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1O SOUL OF THE CLUB
CLUB CHAMPIONS AND TROPHY WINNERS
Abbott Adelstein Al Howard Alan Amateur antisemitism Australian ball Barbara Phillips Barry Chirlian Basser became Bill Ritchie Bonnie Doon Brian Davis captain Catts cent championship Clerc Club's clubhouse Cohen Colin Tatz committee competition course David Berman Dora Deane Elanora Enid Berns Eric Rheuben event fairway fees Gino Osmo Gladys Farrell green handicap Henry Hirschhorn hole Hyman Eizenberg Hyman Penn Hymie Ilia Vilensky Japanese Jeremy Jewish Jewish golfers Jews Jimmy Boots John Little Johnston Judy junior Kevin Crowe left to right Maurice Richmond membership Michael Monash Country Club Monash Golf Club Monash Holdings Monash members Moynie Levy Nick Fry pennant team Peter Headland Phil Wood players playing members president professional Pymble Ros Fischl Ross Bockman Roy Vandersluis Royal Sydney Rupert Michaelis score Scott secretary-manager social South Wales sport Steigrad Sydney Terry Hill Tom Winter Trophy Vic Ferguson women
Page 52 - Australia looks to America, free of any pangs as to our traditional links or kinship with the United Kingdom.
Page 53 - it will no doubt be appreciated also that, as we have no racial problem, we are not desirous of importing one
Page 53 - racial problem, we are not desirous of importing one by encouraging any scheme of largescale foreign migration.
Page 22 - Germans are not discriminating against Jews in their Olympic tryouts. The Jews are eliminated because they are not good enough as athletes. Why, there are not a dozen Jews in the world of Olympic calibre.
Page 52 - Without any inhibitions of any kind, I make it quite clear
Page 5 - Now golf is a game in which each player has a small hard ball of his own, which he strikes with the intention of putting it into a hole. Abstractly, he wishes to do this with as few blows as possible, concretely, in fewer than his opponent.
Page 24 - trams. Modulate your voices. Do not make yourself conspicuous anywhere by walking with a group of persons, all of whom are loudly speaking