He was elected at his own suggestion managing director, with the earnest support of Shoesmith and Naylor, and conducted the magazine so successfully and brilliantly that he even got a whole back page of advertisements from the big sports shop in Holborn, and made the printers pay at the same rate for a notice of certain books of their own which they said they had inserted by inadvertency to fill up space.
Frank felt an interest to know how Sport Harris was getting along.
R71288, 6Dec50, Bridgett Mary O'Connell (E) SPORT STORY MAGAZINE.
The other editor was to be Antonio Botelho, a former sports writer at The Navhind Times, who I knew well, both as writer and later as one of the office-bearers of the Goa Football Association.
"You have the true sporting spirit, sir," cried the voice of Jeems. "
My friend, Cyril D'Cunha, started a sports weekly called Goal, and I was its Mumbai correspondent.
If you go to a large hotel, with all its luxuries, you will pay anything from L1 a day upwards, and this may not include sports tax, etc.
It was sport royal.
One fine morning, it was announced that a newspaper has been launched in town called the Herald, and that the front-page and sports-page of this newspaper would be displayed daily on one of the ground-floor notice boards.
Sport story magazine.
Table of Contents Chapter 1 Sixties' stories: Free Goa's first elections Chapter 2 Goan journalism: Views from near and far Chapter 3 West Coast Times : A dream ruined Chapter 4 Novem Goem: The Roof Caves In Chapter 5 The Herald of A New Ethos Chapter 6 oHERALDo: an untold chapter Chapter 7 The banyan tree: working under Rajan Chapter 8 Rural Goa, unheard, unsung... Chapter 9 A year apart... journalism and leaving home Chapter 10 Growing up with the Herald... Chapter 11 In black & white... newsdesk nuggets Chapter 12 The proof of it all... Chapter 13 Birth pangs at Sant Inez Chapter 14 An era of free sheeters Chapter 15 Journalism in Goa: An outsider looks in Chapter 16 An accidental Bhailo Chapter 17 Why Konkani failed its readers... Chapter 18 Romi Konkani, hanging on a cliff Chapter 19 Comrades in crime: Police reporting Chapter 20 Of sports... and sports journalism Chapter 21 From journalist... to publisher Introduction If you believe in miracles, here is a small one.
It's worth recalling, to put the issue in context: "Since October 1987 (that is, till mid-February 1988), one chief sub-editor, one sports sub-editor, two reporters, a cartoonist and a correspondent resigned from the Herald.
Another sub-editor who caught my attention was Cornelius Gomes who worked on the sports desk with Nelson Dias.
I provided freelance services for both papers in the sports department.
"Be a sport yoreself," returned Bill Allen, skipping into the bunkhouse. "
New note in sports writing. (
Even the ladies of the house came out to exclaim over him, and Marian Devant, pretty, eighteen, and a sports-woman, stooped down, caught his head between her hands, looked into his fine eyes, and wished him "Good luck, old man."
Marry, I prithee, do, to make sport withal; but love no man in good earnest, nor no further in sport neither than with safety of a pure blush thou mayst in honour come off again.
Trebooze so afraid of infection, you see, my lord,"--which is a lie: then blunders out a few fulsome compliments to Scoutbush's courage in staying; then takes heart at a little joke of Scoutbush's, and tries the free and easy style; fingers his lordship's high-priced Hudsons, and gives a broad hint that he would like to smoke one on the spot; which hint is not taken, any more than the bet of a "pony" which he offers five minutes afterwards, that he will jump his Irish mare in and out of Aberalva pound; is utterly "thrown on his haunches" (as he informs his friend Mr. Creed afterwards) by Scoutbush's praise of Tom Thurnall, as an "invaluable man, a treasure in such an out-of-the-way place, and really better company than ninety-nine men out of a hundred;" recovers himself again when Scoutbush asks after his otter-hounds, of which he has heard much praise from Tardrew; and launches out once more into sporting conversation of that graceful and lofty stamp which may be perused and perpended in the pages of "Handley Cross," and "Mr. Sponge's Sporting Tour," books painfully true to that uglier and baser side of sporting life, which their clever author has chosen so wilfully to portray.
San Francisco is essentially an out-of-door city, with three hundred odd days of clement weather, made for the display of light raiment, whether it be organdie dresses, sports togs or afternoon frocks.
Local railway fares on mountain railways are high, because of the great expense of keeping them open, but most of these railways offer special sports tickets, either for a definite period as a season ticket, or for a certain number of journeys.
Among other things, some months after I joined, the Herald launched the Sportswatch, the only sports supplement in Goa at that time.
The sport-struggle is best illustrated in the fiction of Lawrence Perry, whether it be that of a polo match, tennis game, or crew race. "
The Sporting Spaniel 26.
Dr. Paul Wolff's Leica sport shots.
Instead of regaling Wilbur with this gossip she insinuated his need for flannel trousers, sport shirts with rolling collars, tennis shoes of white.
Would admirers realize that you were most interested in world events, but read the sports section of the New York Times first, everyday?
there are other Troyans that thou dream'st not of, the which for sport sake are content to do the profession some grace; that would (if matters should be look'd into) for their own credit sake make all whole.
Except for a brief stint on the sports desk of the Free Press Journal, my main grounding on the news and reporting desk was with the Times of India, Bombay, and then on The Navhind Times and back to the Goa page of the Times of India, Bangalore edition, as a stringer, where I also did a lot of sports reporting.
After a season of doing freelance sports reporting for The Indian Express in the city now called Mumbai, I felt much like a lover.
Some that he makes sport withall perhappes, but none that he respects, I assure ye.
Two or three hotels are kept open for sports people only, and at these the life is just the same as in all the other well-known centres.
Sport model. (
The sporting miner's wife can no longer afford dog biscuits: "Our dog's got to eat what we eats now."
But those who are fond of lamenting the modern spirit of the age, which prefers the forty minutes' burst over a severe country to a three hours' hunting run, are apt to lose sight of the fact that in these piping times of peace, without the risks of sport mankind is liable to degenerate towards effeminacy.
SPORTS culine.colorado.edu Look up schedules for teams in various professional sports leagues here, under "Professional Sports Schedules."
Most good sports hotels now provide a bench with an electric iron in a special heated and lighted room where the Ski-runner can work happily after tea, or on a snowy day.
Snow sport games are also annual events in the Routt, Leadville and Pike National Forests of Colorado.
Sport um Gagaly.
Facilities for all kinds of games and sports furnish recreation.
"I don't know much about American sports figures," said Elephant. "
Ye jovial hunters, in the morn Prepare then for the chase; Rise at the sounding of the horn And health with sport embrace.
Shining puttees lying bravely about the shape of his leg; brown outing breeches, creased, laced at their abbreviated ends; shirt of the sport effect; a shrewd-eyed man of thirty-five with ambitions, a chalky complexion, and a very weak mouth with full red lips.
Brief, I recover'd him, bound up his wound, And, after some small space, being strong at heart, He sent me hither, stranger as I am, To tell this story, that you might excuse His broken promise, and to give this napkin, Dy'd in his blood, unto the shepherd youth That he in sport doth call his Rosalind.
To my surprise, he offered me a job as joint editor of a sports daily the Chowgules were then planning on launching.
If he had run with the sport crowd, which was always looking for recruits, or if he had been merely a hard student, working for Phi Beta Kappa, he might have been let alone.
The official organ of the Royal Yacht Club, the Royal Jockey Club, and all representative Swedish sport clubs, is the Ny Tidning foer Idrott, which is owned by Count Clarence von Rosen, one of the grandsons of the late Mrs. Bloomfield Moore, of Philadelphia.
I heard a good example of this sort of thing on my sports channel just the other day.
Rime Fairies 140 MEEK, J. Ballade of Approaching Baldness 459 In Memory of Dora 8 MENZIES, G. K. Cook (The) 382 Polly 310 Six-hour Day (The) 250 MILNE, A. A. Arrival of Blackman's Warbler 356 Getting Out 74 Housing Question (The) 340 Perils of Reviewing (The) 400 To the Death 240 Two Visits (The) 160 NICHOLSON, R. T. Capital Outlay (A) 396 NORRISS, CECIL Bird Notes 439 Charivaria weekly Germ (The) 368 OGILVIE, W. H. Good-bye, Australians 36 Little Grey Water 462 OYLER, MISS MADELINE Literary Options 142 PARKES, J. W. Demobilisation 162 PAYNE, H. H. Occupied Opera 201 PHILLIPS, GORDON Apres la Guerre 100 POOLE, J. C. Civil Education for Soldiers 108 PRESTON-TEWART, A. Another Pending Indemnity 488 Communications 370 Kismet 159 PRING, B. V. Schloss Billet (The) 242 RIGBY, BEGINALD Archaeologists (The) 480 Boom in Architecture (The) 26 Domestic Question Solved (The) 358 Gallery Play 236 Hints on Selecting an Aeroplane 458 Sporting Chance (A) 430 ROACH, MISS M. E. Brother Service (The) 8 ROBERTS, E. L. Delysious Details 220 ROBINSON, J. P. Linguist (The) 70 ROWAN-ROBINSON, MRS.