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DUVAUCHELLE SCHOOL TREAT.

The annual school treat was held at Duvauchelle on Friday-last, when the weather was all that could be de sired, and a very pleasant day was spent in Mr A. E, Prichard's paddock There was a large attendance from the surrounding bays, and the sports for the children were got off by an energetic committee.

During the afternoon Mr P, Cunningham, Chairman of the Duvauchelle School Committee, presented the children with their school prizes,

In the evening a dance was held in the schoolroom, which was very large Iy attended, The dance continued to the early hours of the morning, and the. want of a larger hall for dancing was very apparent.

The results of the sports are given below:—

Toddlers' Bace—Janette Wilkins 1, Beta Barwijk 2.

Boys, 7 years and under—Andrew Cunningham 1, Buster Giddens 2, C. Barwick 3.

Girls, 7 years and under—Beta Barwick 1 D. Wilkine 2, E. Brown 3. ,

Boys, 9 and under—L. Wilkins 1, P. Guni ning 2, E. Brown 3.

Girls, 9 years and under—X Kay 1; C Shadbolt 2, D Cossar 3. .

Boys, 11 and under—A Shadbolt 1, L Butcher 2, M Le Comte 3

Girls, 11 and under—M Cossar 1, M Cun niDgnam 2, V. Giddens 3.

Boys, 14 years and under—W Brownlee 1, H Giddens 2, F Kay 3.

Girls, 14 years and under—B Barwiok 1, A McKay 2, G Kay 3.

Boys' consolation race, under 11 years—P LeComte 1, L Cairns 2, T Wilkins 3.

Girls' consolation race, nnder 11 years— W Cunningham 1, J Brownlee 2, M McKav 3.

Boys under 16 years— J. Brownlee 1, W. Brownlee 2, A. Brown 3.

Young Ladies' Race—B, Williams 1, E, Weir 2.

Young Men's Baco—L. Barwick 1, E. A, Williamson 2, H. Fellars 3.

Married Ladies' Race—Mrs P. Hagland in, 1, Mrs R. Stewart 2.

Stepping Competition for Married Men-/-T, E. McKenz c, 48yds, 1; H P. Giddeng, 47yds lft 6in, 2. Correot distance, 47yds 2ft Sin. There were seventeen competitors

Beauty Show-Mr Williamson 1, Mr W. Shaw 2. There was good competition, and a hard tussle for first place

Stepping Competition for Married Women —Mrs J. Barwick, 42yds, 1; Mrs Butcher, 41yds, 2, Correct distance, 42yds lft Bin.

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DUVAUCHELLE SCHOOL TREAT., Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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DUVAUCHELLE SCHOOL TREAT. Akaroa Mail and Banks Peninsula Advertiser, Volume LXXII, Issue 4391, 28 April 1914

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