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OTAGO MOTOR CLUB

LTLL CLIMB. • The following entiies have been received for the. first hill-climbing competition, to he held at Signal Hill on Saturday, commencing at 2 p.m. : Class 1. (motor cycles up to 400 c.c). — 11. G. Madd.ox Triumph, 2{\, .1. M'iJonald iTriumpb, 2 4 ), -las. Jamieson (l)ouglasl, A. Duncan (Douglas). F. Ferminger 'A.J.S.), Jas. Nei) (Douglas, 2J), W. JJ. Roebuck iDouglas), A. E. Scott (New Hudson, 23), Eric Strain (Douglas). Class 11. (motor cycles from 401 c.c. up). —F. M'Donald (Triumph, 4), Curline Bros., J. R. M'Kissock (Norton, 3£), A. M'Dougall (Triumph, 3J), C. L. M'Adam (Triumph, 3i), M. Carnegie (King Dick, 3i). Class 111. (motor cycle and sidecars to SCO c.c.).—R. L- Jones (8.5.A., 3J), F. M'Donald (Triumph), A. E-. M'Dougall (Triumph, 3s), Jas. Neil (Douglas, 2j). Claj;s IV. (motor cycles and side-cars, 501 c.c. up).—j. Gray (King Dick). Class V. (cycle cars and light cars to 1100 c.c.).—Cooke, Howlison, and Co., A. E. M'Dougall (Singer, 10), W. D. .Roebuck (Calcut), Curline. Class VI. (cars over 1,100 c.c).—J. Matthewson ißuick), Cooke, Howlison (Buick), Cooke, Howlison (Buick), S. D. Lawsoa (Allday), J. W. Scurr (King).

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OTAGO MOTOR CLUB, Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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OTAGO MOTOR CLUB Issue 15654, 19 November 1914

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