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STOP PRESS ITEMS.

CANTERBURY COLLEGE V. OTAGO UNIVERSITY.

I This match was rcsiuned at Carisbrook tliis morning. Tlie wicket Jjj had been softened by the rain overnight, and the bowlers were getting P a little turn on the wickets. ( Otago University's first innings closed for 135 runs. Additional scores : . ] Keid, 34, Mickelson 16, Baxter 4, M'Mullan 0, Smith (not out) 5, Spedding 2, Eggleton 0, extras 3. Beat took six wickets for 45 run's, Luttrell three for 27, Crawshaw none for 56. Otago followed on. Scores at 3.10 p.m. : —Tweedy 43, Smith 16, Nu, f ;nnt (not out) 10, A. W. Alloo 8, Keid (uot out) 11, extras 14—three wickets for 102. At 3.45 Otago University had lost six wickets for 145 (Nugent 12 and E[ekl ID*

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STOP PRESS ITEMS., Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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STOP PRESS ITEMS. Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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