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WAITEMATA BOATING CLUB. The following crews have been selected to ! row in the trial fours for Mr A. Kohn's trophies to-morrow:— First Heat.—Page, Nash, Scale, Kelly; Andrews, Heath, Brooks, Robins; Marshall, Wolfgrnni, Nuttall Nicholas. Second Heat.—Herring, Clareburt. Grn* hnm. Wiles; Becker, Campbell, Collard, Ash; Magulre, Brldson, Cairns. P., Menzles. Third Heat—Magee, Endean, Huddleston, Ferguson; Richards, Cairns, C, Jerrom, Bradley: Parkinson, Westray, Kershaw. Kronfeld. NORTH SHORE YACHT CLUB. The following arc the entries and handicaps for the above club's general handicap race, to be held over two rounds of the club's course to-morrow afternoon, starting from off Victoria wharf at 2.3o:—Raugitlra scratch. Thistle Om, Ronakl 7m Calypso 7m, Mlro Oni, Mystery 13Jm. Glady 134 m, Geisha 15m, Ranee 20m, Waltaugi 20m, Mowul 22ui, Encounter 22m, Kaho 23m, Tnngnron 24m, Hetty 27m, Hilda _7m, Mayo 32m, Freda 33m, W. Jnck 35m, Eileen 38m, Merlin 41m, Daphne 50m, Fleetwing 50m, Sceptre 50m, Flattie 60m, Mavourueen 05m, Elf 68m.

The club's motor launch" race will be held on Snturdny. April 17th, when several ties will be sailed oft In their different classes.

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AQUATICS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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AQUATICS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 79, 2 April 1909

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