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BOWLING.

The members of the Caledonian Club mustered in strength for the opening of the season on Saturday afternoon, and there were a great many visitors present from other clubs that were not making a start that day on their own account. The green was in very fair order, and the improvements carried out by Mr Baverstook will be much appreciated when there cornea to be a rush of players durinp the summer months. The president (Mr Dawson) being detained by business was unable to arrive in time for the start, and the two vice-presidents therefore selected sides composed of three rinks each. The names of the players and scores were as

follow:

Senior Vioe-ptcsident—o. Capstiek, Thomas Young, W. Turnbull, K. Hopg (skip), 26, played Junior president —l>. O'Connor, M. Aston, J. S. Capstiek, C. Greenslade (skip), 14. S.V P. -Hush M'Cutcheon, James Robertson, T. R. Dodds, J. Wedderapoon (skip), 33, played J.V.P.—A. Fergusson, 8 I>. Cronin, 0. J Barlow, J. Blaney (skip), 10. S.V.P.-P. Corliss, R. M. Marks, G. Walkor, John Ogtc (6kip), 22, played J.V.P.—J. Arts, W. Spiors, 0. B. Dall, John Davidson (skip), 18. Totals : Senior Vice-president .. .. 81 Junior Vico-president.. .. 'IS

Majority (or Senior Vico-prceidont .. 33

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BOWLING., Issue 8037, 14 October 1889

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BOWLING. Issue 8037, 14 October 1889

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