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ArKH. 1, 1951 The Sunday Herald Sporting Section r ACE EUVBN RELAXING AFTER TOUGH RACE 1 ffo form ThTF .J Leading Officials , i 4f J. rw ---i2C-r, v Wot Opposed JITETROPOL.it AN and country clubs were well represented at the annual meeting of the N.S.W. Women's Basketball Assocbition. . THE SUCCESSFUL Newingtori crew rests on its oars and watches the King's narrowly beat Sydney High for second place. Scene from the schools' maiden fours at Riverview Gold Cnp regatta yesterday. . is. J?OR two years keen judges have argued back and forth as to whether jockeys are good judges of form. Each side trill snap at this story. Last Monday night jockey Neil Watterson telephoned trainer Jack Connick seeking the ride on Beau China in Wednesday's Point Piper Handicap. He argued that he knew the horse and would be a good thing to win on him. He was asked to ring back next day as no decision had been finalised about a rider. He phoned twice on Tuesday, was finally told that the connections bad decided on Jack Thompson who, after thinking it over, agreed to take the mount The disconsolate Watterson, unfashionable on Thompson standards, reckoned himself to be Sydney's unluckiest jockey. Beau China was heavily backed from 7-1 to 9-2 in the Point Piper Handicap, only to be beaten half a neck by the 2S-1 outsider, Johnny Zero. Cormick, turning away as the numbers went up, asked a friend: "Who rode the winner?" He was told: "Neil Watterson." -Watterson had fluked the Johnny Zero ride on the course. Invasion OC If.L. Strongholds AT their meeting last Monday, Rugby League administrators bad a lot or bitter mates ro say about a certain Brian Palmer. Mr. Palmer, a former grazier from Wellington, N.S.W., is also a member of the Rugby Union manaeement committee and a directing force in that code's schools' committee. . What is riling the League is that he has swung almost every school on the North Shore over to Rugby Union. More recently he has invaded the League's own strongholds of Balmain and Newtown wnere ne has induced four schools to introduce Union. As one flustered League official put it "It's not cricket-" How To Win At Raring BOOKMAKERS are reported to have won half a million pounds over the first two days ot tne syooey lup meeting. By the prices they bet in some of the races on Wednesday .they made it clear tbey had no intention of giving any of it back. Just examine them: All Aged Stakes. 11 to 8 Achilles, 7 to 4 Oversight, 5 to 2 Donegal, 50 to 1 Royal Assignment (only starters). Cumberland Stakes. 6 to 4 Midway, 7 to 4 Playboy, 2 to 1 Freedom (only starters). Wisely He Took Wallis's Ad vice FRANK MEIZER, a grazier from GooDdiwiixH (Q.) came to Sydney this month to see the Royal Show and the yearling sales. But he had another purpose. He had read a par. of mine about the ignominious departure from boxing of veteran referee Joe Wallis. He said: "I fought four preliminaries under Joe Wallis back in 19J2. I thought I was going to be another Les Darcy. "After my fourth bout Wallis sent for me. He said. 'Son. give this game away. You're no good and you're going to get your brains knocked out. "I took his advice and went back to the farm. To-day rm in the money. Why don't they give Wallis a benefit as a send-off. They can count on me for a donation and I might surprise them what I can throw in. That is Meizer's thought, but it is an idea. Sedgman Wins Hardcourt Title Frank Sedgman won the singles title in the Australian hardcourt tennis championships at Laun- ceston yesterday. He beat D. Candy in straight sets. Results: Men's singtest F. Sedgman beat D. Candv. 6-3. 6-2. 6-2. Waasra's Hatha: Mix J. Fitch beat Miss B. Penrose. 4-6. 7-5. 6-1. Miira doable: F. Sedgman-Miss I. Filch beat O. Candy-Miss Penrose, 6-2. 6-0. Jaaior boys' slacks: K. Roscwall beat L. Hoad. 6-1. 2-6. 6-3. Jaaior boys' doables: RosewaU-Hoad beat Cawthorn-Frascr, 6-3. 6-2. Jaaior (iris' slacks: Miss M. Wallace beat Miss M. Carter. 6-1. 5-7. 9-7. Jaaior girls' doables: Miss M. Carter-Miss N. Cooper beat Miss M. Wallacc- Miss I. uonognuc, o-i, a-i. RandwickCrushes Gordon Defence Randwick, scoring six tries "to one, surprised with the ease of its win over Gordon in the Rugby Union trial at Randwick yesterday. Randwick was superior in all departments, except goal-kicking, winning by 23 to 15. The Cordon backs lacked confidence under pressure, fumbling vital passes and missing tackles. An exception was five-eighth Ken Hopkins, who alone showed ability to pene trate. Randwick lock forward Keith Cross figured in several brilliant movements with five-eighth Em-merson and winser Ramsay. RANDWICK, 23 (Ramsay 2. Payne. Wtnoimt. Emmcrsoa. Cross, tries; Booth. nn Mill. Ileal (GORDON. 15 (Tes- toni try. McCarthy 2 pen. goals, Milae 2 pen. goals). Cardan. 14. beat aagnin, y. Cmlsn, 6,'beat angiitis- 3. I EAST TRIUMPHS Eastern Suburbs was much too good for University at Rushcutter Bay. winning 12-3, and scoring four tries to one. East half -track O'Reilly played a fast, astneking game, and combining well with Lazarus, had nil back line constantly on the attack. Baxter. Carroll and Newton led East's nack. which beat Univer sity in rucks and lineouts and broke even in the scrums. staaTVBN KITBIWRS. 12 a. Carroll. N. Hayes, C. Kingsmill, C. Schober tries) beat UNIVERSITY, 3 CJ. Solomon try). Eastern Saharas. 6 (D. Polvbank. O. Bird tries) beat Ualverrsty, nil. Easam Sahara! (Norman. Scotia. La Forest tries) beat unmeant, ft uaar-wood. Nash tries). Fasti rn Swbnrbs. 3 ID. Nolan try) drew with UnlnsasBj, J o. Santa try). Union premier Manly won its fifth successive trial match when it beat Northern Suburbs. 25-8, before a crowd of 5,000 at Manly Oval. Manly was shaded in the line outs and in the backs, but the team's strong all-round play prevailed. The Northern backs stood well up to their opponents, but the Manlv backs and forwards co operated well to cut holes in then- defence. uaniv. rJ Rich 2. C. Eastes. I. G wynne. K. Cochrane tries; W. Barry Tennis Details EASTERN SUBURBS OPEN CRAM PIONSHIP (at Kensuartoal Men's Singles: M. Anderson a fi. Kirov, a-o, 7-5; O. Worthingtoa v N. Snellgrove, 6-2. 6-0; R. McCarthy a D. Weston. 6-2, 6-2: K. McGregor a B. Readc, -0, The championships will be continued to-day. Main matches in the afternoon arc between J. H. CTawtoro-u. tniano, K. McGregor-M. Anderson and G. Wor- ihinMnn v the winner of Crawford-lff- land. Interstate womca players Mrs. D. Fogarry and Miss E. Ashlord are also on the programme. BADGE MATCHES GRADE I. Sectioa It Western Suburbs I, 7-48. beat Strathncld 2. 1-32. Section It Killara No. 2. 5-40. beat University No. 2. 3-33; Manly 2, 4-44. beat Strathncld 4. 4-39. Sectioa 3: Marrick-ville 1. 6-46. beat Strathncld 6. 2-31 GRADE 2. Section I: Neutral Bay. 4-42. beat Marrickville. 4-39; Rosebcry I. 6 sets, beat Manly 3. 2; RoscvUle 1. 6-49. beat Mosman 2. 2-34. Sectioa It Strathncld 7. 4-39. beat Western Suburbs 3, 4-32: Neutral Bay 2. 5-47. beat Killara No. 3. 3-37. Sectioa 3: Mosman 3. 6-51. beat University (4). 2-40; Killara 5. S-44. beat Marrickville 3. 3-41. Sectioa S: Mosman 3. S-50. beat Western Suburbs (41. 0-23. Grade 3. Sectioa 1: Western Suburbs. 8 acts, beat Roseville, 0; Manly 6. 4 sets, beat University. 4 sets, by 9 games; Western Suburbs 3. 8-48. beat Roseville 4. 0-18. Section 2: Marrickville 6. 8-48. beat Hunter's Hill 4. 0-9. STRATHFIELD. Manly. 5-4. beat Stralhfield. 3-38; Strathncld 3. 6-46. beat Mosman 1, 2-28: Strathncld 3. 4-51. beat Western Suburbs 2. 4-49: Strathncld 8. 5-36. beat University 5. 3-33. WOMEN'S MATCHES. Section It Merrylands. 7 sets, beat Bcccrott. 1 set: Neutral Bay. 7-46, beat Mosman I, 1-24. Section 2: Western Suburbs. 4-41, beat Mosman 2, 4-3S. nra fcutlknSSI&ii 2 . pen. goals, 2 goals), beat Northern Satarba, (S. McMunauah try. J. Pater- son, goal. pen. goal). maary, a. peal nui intra uaiiatas, s. Maaly, 14, beat. Narrhera Sabaraa, S. Manly. 32. beat Northern Saharas. 0. Winger Eddie Stanletown scored all St. George's three tries when his team beat Parramatta 9-3 at Parramatta Park. Two St. Ceorce nlavers. five- eighth Geoff Quigley and breakaway A. McDonald, left the field injured. ST. GEORGE. 9 (E. Stapletoa 3 tries), beat PARRAMATTA, 3 (G. Philpott try). of. ocwrgc a oeat I ail saiaiis, j. St. Crorae, 3 drew with Parraaaatta. 3. Domination in the forwards was mainly responsible for Western Suburbs 8-6 win over Drum-moyne, at Ashfield Park. West won most of the scrums. rucks and lineouts. WESTERN SUBURBS, I (A. Bdrar try. B. Williams goal. pen. noaD beat DRUMMOYNE. 6 (W. r-a-rmaa try, C. Wilkius pen. goal). Western Sahara, t O. McLaughlin try; E. Collins pen. goal), drew with O anjaa. 6 (E. shaddock. 3. Jaaplc- doran pen. goals). iaraaaasoyne, iz tr. Kelly. T. Baker. D. ThotnDsoB tries: K. NrwvJl nrn goal), beat Western Saaaarha. 10 ?. Pii- kingtoa. J. Powcd fries; A. WiUiaasm, T. Nortnoott goals). Westera flahaihs. f (H. Kaagar try. En. goal), beat Pi isai. 3 (A. clardie pen. goal). ANZAC RANGE SCORES Nine marksmen yesterday scored 98 and one 99 out of 100 in ideal conditions from the difficult 700 yards mark at Anzac Range. E. Clarke (Metropolitan Railways) was the highest scorer. During the afternoon 22 single stage possibles were recorded. Details: A.C.M. 20 shots: B. O'Donald. A. Moore. 93: A. Holland. 92: A. Thomas, 91; E. Wall. F. Marshall. 90. ANNANDALE. 20 shots: I. laves. 4: A. Haddon. V. Linfoot. 93: A. Wag-land, 92: F. Morris. 91 ; S. Scboneld, 90: G. Linfoot. 89; I. Culbert. 87. BANKSTOWN, 20 allots: R. Greenwood. R. Buhscll. L. Buriell. 97: A. Anthon, J. Clones. G. A. Dean, O. O. Dehn. 96: A. Meyers. 94: J. Enderlcy, R. Boyle. A. Wood, 93: N. King. 92; L. Butler. N. Fletcher. E. Reynolds, 91; B. Campbell. 90. CONCORD 20 shots: D. Loon. 98: F. Nelson. C. Arthur. W. Cutler. 97; E. Rswlings. O. Griffiths. B. McAlister, A. Brain. B Bale, W. Stuart. A. Tamblyn. OA: J Butchart. F. Brown. W. Jacksoa. 95; R. Baktock. W. Mclvor. A. Harrison. 94: D. Roberts. 93; I Harrisoa. F. Boiuer. W. Anderson. H. Lvacn. H. Fvam. 93. CHUIXORA RETURNED SOLDIERS. 20 shots: N. Osborne. 96; G. Kopi- cvsky. 93; H. King, yi; u. Kcita. w; n. Morris. 88: L. Morris. T. Arnold. 87; W. Young. 86. EOCECLIFF. 14 shots dadies' day): T. Deane. 69: P. Sims. L. Bonarais. 68; D. Gibbi. F. Ferguson. I. Miller, 67: D. Shaw. L. Perram. W. Shaw. 66: H. Mur ray. 64: A. Fcrgusnon. 63; A. Robinson. R. Murray. 61. HIIICKTVILI.E V.D.C. 20 shots: H. Wharton. E. G. Watkins, 97: A. Mat thews. 96: A. Parker, 92; G. Smith. 91; N. Phipps. E. Paull, 90: O. Mulray, 88; R. Byron, V. Newton. 87. MARRICKVILLE. 20 shots: K. Perram. 98: W. Goldsmith, 97; J. Payne, B Blatch. 95: E. McKenn. B. Carmin. G. Saunders, 94: R. McKinnan. M. Thomas. K. McNamara. 93; S. Maiim, L. Wakelin. 91. a METROP. RAIT-WAY. 20 snots: Clark. 99: Joe Kirkwood. 97: W. Smith. 97: W. Draper. S. Clarke, 94: D. Cameron. B. Ferguson. W. Wilson. J. Brain. 93: H. Crawford, G. Haigh, J. Williams. R. Whitlock. 92: R. Clarke, 91; D. Mur phy. 90: J. Royal, 89. MOSMAN -NEUTRAL BAT 20 shots: C. Foster. A. McDonald. 98: J. Bul-luss. A. J. McDonald. H. Berman. 96: J. Norguay. 95; J. McDonald, 94: L. Lloyd. J. Davidson. W. Porter. R. Nelson. 93: G. Somerville. 92; R. Evans. E. Bubb. J. Fletcher. F. Doble, E. Ford. Ol- ST Url Mt. OA N.S.W. POLICE: 20 shots: 3. Frascr. T. Lawman, 96: o. Milgate, r. Boor, man. B wilwvi. 95: R. Havward. P. Child, 94; H. Corderoy. 91; M. Mel-chior. 90: W. Hamcn. J. Healy. 89. PARRAMATTA, 20 shots; H. MM- Secretary Miss Helen Mann was returned unopposed to her position, which she has held since 1942. Miss Mann, who has not olaved basketball, is a leading authority on the sport and its administration. A hockey player of high re pute, she became interested in basketball through her connection with the "Playground Movement." Since Miss Mann's association with basketball, she has attended all Australian championships as senior N.S.W. conference dele gate, and at the last championships added the duties of Slate team manager. All-Australian umpire and selector. Anne Clarke, was also returned unopposed for a second term as president of the association.' Mrs. Pat Weston (Raleigh Park Group), Miss Madsen (Moore Park). Miss Nancy Moore (Uni versity), and Miss Hatton (North Shore) were appointed as group chairmen and vice-presidents of the association. Miss Beryl McLeod was elec ted treasurer. Basketball grading will com mence next Saturday in au groups This excludes A and A Reserve, grading for which will not commence until the following week. Coarhing Camp THE Easter coaching camp organised by the Women's HIGH tcn. E. Cornish. 98; B. Walker. H. tames. 97: R. Sadler. W. Walker. 96: J. IlolU-day. D. Kittsella. P. Osmotherley, A. winter, to; in. Bent, a Harrsson, ee E. Gitlocs. T. Kaaaar. 93. ItOBERT BURNSM swr N A.m. mm. y: H. ttardv, u. Nagie, 95; W. Pettiarew. 90: F. Haigh. 89:F. Rich. 84. . RAIL AND TRAM INfT am- R. McKinooo. R. Mathews, (7; N. Clave, A. D'Arcv. 96: D. Smalle. A Nelan. 93; K. McKiaaon, 92; F. Appletoa. J. Nelson. 91: R. Goalie. B. Carter. 19. RANDWICKv 20 shots; N. Waas. 98: D. Watson, H. Muffcu, 97; F. Howarth, 96: R. Gardner. 95: En, oa, a Wright. D. Metum. 93: I. Partes. K tv, r rox, ay. SUTHERLAND. 20 ahotr 8. de Lottgchaaap, 97; D. Shepherd. 95;' W. Gilmore. K. Rush. 93: W. Bird. T. Bidc- wcu. k. Berry, yz; It. verlka. 87; H. vesiey. r. oosling. H. wood. an. SYDNEY NAVAL "M iKr.- I Pickin. 96; E. Lawsoa. 93: I WoodhiO. L. Mctcalf. 92; G. Lovctt. 89; A. Ed- waras. no: J. Rowland. A. Borrows. 84. SYDNEY V.D.C 20 shots: A. Leal 98: H. Square. 96; A. McCarthy, 91; G. unwtn. i. ranaik. t. tjaraca, KB. SYDNEY. 20 shots: E. Wsrkint, 97; I. Ryan. D. Bailey. P. Smith, 9; I. Richarda. D. Mullcnr. H. Bye. 95; Xi Green. D. Watts. 94: R. ImuvJsJc? M. Finlay. F. Green. P. Tonklo. F. Farmer. R. Carpenter. P. Hall. 92: S. Matthews. M. Endacott. R. Hall. 91. SYDNEY HARBOUR TRUST 28 shots: A. Robinson. 95; G. Gordon. 94; J. Anderson. 92: J. Lumaden. J. Brut ion. 91; H. Gray, 90: B. Shaptcr, 89; J. Dalzkll. 87: D Jones. 86. W'iSTERN SUBURBS 20 Shots: H. Deans. 97: D. McCally. Ron Lzzy. 96; H. Braddock. R. Bates, 95: H. Linn. 93: Keith Ezzy. 90; J. Miller. 89; E. Jones. K. Aclana. 87. WUNDERUCH 20 shots: C. Water- worth. 98: J. Sands. A. Collins. 94; J. Wilson. 93: w. Hiobert. VI. YORKSHIRE 20 shots: I. Bucklcv. 97; D. Powell. A. Hulchins. K. Sin clair. 96: D. Lamb. 91: G. Mania. 89; C. Nicholson. B. Hutcnins, R. Pearcc. 88. AT CHATSWOOD 2a vanes. Saa varaa CHATSWOOD R. Haroa. D. I CM 94; H. Lamb. 9J: J. Hammond. 92: C. nodd. 91: S Bnlin. 90: P. Pavitl. C Jackson. 88: f. Kirkwood. W. Hardirsj. 87: L. Langley. 8b: J. tveu. S3; J. rer. guson. 83: A Jack. SI: H. Glllard. 80. NORTH SYDNEY R. Hinton. 85; C. Prince. 83: C. Allen. 81: H. Alien. 80. MANLY H. Holt. S. Cummins. J. Anderson. 88: C. R. Andrew. 87; L. Shcrridan, 86: D. Vote. 83: T. Hurncy. 82: R. Pavne, 81. ROSEVILLE K Baidick. 93: A. Chappie. 92: D. Mc Bride. P. Scott. 87: W. Crawford. 86: r. McLXrmott, 85: I Greenwell. 85: D. Anoel. 83: W. Arrnwunith, 81. Spoon winner: JL Hockey Association for A grade players was most successful. Fifty players attended, a large percentage being country mem-ben, mainly from the Wolloa-gong and Newcastle districts. Coaching was carried out un der the supervision of Jean Sale, assisted by Josie Montague, Jess Marshall, Shirley Harris, and Dyllis Mason all former State representatives and Bessie Rosea and Barbara Campbell. The coaches considered the standard the most promising for some time, particularly amongst the younger players. Country players, too. may attract the attention of the Stale selectors this season. Considerable interest was shown in the special coaching - Soup for goalies, supervised by rmer Australian goalie, Jessie Mcintosh. Jessie Mcintosh, together with Mrs. Cooksie and Miss Jean Sale, have been appointed State selectors for 1951. Competitions cxMruraaoce at the Woollahra Park section on April 28. On May 5. at Rushcutter Bay. the official Jubilee opening ot tba metropolitan competition will take place. ' Owing to the addition of team made up of Nereids and Teachers' College, from tba morning section, and the Mar rickville team from the Canter-bury-Dulwich Hill section, it ha been necessary to start the A grade competition earlier lint season, to cater for 10 teams. Fcnrers Gal her DURING the week, members of the Y.W.C.A. Fencing Club entertained ex-members of the club, and fencers from Swords and Riposte Clubs at a tree-play and msctusjoo evening. About IS fencers took part. and the function was so sucoca- ful that similar nights may be held regularly. The Y.WXXA. Hockey Club coinnenced coaching last Satur day at the E. S. Marks Memorval Ground. TUb will coniiniag asact). Satur day until the start of the coan- pctitxaa on May 3. The basket baQ sectioa cornv. pleted the grading of its teams at UnivernHy yenttrday. the teams will be announced neat Wednesday night, when the club meets in the gymnasium for the weekly coaching. Yesterday's Details Vigoro C CRADf Wall Can art Ma. , Tl and 3-31 tC. Johaaoa 25: J. Pvjcaxrnlaa 5-25). beat Taraa Pasas. 33 and 7 (L. Lisajaa 20: E. Laaaaa 6-37): PJJ. Net 2. 37 and 80 (V. Mama 10: E. O Brsea) 4-16). beat Tenva laaa. 28 and 2B O. a; v. l-ultoa 3-7). Cricko SaaVy Wasti Na. 2, 47 O Dunlop 3-13, I Franks 2-4) and 48 (M O Neil 20: J. Anderaoa 8-22). beat fvaath Bjaaip Stavawwcha No. 3. 32 0H. O'Nerl a-10. D. Finch 2-4) and 51 (T. Simpson I4i M. O'Neal 4-19. D. Fiach 3-15). N.S.W. FIRE BRIGADES Vjptstdtw sMftf oa Hi psjr- MIMflt 0ff Of Mkf, N.S.W. fif r'nf4m for ftfowoa. A coiotar wHli qooJ pfotafMcft nd OBCoUont oofMlittOM t ftjrcysjl to yovif rvm of 400 portiqi, ovor 21 Md oodor M yoa.fi ol 090. FvM porticiiUri Mf b ob toliMd opoa opolVcotioo to tfco offico of too .toord of Fir CommtHiooon of N.S.W., 213 Ctiq StToot. Sirdooy. A. L Slori. Socroforr

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