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He shared a partnership of 90 with Sutcliffe, who batted at number six, and Hobbs went on to score 119 through cautious batting.
Signing with the Baltimore Orioles, Sutcliffe went 16 – 15 and 10 – 10 in and, starting the first game at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
*" Student Susan ", a track on Japanese guitarist Saiichi Sugiyama's album So Am I ( 2004 ), which Brown wrote with Sugiyama, is named after the former girlfriend of Stuart Sutcliffe of the Beatles whom Brown went out with in the Liverpool poetry scene in the early 1960s.
The Argus went on to say that Sutcliffe, with youth on his side, " looks every inch a cricketer ( with ) a variety of good strokes ".
Sutcliffe kept his place in the Yorkshire team and continued to bat in the middle of the order for a month until, in the match against Nottinghamshire at Bramall Lane on 27 and 28 June, Wilfred Rhodes decided to drop down the order for the 2nd innings and Sutcliffe went in first with Percy Holmes.
In the Second Test at Lord's, Hobbs and Sutcliffe scored 268 before Sutcliffe was out for 122, his maiden Test century ; Hobbs went on to make 211 and England again won by an innings.
Sutcliffe went on to make 161 and, in the end, England won the game comfortably, by 289 runs, and regained The Ashes.
During the winter of 1930 – 31, Hobbs and Sutcliffe went on a private tour of India and Ceylon that was organised by the Maharajkumar of Vizianagram ( popularly known as " Vizzy ").
Sutcliffe and Hutton put on 56 before Hutton was out for 37 and Sutcliffe went on to score 51 before he was out at 117 – 2, leg before wicket to George Heath, who thus took his wicket for the second time in 1939.
They put on 120 in their only innings until Hobbs was out for 45 ; Sutcliffe went on to make 111.
At the end of the 1924 – 25 tour of Australia, Sutcliffe and his Yorkshire colleague George Macaulay went into business together as a sports outfitting company with shops in Leeds and Wakefield.
Lennon's work permit was revoked a few days later and he went home by train, but Sutcliffe had a cold and stayed in Hamburg, and then flew home.

Sutcliffe and on
When the Cubs clinched the Eastern Division with a Sutcliffe complete-game 2-hitter at Pittsburgh on September 23, the franchise had its first title of any kind since 1945.
In Game 5 the Cubs took a 3 – 0 lead into the 6th inning, and a 3 – 2 lead into the seventh with Sutcliffe ( who won the Cy Young Award that year ) still on the mound.
Pete Best joined Lennon, McCartney, Stuart Sutcliffe and Harrison on the eve of their Hamburg sojourn, the five using the monikers, " The Silver Beetles " and " The Silver Beatles " ( they would experiment with " The Beat Brothers " and ultimately " The Beatles " while in Hamburg with Best ).
Sutcliffe's input was, however, an important early influence on the development of the band's image ; Sutcliffe was the first to wear what would later become famous as The Beatles ' moptop hairstyle, asking his girlfriend Astrid Kirchherr to cut his hair in emulation of the hairdo worn by friend Klaus Voormann.
The band at the time included John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Stu Sutcliffe on bass and Pete Best on drums.
21 in the UK, but the second, " Killer on the Loose ", reached the top 10 amid much adverse publicity due to the ongoing activities of serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, known as " The Yorkshire Ripper ".
Additional musicians included Roger Crankwell on saxophone and clarinet, Denis Haines on piano, Paul Neiman on trombone, Steve Sidwell on trumpet and Jess Sutcliffe on piano.
* EVOLVER article on John Sutcliffe ( in German )
Sutcliffe argues that Armin wrote a pamphlet published in 1599, A Pil to Purge Melancholie, on the grounds that it was published by the same press, mentions a clown with Armin ’ s nickname, and contains verbal echoes of Two Maids of More-clacke.
Australia posted a large total and England, despite an opening partnership of 59 by Hobbs and Sutcliffe, followed on.
Amid huge public interest and excitement, Hobbs and Sutcliffe shared an opening stand of 53 on the first day, but after both sides had batted once, the match was evenly balanced at the end of the second day.
Instead, Hobbs and Sutcliffe, who had scored 49 on the second evening, began to bat confidently before the effects of a hot sun drying a damp pitch made batting even more hazardous.
In the final game, Hobbs, opening with Jardine as Sutcliffe was injured, scored 142 on the first day, his 12th and final Test century against Australia.
After his retirement from baseball, Sutcliffe became a color commentator for the San Diego Padres on Channel 4 San Diego ( 1997 – 2004 ), ESPN ( 1998 – present ) and DirecTV / MLB International ( 1997 – 2002 and since 2010, as well as a minor-league pitching coach in the San Diego Padres system for a couple of seasons.
Between November 1971 and April 1973 Sutcliffe worked at the factory of Baird Television Ltd, on the packaging line.
The great Yorkshire and England cricketer Herbert Sutcliffe died in a Cross Hills nursing home on 22 January 1978, aged 83.
In May 1981, at the trial of The Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe, Sutcliffe pleaded not guilty to 13 counts of murder, but guilty to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility.

Sutcliffe and make
However, Hobbs and Sutcliffe put on 172 runs for the first wicket and England eventually scored 436, leaving Australia to make 415 to win in unfavourable conditions for batting.
Jardine later wrote about the number of times Hobbs and Sutcliffe were hit " all over the body " during their stand and made the point that, if a batsman is to make runs on an Australian sticky wicket, then being hit by the ball is inevitable.
Sutcliffe enjoyed only mixed success with the bat but he did make his career highest Test score of 194 in the First Test at Sydney, which England won by 10 wickets.
Sutcliffe set high standards for himself and was determined to get on in life, as well as cricket, and make a lot of money.
Bill Bowes said that Sutcliffe readily acknowledged the superior ability of Jack Hobbs, Walter Hammond and Len Hutton but what Sutcliffe did have were the concentration and willpower to make the best of his abilities in any given situation.

Sutcliffe and 161
In a summer of hot, thundery weather that produced some exceptionally bad pitches, Sutcliffe averaged 87. 61 in the four Tests he played in, scoring 161 in the Fifth Test at The Oval.

Sutcliffe and England
England had a very strong batting side, with Wally Hammond contributing 905 runs at an average of 113. 12, and Hobbs, Sutcliffe and Patsy Hendren all scoring heavily ; the bowling was more than adequate, without being outstanding.
Yorkshire and England cricketers Sir Len Hutton, Herbert Sutcliffe, Ray Illingworth and Matthew Hoggard all learned to play in Pudsey.
The England opening batsman Herbert Sutcliffe attended Pudsey School and learnt his cricket with the Pudsey St Lawrence and Pudsey Britannia cricket clubs.
Other subsequent high profile cases to have sparked widespread media and public calls for the death penalty's return include " Yorkshire Ripper " Peter Sutcliffe, convicted in 1981 of murdering 13 women and attacking seven others in the north of England, Roy Whiting, who murdered a seven-year-old girl in West Sussex in 2000, and Ian Huntley, a Cambridgeshire school caretaker who killed two 10-year-old girls in 2002.
An opening batsman, Hobbs established several effective opening partnerships ; with Tom Hayward and Andy Sandham for Surrey and with Wilfred Rhodes and Herbert Sutcliffe for England.
When England batted first, Hobbs and Sutcliffe added 136 for the first wicket ; Hobbs, playing a Test innings in England for the first time since 1912, scored 76.
Hobbs and Sutcliffe shared their second century opening partnership of the game, and Hobbs scored 57, but England lost by 193 runs.
Around this time, Hobbs began to openly talk about his retirement from Test matches, but after a century in a tour match, he scored 74 and shared a partnership of 143 with Sutcliffe as England won the fourth Test by 12 runs.
He had already met a number of great Yorkshire players including George Hirst and he was delighted by an end of season newspaper report in which Herbert Sutcliffe predicted that Trueman would play for Yorkshire before he was nineteen and for England before he was twenty-one.
Locals encouraged him to meet the Yorkshire and England cricketer Herbert Sutcliffe, a neighbour, from whom Hutton received coaching in Sutcliffe's garden.
Francis Meadow ( Frank ) Sutcliffe ( 6 October 1853 – 31 May 1941 ) was an English pioneering photographic artist whose work presented an enduring record of life in the seaside town of Whitby, England, and surrounding areas, in the late Victorian era and early 20th century.
Michelle Sutcliffe ( born February 3, 1967 ) is a female boxer from England who also practices the martial arts sport of Muay Thai, where she is undefeated in nine fights, with three wins by knockout.
Sutcliffe is one of the most famous female fighters to come from England.
On a pitch affected by rain, England then scored 436, mainly because of a large partnership between opening batsmen Jack Hobbs and Herbert Sutcliffe.
A large opening partnership from Hobbs and Sutcliffe gave England a chance, and Hobbs sent a message to the England dressing room suggesting a tactical change in the batting order.
Andy Sutcliffe ( born 9 May 1947 in Mildenhall, Suffolk ) is a British former racing driver from England.
* Biography of Arthur Budd with an England team photograph including John Willie Sutcliffe
With Jack Hobbs having retired the following year, Bakewell was seen as the best young prospect open the England innings with the incomparable Herbert Sutcliffe.
Herbert Sutcliffe ( born 24 November 1894 at Summerbridge, Nidderdale, North Yorkshire ; died 22 January 1978 at Cross Hills, North Yorkshire ) was an English professional cricketer who represented Yorkshire and England as an opening batsman.

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