JONES'S BOWLING.. LONDON, November-1. The newspapers commend Phillips's action in no-balling Jones. The «Daily' New s' thinks ih it he deserves the thanks of all good cricketers. Had umpires had similar courage iu Grassland's (the Lancashire bowler'h) day the throwing nuisance would have long since been abolished. •The Times,' referring to tho.no-balliug of Jones, expresses a hope that since Phillips has broken the stolid indifference other umpires will follow his example and prevent unfair bowling.
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CRICKET., Evening Star, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897
CRICKET. Evening Star, Issue 10461, 3 November 1897
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