T * 1( ; f °n°wing is the Otago Athletic Uubs' bporls Protection Association’s annual report to be presented at the annual meeting on Friday:— In submitting their annual report the Committee are pleased to record that the Association continues to successfully accomplish the purpose for which it was promoted. The membership consists of twenty-nine clubs, and although there have been two alterations-viz., the Melrose Football Club (defunct) and the Rangers Association hootball Club (who have ceased to be members of the-Associationl-the Roslyn Cricket Club and the Port Chalmers Football Club have joined this season, which makes t.he membership the same as last year. At the close of the previous year ten names were on the defaulters’ list, and the additions to the list .have been somewhat larger in comparison with previous years. During the past >ear thirty-six names have come before the A*socia ion, and out of that number fifteen have settled with their respective clubs. We submit herewith the names of the twenty-one who have rallowed themselves to be finally declared defaulters, Together with those still on the list from the previous year, and trust that yon will decide tnat.their names,, addresses, and,occupations be printed and circulated amongst the affiliated emus and kindred associations. During the vear eleyen committee meetings have been held and attended as _ follows ;-Low U. HisloplO, Downes 10, Mackenzie 8, TJssher 6, Matthews 4, KeastO. '
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SPORTS PROTECTION., Evening Star, Issue 10455, 27 October 1897
SPORTS PROTECTION. Evening Star, Issue 10455, 27 October 1897
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