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SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS CANTERBURY PARK RACES. (By "PILOT.") FLYING HANDICAP: [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

SATURDAY REFEREE & ARROW TIPS CANTERBURY PARK RACES. {By 'PILOT.') PI.VINT, HANDICAP i J OWEENEE ? 1 Salarino ? 12 Webimble ............. ? 3 JUVENILE STAKES : DOREEN'G. ? -. .'.-1- ' Endear ? ? ? ? ? ?? 2 Speckled Band ? ...... 3 STEWARDS' MILE : TRUXTON KINO .. ... ? 1 Noogllla ? ??.??.»« 2 Eunclla ? ? ?? ..«?»« — 3 PARK STAKES: . GOLD LADDIE .. .. ? ? ? 1 Tho Sheave ? ? ? .. .. .. 2 Manege ? ? ? *. 3 CANTERBURY HANDICAP : WILLOW GREEN ? v. .. 1 Moraarjay ? . .. 2 Leta .. .. .. ? 3 WELTER HANDICAP t GUN1LLA ? 1 Noogllla .. t ? ? 't En Haul ? j_. ? 3 (By 'THE SCOUT.') PLYING HANDICAP : TORULA ? 1 Oweenoc ? ? .... 2 Webimble ?? -, m0 3 . ? JUVENILE STAKES : ; ' GOREE or ENDEAR. STEWARDS* MILE : NOOGILLA or, WILD WEST. . . PARK STAKES : KINGBROOK .. ? ? ? .. 1 Tlffanr ? 2 . Tlnvona .. .. .. .. .. .. „ _ t.. 3 CANTERBURY' HANDICAP PAX OUT .. .. .. .. „ ^ I Willow Green ? ? « .. .. .. .« 2 Lcta ? ? .. .. ..V'.. ... 3 | WELTER HANDICAP ; I KN HAUT or GUNILLA.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

CANTERBURY PARK RACES. , v TO-DAY, . TODAY.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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CANTERBURY PARK RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY'S. FLYING HANDICAP. (To short at 2 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

CANTERBURY PARR RACES. SATURDAY. FWJRCARY S. FLYING HANDICAP. -To tu r. at 2 p.m.) A hjneheap of ICO tots.; aeooml horse 20 sort., and third houc .10. *ov». irom the prize. Tne winner of. any fcjndicjp Hat race alter dceleratfon of the ucUbU 10 t-trr.» Tib extra; 01 two or mute mjcIi handicaps, iUlb c:*tra. t» (urlonjf?. - . at lb Mr. II. Cohen's b'h lilGANDRA, 'Syr* ? IU Mr. (.laienrrV br or blk m UWKK-NKK, t»yr» a -i Mr. T. C. TrJuiwcIn'a b g MKKKI, until ? ft 3 Mr. .SanmonO br h HAUT KIM5. oyv, ? if Mr. 'Tho-. UurikkkV* blk j? TORCLA. tor ? 7 1J *Me--j-. 'Cooric and Slrnona' hr c. RLLIKVO, Mr. T. I-wj«?r'i« ch jt ASllJIY/l*-vrs .. .. .. .. .. 7 32 Mr. .1 H. iJharpeV C.i jt CttViTY. lyrs ........ 7-0 Mr. h. Walker* ch g COOK AM, lvr-« ? 7 tf y.-. JlyixhrV b- cr 1»JJ» t FJOK1&NTINA, ay r» .. .. ? ? ? 7 3 Maj-«* rbude Smith'* l»r in MILFOIL, lyr* .. .. 7 2 Mr. J. T. Piitc'% ril c SALARINO. 3yw ? 7 1 Mr. ?». Duval'* b b„L\ PATH IK, .. ,v .... 7 0 Mr. M. HarriVb ofsbr, s WKHlM...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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To-day's Racing Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

To-day's Racing Programme. Canterbury Race.*, — Fir#t rare. 2 p.m. Special trains will -leave Central Railway Station as fellov. : 11.25 a.m. (hon.^), n.:-U, 12.31, 12.1.1, 12.57. 1.12, antl 1.24 p.m. Rc*ebery R.i?o, — Fir*t race, 2 p.m. Sf-ecir.l trains at ireqiictit :kut\jU to anil trotn the gate.» of the tourtc.

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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NEWCASTLE J.C. RACES. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8. FLYING HANDICAP—6 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

NEWCASTLE J.C. RACES. iiKTL'RDAY, FEBRUARY 5. FLYING HANDICAP — 6 furlong. 't la H lb Nolsloane ? 11 j Apo'iinari.-* ...... 7 & M.ilt Marj ? 11 2 Fortelatre ? ? 7 ,*i Arbutc ? 0 9 Ambcrlcif?h ? ' ;J .Merlin* .. .. .. .. b 0 J--jdnjl .. M tf 10 ZiniU .. .. .. .. 8-2- City Gun ^ .. .. « 7 Nicosia ? ? 7 tf Tritoma ....^.^.67 ? PACE WELTKR— 7 iurletigi. Pr.orutus .. .. .... 0 8 Chiel Boy .. .. .. 7 lo Alea ? 8 12 Wherry ? ? .. 7 lu Jedburgh ? 8 u Cadwall ? ..77' Port ilunter .. ..8 3 Te Whare 7 '? Macacus ? ...82 Prince Phttus .. M 7 7 Prize Gun ? 8 2 Gibbcrgunvab .... 7 7 lUndeufT ? ? H .0. Bevel ..v.. M J ; . tbtedey ..»7.10, * , ... FEBRUARY HANDICAP-li mile ICOrdi. Prince Lark ? 9 fl O.D.V ? 7 8 John Willie ? .40 Ifci.meny Vurcn.. .1 6 12 Cheri t.hcri ? .S () Royal Mount .. .. « 7 A lei ? 7 - At -i#te .. M M 6 7 J.idy Terrell ? 'a TRL\L IIAXDIC.U'—- tl furlonc*. Orterley .. .. .. .. P 12 1/ord' Polwrarth .. «? 7,7 t^rliaa .. .. .. .. 9 u Matata .. .. .... 7 7 Hindcuff .. ? ?...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 8 February 1913

QUIRINDl JOCKEY CLUB Wednesday and Thursday, February 19 and 20, 1913. £250 PRIZE MONEY. Entries clows February 12, (night of Armidalc Cupl. 10/ to start for any racc. One-third rebate on full box«A over 30 miles. Full particulars from all secretaries. . D. it P0ULSEX, ? .^fiecretaiy. .jj

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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS "SPRINGBOKS" RECORD IN GREAT BRITAIN. END OF A CHEAT TOUR. IN WHICH THEY SCORED 403 POINTS TO 96. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

' SEORT IN OTHER LANDS 'SPRINGBOKS' RECORD IN GREAT BRITAIN. END OF A GREAT TOUR. IN WHICH THEY SCORED 403 POINTS TO 0*3. When the 'Springboks' finished tneir British tour, cheered for the brilliance of their piny by .10,000 p eoplr. :li ey had achieved a record never before equalled by any Colonial team which hns visited England, us readers of 'The Saturday Referee' arc siv.arc. Their Ian panic was ulaved against England at Twickenham, and when it wa* finished nnd they were the victors by nine points to tbrcc, they had beaten England, Ireland. Scotland, arid Wales. But for a try j-eored against them for England, by Poulton, tlioy would have achieved an ove.n more remarkable record and won all four momontotir. games without having a single point peorod against tlum. The crowd iti-elf at the England match was a prodigious one. It included clergy of alt de nomination?. prosperous cjty men, doctors of law and rnrdi- imt gravo-looklng representatives of tbe professions, who threw restra...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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TOMMY BURNS AND BOMBARDIER WELLS. THE SUGGESTED CONTEST AT CALGARY. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

TOMMY BURNS AND BOMBARDIfcR WfcLLS. THE SUGGESTED CONTEST AT CALGARY. Negotiations were proceeding early in January for a match between Bombardier Wells and Tommy Burns, the noted heavy-weight boxer, at Calgary. Mr. Maloney, on behalf of Wells, asked for £3000. The amount was considered by the Calgary promoter to be too much, and he sug gested £1600. To that Sir. Maloney replied that he could not entertain the match for less than £2400. How big the heavy-weights of 1913 talk ! Their masters of 20 years earlier were more modest in the matter of finance. Mr. Maloney. acting on behalf of Wells, said that ho was quite prepared to ratify the match on cer tain conditions, and was quite willing to ac commodate the Calgary promoter as regards tho date, April 7. The conditions stipulated in clude the following : — (1) That the money shall be in the possession of tho editor of tbe 'Sporting Life' beforo Wells leaves England. (2) That the referee shall be mutually agreed upon. Wells would pref...

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SCIENTIFIC DISCUSSION OF SPORT. AMERICAN'S INVITED TO A BIG CONGRESS IN SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

SCIENTI I DISCUSSION OF SPORT. AMERICANS INVI'luu TO A BIG CONGRESS IN SWITZERLAND. According to the American newspapers, not j always the best of guides in matters of fa«. *t must be admitted, all records for depth to which ? bcientiflc discussion of sport has gone arc said 1 to be threatened by preparations for the con gress to be held at Lausanne, on Lake Geneva, I in Switzerland, next Mav. to which American ! members of the International Olympic Commit- | tee have jusi received invitations. Ii is to be I for sclent Ilk* inquiry into the physiology and j psychology of sport. i The American members invito,/ are Professor ' William M. Sloane. Allison V. Armour, and ! Everett J. Woudcll. In addition »o athletic ! leaders from all countries invited, university j student? and others Interested have been so licited to contribute papers. The depths to which they are urged to go is given «n an out- j line for papers. 'Do natural aptitudes suffice to stimulate the ' individual for sport, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

IT GOES INTO THT HO.i;= .... and H I valued when it gcta Uicro .... the 'Sunday Times.', N-ew subjects of general public in- I terest ..... and importance .... regularly 1 recjbJio their Introductions in tho 'Sunday I ' No other paper has so many readers per cop*. It affords advertisers the moat valuable advertising connection possible. Insist on having Wbhtt THE REAL BRAND OF Swiss Milk Chocolate Art you .oatlootlno tho airdi for Toblor'i Al bum ? When completed we olve 10/ worth ol Chocolates fre« of choroe.

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SYD. KEMP v. CLIFTON PICKERING. ANOTHER MATCH MADE BY SCULLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

SYD. KEMP v. CLIFTON PICKERING. ANOTHER MATCH MADE DY SCULLERS. Syd. Kemp, of Abbotsford, and Clifton Picker- 1 Ing, of Pcakburst, have signed articles to row | In 18ft pleasure skiffs, from Bottle Point to , the Searle Memorial, on March 15. fo JC301 aside, with the option to increase the amount | to £5ft aside. | tuv uiucicb Bwpmaic tnai .nr. »m. tjeacn i he asked to act as referee, and Mr. N. J. Mc- I Donald as Judge: whilst the editor of 'The Referee' hns been appointed stakeholder. Fir*.t ' deposits will be of £5 on tbe side, second dc- j posits of JClS (due on March I), and tbe balance has to be made good on March S. It is stipu- I lated that the boats to be used shall be tho:*? In which the Pickering* Bran match wus decldcd, I and coming from Vlpond's shed. I Kemu would have preferred 16ft skiffs, but I there was really no hitch whatever In the nego tiations. which were conducted In the be;-t porting spirit. The match will be sure arouse considerable interert.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

ROSEHILL RACES. AUTUMN MEETING. FIRST DAY : SATURDAY. MARCH 1. 'Tin: TRIAL STAKKS -hj»eri.il ina »rv. !-nr i^r-r* thai h.m- nnrr m.civrd (til* it u; y.vn ftjkei Jt th ? ? ?t.iriltiw. ii faflo'ijj*. 'flit: It A W SON HT.X M-. OVrisUt-fcAav ?AitJi .-?o »().-,«. 1 mile I Jurlong. 'Hit: H.ULWAV STAKKS. li*» -n-. i- fnrlons?. TIIK CLLil IIANi»J-'\!\ ?J»W I mile li furlong. TIIK .IfVKNILt; STAKKS. (For Two-year.*-oid.) ljo «ovr. .*» furlonsi. TMK I'AHRAMATr.V MILK. 125 Lowest weight 8.0. 1 nnh. SECOND DAY : SATURDAY, MARCH S. TIIK (JRANVILLK STAKES. 10) rnvs For all hope* that have never rctrlved 4 pr»^c in .i fl.i». rj«e rxcuiHng tiic value ot 1° ^ j.n.-rti '? turlongf. ^ TIIK CAMELLIA STAKKS. iij jovj. 1 mile. Tin: CLVDK STAKKS. lij mivj. 0 furlong*. TIIK NLitSKIlY HANDICAP. (For Tvco*yean«'OlJ.) 150 «or«. .'tl filrionj*. TIIK CAHLtNtJFOHl) MILK. 12'» !»ov^. l.yw»'t weight S'. 1 mile, A.J.C. Jtid Rfctil ition*. KNTI1IKS ( LOSS | P.M. MONDAY NKXT, FKlUtt'ARV 17 Knlwrnf Wo *or Kmh lt.ur, ...

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HARRY PEARCE FAREWELLED HE LEAVES FOR ENGLAND TO-DAY [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

HARRY PEARCE FAREWELLED I IIC LKAVKS rou KNOLANU TO-DAY. Harry Penree, the popuiar ex-Australian (ham- . liion. who leaves for England to-day, met with a ; jeeeption on Monday night the warmth nf which should satisfy his most ardent ndmirTS. Vet It was not one bit more generous than he deserved. Pearce, since he won the title from Thorough- I good, has had an unbeaten enreer hi races for j the Australian title, and his stralghtness and ability has soundly established him in publle ! favor. He was honored at his farewell, not only by professional seuUcvs, but by nmateurs as well. Such well-known members of the amateur body as Messrs. Albert K. Nash, N. J. McDonald, John Dtackmon, J. McGregor, and J. Scott at tended to wish him bon voyage, and such a fine representative of the professionals as Bill Beach ! came 00 miles to wiPh him success against Barry, The meeting wos a representative one. and If ! Pearce ever had any doubts as to his popularity, ] they must have beeu allayed on Mon...

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COLONIALS IN SPORT. SOUTH AFRICA AND AUSTRALASIA. A Springbok View Indicating a Change in South African Opinions of Australasians in Sport. "Sporting Star," Johannesburg (11-1-1913). [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

COLONIALS IN SPORT. SOOTH AFRICA AUD AUSTRALASIA. A Springbok View Indicating a Change in South African ' Opinions of Austra lasians in Sport. .. 'Sporting Star,' Johannesburg (I1-1-1913). * The ' cordial rclationnhlp which existed be tween the United Kingdom and Australian teams Iu the playing or tho groat lawn tv-nni.H cjODtcst'at Melbourne ;it the cud of November, the hospitality of the people ot the inland Cou ttnent, and, above all, tbo line sporting spirit in which they took tho lot.* of a trophy which I it was generally expected they would retaiu. ! will gently enhance the reputation of the I conntry ns the horao of nood tportsmcn. The) attitude of 'the people oj the Ceavn^nwralih i is the more commendable in vie?; of ihelr great' anxiety to hold the Davi.s Cup, and the closely J contested struggles which took plnce for i».ii f possesion, and there cannot be the slightest i doubt^tbat the victorious British team the more appreciated their success on account of the genorous ma...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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ROWING AMONGST THE AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

- ROWING © Of 'AQUA.' AMONGST THE AMATEURS, Lclehhardt Rowing Club Regatta will take plflce this afternoon, j The races will be held over the Iron Cove I course, and as a good programme Is down tor j derision, and the entries are good, some tine j racing should result. Since Balmaln R.C. only » hoe a lead of six points In the Pennant (rotu ! Enterprise R.C., no doubt the club will cn* I ticavor to win some of the junior races, but the ' race which will decide over which boathouse the 1912-13 Pennant will fly is the Challenge Eights at St, Ignatius Regatta In a fortnight's ; Hire. ? ' | But the keenest competition prevails In the { Junior division, where Enterprise R.C. leads i Mosman and J-e/chhardt clubs by four point.-4 j each. All three clubs will accordingly make a ; big bid for the Junior races, as the.*?, with the ; races at St. Ignatius' College Regatta nnd Bal- ; main R.C. Regatta, are the last of the season. . The Junior eights race accordingly should be a t very hard tussl...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SAILING THELMA CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

SAILING (By 'TOM CRINGLE.') T HELM A CUP. To be neiucn ny ice fiaaii margin of 21 r.eeond?-, is parnmount to a victory for CulwuUa HI. In 'tn«- race sailed last Saturday lor thin trophy, for Had it been a race under L.It. con ditions handicaps would have been reversed. Such result empnnstsea the necessity of en couraging class or one design racing, for no matter what data Is at a handieapper's disposal, or to what trouble he may go to, it is Impossible , to bring extreme* down to any degree of even nesr. ihe unsatisfactory results, that handicap ping boats of unequal size and merit brought | about, made It necessary to evolve some sys tem of classification which has been altered from time to time. The latest and moat suc cessful class, both In the United Kingdom nnd cn the European continent, to say nothing of this outposts ot the Empire, has been the one design yacht. It Is thereforo to be regretted that the Joint ?onnnlttfe of the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron and Royal Prince Alfre...

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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SPORT SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

SPORT SALAD . I BY THE 'SATURDAY REFERCtL AND ARHCVY' STAFF. I \V. Stewart, tbe Tav-nu'ttian ama'tur sprinter, played for Scotland ;*.gain:-t Kran e ;;r.,l \Valcs as wing tlir'T'-fjiuirt cr baek at Rugby I'nlon Union icotball thu; seascn. l!e .v.ored a few ! tries- agaiu:'. the French. | Or. T. O. I'ot l;!'y, th^ .Sydney t.iwn tennis {player, who. inn:- alia, won the Field cup at Hufwleh lass Actum:!. Km !eft K.'igln'id, en route j for Sydney. tr.wcMing via British i'ast Africa, where he hop,-; enjoy some bis game shooting. ! DONALD DINNliT. A generation as' the name of Donald DInnle iros u householfi world, not In Scitland only, ^ but throughout the world ol athletes. He was i the greatest ell-rour.d el amplon known In his time. There v-as any branch of j athletics in which he did Hit cxc.-l, and his j strength feats were phenomena!. Wherever Scotsmen are to he found — In other v.ords, from | ihe North to the S:iuth Pole— Ills name will never cease lo be honored for the lustre his ...

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LEAGUE SWIMMING. THE LEAGUE'S GREAT ATTRACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

'EA6UE SWIMMING. (By CECIL HEALY.) THE LEAGUE'S GREAT ATTRACTION. Some people who are not energetically in clined might be disposed to think that n secre tory'* lot Is not h happy onr. If he huppen* to be of the conscientious, bustling type of Mr. S. Geo. Bull, who nets In an honorary mpaeltj for the League. For weeks past he baa been working strenuously In the Interests ot the Mu ft 1. a I t» U.. I...I.I .1 \l tl n l.-i it.. I Baths to-day. It has b^cit his amblilnn to I c I Identified with the gnMtcHt carnival yet h«n| under the auspices ot thni body. aud. Judgia: ; hy the entries and nil such lndleniions. h«* U ' undoubtedly on the verge ol a great triumph ' He and his co-workers fully realise the rci-c.*. » blty of offering something extra ppeelnl to o» ! Justice to the seating accommodation nv »!iii 'r In the spnelou* building, nnd for thnt i«a.- i all the 'plums'* available, in the way nt - tractive Items, havo been kept bock for iml-i. ; slon In to-day's i»rogtti'un;r. It (al...

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BILLIARDS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

I BILLIARDS I ? ® By ??OROP-CANNON.' A letter from Hurry Gray to this paper on Monday confirmed th' dates already published that ho and lilr son, George, would arrive in .\ieib«»urne on Monday. .March Tbey leave ? ''jJ initio to-day. He did not state what pro* vramme he ha 1 mapped out for his son, but presumably they will come on to Sydnev on n vhi'. to the rest of '.he family before playing ;«ny games. Should a match be arranged with Lindrum In Sydney for Easter week— -which Is ? ally thir year— the game would be a grcnt draw, for nt Eastertide most nf our country lolk make thoir annual pilgrimage to the Show and races. : OP.AV AND LINDRUM. They have been fed up to 5ueh an extent « with the doings of both youths that they would fv/arm into tho .show In hundreds. Llndrum J* evidently keeping well In anticipation of such ft happening, aa I noticed in the 'Referee' that le averaged Gf) on a country tabic last week against Ted Yanpang, the gentlemanly half caste Chinese. who has perfo...

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BOWLS AND BOWLERS WICKS FROM THE GREENS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 15 February 1913

BOWLS AND BOWLERS J- BY 'JACK HIGH.' WICKS FROM THE GREENS. Cox 'boxed.' I Box and Cox I Were not in it. j Hope was most forlorn. 'I can't hold them.' he cried. He meant the bowls, not tire Citys. 1 The fact was he couldn't hold either. I Mick Morati was as lively as a wet hen. Dr. Burgo was like a sitting hen— always on I It. Mnrkft' rfoMrorioq rf»mlnrir»-! one of a roned rooster. While Hope, after being caught, resembled an executed fowl. The peacock didn't strut, but the mallco hen did some sprints. After which a few notes on the game, City v. Wnverley. may be appreciated. Cltys don't care to figure as common trash; but they have common sense. Provision of cloths for wiping tho wet bowls was worth 15 or 20 points to them. And how they bung on to them. Maybe Wavs. could have had them for the asking In the game between Thorpe and Cox the Wovcrley men should have won comfortably. J. Martin led wonderfully well, most of his flhot:- dropping a few inchcs from the Jack. Parcon No. 2 pl...

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