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CHANGE-OVER ENGINES Page 12 for Bedford, Cher.I Ford V8, Mercury TELEPHONES: M U 9 7 3 1 (Ten Lines). CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: M C 9 8 1 1 (Ten Lines) MELBOURNE. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1948 New Engine Guarantee 48 Hours Servic U7082 TRIANGLE SERVICE STATION 892 HIGH-ST., ARMAOALI De La Salle's Cup Test in Caulfield Stakes By Heroic De La Salle, winner of the Epsom Handicap, and hailed in Sydney as another Flight, will undergo a searching Caulfield Cup trial when she makes her Melbourne debut in the Caulfield Stakes to-day. De La Salle Is untried over a distance, but this nine fur longs test against proved welcht-for-afte horses will Dro- vtde a perfect line-up on her uup cnance. Having seen De La Salle at ner best In Svdnev and remem berlng Saxony's brilliant win In the Toorak last Saturday, I name these two the outstand' lng mares racing in Australia at tne moment. Saxony If In greater demand for the Cup, but De La Salle has only to win to-day to And them sharing pride of place in the big race market. De La Salle, on ner Sydney performances, will be near the leaden from barrier rise, and she la Silver Peak to Ilcturn By Raider Regarded as one of the best pacers racing in Australia to-1 day, Silver Peak will return tol Melbourne this season. He will probably race at the opening meeting on Melbourne Cup Last season the Peak Hill horse became the Idol or night trotting patrons because of his sensational finishes. In which he defeated sucn gooa pacers aa Amorous. Commercial Lad?, Para Volo, Law-nay and Prudent King. In six starts Silver Peak won Are races, and won 2790 In stake money, the highest won by any one horse at the ihow-jrroundi. His best wlnnlnf rate was 2.1114. Woodend Entries Already more than 40 entries nave oeea received lor tne wooa-end Sires Produce Stakes, which carries a arize of 400. A trotting event worth 50 has been Included In the Hanging Rock Race Club's programme for jnnuary 1. ounces totalling tsow. Including a 350 race with a trophy worth 30, have been earmarked by the Hanging Rock Race Club for that day. 1 Baffin Bay Costly to Bookmakers By Raider Baffin Bay, by winning the Seymour Cup yesterday, cosf the ring several thou-ands of pounds. He was backed in a last-minute rush from 8's to 114 favorite. His owner, Mr. li. Parrlsh, paia wo guineas ior tfamn Bay at auction. This was his first win with the gelding, in three or four starts. Sunnyland, winner of the Maiden Plate (first division), was backed from 8's to evens. I Details: - MAIDEN PLATE (lit Dir.), 5 far. SUNNYLAND, 7.10 Burton) , 1 ; ORGANIST, 8.7 N. Powell), 2; CEILING, 7.10 (J. Turner), 3. Others: Balsas, 8.8 (Johnstone), Grey Morn, H.2 (Williams). Bravello, 8.0 (Bine ham), Lady Vanquish, 8.0 (Heagney). Bel lit and, 7.13 (Agnew). St. Edward. 7.13 (Clarke). Tongan, 7.13 (Golloflr). King Cyrus, 7.7 (Barclay). Evens (I.). SUNNYLAND. 92 Onanist. 4 Celling. Won by 2 fen. hd. Time 1.24,. Winner trained by P. E. Muschlillt. MAIDEN PLATE (2nd Dlv.), 5 far. MISS ROB IN A. 8.0 (R. Olsen). 1: APPOLYON, 8.8 (Bannon), 2; PAGE. iiui, i.j.u (nirciajj, .I. utners. in Finishing Order: Land Tax, 7.13 (Smith), High Lark, 8.4 (Gllmore). Televise, 7.13 (Bowker). Shanama, 8.3 (Clarke). Chesilyn, 7.10 (Williams). Zaldee. 8.2 (Whittle), Kenneth. 8.1) cTullyi, Walt a Bit, 7.12 (Powell). Liberty Gold, 8.7 (Ralph). Plynn, 7.9 Weymouth). 7 MISS ROBIN A. 20 Ap-polyon. 8 Page Boy. 52 e,f.) Shanama. Televise, ft hd, n. 1.2H. Winner trained by H. S. Noyce. NOVICE HANDICAP, 6 fur. TRUE COURT. 8.2 (Gray), 1; TORRENT'S TITLE. 7.11 (King), 2; ART PRINCE, 7.7 (Bowker), 3. Crotsbolt, 7.10 (Barclay). Port Marie. 7.11 (Weymouth). Ormelle. 7.7 (J. Tullyf, Great Ad, 7.9 (Jones), Laughing Lad, 8.1 K. Smith), 3 TRUE COURT, 94 f.) Torrent's Title. 4 Art Prince. lj len.. Caulfield Fields 12.45 Oby Hnrdle 750. Abt. 2 mtlei. II Gallant Gentleman 6 Meenan 12 027 Lugano 2 .. .. R. Hall 10 345 Buzharlne 11 . Denham 10 010 Nicety 3 Sellers 1Q 28 Sir Charlei 10 . Aldridge 10 0 Metro Star 5 .. .. Watts 0 302 Prince Charles T Rhlmes 9 072 Dramarda 8 .. Blckham S 00 Promise Me 9 B. Smith 9 376 Bokarra 1 Moon 9 059 Joli CheTal 12 unlikely 9 96 Ration 4 9 2 11 1? I 2 0 Ptuied up. PRINCE CHARLES. 9.11. Fast safe jumper. Good stayer, too. Hard to beat. NICETY, 10.6. Fair hurdler, with recent winning form on flat. ! LUGANO. 10.10. Haa a lot of pace, but poor stayer. Place i chance onlv. GALLANT GENTLEMAN, 12.3. won at lftstTwo starts. May find weight a-burden in going! which le sure to be soft. BUZHARINE, 10.6. Fair Jumper wun a cnance. METRO STAR, 9.11. Big disappointment on flat, &nd hurdling form showa little Improvement. Ensign's Tote Specials Lugano, Bright Sea, High Production, Latanl, Antheiion, Blank Music. 1.25 Mona Nursery 1000. (2-Y.-0. Fillies.) 4H (ur. 0 Auburn 7 ..' .. unlikely 8 0 7 Bearette 13 . . W. Smith S 0 3 ungnt sea i Badrer s 0 0 Freydls 9 .. .. Brlicoe 8 0 9 Grand Entry 3 tlnkoyich 8 d ineium z 8 0 4 Laay vere iz .. , . eamei S 0 Miss Tudor 11 Williamson 8 42 Radiant Ruby 10 unlikely 8 Borer's Mark 5 . Barclay 8 0 v nun maze .. rannon a u 9 Sweet SUr 4 .. Clarke 8 0 0 wooioowyn 6 , . Heather 8 LADY VERE, 8.O. Unlucky when fourth last Saturday. Winning chance very bright If Radiant Huoy aoei not sun. BRIGHT SEA, 8.O. Her third at Flemington was impressive, FREYDIS, 8.O. Lost chance at barrier ' on Saturday. Very smart. i JHELUM, 8.O. Has not raced but is last. RADIANT RUBY, 8.0. Good second on Saturday, but re- ported last night an unlikely starter. SWEET STAR, 8.0. Soft track win iavor cms soiar Bear nuy. 2.0 Windsor H'cp C1000. fur. t Denhotl 7 ... Breasley 9 11 ZU3 aeniunem s . . uaager f High Production 1 . WlUtamion 8 5 502 Blue Bonny 3 .. Burton 7 7 1 Carnage 11 . unlikely 7 7 13 Journalist 9 Thompson 7 7 0 Sandy Bay 4 Hutchinson 7 5 000 Balkona 5 .. . McCloud 7 2 00 Dawson 6 7 0 Double Trouble z W. Smith 7 0 070 Top Rank 10 Barclay 7 BKNTiMKNT, a.. At tne weignts Is selected to beat Denhotl. Working well. DKNHOTI, 9 11. Was short of i run when second to Qreena- borough last start. capable of unwinding a long and brilliant finishing run. The form of Lunft will be Interesting to the many backers who are being left "in the dark" as to the posilblllty of the horse tart In c In the Caulfield Cud. Lungl Is a final acceptor for the vauineia uup, out nis connections are not saying whether the horse will run. Lungl, with Badger In the saddle, should. In view of his recent winning form In welght-for-age races, be In keen demand to-day. Montv Moon has bean relieved of his Cup engagement, but dash ing iracK iriaia give tno Aueitwae horse a sound each-way chance in this field. One cannot leave Roval Gem out of calculations either, but there has always neen some aouot about this grand galloper showing) nis nest rorm on a twit tracx. Such conditions will probably ftrevall to-day. No course proper s "nursed" more than the Caul field track, and even after moderate rain It tends to pick up. Filipino Interest Plllolno will be another runner waicnea aeeniy. 'rne rerin-ownea horse ran a fine second In the Epsom, but went to pieces In the; Metropolitan sna ran last. Filipino was either knocked out by his Kpsom run or he Is a non-stayer. To-day's race should help to clear that position. Sanctus, too. Is worthy of no Ninnid Will Starr To-day Ninnid, the brilliant New! Zealand galloper, will definitely run at Caulfield to-day. He Is an acceptor in both the Caulfield Stakes and Moor a Welter. , decision will be made this morning on which event will be chosen for the gelding. He Is expected to start In the Moora welter. Unlikely starters are Joli Cheval in the Oby Hurdle, Auburn and Kamani Huoy in tne Mona nur sery. Carnage, who won at Seymour yesterday, is not uxeiy to run in tne winasor uanaicap. FLYINO RCP., fltt far, LAIMELL. 7.8 (Johnstone), 1: TRAGEDY. 8.5 (Watterson). 2: unfurl. 9.0 (Turner), 3. English Maid. 8.3 luuinurt;, rrtmie uouri, f.t (Barclay I, Labrador, 8.9 ( K. Tully ) , Kerrigan, 8.0 (Bannon), Prince Opera, 7.3 (Russell), Trellis, 8.3 (Day). 4 LAIMELL, 1.7. Winner trained by J. JeOrlc. SEYMOUR CIIP. an Mil. BAFFIN BAY, 8.4 (Williamson). 1: WILDFIRE, 7.9 (Barclay), 2; DAN rjA, 1.1 j iroweuj, a. Devon Ale, 8.5 (Richards), Gay Story, 7.10 (Bannon). Relnlta. 7.Q fHiirtnni Think. lng, 7.13 (Collogly),v Mlnanalaes. 8.2 (Fitzgerald), Dream Rocks, 7.7 (Mott), Priority. 7.6 (Agnew), Amarle, 7.7 luuinuie, rrrai Blue, B. (UlSn. 114 (f.) BAFFIN BAY, 10 Wildfire, 15 Dan Fox. 2 len m len. 1.40. Winner trained by J. C. Cahlll, ENCOURAGE 3 and 4YHt)LD HCP. One mile. SAN MICHELE. 8.2 (Oltmore), J; CALANDO. 8.7 (Powell),, 2: AUTHO RITY, 8.3 (Williamson), 3. Brave noDie, r.a (King), Titian stir, 8.7 (Burton). Cathlne, 8.2 (Fitzgerald). Mount Beauty, 8.0 (Lott), Ultimate, 7.5 (McLean), 5 SAN MICHELE, 6 Cal-ando, 3 Authority. 54 on (f.) Titian Star. V ten. 2 len. 1.40. Winner trained by v. Ryan. WELTER HCP.. 6 far. CARNAGE. 8.12 (Dummett), 1; ROVER'S HAVEN. 8.9 (Barclay), 2: MANUIA. 8.4 (Johnstone), 3. San Gey, 8.0 (Gllmore). High Flight. 9.9 (Bannon), Peace Dance, 8.4 (Lott), Mark Marie. 8.2 (Be vis). Solstar. 8.8 (Fltz-Ffralri). Mannrtrnlri On (Rmti v. 11 ISanl, 8.2 (O'Sulllvan),' 54 on CARN-; ais, 4 ituvcr Haven, in Manuia. Godby. SELECTIONS By Heroic By Tasman OBY HURDLE PRWCE CHARLES PRINCE CHARLES LUGANO LUGANO MONA NURSERY RADIANT LUBY FREYDIS JHELUM BRIGHT SEA fKEYDIS WINDSOR HANDICAP SENTIMENT BLUE BONNY HIGH PRODUCTN COONGY HANDICAP BOLD JO.IN FEW WORDS BEAU JUSTE CAULFIELD STAKES DE LA SALLK . ROYAL OEM MONEY MOON KngI MOORA WELTER ninnid bruin NOBLE PRINCE BLANK MUSIC BLUE BONNY, 7.?. Has good early fbi,q, iu ta Asuuiea ior a minor placing. I HIGH PRODUCTION, 8.5. Goes wen m sort going, out may need run, although track work sug- CARNAGE, 7.7. Won well at Sey- uiutu yeoieraay, oui trainer said last night horse may not run. JOURNALIST, 7.7. Led un mode- w uem at noeemii, DUt urea badly and missed a place. Could .not recommend In this com-: 2.40 Coongy H'cp 1000. iu mile. 117 Miss Prim Ift nlltnnp. i? iv Launi i . . . . 332 Bold John 2 . .. Breasley 8 2 . . Badger a 1 ... 7 13 .. Powell 7 13 7 II scratched 7 9 scratched 7 7 iuo Bntisner ll , 140 Jain. 12 . 767 Few Words 850 Skyrocks 9 .. 040 sir Msrfleld s 893 Bean Juste 4 7 5 633 Black Beau 1 Hutchinson 7 430 Ballerdale ta . . Rarrl.v 5 3 0 0 0 007 Blue Shadow 5 W. Smith 7 vo rieio vox is 7 112 LadT Fair 1 1 284 Pheon It Forlstal I Betting Order 6bV kuRDLB. Gallant Gentleman. Lugano. Prince Charles. Buzharlne, Sir Charles, Dramarda. Nicety, Metro Star. MONA NURSERY. BriKht Sea. Auburn, Freydls, Lady Vere. Wooioowyn. Bearette, WINDSOR HANDICAP. Denhotl. Sentiment. Carnage. Journalist. , Double Trouble, High Production. tice. He has not done much lately,' but Is a true stayer and la not! wunoui a cnance in sny or the cups. Antheiion may not be smart enough In this company, and one ui me mora ui InaL spring, treat! Boy. Is slowly falling from grace. A report last nfght that A. Breasley will ride Latant gives that horse a winning chance In the Coongy Handicap. It is not a strong field and will be weakened further by the possible withdrawal of Few Words. Badger's mount. Bold John, ap- Eears the hardest for Latanl to aat. Nilam's Sound Trial Among Caulfield Cup candidates to go against the watch yesterday morning, none worked more impressively than Nilam at Mentone. With the flags out 35 ft. fromi tne ran and the going holding, the Dhoti horse moved boldly over 10 furlongs in 2.13, the last three in 38. Nilam has done well since his fast finishing fifth in the Toorak Handicap. Other Cud acceDtora to work wen were: BEAU ROBERT: Easllr beat xne oaexwar over aeven in I.32,& at Caulfield, 22 ft. out. The last nve was run in i.e. PROCTOR: Beaten bv Vaga bond over seven in 1.34, but was not ridden out. DE LA SALLE: Never off the bit over four on the inside grass at f iemmgron in FILIPINO: An easv half mile In so. SANCTUS: Easv three In 40 in preparation ior to-aay s race. Scratching from Cantala, Derby First acceptances were taken yesterday for the Victoria Demy, uancaia stakes ana Oaks, but are subject to inter-State scratchings. The A.J.C. Derby winner Car bon Copy, runner-up, Vagabond ana tne uauineia uuineas win' ner, Pholbos, are the outstand' lng colts In the Victorian Clas sic. Mentone trainer. F. W. Hoysted is perservering with Ungar, and has scratched Mile End, Oay saint, neroanoc, uarugai. Trellis and Bengal. Money Moon, Lungl, Fresb Boy, The Diver, Reperlo, Typical, Greensborough, are the better - performed horses scratched from the Cantata. MELBOURNE CUP. Valcurl. Moonee Valley Cud. Valcurl. Nawab. Chanak. St. Razzle. Noble Prince, Solyman, Solvlve, Cro-nldes, Hoyle, Prince Aly, St. Fairy, Chatspa, Black Law, Rubontlne, Carey, Flemish, High Tar, Clement, Allied Power. Grand Final Draw in Ice Hockey The Ice hockey grand final renlay at the Glaciarlum last night saw another thrilling draw between the Wildcats and the Golden Bears. Each team scored one goal. GOLDEN BEARS (roals. A 81- gotta 1; best, Sengotta, Kins); WILDCATS (goals, R. Sullivan l; Dest, raierson, auuivan). Little Wolf to Meet Hefner Chief Little Wolf will meet Dutch Hefner at the West Melbourne Stadium to-nieht In his last Melbourne bout for the season. Little Wolf leaves for America on October 21. This will be tbelr first bout here this season. Last year. Little Wolf and Hefner met twice, mixing science with aggression. and Comments POPULARITY POLL OUT HURDLE. 1st 2nd Gallant Gentle- 3rd I 0 1 T ? f 0 1 0 1 Prince Charles Nlcflr . . . Lagans , . . Dramarda . . . Sir Charles . Bokarra . . . HONA HANDICAP. Radiant Ruby .SIS Bright Sea . . j 3 1 Lady Vert ... 2 1 3 Prerdls .... 0 4 1 Jhelum , . , 0 0 1 WINDSOR HANDICAP. Denhotl .... 7 1 O Sentiment . . . . t 4 Hlfh Production .012 Blue Bonny . . 0 1 3 Carnaie .... 0 0 1 Joarnalist .... 0 O 1 COONGY HANDICAP. Bold John ... 4 4 0 Black Bead ... 1 a Bea Juste ... 1 1 9 Mlts Prim . , . 0 0 Lalanl .... 1 1 0 Brlliiher ... 0 1 0 Few Words ... 0 0 3 Jalna ..... 0 0 I Ballerdale .... 0 0 1 CAULFIELD STAKES. Royal Gem , , . fl 0 0 De la Salle ..143 Lantl .-... 0 5 1 Money Moon . . O 0 3 Freih Boy ... 0 0 1 MOORA WELTER. Brain . . . . Noble Prince , Ninnid .... Keplerian ... Gallant Scoot Lllheiome ... Blank Mnue , Fanyan ... LeonarlH . . . ! j i til ! i LATANI. 8.2. Went well st Caul neio on saiuraay, ana prior to tutu uu worna moiK impres slvelr. BOLD JOHN, 8.1. Second to Royal Scot was excellent form, ior mis race. BEAU JUSTE, 7.5. Third at M.V. to miss mm. Place chance aizaln. i BLACK BEAU. 7.5. Honest stayer, out does not look the type tol suina un mucn nam racing. Met with slight Injury on Saturday. MISS PRIM. 8.12. Has shown dls-! line ior sort traclu, and her weign. may sieaay ner, too. Last Night COONGY HANDICAP. Bold John. Black Beau. Miss Prim, Latanl. Beau Juste, Ballerdale. Few Words. CAULFIELD STAKES. Royal Gem, De La SaUe. Lungl. Money Moon. Antheiion. MOORA WELTER. Noble Prince, Bruin.. Ninnid. Mlllsli. Blank Music. Keplerian, Despatch Rider. Good Idea, Leonatut, Brava Leader. Lithesome. Kramer Gets His Revenge World professional tennis champion, Jack Kramer, avenged his two recent defeats by Pancno segura at tne Exhibition last night. The at tendance was the largest yet. Kramer, however, was forced to three close sets before winning 5-7, 0-3. 0-4. H wan marc lmnreeslve with his Incessant attacks behind big services, out segura maae Dreaic-throughs difficult. Segura's pace on ground strokes1 and wonderful retrieving worried Kramer who moved more alowlyi than uausi. Rises drODDed his service four times in his singles matcn witn uinny rails ana was aeieatea -o, jo. Draw for to-night's matches the last of the seriesis: Kra mer v. Rlggs, Palls v. Segura, Kramer-Pa 11 us v. Segura-Rlggs. CLEVELAND INDIANS won the 1948 oaseDau world series, defeat ing the Boston Braves 4 to 3. FRESH boy A smart six at Mentone in 1.181,'. His best gallop for some time. HOWE. On the bit all the way over a mile In 1.53',i. The New Zealander Is now looking fitter SIR ACTOR, Solid eleven furlongs and 20 yards in 2.33. SAXONV. Looklner a nlntnr of wimiwon; was let on witn eaay BEAU GEM and ROYAL GEM Neither Visited thn truck hut wwmu uaeiuiiy arouna me roads. Our track expert reports that both horses are thriving. CAULFIELD CUP ACCEPTORS Of 7500 and Gold Cud valued at 200. First, 5000 and sold cup; second, 1500; third, 750, and fourth, 250. VA m. Royal Gem (W. William son) 9 8 Beau Gem (H. Badger) . Proctor IE. Doon) .. .. Lungi Typical (O. Heagney) .. Fresh Boy (B. Eames) . . Howe (D. Munro) .. .. De La Salle (J. Thompson), inc. M lb. pen. .. Hororata (B. Heather) . 8 2 2 8 13 8 13 8 12 8 10 8 8 8 8 Westralian (N. Watter son) Sanctut (A. Breasley) .. Filipino (Q. Boufioure) . 8 Nilam 7 12 Bed Fury (W. Briscoe) . 7 10 Konert Bruce (R. Hut chlnson) 7 10 mo re (K. RoDlnson) . . 7 Beau Robert (W. Cook) . 7 Ninnid 7 Bold John (W. A. Smith) 7 Saxony (J. Gllmore) . .. Saxonlan (N. Powell) .. Sir Actor 7 7 7 7 7 Blank Music (T. Unko- vlch) Tamerlane (D. Cameron) Lincoln R. Neville) . .. Sir Mar&eld (D. Barclay) 8 9 8 ' ONE THOUSAND GUINEAS OF 1500 guineas, second 300 guineas and third 200 guineas. For 3-Y.O. fillies. One mile. Atomic Lass . . 8 Blessing . S Bold Belle 8 Brilliant Star ... 8 Cyndora . 8 Iolanda . . 8 Lady Luba 8 La wanna . 8 Macla ... 8 Novam . . 8 Parlez Vous . . 8 Peep ThrU 8 Purdey . . 8 Royal Bells 8 Royal Myth . . 8 Siren Song 8 Sun Song 8 Theineld . 8 Trellis ... 8 Wattle . . 8 TURF FIXTURES TO-DAY. Caulfield races: entries, wangaratta (Oct. 23), Bungaree (Oct. 23). THURSDAY (Oct. 14). Ballarat races; noon, acceptances minoi events Caulfield (Oct. 16); first ioneiis Moonee vanev jud. FRIDAY (Oct. 15). Settllntr. SATURDAY (Oct. 16). Caulflela cup day, Heathcote, Madura. Randwlck and Victoria Park (S.A.) races. 3.20 Caul. Stakes 1500 (W.F.A.). 9 fur. 131 Flllnlno 10 .. Bouroure 9 861 Howe 2 scratched 9 2 Money Moon 9 . . Heather 9 241 Royal Gem 8 Williamson 9 030 Gayness 3 . . . . Godfrey 9 ! 0 Master Dash 12 . . Rossely 9 ' 693 Sanctus 4 . . . . Breasley 9 ' 513 Antheiion 13 9 708 Fresh Boy 11 .. .. Eames 9 I 112 Lungl 1 Badeer 9 l 060 Bannerette 1 .. .. Cowle 8 13 214 Ninnid 5 8 11 111 De La Salle 9 Thompson 8 9 DE LA SALLE, 8.9. Epsom and welght-for-age winner in Sydney. Great galloper, and should be in the money. LUNGI, 9.0. Proved himself class galloper, ana track work Indicates he Is holding his best form. MONEY MOON, 9.4. Has lot Of pace, and Is fair stayer. Sure to be nromlnent. ROYAL GEM, 9.4. Won Under wood mattes most impressively, but according to his owner he Is not a sound Investment on a soft track. I FILIPINO, 9.4. Ran last In the Metropolitan alter a gooa secona In Epsom. Prefer to see if he has trained on. 4.0 Moora Welter 1000, One mite. 480 Noble Prince 4 Williamson 10 4 0 Good Idea 2 . . . . Clarke 9 11 214 Ninnid 9 9 3 320 Mlllals 17 .... 9 1 629 Blank Music IB Unkoytch S 12 o Logical 3 8 10 55 Kelperian S .. Ralph 8 8 041 Bruin 12 . . .. W. Smith 8 6 90 Monte Casslno 1 R. Cann 8 6 358 Panyan 13 8 4 no nauajit acont ie . . uutcninson a z 0 Leonartus 10 8 8 Gav Ultimate It Rossely 8 0 045 Brave Leader 15 L. King 7 12 Despatch Rider 6 Heather 7 12 897 Keller SUr 7 7 10 067 Lithesome 18 Barclay 7 10 U33 sir Arcmoaia ev i iu 088 Trad dies 18 .. . Briscoe 7 10 800 Saturn 21 . . R. Olsen 7 9 05 Chief Pilot 8 .. Richards 7 7 NINNID, 9.3. Ran sixth on Sat urday auer oeinr a tone way back early. Likely winner if started In this event. I GALLANT SCOUT, 8.2. Pair mller with a good each way chance. NOBLE PRINCE, 10.4. Has the weignt, out is up to it m tms class of race. BRUIN, 8.O. Won well on Satur day; must be considered again. BLANK MUSIC, 8.12. Drawn very1 wide: win nave to be lucky in runnlns. MILL A IS, 0.1. Forget his poor run in tooiuk. setter suitea in thin race, and likes soft track, i KEPLERIAN, 8.8. A typical welter norse witn a lair snow. TRACKMEN'S FANCIES EPSOM. Royal Gem, Bruin. MENTONE. Prince Charles, Black Beau. CAULFIELD. Lugano, Freydls, Britisher. Money Moon, Ninnid. FLEMINGTON. Denhotl, Bold John, Lungl. Caulfield Cup Candidates I r ' f x FANCIED CANDIDATES for the Caulfield Cup pictured yesterday at Fleming-ton and Mentone. Top left : De La Salle (J. Thompson), leaving the track at Flemington. Top right: Howe (W. Richards), galloping at Mentone. Lower: Saxony, with I. Tully up, receives a titbit from trainer J. Meagher after the morning's work at Mentone. Schoolboy Defeats N.Z. Golf Champion By Fairway Peter Toogood, 18-year-old Tasmanian schoolboy, defeated the New Zealander, D. L. Woon, in the third round of the Australian Amateur championship at Metropolitan yesterday. Tooeood is comDetinE on special leave, granted by his head master, from St. Virgil's College. Hobart, where he is studying for his matriculation. Woon Is nresent holder of tne South Island championship. He defeated Australian amateur champion. H. Hartersley In the international "test- at ttoyai Melbourne recently. Tooirood waa one un at the turn after betnif out In 35. won the 158 yards sixth when he lobbed a 4 iron dead and sank the nutt: also the 209 yards eighth, where he sank a six-footer tor a oiraie inree. Toogood went to two up witn win at the 10th. but lost the 179 yards 13th, where he was th ranch. Toogood was one up on the last tee, and sank a brilliant 12-footer to halve the hole and win the match. Other highlights or the aays piay were: Tne elimination or an out one of the touring New Zealand amateurs, and P. Thomson's amazing golf to defeat Yarra Yarra club champion L. Duffy, 8-7, after winning the first seven holes straight. Peter Thomson played some brilliantly sustained golf to defeat L. Duffy. He won every hole to the eighth, which he three putted to lose. vn nntiNii N Weifnn (O'land) I. R. Buxton, Jun., 4-3; B. T. Smith ln A J MnrnMfarnnV '(N.Z I. 5-4: K. Staude d. L. Wood Held. 5-4; G. Munro a. a. I., spooner in.o.w.;. ;-. . M. Silk (N.Z.) d. A. C. Bennle, 9-; E Morton d. J. Rhodes at IMth; K. Jamiwn d. E. Taylor, 2-1; P. A. Too good (Tas. ) d. D. L. Woon (N.Z.). 1 in. ijarreu o. a. wuuuti, o-j. Pix ins.w.1 d. C. A. Terdich, 6-4; G. Gow-Galei d. A. PlunkeU. 4-2; it, it. rayne a. n, wormian, h-a, j. urown ixas. j a. . wcai, t-o led bp (DMnnril A fl. Thomion. B-b: P. G. Hosklne w.o. from S. Hill: . J. Willing (Taa.) d. G. S. Daley, 7-G; J. A. Lombard d. A. Hartman, 3-2 ; Klmber d. L. Deitree I S.A.I. 5-3: h! G. WllliamB w.o. from N. Turnball; R. W. Turner d. W. Shepherd (S.A.K 2-1; A. J. Kins d, C. Seward, 8-6; i", ii com in.B.w.) a, u. tvvnuter. a-. t, . n. miiock a. k. n. (jiounig in. t,.i, I up; J. Wilmot d L. Lelevre, 3-2; E Wlshsrt d R Soonc. 7-r,: R How- a;th (Q'land) d. G. Seddon, 3-2; J. nun n. d( r. (vibiicii, u-). 3RD BOUND. Alex Ruisell d. H. Rutter, 1 up; W. Ackland-Horman (S.A.) d. N. Amon (N.2.). M-2: J.: C. Guest d. D. Sharpe (N.S.W.), at uin; w. KQgar a. u. Kooeru r,,. j, fS.A.).'3-2: A. Waterson 'tN.S.W.J d.. bmiin. k. wnne iu iana Strahan. 5-4 1 W. Hleslna d. C. v-urran iw,j, js u. M J tlwxri AMATEUR GOLF. Norm Weston, Queensland, playing out of a bunker during his game against R. Buxton during the second round of the Australian amateur championship at Metropolitan yesterday. ANNUAL CUP SALE RACEHORSES, Unbroken Two-Year-OIds &c. AT OUR NEWMARKET STABLES, FRIDAY, 5th NOVEMBER, 1948 Entries already received Include ac Mr. A. Q. Hunter, North-wood Park, Seymour Sixteen Unbroken Two-year-olds, Including progeny of Hellespont (Imp.), Macedon. Tudor Klnt (Imp.), Royal Comet. Ac owners, Unbroken Two-year-olds by Footmark. Dark Pelt. Emborough (Imp.) and Oay Papa also the racehorses Aboklna (brother to Yaralla), Remand. Selam, Porto Grande, and many others, FURTHER ENTRIES INVITED. (Entries Close Monday, 25th October.) MACKINNON & COX PTV. LTD. 482 BOURKE-8TREET. MELBOURNE. Tas.) d. J. B, Shackell, 5-3; K. En derby (N.SJV.) d. -A, S. Robs, 5-4 L. Karke (W.A.) d. E. R. Hall tW.A.) ChlDDlndall. '2 un: T. ' s'nence d Weatherhead, 5-3; D. BachU d. P. Held iw..w.j. f. Tnomion a. i,. Duny, 8-7; K. Draxe (Q'land) d. H. Benni, 7-5: H. HattenleT IN.S.W.1 d. L. Netllerold iTaj.i, 3-1; N. Weston w ia no j a. u. r. s.miin, a-i; t. Routley d, E. staude, 1 up; R. S. oiuwii u. u. munro, up, W.S.W. Vicars Shield Win New South Wales easllv defeated Queensland when the first round of the Vicars shield for teams of nve professionals was played at Kingston Heath yesterday. Because onlv four Queensland professionals are In Melbourne one matcn was a walkover. Onlv Queensl&nder to win waa O Walker, who defeated former open champion W. Bolger. To-day Victoria meets S.A. New aoutn waies piaya w.A. Winners play off in the afternoon for the shield. n.s.w. 4 a. a una l. e. cremin n.st.w.t a. r. warn (u tana), a-a; V. HolPrT inxl fn n Walkor. 1 Anmn- W. Holder d. J, Mclnnea, 1 up: K. NaBle d. K. Jones, 6-5; L. Kelly. waiKover, Associates KINGSWOOD. Stableford. A Dlv.: Mlsa J. Bankln (20), 39; Mrs. rencins uvi, jh; miss m. Menarey Vt), jo. a uiv.: Mrs. uornisn uu), 32; Mrs. Stewart (32), 29; Mrs Luckle (32). 25. CROQUET GLENFERRIE HILL. 10 30: Mrs. Robilllard v. Mrs. A. Clark. 11.30: Mrs. Gardner v. Mrs. J. W. Clark. 2 o'clock: Mrs. Orlo v Mrs. J. W. Clarke. Mrs. Forbes v. Mrs. Marchese. CAULFIELD PARK. 10.30: Mrs. Brown v. Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Forge Mrs. ueeoie. lis.jo: Mrs. uey- ton v. Mrs. Meyor. Mrs. nelson v Mrs. Gouldsmlth. All-day tourna ment Tnursaay. GLEN IRIS. 10.30: Mesdames Thompson and Blight v. Mesdames Ivey and Gleadow, Mesdames Slebler and Culton v. Mesdames Tllson and Qeorge. 11 c Dennant. 12.30: Mes dames Finney and Kennedy v. Mesdames Galbralth and Cad- wallader, Mesdames Ibbotson and Chenoweth v. Mesdames Linton and Holdaworth. Mesdames Mlc- hnelson and Head v. Mesdmes James ana uritnn. z.au: Mes dames Nutting and Browne v i winners Mesdames Mlchaelson and Head and Mesdames James and Griffin. Phone MU4711 Wheelmen Ban Woman Cyclist Outstanding Victorian woman cyclist, Miss Bernlce Wise, has had her entry in the Melbourne to Lakes Entrance; professional cycling race on Saturday rejected by the League of Victorian Wheelmen. She established a precedent by entering in an open roaa race. Recently the L.V.W. adopted a resolution that no entries from women would be accepted. This is tne nrst time tne test has been appuea. Hubert Opperman said yesterday Miss wise, at 26 years, was undoubtedly better than many of the male competitors. A short time ago. Miss Wise had completed the course in pouring rain In 10 hours 47 mln. Opperman said It would hw in teresting to compare this time With that establish, nn Anriir. ay, aa Miss wire was unpaced. Changes Likely at Stawell Gift Portion of the Saturday oro- gramme at the Stawell Easter vim meeting next year may be held at night. rne annual report nf lhp Stawell Athletic Club, to be presented at tne annual meeting on October 26. savs thn committee Is considering this uimiiKe. The committer hnnoa tn anh. mlt a programme with Increased prize money tn some events. ctome or tne pronts from the 1940 meetlnir will bR set aaIHa fnr Improvements to Central p.rv ana its appointments. Coursing at Graccdale Park THURSDAY Mnlrfon U.i. c.i.k, i hi t "irua, uevon ueauty, Love'i Trip.' Allan's Hero, Tlie Bend First Division, Straight. 230: Hearl. peat. Lois Hal, Mlnda Hal, Kebble Hawkctt, Younir Dozer. HandlMD. ircic, sou: Radiant Beit 10. Glen! MacRob 9, Farnshaw 8. The Doier a! The Reviver 7. Second Division. Circle. ROTal HflDDV nwn.' A1nrt Mlna IT II anor Again, White Master, Sunrae . """o tJivision, mraignt 2na: Spear Glen, Lord Halphir. Runes' uauBnter. Blue Reject. Suesalandra nrst Division, Stralnht. 230: Booloo-mat, Hlneana, Johnny's Hero, Radiant .taiuci, niKwu, v.uiuraao uaa, tjosent. "ome how First Division, Circle, Inn Lash, Brlsht River, Kin Dandy Lara Kreu, Cub n. Fearless lunniirph F't pivlaion. Circle. 500: Lady Ka-dlna. Nelble Win. Blonde's First Wlm-mera Girl Waltzlnr Denlse. Balookel Mlnda. Belgravla Sal. Dough Beau r "if";1,' . fvw, sexium. Mountain itymanie La, verme Maid uiui.ui.- nauicw, rurilT LASS. Maribyrnong SELECTIONS. Stale F.lr, 1; Chrll- Uve Lad. 1; Whit Croon. 2: Lllkenva, 3. March of Tim. 1 nina l.m.. n Nelble Win. 3. Navalo. 1: Radlani Flame 2: Meryula Maiden, 3. Grey Bob. 1 jlmmlc'a Orders, 2; Queen Voice. 2: Merchant. 3. Lorrf Halphar. 1: Bagalla. 2: Rhy Chief, 3. Fon-tana, 1; Knockle's Gift. 2: Anne's Favorite, 3. Lonely Shep, 1: Stella Grey Bob and Lonely Shep.' t , (prr7 nuniinfr, tiesi Deis: lust Published . . "THE AGE" ANNUAL TROTTING CALENDAR PRICE 76 OBTAINABLE at "THE AGE' OFFICE. MARIBYRNONG SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, OCT. 16 SOUTH AUST. V. VICTORIA TEAMS RACING Midget Cars, 8idecars. Music by Footscray City Band, Make Saturday Night SPEEDWAY NIGHT. Trsms. 64 snd 57. EHubcth-strKt. Race, Broadcut 3AW, 10. 10.15 D.m. Ever, ssturaa, Nlgnt. MARIBYRNONG GREYHOUND RACING TO-NIGHT ! CIRCLE, STRAIGHT and HURDLE EVENTS. Sllzabeth-street Trams Dltct to the Ground. Buses from Moonee Ponds end Footscray Pass the Dates. Parlor Coaches from State Savings Bank, Olty. C. Ruddell Out for Four Weeks Found guilty of elbowing J. Mueller (Melbourne), during the replay grand final last Saturday, star Essendon full-back, C. Ruddell, was disqualified last night from playing in four V.F.L, premiership matches. Ruddell, who was reported by Field Umpire McMurray, Boundary Umpire Lee and Goal Umpire Nicholson, pleaded not guilty to the charge. Field Umnlre McMurray told the tribunal that lust as N. Mc Donald (Essendon) had kicked the ball, J. Mueller (Melbourne) who was trying to lnterceut umpea Axcuonaia hi lae ground. Cricket Changes R. Bowtell (captain) and W. Dudley, former Victorian fast bowler, will make their first appearances with North cote this season in the second round of District games to begin on Saturday. They have recovered from miuries which kept them out of the opening game. Bow- tell had a badly gashed finger, and Dudley an injured ankle. Another newcomer of unusual Interest Is h. Bridges, former Brunswick champion wicket-keeper. In 1944 he established what li iinrierxeond tn be r world's record In dismissing 13 batsmen In the one game iz siumpea ana oa cauctht. Bridges Is expected to make a bid for State honors In the near future. He Is a neat left-handed batsman. Regular 'keeper for years, Bow tell will now concentrate on batting. Todd and Bradley, who are away with Association football teams, are expected to be avaU- aDie ior the next rouna. Blahe for Richmond Richmond has broueht ud all' 'rounder Blake from the seconds to replace W. Driver, now In business In Perth. Only change at Pltzroy la the replacement of Sntlllnglaw (away witn mt iootDBiiersj oy simmer, a medium pace bowler. Promising left-hand spinner Herbert receives his first chance with Collin k wood In the absence. oi iTiine istuaying ior examina tions;. witn tne seconds last week, Poor Food Blamed for Test Loss "The Age" Correspondent. LONDON, Oct. 12. Marylebone Cricket Club's cricket sub -committee held three-hour post-mortem at Lord's yesterday on the last Test series. sir Pelham Warner gave the nndings: i "Our men were ltvlntr. on Door food and were under the strain of, war for a long time. "We needed one good all-rounder like Hammond or Keith Miller; and "Lack of a good fast bowler was fatal." Sir P. Warner added: "After the first world war Enellsh cricket Bmmpea ior a iew years, ana men we proaucea tne nnest teams oi all about 1928 and 1932. We will recover again. We will have to, concentrate on vouneer Dlavera i again. Victorians Score Well in Sydney SYDNEY. Tuesday. Vic torians scored well in to-day's matches at the Anzac range, where the National Rifle As sociation's King's meeting was resumed in difficult conditions, due to a strong wind. Victorian prize winners were (Monday aggregate, made avail able to-day): W. Dunstan (M.C.C.), 141, third &2; N. Smith (Horsham). 139: W. Harvey ( Sale ), 138; W. J. Harris (Wodonga). 138: C. Hore (Caul field.. 138. Motton Match, 10 shots at 600 yaras: j. sideoottom (Katan-dra). 49. 7: J. Brlggs (Coburgl. 47; R. W. Gunn (Vic. Postal Institute), 48; J. T. Qarvln (Yal-i lourn), 48; W. Harvey (Sale), 46; L. Sims (Katandra), 46; H. Johnson (Wangaratta), 46. i i D. S. Macdonald Match, 10 shot at BOO yards: W. Smith, (Horsham), 49; G. Pearce (Spring-hurst), 48; G. Kettle (Cardross). 48; P. McCulloch (Wangaratta). ib; u. wore ( uauineta ) , w: j . Mapletoff (Numurkah), 48. The ' 'Johnny Walker." 10 shots at 900 yards: R. T. Kelly (Cam-berweU, Vic), 49. 7; T. Ball (Horsham, Vic), 48, 2; W. J Harris (Wodonga), 48. DEATH, WALLBR1DGB. A tribute of lovt to1 our dear friend, Fred, who passed sway Oct. 11. Late of 22 Norbert-st. . Balwyn. One we will always remember. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Barnett , nd family. j WERRIBEE RACING CLUB RACE MRRTTHR TO BE HKt.D ON THE WERRIBEE RACECOURSE ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1948, Three-Vear-Old kjdu: 11 1 lie Kiver Handlun. 7 furl on and A3 yds 250: Patrick Hlckey Stakes, 5 fur longs. T00: werrlbee Cup, R fur-lonffi 1FM1: Wat ton Trlnl. 13 fur- lone 150: Oetnrmr Wnltor. 7 fur longs ana bo 7 as min. weignt, t.t.) All Nominations one pound (1). Entries close at 4 p.m. with Country Kacinf Agencies, urn Bourite-sireei. Melbourne, or witn secretary. werriDee. TV. on Tuesday- October 19, 1948. nayes. non. secretary. COUNTRY BOOKMAKERS URGENT URGENT. A Meeting win te nem at iu.au a.m. on Friday October 15. In the Temperance Hall, Russcll-rt., city, to discuss proposed increase Qt neiung kb at Mornini ay oraer oi tne council. WARRAGUL DISTRICT TROTTING CLUB NOTICE Tfl TmOKMAtCKRH PI tit? limited 24. Bookmakers must apply to Opening Meeting. Sat.. October 30. BALLARAT MINERS' TURF CLUB TO-MORROW (THURSDAY), OCT. I. Kevpn Rucm. Vint Rue, 1 1ft n m Train leaves Spencer-st. R.10 a.m.. returning 4.47 p.m. ALEX McGOLD- Kiitt. secretary. WANDIN FIELD DAY Machinery Demonstration KELSO PARK SALE Record Sheep Price CITRUS LOSSES Reason for Glut FRIESIAN HERD at Yarra Brae Stud Ruddell then ran In from be- tween eight to ten yards. Jumped into the air and brought his left elbow down against the right aide: oi Mueuers nee. This evidence was supported by evidence or tne otner ijo reporting umpires. The playera' representative Mr. n MinotTiiis. said that Ruddell, Piunrinn vlr.ft-Rftntaln. had run In to try to separate a rapidly gathering, group oi piaycn. a Herbert Impressed, taking 114 rrom seven overs. Tribe Arriving Onlv alteration at North is the resumption oi medium-pace dow- ier -j. wnitB, Word has been received from England that G. Tribe will arrive in Melbourne on November 15. He Is expected to stay for about three montns ana win piay ior norm lueiDourne. - TEAMS MELBOURNE FIRSTS Dowsley. M. Holten, Daniel, Melkle, Green. I. McDonald, C. McDonald, Fair-burn, Lynch, Iverson, Cooper. SECONDS. Gardiner. Batten. Sutherland, Bad rock, Tomlln&on, Smyth, Lord, Ponsford, Stevens, Morgan, 'reasaaie. F1TZROY FIRSTS Arnall, Con-sldlne. C. Harvey. M. Harvey, R. Harvev. Jacobs. Llddlcut. Reld. Straw, Taylor, Zlmmer: 12th. Sheahan. seconds. ueitzei. soys. uanc. Gray. H. Harvey, Hewitt, Mc-iCracken. Newton, Sheahan, Sykes, Thomson. RICHMOND FIRSTS. Blake, Cockburn, Cox. Curwood, Led- ward, H. Mathers, Parker, Pume-roy, B. Taylor, R. Taylor, Whyte. SECONDS G. Driver. Gardiner. Goodson. King. Kneebone. R. Mathers, Noble, Schneider, Slnd-rey. Jack Smith, Wlshart. NnRTHfOTR FIRSTS Bowtell. Miller, Holmes, Ludlow. Fotherglll, veraon, jennea, obckh, Dnngra, Brew. Dudlev: 12th. Keegan. COLLINGWOOD FIRSTS. Adams, Baker, Eggleston, Herbert, Lambert, McCall, Shelton, Stack- Sole, Sutherland, K. Smith, talker. RT. KILDA FIRSTS. TOUng. Buckland, Carter, Edwards. Hill, Laxton, Moon, Murray, Searle, Solomon. Stevens; NORTH MELBOURNE FIRSTS. -DemDKter. l. aarty. rrencn. Jamleson, L. Maddocks, R. Mad-docks. McLoughlln, Pearce, Smith, J Watters. White; 12th, Scott. HAWTHORN FIRSTS. AlDlStOn, Cormack. Culnltt. Dick. Duncan. Fltchett. Oreen, Steele, Tapp, Taylor. Woolf. footscray firsts. k inn ear. Guy, Grantham, Law, Hanson, Heimore. MCMeegen, tteaa, ttees, Toner, Wright. Res.,. Briscoe, Bent. essendon firsts Anaerson, Allnnson. Arnold. Blundell, Cal lings. K. Mueleman, R. Mueleman, G. Mcpherson. Nunn, Rawle, Stephens; 12th, Hunter. 1 AUSTRALIAN DANCE CHAMPIONSHIPS, 1948 MELBOURNE TOWN HALL TO-MORROW NIGHT, Thuri, r Championships rhurvlay Evenlnt. Victorian Orand rinal Professional Qolea- siep Grand Final Australian Gold Medallist Championship, Grand Final BO-flO Championship. - Grand Final Fresher Old Time, Grand Final Modern Fresher. Non-Stop Public Danclnr Two Bands. Adra, 3P plos tax. Championships under the auspices of the Australian Dancing Society. President and Organiser, Mickey Powell. Great Success at Royal Adelaide Show First In Pert (Tawny) First in Brandy (Old) First In Brandy (Young) Second in Souternes, Vermouth and Muscat. Big shipments here! LIGHT VANS S cwt., 10 cwt., 22 cwf. forward eonrol. Completely imported English panel bodiei. Qualify built , for easy maintenance, lowest upkeep eosti. Speedy, long lasting, with maximum loading space. Available Now for Immediate Delivery Lane's Motors Pry. Ltd. lUUMMtRCIAl VEHICLE DIVISION) 109 Exhibition St.,-Melb. Phone: Cent, maintained that, as Ruddell hp proached, he brushed Muelle aside with his arm. In his statement to the trl bunal, Ruddell said that he couli see a nasty Incident "brewing after Mueller had knocked Mo Donald to the ground, and ha run In to break It up. The tribunal comprised Mr. j Brake (chairman), Mr. R a Rowe and Mr. T. Hammond. The charge against C. Lamber (Essendon) of hacking E. Crad dock (Melbourne) during th same match was not sustain because of conflicting erldeno given by the two umpires who re ported the alleged Incident. Test Team Declines Receptions ADELAIDE, Tuesday. Ai the request of the manager, nt civic reception will be giver the Australian Test team whec it arrives in Adelaide on Sat urday week. Secretary of the S.A. Crtckei Association (Mr. W. H. Jeanes! said to-day he had received word from the manager (K. Johnston stating that the team "regmfulii declined" the association's ofTei of a civic reception. Mr. Johnston had already declined a similar offer by the West Australian Cricket Association. The announcement that cltlzem would not be able to meet Australia's most successful tourlnc team at a reception on Its arrival was received with surprise and regret m cricket, circles. Late Arrival of French Boxers The two French boxers who are being brought to Australia by Stadiums Ltd., Em 1 1 a and Andre Famechon, have been delayed by the cancellation of their aeroplane, and are not expected until the end of the week. Andre, a light-weight, will meel Archie Kemp In his first bout, and Emlle, a bantam-weight, will be matched with Elly Bennett, Australian champion. Five English boxers are await-ing passages to Australia, and four other Frenchmen leave on December 15. Japan May lie .Readmitted NEW YORK, Oct. 12 A.A.P.). Commenting on Japan's appli cation to re-enter Davis Cup competition, the secretary of tha United States Lawn Tennis Association (Mr. E. Baker) said tha association would have to sound out various State organisation! and other countries before making a decision. The Davis Cup committee would have tha final say. However, It seemed likely Japaa would be readmitted to the competition, as United States had el ways had good matches with J pan. Mr. Baker said. WINES Very Highly Commended Port Very Highly Commended Brandy (Old) Highly Commended Sherry 5 1 . 1 BirorniiM MA Distributors for Victoria: UUs :-i 10490.

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