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into a glue-pot,” the type of which we see much in England, Every ball was a difficult one, and every

into a glue-pot,” the type of which we see much in England, Every ball was a difficult one, and every

run well earned. Can we, can Hobbs himself, truthfully say that the country needs him no longer? I not think so. It is true that young players should be given cv.ery 'chance which is possible to prove what they can do; that is wise, but it is folly to drop a man because he is ol
12 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
January 12,

January 12,

12 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
London, S.W.I.

London, S.W.I.

Remittances should be * cheques, or sight drafts, on London, or currency notes registered envelopes.
12 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
January 12, 1929

January 12, 1929

12 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
The Mitorio fight between Tommy Burns and Jack Johnson, which took place on Boxing Bay, iMg, at the Sydney stadium, Rushcutter’s Bay. This picture was taken Just before the police stopped the fight. Permission to reproduce the picture has been kindly granted by the Uon. Mr. Hugh I). Mclntosh.

The Mitorio fight between Tommy Burns and Jack Johnson, which took place on Boxing Bay, iMg, at the Sydney stadium, Rushcutter’s Bay. This picture was taken Just before the police stopped the fight. Permission to reproduce the picture has been kindly granted by the Uon. Mr. Hugh I). Mclntosh.

his office. The Napoleon of boxing, as Burns was called, objected to everybody, and for once Johnson and Burns were in agreement. I lost my temper with them both,” he said, '* and asked them who the devil they wanted? Burns then said, Let us have Mr. Eugene Corri over from Engla
12 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 

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12 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
WALTER 11. HAMMOND,

WALTER 11. HAMMOND,

who must be ranked England’s leading batsman, far as the present series Test matches in Australis concerned. Following his 251 runs In the second Innings of the second Test at Sydney recently, he made runs in England’s first Innings Melbourne this. week.
05 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
* * • WHI Xot Stand.

* * • WHI Xot Stand.

* * WHI Stand. nPHE stricken field, however, will not be decorated the picturesque presence of Miss Kyrle Bellew. Though she is still an ardent Socialist, and takes a passionate interest in Labour politics, she will not be bothered with the fatigues and toils of an actual campaig
26 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
Iddoe*qne.

Iddoe*qne.

THE Venetian decorations and lighting effects bring quite a Lido atmosphere to Regent Street, and the cuisine is under the direction of a famous Venetian chef. Thus, Venice is brought to London in a manner undreamt of by the Kiralfy Brothers. Dinner ai ss. 6d. is not exactly rui
26 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England
 
When Sir Thomas Beecham conducts the 8.8. C. Symphony Orchestra in a programme of works by Delius, or February 8,

When Sir Thomas Beecham conducts the 8.8. C. Symphony Orchestra in a programme of works by Delius, or February 8,

the performance will be relaved from the Kingsway Hall. Only a specially selected audience will preseqll * * * A late evening programme Hem from 2LU on February I, will be announced as syncopated songs and light verse,’’ The full description of this item is ** Rhyme and Rhythm—c
26 January 1929 - Sporting Times - London, London, England