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SPORTING

RAVENSBOURXE BOATING CLUB. A committee meeting was held in the club's pavilion lust evening, the, commodore, (Mr H. I-). Moller) presiding over i\ large attendance. One new member was elected. The arrangements arc now complete for opening day, and the committee have secured the services of Mr Madigairs launch. Mavis to inn short trips on the harbor. The following is the programme of racing arranged for the coming season : First club race, November 14; second club race. December 5; boys' race, January 7, 1015; harbor race, January 39: regatta, February 13; local challenge, February 27; third dub race. March 27. The following is the order of procession for opening day: Yachts: Myro (Commodore If. ¥.. Moller), Waimana. Thelma, Mania, Annis, Janet, Hippie, Minnow, May, and also visiting yachts. Motors: Intruder (Vice -commodore. R. Gregory), .hiishfree (Commodore 0.Y.C.. A. 0. llanloni, Amiga (Vice-commodore 0.Y.C., C. Huywaidi, Eureka, Query, Norana. Ethel, Palmer, Imp, Zealandia, Hope, Makerangi, Rata. In's, Mavis. The secretary reported that the following had donated trophies to be competed for during the .season:—Messrs J). E. Moller. H. George, J. F. Blatkie., .1. R. B Jackie. I!, Gregory, W. Barker. C. Sundstrnm, A. lyric, E. Crosland, E. Keliett, .Miller Bros., J. Blakeley, Hippie crew. Myro crew, Thelma crew, Mntua crew. WELLINGTON RACES. After forfeits, the following rema-in in the (Champion Plate, of 800sovs, weight-ior-age, for tlnce-ycar-olds and upwards, lini, to be run at Trentliam on Monday : —Kilrain 9.4, Expect 9.4, Undecided 9.1, Merry Roe 3.9. Bolboa. 7.11, Cnmpoador 7.11, Camulua, 7.11, Elevate 7.1], Fabrikoff 7.11, Reputation 7.11, Rinsform 7.11. Hyetlus'7.B, Moulu 7.8, First Flight 7.8. The following- players will represent the St. Clair Golf Club in their annual match with the North Ulago Golf Club at the St. Clair Links on "Labor Day :-—J. N. Crawford. D. M. Irvine. G. L. Hardie, A. Sim-.-. W. I). M'C'Hrthv. G. Galkwav, B. R. Slock. E. J. Hocking. P.. S. Forsyth. J. S. Monro. R. Wilson. J. Murphv.

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SPORTING, Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15631, 23 October 1914

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