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SPORTING

SIX-DAV BICYCLE PACK. Nine teams (say.- a Now York cable) covered th'> record distance of 516 mil's 5 laps at the end o; the 23rd hour in the Six Days' iiley.-l" Ibr e. THE "TOTE" IN NEW SOUTH WA I.K:-. The Caucus will on Thursday finally consider the Totuiis.Mor |}di. " J t . T-. understood tiiat these is good reason to lieliove thai the measure will be introduced at an e.irlv date with (bivornnient support.—Sydney cable. BOWLING. Mr Martin Taylo;. of Auckland, a wellknown coursing and bowling enthusiast. returned in the Tainui from a visit to England, lie infoniil.'ii a- Press representative at Wellington that he had made arrangements w'.l'n Mr Bate..-, of the Eno li.-h iir;wliu,g A.s-0.-iation. f.,r a. team of J6 bowlers from New Zealand to go Home next year at the invitation of the Fnglisli Bowling Af'snciation. Mr Ttiyloi played games all over England. "As regards the players of England," said Mr Taylor. " I think there arc teams in New Zealand which could hoid their own with the best." Mr Taylor played on a green at Southampton which was t-tß.ted to be 614 years old, and was like a billiard table." H-> jocularly remarked that he supposed it was the ono that- Admiral Dra«e played his famous game en.

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SPORTING, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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