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| RACING IN VICTORIA. I The Bendigo Cup, lim, run yesterday, was won by Mr .1. Mills's br f Traquette, by Trnquair—Sininierette, with Adorer second and Dofeneo third. There were lu starters. Won by a head. Time, 2min 12 3-sscc. A protest entered against the winner on the ground of interference was dismissed. TAKAPUNA RACES. Yesterday's totalisator turnover was £20,795, an increase of £1,542 compared with the corresponding day last year. Following completes our repoit:— Cambria Handicap. 4f.—Loyal Arch 18.0) 1, Bisogne (7.5) 2, Housewife (7.2) 5. others. Won from end to end. Time. 51 3-ssec. Melrose Handicap. SJ.f.— fjoultare ?B.loi 1, Kitty Bellairs (9.0; 27 Tlr.r.veka (7,10. x Twenty-one others. Won hy a length. Time, Imin 10 l-ssee. Tiri Hurdles. IJm. —Spalfish (10.13) 1. Pip (10.1) 2, Ruffy (10.1) o. Dogger Bank (8.9) also started.* Won very easily. Time, 3min 19 2-ssec. Cheltenham Handicap. 7f.—Tinopai (6.12) 1, Tattoo (8.7) 2, Patronale (8.2) 3. Eight others. Won by half a length. Time. Imin 28seo. CRICKET. Canterbury Co liege defeated Otago University by six wickets. ’Varsity’s second innings yesterday afternoon yielded 206. Additional scores: A. P. Alloo 23, Nicholson 8. Baxter 23, M'Mullan 29. Spedding 4, Eggleton not out 0, extras 21. Bowling analysis; Beal, four wkk'ets for 68 runs; Lnttrell, three for 41; Crawshaw, two for 73: F. Gnrnsey, none for 6; Barnett, none fop 4; A. Gurnsey, one for 1. Canterbury College scored the requisite 74 runs for the loss of four wickets— Lnttrell 6, Moore 20, Crawshaw 13, F. .lolly 0, Beal not out 20, F. Gurnsey not out 5, extras 10. Bowling analysis: A. W. Alloo, four wickets for 27 runs; A. P. Alloo, none for 34; Reid, none for 3. OTAGO ROWING ASSOCIATION. A meeting of the executive of the above association was held last evening, Mr SL G. Styche presiding. The programme of the Otago Annual Regatta Committee was approved, and Mr G. Hogan was appointed starter. Mr J'tycho was appointed the New Zealand Association's starter at the Boxing Day Nicol, on behalf of the N.E.8.C., reported that the club would be prepared to contribute £lO to the association, provided the other clubs contributed the sum of £4O amongst them, with the idea of raising sufficient funds for the association to hold the annual regatta, as they felt that at the present time they could not expect to receive the usual donations from citizens, and they thought that this year rowing men should endeavor to do as much as possible for themselves. —It was resolved that a letter be sent to all dubs stating the proposals made by the North End Glub. and asking if they would be willing to fall in with this suggestion, and that they be asked for a reply by December 16. A vote of thanks was accorded the North End Club for their offer and the interest they are taking in the welfare of tho association. It was decided that the various sailing clubs and the Swimming Association be written to asking if they would appoint two delegates to meet delegates from the association to discuss the idea of arranging an aquatic display in aid of the patriotic funds. On the motion of Mr M. Priest it was resolved that a letter be sent to Mr J. E. Galbraith expressing regret at his retirement from tho association, and thanking him for the many valuable services rendered to the association.—Carried. Four (rinks (representing the visiting members of the General Assembly on Tuesday played a game with the members of the Dunedin Bowling Club on the Dunedin Green. Scores: Dunedin Club, 77; Presbyterian Assembly members, 61. In consequence of the date of the General Elections foiling on December 10, the Woodvillo District Jockey Club'e Summer Meeting has been put back to the following Wednesday and Thursday—viz., December 16 an<f 17.

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SPORTING, Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15660, 26 November 1914

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