|Venue: MCG||Date: Saturday July 25, 1914|
|Result: Won by 53 points||Umpire: Lane||Crowd: 8,173|
|Goalkickers: C.Fisher 4, V.Gardiner 4, B.Cook 2, J.Lowe 2, P.Daykin 1, C.Hammond 1, S.McKenzie 1, A.Sharp 1.|
Game ReviewAt the end of this round Carlton were in 1st spot on the ladder with a percentage of 131.5.
|B:||26 George Calwell||15 Ernie Jamieson||3 Percy Daykin|
|HB:||25 Alf Baud||1 Billy Dick (c)||7 Steve Leehane|
|C:||12 George Challis||19 Rod McGregor||2 Ted Brown|
|HF:||6 Viv Valentine||22 Bill Cook||Stan McKenzie|
|F:||30 Jack Lowe||13 Vin Gardiner||21 Charlie Fisher|
|Ruck:||5 Harry Haughton (vc)||24 Charlie Hammond||20 Athol Sharp|
Milestones50 Games: Harry Haughton
World Tour"A meeting was held in Melbourne on Saturday evening in connection with a tour of Australian footballers being promoted by the old St.Kilda captain, Mr. J. Smith. Mr. S. Bloom presided, and the proposal was keenly advocated by Messrs. C. Hickey (Australian Football Council) A. Willis, D. McNamara (St.Kilda), J. A. Dennis (Williamstown, T. Fogarty, R. Rush (Collingwood), J. Wright (Carlton), C. Hardy (North Melbourne), J. McHale (Collingwood), P. Shea (Essendon), A. J. Curran and others. Mr. Smith explained that about £1300 had already been promised, and that the total expenses would amount to £8,100."
Referee (Sydney) July 29 p13
Ten days later on August 04 Great Britain declared war on Germany and four years of slaughter would commence.
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