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SPORTING, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
VICTORIA \ TRAIN iKG KOTK-S. At ('auilicld yesterday St. Ciirwyne galloped 10 hirlougs In km in c. Ldyveil galloped a mile mi tin- sand in limn 47j.see: Aunfin- a. mile un the send in Imin 43svr-: and Oven line four furlongs ,ni the grass in 51 sec. Anna Carlovna, lias broken down, and will piobabiy pass to .Mr Green’s Shipley stud m a ft w -days. At Flemiligton Hush .Money galloped 10 furlongs in 2min Ibsm . (‘agon six furlongs in Imin 22sce, Carlita II liniongs in 2mm 41sec, and l-’idehu 11 furlongs in 2:.-di: 55sec. tattersalias backs postpoxKJ>. Tattcrsall’s races (reports a. Sydney (•able) had to he postponed till Thursday on account of the heavy rain. LADIES’ AMATEHR SWIMMING CLUB. The first annual meeting of the above club, held on Monday evening, was presided over by Miss J. B. Wilson. The report showed that at the tournament, at the .Roslyn baths in February Ihe two ladies’ races were won bv Miss f. Millay, one of the members, while the ladies’ dive was won by another member. Miss C. Turner; also that at the carnival held at the tepid baths on September 16. under the auspices ol the St. Clair Swimming and Idle saving Club, the 50yds indies' race was won by .Miss Millar. ’.Miss Turner and Miss Millar were the first two ladies in Otago to obtain tin- Royal Lifesaving Society's award of merit. The balance-sheet, which, together with the report, was adopted showed the club to be, in a sound position. '.[ he following officebearers were elected :—President, .Miss M. 1). Stewart; vice-presidents—Ales-dames J. A._ Park, A. Stronaeh, Cowie. F. Mitchell, Williams, and .Miss Callender; captain, Miss C. Turner; deputy-captain, Miss E. (!, Turner; hon. treasurer, Miss M. Gilmore; hon. secretary. Miss R. E. Gibson ; committee—Misses'J. B, Wilson, Ogilvie. Jamil, .Millar, dean Wilson, W. Ashcroft, I). Ashcrott, P.. Sweeney ; delegate to centre, Mr T. Hughes.
RELIABILITY TRIAL. Tho following entries have been received for the Otago Motor Club's Reliability Trial to Tiinaru and back on [.abur Day (Monday next) : —Oscar Brown (7 h.p. Indian), H. Curline Singer), F. Curline (21, Singer), A. L. Fogo (5-6 King Dick), F. R. Funninger (2-J A.J.S.), John Gray (5-6 twin King Dick) R. Z. Jones (31, B. George Maddox (2£ Triumph)* C. L. M'Adam Triumph), W. APC'ormiek (2J Douglas). W. J. M'Culloch (2i A.J.S.), F. A. M'Donald (4 Triumph), A. E. M’Dougall (31, Triumph), J. R. M‘Kissock (5-6 Clyno), James Neil (2J Douglas), W. D. Roebuck (2| Douglas), V. 8. Russell (31 Humber), A.- E. Seott (6 New Hudson), A. C. Williams (2J Douglas).
SPORTING, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
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