TO THE EDITOR. Sm,—lt seems a great pity that no steps are being taken by the Committee of the D.A A. Club to organise a meeting at the Exhibition season, and I think their not taking action in the matter calls for the censure of every member of the club. I know the members would lend all assistance in their power to make it a success wore a meeting called by the Committee. I do not agree with your correspondent “ Observer ” in stating that it would be a failure ; my thoughts are quite the reverse. If the success of the club is behind, 1 think it is the fault of the Committee, who, from all inquiries I have made, have not taken a single step in the matter.—l am, etc., Member. Dunedin, May 29.
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AMATEUR ATHLETICS., Evening Star, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889
AMATEUR ATHLETICS. Evening Star, Issue 7919, 29 May 1889
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