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FORBURY PARK TROTS. The first event at the Spring Meeting of the Tahuna Park Trotting Club is timed for 1 p.m. to-morrow. This is the Amateur Handicap. The champion two-mile match against lime between Win Soon and Country Bello will take place at 4,30 p.m. Denver Huon holds the Australasian record for the distance—viz., 4min 20 l-ssec, at Auckland Summer Meeting ou the last day of 1913. With conditions favorable, this time may be successfully attacked to-morrow. Emmeline’s trial against the Australasian record of 2min 8 S-Ssec—jointly held by Mr M‘Donnell's champion mare and King Cole—will be made immediately after the two-mile champion match is decided. With a card of 10 events it will be necessary to start punctually to time. Those leaving town after 4 o’clock will be enabled to witness the attempts to lower the two-mile and mile records, and to see the two concluding races on the programme. FOOTBALL IN ENGLAND. A London cable states that in the League competition Manchester City beat Aston Villa by 1 goal to nil.

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SPORTING, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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