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SPORT FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

SPORT FIXTURES FOR TO-DAY. RACING. Citr TattfTStlP* Spring -l»rtirg.— First riff. 1.45 p.m. I 5p-*rUl tfslnr to ind fmm th» rae*ertiir«e platforms. I V.a.T.c. ?rfing Meetiag — Cmlflcld Hay,

Publication Title: Saturday Referee And The Arrow
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

m O - D A Y. ? TO-DAY, JL SYDNEY FLYING SQUADRON 18ft. HANDICAP l SOW AND liOS COCItSK. litlZFS C \'- STi:.\MKRS KUI.OOA and I.ADY IIAW60N FOLLOW. Steamer Kulgoa (licensed tn firry mo) IriVM Ptf phcn-M.. nalmaln, nt -.30 j\m.; ri-lnt »t., Pvrmonl at 'J . 3 ; Parling-at., Palniain, at ?2.4,1 { and Fort Mae' qunrif*. 3. Id p.m. Strainer bade IIbwaoii |ravr« Fort Mkfiuarir Only at 3 10 p.m. PaMpngcrf. r,»«y lauj Link Iidaml and View llace from *tart to Flc't-ti. T1C1££T5 ; Gentlemen. !/? Udiea, GJ. ? ? ? 2 ? ? ? ^ UGD. I

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SPORT IN OTHER LANDS. CURIOUS LAWN TENNIS INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

SPORT IN OTHER LANDS, ? ? ? ? CURIOUS LAWN TENNIS INCIDENT. A llong Ko:;-: corresponds; give particular.* of a curious in. Ident that on urred on a local court a couple of months ago. In order lo esi-upe the penalty of running Into the net aft'-r making a winning lob a player Jumped over th'' tape and back again while his opponent, ignorant of thi.s acrobatic feat, has his back turned in purcn.lt of the ball ! Let us hasten to add i hat oui « rcdullty Is not so nittrh strained as our readers- might suppose, for n similar eveni was witnessed at thc Buxton tournament (England). so;n-« years ngo. Needless to say. th' jumper breaks the law, even if he does not break the net. UlST I'ALL IN GOLF. | A military correspondent writing from Meerut, India i)3.5.IM2-. lo 'The Field,' asks:— Can you Inform me of the rule Iri the following case? flaying golf on the Mecrut golf links I drove h ball from the Uf tit lee; after Ihc ball had s topped it was picked up from the ground by a Itatidar (comm...

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TROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

TROTTING. (By 'RAMBLER.') Nu metropolitan fixtures during the week ca guged attentloa. Tho Australian Trotting Club has set down 0 meeting for Victoria Park on Cup Day, for which tho N.S.W. body had already arranged a programme. The question of thu clashing was referred to ia the Legislative Assembly on Wed nesday. ?is It a fact,' Mr. Perry asked thc Chief Sec retary, 'that Mr. Joynton Smit*i has 'bceu grauted permission to hold a race mectlug at Victoria Park ou Melbourne Cup Day lu opposi tion to the New South Wales Trotting Club's fixture for the aamc day ? ' 'I understand so,' tho Minister replied. 'Tho lacetiugs, however, aro not arrauged by tho Government.' Mr. Perry wished to know whether it was a fuct that Mr. Smith hud had greater racing privileged than are conferred ou other racing clubs. 'Not so fur as the Government adminis tration is concerned,' waa thc reply. 'Is It a fact,' further queried tho member for Richmond, 'that permits havo been refused to other clubs for mee...

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There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group. WINNER OF LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: MR. PHILIP SARAN ETHEL STREET. ERSKINEVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

There's a Sovereign for someone in this Snap-shotted Group, WINNER or LAST SATURDAY'S SNAPSHOT: MR. PHILIP FARAH, ETHEL STREET, ERSKINE7 ILLC. Thr above Is a photographic reproduction or a group taken recently.' The first (but no other) member of this group who prescals himself at 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE AND ARROW' OFFICE, 1HG-13S Castlerragh-strcct, AND IS IDENTIFIED AS BEING ONE OF THE GROUP, will bc paid ONE SOVEREIGN. All who concern themselves ln this will be under stood tu agree to accept the paper s decision n- final. The business of Ident iileailon will be entrusted to a member of 'Tbe Saturday Referee and the Arrow' staff. ANOTHER PHOTO. GRAPHIC COMPETITION will appear in m\t i.-Mie, aud others will follow.. LOOK OUT FOR 'THE SATURDAY REFEREE AND TIIE ARROW' PHOTOGRAPHER.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

EQUINOINT.1 (REG.) THE SCIENTIFIC remedy for lameness in HORSES IS WORKING WONDERS. vs. N = 1#^ s EQUINOINT causes no pstr-, leaves ro bUmUn, cures £y abiorptlon, remotes the enlargements, und allows jou to WORK THE HORSE ALL THE TIME. Tho lead Inn Trainet* of Sydney use 'EQUINOINT.' They inuv* tha belt. Please write us for codIcj of Testimoui.Hi. PRICE PER 18oz. TIN. 13/3. Inoludlna cottage in thl» Slate. Other States, 13/9. AGENTS: DEWHURST & H ALLORAN, Ltd. 3 O'CONNELL STREET. SYDNEY. Axtai fw Victoria : KP. COM. !-?-?, Dudley Uuildiogs, coUub-dtrieij ilcilourut, ? ? KEMBLA GRANGE RACING CLUB. ki:-:!sti:iu:i- a.j.c. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, MELBOURNE CUP DAY. MMI-KN HAXIMC* Al't 40 fc0V». 0 furtoiigfl. FI.YIMJ HANDICAP, so m-y«. 0 furlones. Jl ill'Kll.s* PLAT HACK, .10 *ov«. l| miliv liltAN'Ii: STAKKS. .*0 *u!n. ft furto»?e. HOSPITAL HANDICAP, 00 Mri, I mile. Jlt'l.LI \\'K!.Ti;it. sov». 7 furlongs. No\i 1 vvnvv m: mit kacii hack, 10/. KXTIttKS CI.UM: JI I p.m. on 'MONDAY. ncT...

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IMPORTANT NOTICE. TRUTH ABOUT BUSHRANGERS AND THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

IMPORTANT NOTICE. TRUTH ABOUT BUSHRANGERS AND THE POLICE. . A great serial story, truthfully depleting life ia Australia In the early gold-digging days, has been secured by Australia's famous penny ' weeltly newspaper, 'The Globe,' and will commence shortly. Many stories of convicts, bushrangers, goldmlners, anil the currency lads and lasses have been written, hut has one of them bcea completely true to thc life of thc period? Thn stor-' of 'The Great Western Road'—' the road leading from Sydney over the Blue Vountains to tho goldftelds beyond — will have the endorsement of all the pioneers. It tells of adventures in the city, on tho road, on the goldflelds, aud lu the bush. Everything is graphically depicted; the do tails arc accurate. The story of 'Tho Great Western Road* concerns a squatter and his daughter; a young inan of good intent, but no settled occupation, who determines to make tho daughter hU wife; a dashing sub-iiispcctor of police, who has similar designs; a clergyman ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

NEWCASTLE RACES. CHARITY MEETING. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 23 LARGE FIELDS. GOOD SPORT. '! KMNS I.KAVK SVDNIIY WKDNKSDAY MORNING .,i ,..10. ami p. jo a.m. And Itetuinlng from'.New * .*?*' ' Me'nug at .1/J11. Neucuhtlc Trams Direct t„ t II JCl CnUlfif liattf. J. MHSDAI.K. Secrrtarv, j ? -'ev.cJMle ,1'-ekcy Club, Ltd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

; c HICHEST EXHIOITiON AWARDS ll| \ *-C.MV I&0O HIIOOUANC l#ftt,PARl3 iftftS : i ACCLMDK 1007 DUHEOtn |ft90. JAMAICA IftVI 3 'a»2..eWl3QAHClS0/ OiWi^TCHuHPimT ?H tuAftANTtt& 3AMt Quality* B ,7 HROUOHOUf Thc WOftLO. JkM .iuufu-uui^ m r'T ' 'The Label's on the squint. The Bottle's on the square.' The Patent Stopper keeps the whisky Just as bottled there! ? V; ' ? 'Have you seen the wonderful new protective bottle ? It is possible that something might be got back into the 'Non-rcfillablc' bottle, but the possibility is so remote as to make this bottle an ample protection for all concerned. This quality-conserving bottle is to be had only when you order Johnnie Walker 'RED Label.' Every drop over ten years old. Obtainable wherever good whisky is sold. You can be absolutely certain that you are getting, at all times— thanks to the new bottle— this unrivalled quality of Scotch whisky. Don't beput off. If you have any difficulty in obtaining Johnnie Walker 'Red Label ' in t...

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ON THE TRACK. RANDWICK, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

ON THE TRACK. ItAND'A H;K. rl'c hurdle- woie lull-uj* il,c middle era** trj.k t!d* I.;o:i. utli:. »,?»; U:« ful!c o\\ t -l\ furlongy. as did tlui?e\i!le. i-;ur dl-po^-d'i.f « mile Iti I.I'. Ituhi'iul.i v iiit .Ifxl .M.virill.i wji not c.Mertdi'l. M.iUliii' unit ;U Ii ;i 1 1 - j ? j : c, w til fc* Hjllmvitn* and Met.illii-u- s ait a htcaih- r'ni'id. .lurauur wj-. not unt ot l:all-pjic, though beat a eoaijaidou i over live lurloiigi in l.T. John jn ^otlatcd a mile In 1.I7. ' Lord Jltnyu and Colma regi.^crtil »e»pn furlongs in i.jj, und l.aii! l.T br.it rulliilele over a furlong It-» distance. Dr. IUt: hut ,-ix nirloiius In I.!1*]. lCa-y Mwioy ran half a t.dlc In 32]fOe. t)di*t weltt alone fcr a %tro»n» mile, ami Ofla ran lurlon^ in 1.21. lUackpool unerrd lull a mile smartly. ZUj-cr led Merton Ijd over jeyi it furlong* In J.UJ. A mile wat run by St. Antoinc In l.jl. Ray Hhic ran tlx furlong* -In 1.WJ. Edinburgh U-Jt Marooniba and Hrutucky Uiri over li\c furloon in 1.7. Cayenne cut out ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

The Alp of Perfection and Purity.' : INSIST ON HAVING Tbbkrt £M, . DELICIOUS ^ Swiss Milk Chocolate

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SPORT SALAD RETURNS THANKS [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

SPORT SALAD BY THC 'SATURDAY RtFEREC AND I ARROW** STAFF. j RETURNS THANKS Mr Doric Leslie, manager of the New Zea land tug-of-war team, before leaving for home, desired us to convey tho thnnks of thc team to thc many friends who had helped to make their stay In Sydney very enjoyable. A BATSMAN BOLD. 'Let mo be a batsman bold, Hitting oil day. scoring all day. On u wicket that's true and carefully rolled. Thc above linca by Percy Rudd might havs bren chanted after the manner of thc boU Plr.ttcs of Pcnwnco by Stanley Monro as hc r.wung the bat against tbe ball, and thc ball against the pickets, at North Sydney. In 2i hours he compiled 205 runs, making 146 by means of boundaries— onc of the sixes being ?* most remarkablo drive, very high and very far. DICK ARNST'S SPORTSMANSHIP. In thc return of Richard Arnst from Eng land. where hc was vanquished by Ernest Barry and relieved of thc world's sculling champion ship, there is a lesson for some of thc best of our amntcur sportsmen, men wh...

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BASEBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

BASEBALL. fBy 'SHORT-STOr.') Tbe New South Wales Ab*orla:!on has j aiopted thc report of the spcclal committee i nrpolntcj to re-adju-'t th' boundaries with the I ctjert of doing away with neutral territories, j Sr tha: pl.ncr« mav know where they stand, the approve 1 districts ore :— I BURWOOD —The municipalities of Ashflcld. j AS WE LIE. | Meny peculiar ohram utcd ay th* Qolfar can ofton j bc used literally «* well a- in the golfing itnic,— 'Golf ( Illustrated.' | Burwood, Enfield. Concord, Strathfleld, Banks- j town. Rookwood. Auburn, Granville, Prospect i and Sherwood. Canley Vale, Cabrnmatta, Smith- I field. Fnlrllcld. Parramatta, Ermlngton, Rydal- i ratre, Dundau : und shires of Blaektown und I l,.nulkhnm HIIIk. ] LANE COVE.— Municipalities of Hunter's Hill, Lane Cove. WHIoughby, Ryde ; shires of Horns bv, Mnrsfleld nnd Kur-rtng-gal. LElCHHARDT.-LMunlcipalltlcs of Lelchhardt. Balmain. Glebe, Annandale, Camperdown (old). Drummoyne. MOSMON-NORTH SVDNBY.— Municipalities of Mosmau...

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GOLF GOSSIP MANLY CLUBS CHAMPIONSHIP. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

[ GOLF GOSSIP ^ By 'THE COLONEL** @ I MvvtY CLUB'S CHAMPIONSHIP. Thn fir«t round nf matches lu Manly's cbam r-*iilt.- d in a packet of surprises. E. L. Anncrlv wlio «-.w looknl upon as thc moit E ; wlnnrr. mcl 1.. K. 0.»nW Sraly. Thcj wrrv nil oaunri- ;r. iho lmir-wnj- post. So:.ly th/n won the nru tliroo holes. r.ml he eventually won the match by 2 up. Neither plnjer i,-a. qullo at l)l» best. D G. Ferrler caused quite as big a surprise by dcVcatlng N. F. Chrlstoc The latter played tho better golf In thc morning, nnd was then - up. They were all oquare nt the -Oth, and at X turn-ttat In. Ihe STth-r-rr woa 1 up. The next three holes were halved In .» o, 4 s, and S's respectively, and then Ferrler became , up by winning the short 13th - to 3. The long 14tli was Chrlmoo'o all the way. hul1. 1 ^ ^ ^ t to be denied, an 1 by winning the loth In 3 to I. iand the IGlh In the like figures, cerurcd tho ; match by 3 up and 2. nnd he was heartily con gratuiatcd on his fine performance. Chrlstoo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

BILLIARDS LIMITED ! LOCATION : j ! 630-2-4 GEORGE STREET j I Five Door* from Liverpool Street. 1 j Penny Tram to Door, j Under tho management cf the heat oil round aport in Sydney, Mr. JOB ANDKKOJ.l. ! Our Tables are played on by JOHN hoDRRTfl STF i VKNSON, tiKOHBK GllAY, LINDItt'M ntLCV .. U»y Ulllln.dl.t nl nolo corali,B ti Kjj'lry. LK* ,mJ 25 TABLES ADVERTISING li.OO;:— U Table. Where » game co.ta practically -JJ. ,-Cr mo.' Why r»» 1/- tor *hat ynu can uet for fl(j y STANDARD TAHI.E FLOOR— S TMIIES Including lJcorj;e dray Table, i/. per Vo'o FIVE MAGNIFICENT PRIVATE ROOMS * Fitted with 200-guinea Tabim. Rate, 3/- pcr Vour for pair or party. i SPECIAL FEATURE. — Tournamenta conducted f0. 'patron# tamatfur) every month, i:6/0/. nrixea fbr I , Ar.gui and Coote), and Hpiclal I'rizra (o!d Orkney Co.). Tuition by Ur. Atidrcnll jrj prlwtc rooms at rvaaouabU ' rates. j 3lng up 1SSS City and engage youx room, aud I a veiz pleuant ereo}^ . I

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TURF GOSSIP [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

I TURF GOSSIP I I © Br 'THE SCOUT.' © ? J Racing at Randwick Again thia aficrnooa— CHy Tatteraall'a Spring Meeting. Whllo tho V.A.T.C. Spring Meeting will bo ioncludcd at Caulflcld. Duko Footo was scratched for the Caulfield Cup at lO.oO a.m. on thc 11th inst. Nominations received for next Wednesday'* meeting of the Victoria Park Racing Club to talled 215. rirat rncc. - p.m. The Heddon Jockey Club holds a meeting this afternoon for tho two principal events to bc decided at which Otto Grafton heads the weights. Of the five events decided at tho Spring meet ing nt tho Cudal Jockey Club on Wednesday Inst. Irfiriy Stunmore and Hindoo Queen won four of theso between them. For the next meeting of the Rosebcry Racing Hub. which eventuates on November 2. nomina tions win he 'accepteJ up to 5 p.m. on Monday, the ISth Jnct. The committee of the S.A.J.C. Is In communi cation with tbe Totalling Mechanisms. Ltd.. Sydney, with rcfcrcnco to the Installation of a nc-.v Totallsator at Morphettvlllc....

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SCHOOLS' SPORT. AMERICAN SCHOOLBOYS IN SPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

SCHOOLS' SPORT. AMERICAN SCHOOLBOYS IN SPORT. Mr. James Curran, tho Scottish runner, who has settled down in America as tho coach ot Mercersburg Academy, Pennsylvania, In the 'Athlctlc News,' tells all about thc training tho American schoolboy goes through.' He says: 'Track sports, along with baseball and football, play a great part In college llfo In this country. It is, therefore, natural that schoolboys should take thc same Interest In them, ln my opinion^ a great many boys hero go ln for sports too strenuously, but this is often tho fault ot their athletic coach. A great deal of Interest is taken in dual meets between schools; also In Inter scholastic championships, wherein there may La from ten to fifty schools compotlng. In tliti country some of tbe schoolboy performances al most equal some of those done by university men— as you will see by thc cllpplugs 1 ;\ax sending you. Now, in some instances this Is all rlgU:, and In some it Is all wrong. Take tho case of Meredith now he...

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ODDS AND ENDS OF SPORT. BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

ODDS AND ENDS OF SPORT. BILLIARDS. Hubert Rumball, ex-champion amateur, has won another tournament. His latest was the New National Club invitation. In which, from a way back mark, he downed Roy Eaton in tbe trial. As Rumball is now a veteran at the game, he retains his form in marvellous man- ner, for it must be almost a quarter of a cen- tury since he won the only two tournaments played at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The ex-champion was a 'new chum' at thc time, and although he gave away almost as big starts than as he does now. he got there just the same. The remarkable fact is that Rumball almost looks as young to-day as he did on his arrival in the country. RUGBY LEAGUE. My Sydney correspondent this week Bends m«j the 'long-expected Information that 'Hallctt will s-oou bc with the League champions. ' says 1 'Forward' In the 'Athletic News.' The ar rival of the South Sydney player will have re- , dueed thc playing strength of thc Xew South Leusuo by live leading players. That tbe...

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MOTORING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 19 October 1912

MOTORING NOTES. The Motor Show, with Its accompanying gymkhanas, is-now a thing of the past for another year and appears to have been highly successful..: The gymkhanas provided many In- teresting: and amusing features, in addition to   acing which was thrilling in the extreme.       Saturday, although speeds of about 12 p.h. ivere attained ou the loose, rough, and .ajnst J ilr.t tu1^' ttvro *vere no cpllle, for Uieb more than one thanksgiving was heard iu ..j arena.': .lu fact, thoxtgh thc final between K. -brook and A. Kriuer was no exciting a taee could well be Imagined, ending with it daring .-Jut. at a critlf-.--l moment, which j^nve the - iner « narrow vletory. It Is no exaggeration ; riny' that.' civry ipectator was ple.tscl to see c;(L-elU'lo v itheni mishap. Side by :»ldo this olut»* i«y!r tore around the track at the \cry i!t uf t:»if-:y ; in fatt, many u time it Moetn.^il t frith am: ;;o whether either or b -U» would ? b...

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To-day's Racing Programme. CANTERBURY PARE RACES. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26. FLYING HANDICAP. (To start at 2 p.m.) [Newspaper Article] — Saturday Referee and the Arrow — 26 October 1912

To-day's Racing Programme. CANTERBURY PARS RACES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24. FLYING HANDICAP. 1 A handicap of 100 « j«-; eeevnd btfw 20 mrt tn-i third hone 10 wm from the prise. Tbe winner of any han* 'Heap flat race after the declaration e( the.weixhu, tn can?- 71b -exta; el two or more such handicap* 10lb extra, 6 furloop. . . ^ Mr, M. Sawyer'* b g HYMENEAL, 5jr» ^ ^ 0 3 Mr. F. Fallon'* br in TROON, aged .. .. .. .. t- V» Mr. G. il. Paine'* ch m liADY MALSTKR, aced ,. a 7 Mr. C. O'RotirkeV ch m MOX1K. Ijr*. inc. 71b pcu. e 7 Mr. M. Leah's b m GU.UTOUNK. ;-m ....si Mr. J. T, Price'* ch c .SALARINO, ayn. ...... Ji I Mr. T. Dwyer'a ch c AHIItY. .*»yrs ? J* ' Vr A Italian'* th b Tlir\TOS KING. Ivn .... 7 3 Mr. W. .f. Day'* b or br - MITI.FORP, ;tyr« .... 7 3 Mr. J. Fowler** b m.MKMKRKT. t*r- ? 7 S Mr. J. twitch's b m lOTROMA, asM ? 7 5 Mr. O. M. Paine'* blk.m MALT lil.OSSQM, lyn .. 7 Ur. E. Carter'* b f AMY C.. D»r- .. ? 7 0 JUVENILE STAKES : (For two-year-oldi.) (To start at iSI p.m.) Of 1...

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