NEW ZEALAND ATHLETIC
WELLINGTON, March 9. The Council of the New Zealand Athletic Asociaticm met to-night. The Canterbury Centre wrote stating that district championships were being revived. The American team's visit to Canterbury had resulted in a loss of £129. A standard certificate for the one mile walk was granted to G. Turner, of Dunedin. Application, by George Stephenson (Dunedin) and C M. Stagpcole (Marton) for reinstatement as amateurs were granted. . ~ Mr Peixotto, manager of the ; American team, wrote .protesting against the disallowance o. Caughey's shot-putting record of 45ft. Jin. at 'Palmerston North, on account of the absence of a •nmrd board. Tt was decided to refer the matter to the Australasian Athletic
Union. . , . J. A. Power's mile record of 4mn. 18 2-sth sec. at Masterton, was sent
on to the Australasian Union, and G. L. Parker's New Zealand record of 49 l-sth see. for the quarter-mile was passed.
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ATHLETICS., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914
ATHLETICS. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8814, 10 March 1914
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