miss, L. Pownall). 13m 3. 3m Is; 6m 59s. Next to finish, Rio Rita. Diane. Domino. Fastest time, Diane. SEAFORTH MOTHS. Cooke trophy, heat I: Beemac (B McConachy), I; Flving Cloud (K Waller). 2: Wait-N-C (R. Jenvev) 3. 3m 55s: 15s Fastest time. Fram II ASOUITH. Final Mostvn shield: E. Rigney and L. Evers (Botany), beat R. Harriett and R. Lloyd 5 and 4. Stableford: W. Ross (14). 33. AUSTRALIAN. Visitors' foul ball v par: Mrs. A. M. Watson and R. McAuley. 7 up; G. Hartigan and Mrs. Barticr, 6 up; Miss N Sullivan and J. (J. Dutt, 5 up; Mrs. K. Dorrington and Mr. K. Dorring- ton, 4 up. A VONDALE. Four ball v oar: J. Dulhunty (8), and K. Sands (8), it) up. scratch: c u. urimn a no C R. Milne, 3 down. - - BALCOYVLAH. Par. A: E. Whitehead (9), 5 up. B: I. Gollan (13). 2 up. C: R. Ferris (20), 2 up. bainkstuwn. staoietora: a: I. Gulihanty (8), 40. B: M. John-son (14), 40. C: V. Rootsey (19), BAY VIEW. Members' stable-ford: L. Duncan (17), 36. CARNARVON Stableford: L. H. Johns (16). 43. A: J. Cameron (9), 40. B: N. C. Swan (15), 39 C: C. Horton (20). 43. CABRAMATTA. 1 8 hole stroke. social club championship: A. Mel ville, hi. Kunner-up: t. Hunt, i. Handicap: P. Grayson (29), 63. Runner-up, J, Holmes (28). 64. First nine: F. Bragg, 34. Second nine: D. Sprod, 27. CRONULLA. Invitation four ball stableford: L. Hannon (16), and J. Lozelle (13), 44. Members: H. Betts (17), and L. Evans (14), 43. A. Power (12), and J. Collins (7), 43. BEXLEY. Par: H. Smith (10). 2 up. A: J. Burke (II), square. B: A. Howard (14), 1 up. C: A. Selwin (19), I down. BEVERLEY PARK. Four ball, stroke, oft par: L. Jackson (17) ana G. White (12), 58. BONNIE DOON. Stableford. par. A: L. Bromley (2), 37; T. Wood (4), 37; A. Renshaw (7), 37; M. Kemp (8), 37; G. Dennett (8), 37 . B: L. Treeweeke (11), 36; D. Potter (14). 36; D. Rottan (14). 36. C: C. Pool (18), 40. BONDI. Par: J .McLean (8), 3 up; O. C. Davis (11), 2 up; B. Warren (8). square. CAMMERAY. Stableford. A: L. Orr (II), 37. B: A. Storry (14), jy. i: w . Kciuy u, jo. CASTLECOVE. Stableford: H Townsend - (36). 36. , Associate, slaoicloro: s, snrouster (36), 36, chatswood. Four ball v par: K. Horrocks (4). and R. G. Forsayth (13), 7 up; C. Benjamin (10), and B .Tindale (14), 6 tin. CROMER. Par. A: P. H. Davis (6). 1 up. B: O. Haynes (11), 5 up. C: R. Walters (20). sauare. CONCORD. Par,' A: D. W. Macpbcraon (4), 1 up. B: C. B. . .. Ifflqg DpcKmir .ISlcnce PALM BEACH, V.I.. 2nd heat. Swain trophy: - Viking Star (K. Plumb). 16m. 1: Omesa (L. s- daile), lO'Am,' 2: Kuppa (Miss D. Stephens), scr., 3. Zm 17s; 44s. Fastest time. Kuppa.' ST. GEORGE. 16ft . skiffs: Gamble (K. Shepherd), 1; Nereis (W. Inmann), 2; Marny (L. Riley), 3; Euchre (W. SchailD, 4. Jus; 27s; 2s. : NORTHBRIDGE. V.J.: Man-rauder (K. Humphries), 5m, 1; Scotia (D. Bellamy), 5m, 2; Cosmic (J. Bolliger), 13m, 3. 2m 20s; 4m 56s. Then came Sirene, Decoy. K.C., Kiwi. Query II disqualified. MANLY. 14ft, club point score race: Restless (A. Rann), 1; Valkyrie (C. Hogarth), 2; Rainbow (H. Pollard). 3. ST. GEORGE VJ. 2nd heat club championship: Fairy (I. Steven-' son), l; Marie-H (U. House), i Dot-C U. Patterson), 3. Won by Im 6s; lm 50s. Handicap: Patricia (L. McNicol), 1; U-Dear (V. Maroney). 2; Neptune (W Wilson), 3. Won by 3m: 2m tus. MANLY 16 FOOTERS. Sheet-hands' Trophy: Encourage (C. Betts), 5m, I; Reject (L. Monk-house), . scr., 2; Rona III (J. Jamie-son), 9m, 3. Won by 57s; lm 13s. Fastest time: Reject. PORT JACKSON 15ft SKIFFS. Jeanette II C. Lawson), 7m, 1; Alice III (A. Ackermann). 3m, 2; Clipper (A. McGuincss). Ilm. 3. 5s; lm 58s. Fastest time: Alice 111 BALMORAL. 12ft. V.J.: Second heat ot Cruise trophy: Valiant Too (K. Kanaaii), im, i; uanjar u Burne), scr, 2; Jet (R. Hart). 4Vim retired. lm 14s. Fishing has brightened generally following the adverse winds of last week. " Most species ptesent in recent weeks are on the bite, and reasonable catches could be mode. BOTANY BAY: The grounds trom Cook's River to Ramseate, and a line roughly midway between these points and Bunnerong, are suggested as likely to produce catches of flathead. Rounder and whiting. These spots fished well prior to the strong winds last week. COWAN: Points recommended tor general fishing are Cotton Tree. Apple Tree Bay and Smith's Creek. Nice size jewfish are being landed at popular spots, with black bream present in fair numbers Good bream catches could be expected at night, on the rising tide. GEORGE'S RIVER: Although catches ol flathead, . black bream and whiting are being made, prospects look bright for the iewfish angler. ' This species has appeared in reasonable numbers, ranging from Jewfish Point, up the river to the waters at One' Tree Point. HAWKESBURY RIVER: Some Kerr (14). 3 up. N. Simonson (17), CUMBERLAND. Invitation four bail stableford. invitation: R. Smith (5), and J. Rodney (15), 46. Mcmocrs: J. Bone (11) and K. Blue (8). 43. Scratch: T. Edwards and R. Jennings, 40. DUNHEVED. Medal, A grade: K. Cross (8). 68. B: E. Dunn (20), 66 C: N. Gerling (29), 67. EASTLAKES. Visitors' Day, four-ball v par: T. Quinn, P. Newman, 8 up, beat A. Kneller, R. Prostear. 8 up. on count back. Scratch: J. Lewis, V. Quirk, 3 down. Members' trophy: C. Crockett (15). 2 up. ELANORA Four ball v par: L. E. Philips (13), W. S. Friend (13), 7 up; K. P. Storey (17). T. Hal-stead (11). 7 up. EAST HILLS. Mixed four-ball v par: R. Valler (18), Mrs. Bowcn (16), 15: R. Murphy (IS), Mrs Crush (18). 15. GORDON. A: L. Roads (3), 2 up on count-back from C. Potts (10), 2 up. B: W. Haystock (15). 1 up; R. Gilmore (7), 1 down. KILLARA Par, A: W. J. Welch (2), 1 down; E. H. Bastian (4), 1 down. B: J. D. Stanners (13), 1 up; E. H. Hyde (12), square; V. E. Smylhe (10), square. C: J. F. Fenwick (14), 1 up; S. M. Cooper (19), 1 up. KOGARAH. Four-ball Stableford: D. Williams (10), C. O'Neill (15), 46; N. Gould (21), E. Matthews (23), 46, to play-off. - LANE COVE. Stroke, monthly medal: R. E. Crawford (24), 56; W. T. Conroy (25). 56. LONG REEF. Par, A: I. W. Jones (9), 1 up. B: W. Knistel (13), 2 up. C: 1. T. Wheeler (17). square. MARRICKVILLE. Bingham Trophy: R. Thomas, P. Knott beat S. Arrow, I. Noble. 2 and 1. J, Eddgton Trophy: W, Bryan (11), 4 up, and H. Kershaw (3). 4 ud, to play-off. P. Jackson Memorial Trophy: A. Preston, 2 up. MONASH. Invitation four-ball stableford: G. Press (9), H. Var-coe (Bonnie Doon) (11). 46. MUI RFIELD. Stroke: R. Onion (27), 65. NEW BRIGHTON. Invitation four-ball par: G. Nelson B. Davis (Kyde-Parramatta), 11 up; G, Nelson, F. West (Ryde-Parramatta). 9 up. Members: J. Lahiff and S Blundell. II uo. . MOORE PARK. Stableford: A; Holmes (6), 40; A. Hacks (ll), 40. N.S.W. Stableford. A: K. Knowlson (8). 41; B, Fleming (6), 4i. o: t. see (iz, J7. c: M, R. Clarke (16). 3ft. NORTHBRIDGE. Stableford: A. Dennett (20), 32; B. Godfrey LANE COVE. VJ.. first heat club championship: Dolphin (A. Thane), 1; Yileena (G. Burbury), 2: Black Swan (A. Lamb), 3. 45s; 16m 15s. Fastest time: Dolphin. LANE COVE. 12ft skiffs. 1st heat club championship: Valkyrie (H. Barrett), 1; Mercier (E. Doran), 2; Unique (P. Newman), 3. 37s; lm 48s. RANDWICK AMATEUR. 1st heat club championship: Flimpy (E. Gamble). 1; Ginger Meggs (J. Pike). 2. Minnie (K. Graham), 3. Handicap: Flimpy, 1; Ginger Meggs. 2; Minnie, 3. Fastest time: Flimpy MOSMAN V.S.'s . handicap: Scuse Me, 1; Hot Spot C. Glan-rv. 1: Roeer (G. N. Mills). 3. Fatten: Scuse Me. lh 49m 14s. V.j.'s, flying start: Courant (Miss J. Stanford), l; Naraman, n Akela. 3. Fastest time: Courant. 2h 0m 20s. MIDDLE HARBOUR 16-FOOT SKIFFS. Crew's Trophy, heat 3: H.Y. (R. Wadham), 1; Rival (T. Atkins), 2; Intrigue (K. Beashell), l Won hv 45s: 50s. Fastest time: Imp V (R. Hendry), lh 52m 17s. Motor Boats nrtVAI. MOTOR YACHT CLUB. Rose Bay, Cruiser Tro- Rhy: Winston (H. Williams), t; lerida (C. Wcetherall), 2; Minna-murra (Rear-Commdr. J. Wolsely), 3. Speedboat Trophy. Sandra, I; Cyril Raymond Speedboat Trophy: Mark 1., 1. ' large jewfish are being landed here, and flathead have been reported present at many points. Between Pumpkin Point and the railway bridge, black bream anglers are obtaining good catches both day and night. MIDDLE HARBOUR: Reasonable catches of red bream and black bream are being obtained in the inner waters. The grounds of the outer waters have been fishing well for flathead and flounder, and these species should again be evident. PORT HACKING: For general fishing in these waters. Ballast Heap, Ship Rock, Lilli Pilli and Deer Park are suggested as likely places. With better weather, fishing should improve here as black bream and whiting are in reasonable numbers. SYDNEY HARBOUR: Catches of blackfish are increasing in the harbour, and black bream appear to be fairly plentiful, although timid at times. Adverse conditions spoilt outside fishing on some days last wcck, out nice size snapper and flathead, were landed. JOHN DORY. (20), 32. A: S. Townsend (8), 39. n: Losgrave (17). 39. NORTH RYDE Slahlrfnrit- H. Bradshaw (9), 36, on count back from M. Rogers (16), 36. OATLANDS. Par. A: R. Grime (6), 2 up; W. M. Coffey (10), 2 up. B: S. C. Meakin (13). 1 uo: H. L. Taylor (14), 1 up. C: H. W. Lus- combe (15), 2 down; H. B. Shep-haid (15). 2 down; C. B. Mce (19). 2 down; C. J. Byrnes (17), i oown. PYMBLE. Stableford. A: R Walker (8). 39. B: A. R. Clarke (13). 36. C: A. J. Murray (17) 35. on count back from W. A Planner (17), 35, and G. Martin (20), 35. PENNANT HILLS. President's team v captain's team: President's team won 19-14. 4 ball v par: President's team: G. Travis (19). E. Cameron (18), 13 up. Captain's learn: r. u Barron ui), w. neat-tie (II). 9 uo. Lone drive: Dr J. McKessar. 291 yds. Closest to pin ai vin: u. oucst. RUSELANDS. Four ball aggregate . stableford handicap: M. Waueh (12). C. Ho veach (17). 71 President's team beat captain's team, it to II). ROSEVILLE. Invitation four ball v par: A. Still (8), D. Mc-Kinlay (16). 12 up: P. Montgomery (17), G. Overall (20), 11 up. Best scr. score: J. King, J. C. Garrity, I down. Members: M. Clarke (17), L Myerson (18), 8 up. ROYAL SYDNEY. Canadian foursome par: R. C. Smith, C. A Alexander (11). 2 uo: W. L. Mac donald, T. E. Spark (8), 2 up; G. A. Crouch. G. T. Larrilt (8), 2 up. RYDE-PARRAMATTA. Cana dian foursome: B. Liu-S. Baker (12), 41 ; K.. uray-o. Jones (9), 39. THE LAKES. Monthly medal, A: A. S. Peters-(12). 67; B: W. Gunn (16), 70. C: B. MacPherson (23). 69. ST. MICHAEL'S. Par A: N. Weeks (2). 1 up. B: W. McCoy (10). 4 up. C: J. Hearne (18), 5 UD. STRATHFTELD. Final Butten-shaw shield: Cumberland beat New Brighton 3 and 1. Visitor's day 4 ball best ball par: R. Wren (14)-P. MacPherson (20), 10 up. Members: D. Lcishman (5)-D. Ring (15), 7 UD. WAHROONGA. Par event for 50- and over: H. Horton (14), square: J. Shaw (15). 1 down; L. McDonald (17), 3 down. Under 50: R. Mark (6), 2 up; D. Donald son uj. i up; a. tioaterne ivi, sauare. WOOI.LAHRA. Handicap y par a: i. narrcnger (ii). s up. t; T. A. Jones (13), 3 up. PRO. TITLE GOES TO SEDGMAN PERTH, Saturday. Frank Sedgman won the first Australian professional tennis singles championship at Subiaco Oval to-day. . , He beat Pancho Segura in three thrilling sets. Segura looked set for his second big upset in two days when he won the first set 7-5. But it was a different Sedgman in the second set as he forced Segura into errors with powerful sideline shots. In the third set Segura showed his real fighting qualities, but Sedgman answered him in convicing style winning 5-7, 6-3, 6-4. World professional champion Richard Gonzales was beaten 6-3, 6-3, by Dinny Pails. Ken McGregor beat Max Bonner, 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. ' ANZAC RANGE 20 shots at 900 yards A.G.M. F. Marshall, 92; J. Picken, 90; A. Holland, 89; J. Russell, W. Mead, 87; W. Jones, 7. ANNANDALE. J. Javes, 93: F. H. Howarth, 92: F. Schofield, 90; W. Hallahan, A. waylano, r. Morris. 89. BANKSTOWN. J. Climes, 97; r Md av. 95: F. C. Dehn. 93; E. Foster 91; R. Turner, K. Chap man, 90. CHULLORA RETD. SOLDIERS, N. Osborne, 92; W. Youngs, 89; B. Morris, 87; T. Arnold. M. Morris; 80. . CONCORD. U. Kooeris, ;.!.. u.n-knn. Qf: A. Rav. 93: W. Cut- ir oi- i Priiidlf. D Loon. 90. EDGECLlr r . D. Kooinson, F. Fergusson, J. Miller, 92; L. Per- rfin. 87: I-. Agate. 1. ning, it. HURSTVILLE' V.D.C. 14 shots: K. Thompson, W. Adey, 61; A. Parker. 60: IN. uuncum, J. c.. Q. n I Mntrav. 58. MOSMAN-NEUTRAL BAY. F. Mason, 93; r . Mcuermott. R.. lcc, O-). U Rrmnn. A McDonald. K Roche. J. Norquay, . 9i; fc. rui- l,nN.S.W. POLICE. J. Fraser, 96: L. McCarty, 92; f. uoorman, T. Lawman, J. Buchanan, 90; K. Davis. J. Healy..8. ' PARR AM A 1 1 A. u. rniuips. -i v. as- n r.ihhs. 94: u. Kin n oi. n rVNeill. 92: R. Ham son.'T. Osmotherley, 91; J. Halli A-i on RAIL. ANU I KAMa u Kearns. 93; E. Parkes. V. Andrews 07: Inr Kirkwood. R. Laing, O SUTHERLAND. U. anepneru at. d v-riin Q?! 1 Bird. o. rat tensen, 91; w. mra. w; r. v,u- ''nR' 59- r.,,rn 8YurNr.Tr wuiim .ui,vi t Unrnnn. 93: L. HumDhrevs m- w r-.rman. 84: C. Rowell, 82, cviVkil-v mnnniiB TRUST. A. Robinson, 93; R. Stewart,; ii u. uunn. ov; J. maun, Dalmrr ! W Ziems. 85. SYDNEY. L. Turner, u. uauey Nnnhrv. 92: D. Denham, H Smith, L. Shearim, 91; D. Watts, R. Hall, 90. SYDNEY NAVAL. A. Burrows, 96; G. Lovett, 91: D. Connors, L. Woodhill, 88: D. McCredie, 87; K. Hilditch, R. Yeatman, 86. YORKSHIRE. L). rowell, B. Hutchins. B. Nelson, 94; N. Johnson, 92; G. Martin, D. Lamb, C. Nicholson. 91. . MARRICKVILLE. C. Blatch 94, W. Goldsmith 93, M. Morgan 92, D. Watson 92. E. ware 9U. R.. Perran 87, J. Payne 85, C. McGlin- chy 85, B. match 84, C Morrison 83, D. Goodwin 83, J. Bowtell 82, M. Thomas 81, F. Williams 80, K. Ware 79, K. McNamara , R. Porter 76. T. Pearce 71. A. Lawrence 63. METROPOLITAN RAILWAYS: W. Smith, 95; R. Clark, 93; D. Chark, 93; R. Fleming, 93; R. Martin, 93; M. Mctvoy, ?i n. Deans. 92: W. Wilson. 92; B. Stockwell, 92; L. Bccus, 92; H. Squires, 91; . Bcgoie. 9i; o. Rutley, 91. CHATSWOOD 20 shots at 800 yards. CHATSWOOD. D. Leisk, 99; R. Brookfleld, C. Dodd, 97; J. Ferguson, R. Marshall, J. Whitman, 96; W. Harding, P. Povitt, G. Vassalls, 95. D. Leish put on 30 consecutive bulls. A record for the Chatswood range. HORNSBY. W. May, 98: A. Dodds, 97; J. Yanz, P. Easterway, 89. MANLY. J. Pemberton, 95; G. Gartrcll, 94; A. Bird, 93; S. Cum-mings, 92; J. Sheridan, 90; J. Findlayson, 89; L. Forge, J. Lindsay, 88. ROSEVILLE. K. Baldick, 99; F. Rayner, 94: J. Cox, 93; F. Scott. 88; H. Whitworth, 84. NORTH SYDNEY. G. Prince, 98; N. Harwood. 95; N. Peek, 93; A. Hammond, 92; F. Shelley, L. Hall. 91. ARMY SHOOT Sydney High School cadets 489, United Service Institution 453, 45th Battalion 427. R.A.A.F.. Regents Park, 366, 45th Battalion No. 2 team, 329, R.A.N.R., No. 1 team 311, r.a.n. K. Mo. z team siu, Roval N.S.W. Lancers 296, R.A.E.M.E. 194, 1st Field Fcgi- ment 238. INDIVIDUAL TROPHIES Major Eagleson, Royal N.S.W. Lancers. 48: S.Sst. Reece, R.A.E.M.E., 47: Captain Driver, U.S.I. 46; Cpl. Burton, R.A.E.M.E., 44; Cadet Antill, 45th Bin., 43; Cpl. Desborough, R.A.A.r., 40, BREN GUN COMPETITION: S.Sgt. Reece and Sgt, Jackson K.A.E.M.E., 148. If BY DORISGK THE discovery of a pc in any; sport is always matter of interest. Just as interesting is ( story of how the champi was introduced to the pai cular sport. A few months aao M M. Mitchell's only inten in archery was the fact tr her neighbour, Mrs. Connell, was an enthibi; and an archer of note. Mrs. Connell, clout Sta title holder, induced M Mitchells young si Robert to try bis hand archery. When he showed promi: his father tried his hand making equipment as hobby to encourage t boy. Mrs. Mitchell became i terested in the equipmei and in trying it out d played ability with the bo In less than six mont she has reached first-gra standard, and is expected make a strong bid for place in the City of Sydn championships on Decemt 5 and 19. Son Robert, also in I first season, has more than good chance of winning t juvenile mixed champic ship for children under years. THE Bowling Associali granted affiliation three Bew country clubs its meeting last Wednesd: bringing the total atliliatio of new country clubs eighteen since the end June. The new clubs are Condobolin, Glen lnnes ai Cardiff. No.4 HOW TO PLAN NARROW STRIPS .a 'v cur 'tin nrx of WOOD AND FASTENED TO BENCH TOP WITH NAILS SCREWS OR CLAMP A'V'cul in a block of wood on the bench holds long, narrow strips securely. U a Pope lore or jointer plan Whether ihe shavings to b taken off are thick and coarsa or tissue fine, you will find Ihe quick "3-Way Adpi menl" on your Pope Plans makes accuracy certain. H adjustable frog on a Pop plane gives the most effedwt width of mouth and ihe ke Rockwell hardness-leilM culling iron can be adiuslaj lor depth and evenness of cut Pope Planes are Made in Australia '& Guaranteed k 12 months by Pope ProduCi Limited "7! J. ' S AU STOMS f

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