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[Special to the Stah.]

The totalisator turnover yesterday wan £2,551, maidin' tho investments for the mooting £5,191. or £695 less than wa.s (handled Last year. Seven first favorites scored yesterday. and in the eighth event the Dlmrobiu 'riot, the public fancy finished second, The fields were poor. Following events wore decided after my Inst message was despatched yesterday : Flying Stakes. 4f.—Tcilma, (10.3) 1, Helicon (7.5) 2, Seamaid (8.0) 3. Ngatnpa(7.B) also started. Tcilma. led throughout, and won by a length. Time, 52scc. The Glenkenich Hack Handicap, 6f. resulted :—Pretty Jane (9.0) 1, Quirintts (8.11) 2, Benefit :7.9) 3. Three others. Necks eeparted the placed division, 'l ime. Imin 23§sec. As the result of an inquiry alleging bumping, the Judiciary Committee reversed the judge's fiat, awarding Qu minus first place ami Pretty Jane second, and disqualified the rider of Pretty Jano (W. R. Robinson) for three nionih.s. .Mr Y. J. Morelle, owner of Pretty Jane, lodged an appeal, and the totalizator money was impounded. Dash Open Trot. Im. - Ivan C. Il3sec) 1, Donation (14scc) 2, Oyster Shell (scr) 5. Tlio only starters. Won pulling up. Time, 2min 42sec. Farewell Handicap. 6f.—Peerless (9.3) 1, Officious (9.0) 2, Rene-fit (7.8) 3. I’ieasuro Bent (8.2) and Punchinello (7.5) also ran. Won by a length and a-half. Time. Imin 23J;seo. MARLBOROUGH MEET INC. At Rivorsdalo in the autumn Reno was started in three hack events, winning twice and finishing second on tho third occasion. Mr A. Goodman’s representative this week accounted for the principal open event each day. It was the llivcrlands Handicap, Im, yesterday, in which he was burdened with 9.4, and defeated Alccto (in receipt of 213b) by a nock and three others ; time. Imin 43isec. The totalizator turnover for the two days was £11.265, a, decrease of £7lO as compared with last year’s figures. OTAGO ROWING CLUB. Tito following crews have iieen picked to represent the Otago Rowing Club at the regatta on Boxing Day Senior Fours--Kerr (stroke), Smeat-nn, Fan-bairn, Hogg; Senior Pairs—Kerr (stroke), Hogg; Senior Sculls—Ken- (stroke) and Smoalon; Junior Fours—Stewart (stroke), Ellison, Lang, Scolon ; Junior Pairs—hang (stroke) and Scolon; Junior Sculls—Stewart (stroke) and Ellison; Maiden Fours— Wood (stroke), Davis, Simkin, Kennclly ; Maiden , Pairs—Woods (stroke) and Kcnne.lly, and Leitch (stroke) and Pay ; Maiden Sculls Simkin (stroke) and Davis; Light-weight Maiden Four Sandes (stroke). Mason, Zaffer, and King ; Youths’ Four—W. Chapman (stroke), Lake, E. Levido, Murcotl; Youths’ Pair—W. Chapman (stroke) and loike. Tho following crews have been picked for tho Novice Pairs, to be rowed on Wednesday, November 25: E. and N. Levido, Guyton and King, AY. S. Stewart and Mason. WEDNESDAY CRICKET. Grocers made 84 against T. and P. A., to which Kennedy, by steady play, combined with-hard hitting, contributed 44 not out. Pottos 15 and Torrance 10 batted well. T. and P. had contributed 44 for the loss of five wickets when rain put an end to further play—M‘Faria ne 17, Be.-t 14. M'Kenzio (four for 53) and M’Farlanc (throe for 29) bowled well for T. and I’., as did Torrance (two for 10) and Rennet (three for 26) for Grocers.


The above club hold their linst rate of the season to-morrow, There are throe races—a general handicap for sailing yachts, starting at 3.15 p.m. ; handicap for motors under 8 b.h.p., storting at- 5.30 p.m. ; and handicap for motors over 3 b.h.p., storting at 3.45 p.m. Owing lo tin harbor works in progress tipposit-.' the club's property, these ra-ces will start and finish off the Stuart street wharf. Thiwill enable spectators to obtain a. good view of the proceedings. BOWLING. A threvj-rink match was played at Seacliff on Wednesday between the. lin'al club and membeiH of the W aikoitaitf Bowling I Club. Ite-sult: Seacliff 77, Waiko'.iaiti 72

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SPORTING, Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15655, 20 November 1914

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