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SPORTING

GOLFA match was played at the St. Clair Links on Saturday between teams representing the St. Clair Golf Club and the Otago Golf Club, and the match resulted in a tic, each side winning five games, and two games wore halved. Ihe following are details : Matches. Matches. St. Clair. Otago Club. Drake 1 Sargood 0 Irvine 1 Stronach ... 9 Murphy 0 Salmon 0 yime * 0 Hutchison ... 1 Monro 0 Wallis 1 Hocking ... 1 M'Bwan ... 0 Stork 0 Du Croz ... 1 Wilson 0 Gale 0 Butcher I Dodgshuu ... 0 Wells 0 Young 1 Forsyth 1 M‘Arthur ... 0 Isaacs 0 uSmith 5 5 TROUBLE IN TROTTING CIRCLES. [Per United Press association.] AUCKLAND, November 23. As a result of an inquiry by the Auckland Trotting Club in regard to the action of certain members of the Northern Owners, Trainers, and Breeders' Association and the attempted boycott of tho dub’s spring meeting, Dr Brockway (president), and Messrs Gresen. Gladding, and Shepherd (members of the association) have been disqualified for 12 months. It was resolved further that no entry from these members, shall bo received during the pleasure of the stewards. In respect to the action of the trainers, W. Trange, W. A. h'roll, and T. Richards, the committee decided, subject to an aproved apology being given, that no further action bo taken.

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SPORTING, Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15657, 23 November 1914

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