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Mara has been scratched for the Caulfield Cup. A fives match was played between representatives chosen from among the University students (past and present) and? members of the Dunedin Bowling, Tennis, and Fives Club on the court of the latter on Saturday. The play of the visitors was excellent, but the club's players did not show anything like their usual form, and received a bad beating, In the doubles the University teams, consisting of Messrs Copland and Reid, Butement and Campbell, Fullerton and VVallcutt, Allen and Irving, scored 84 to tho Dunedin Club's 62; Messrs Northcote and D. Reid, Carter and Crump, Mallard and Watson, Sneddon and Murray forming the teams. In the singles Messrs Reid, Allen, Copland, and Campbell (University) scored 82 to Messrs Sneddon, Mallard, Reid, and Northcote's (Dunedin) 42. The total scores were: University 166, Dunedin 104.

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE., Issue 7995, 26 August 1889

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SPORTING INTELLIGENCE. Issue 7995, 26 August 1889

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