eA _,, -nft ofhietea and supporters of amateur tional nature were shown and their presentation was most enthusiastically received. During the evening, Mr. Alwyn .Moon, vicepresident of the centre, addressed the gathering on athletic matters. Later, opportunity was taken for New Zealand championship medals to be presented to winners by Mr. H. L Towers, president of the Auckland Centre and of the " At the conclusion, Mr. P. McAneny, on behalf of those present, moved a hearty vote of thanks to the centre for the entertaining evening provided This ieas carried by acclamation. Mr. McAneny then presented td the centre a cup foi Junior championship competition in memory ol his son, the late Flying-Officer K. J. McAneny, former Auckland Junior sprint and broad Jump champion and co-holder of the N.Z. Junior 100 yards record. •
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AMATEUR ATHLETICS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945
AMATEUR ATHLETICS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945
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