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WAS IT FOOTBALL, OR SOMETHING ELSE ?

TO THE EDITOR. Sin,—There is considerable difference of opinion amongst those individuals who spent last Saturday afternoon at the Carisbrook Ground as to whether what they saw there was a game of football or merely a sort of modern tournament. Perhaps it was football us she is played in Wellington. At any rate I, in common with many others, would be glad if someone who is "in the know" would kindly decide the vexed question. If it was only a " friendly game," then I would suggest that next time an Otago team go on tour in the North Island some of the defence force, with a small field battery, be chosen as our representatives. I am « etc., Durum Castkllum.

Dunedin, September 13.

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WAS IT FOOTBALL, OR SOMETHING ELSE ?, Issue 10419, 14 September 1897

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WAS IT FOOTBALL, OR SOMETHING ELSE ? Issue 10419, 14 September 1897

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