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SPORTING

1/iiICKET. PUwng against Kent on August 19, J. T. TyldtTiiev compiled 253 runs without a l !fi!Ti>b in 34 hourn This is the second highest. "mninßs of liis career, Against Ktu ii\ 1-X)6 the Lancastrian made 295 noc out. which is his highest individual .-core. At the cp.-iiiiij.' iii" the senior matches 111 grade u-ick-t in Sydney Victor Tiiunjw against i;k-!ji tits;!."- 123 out oi Gordon's total of 2<?h. Off V. Kelkway's second ijvm ht .-n.-ivd io nm>. T. r ; \':)'. i ; v (hj- yieat all -round left-]..-yh: -i K-vrt completed 2,000 runs and Hv v■■!'' »«t-- lor the soason on August 20 in ;t c ri.-iti'ii Ken* v. Lancashire, in which * be ~.<..re.i 30 ruid 191. He was tir*t this >.'ai t 'ii to accomplish the above all-round j f -nuance. I . J. A. Massie, the ffiaitt left-hander. and one of the best bowlers unearthed in .-* i.«iralia for years, is a lieutenant in one i.-i the regiments of the Xew tjouth Wales Expeditionary Force. At a meeting of the Otago Hunt Executive held last night, Mr S. S. Myers presiding, the hon. treasurer (Mr A. C. Smith) reported a credit balance on the reciftt sfce#plseh&se meeting. A deputation Was received front the Railway Department concerning the conveyance of the infantry section of the Expeditionary Force from the faces, but after a discussion on this question the mee*'--;jvas adjourned ~u&oui any. action be JESaaa-

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SPORTING, Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15628, 20 October 1914

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