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SPORTING

WAIKOUAITI RACKS. Nominations for the above meeting, to he livid ou the Domain course, close iomorion-, and are receivable by the lion, -vcictaiy (Mr G I - .’. Charlton) or at the D.J.G. rot ms. Tli-‘ programme compri.-es eight events, including two trotting races, ‘lire principal events mv Uie M aikouait i Cup. Itm, of HOsov.s, and the Hawkslniry Handicap. 6f, of 80::ovn.

UURORATA RACKS

The acceptors fr - the principal events to-morrow are :

Tiororale. (dtp. Ifni. -Troon 8.9, Briar Raich 8.9, Gold Coin 8.5, Flower of tho West 8.5, Tho Role 7.15, Sir Hamilton 7.9. Optician 7.7, Forest Belle 7.7, Dice 7.7. 1 laldon Stakes. lm.—Troon 9.2, 01-n----owl 8.15, Kilts 8.12, Gold Coin'B.9. Reading Rady 8.9, I’iudhorn 8.9, Rad rone 8.6. Mnddile 7.15, Mnmura 7.7, Z,miner 7.7. Foie.-t Belle 7.7, Waitara 7.7.

KVKNTNG SPORTS

The lir.-t of the papular evening meetings for the 1914-15 season will he held on tire Caledonian Ground tomorrow evening, (he first rare ccniinencing at i o’clock. The Dunedin Amateur Athletic Club have held these meetings for some years past, catering meetly for open events, and, nntwirh-1 arming the fad that over 100 active athletes have gate with the Expeditionary Force or arc in camp, the club have decided to continue the meeting* this season, and the panics for tinfirst fullv justify the chib's action, anil it the meeting is well patronised by athletes other programmes will follow at short intervals. Mr A. W. Mercer liar, been given charge of the handicap- this .-ca-on, and he has declined as follows : To Yards- F. M- Rerkins scratch. V. Barton U vavds, A. Andrews 2, G. Austin 2[. A. Connor 4. N. Gm - an 4. H. Burma 4, F. M. Anderson 4[. A. Whittaker 5. J. Kane 5. J. Hewitt 5, R. Holman 6. F. A. Crimp 6. R. Seymour 6. 220 Yards.--! - '. M. Rerknis siralch, \. Barton 3 varde, A. Andrews 4. G. Austin 7, A. Connor 11. H. Burrow 11. F. Anderson 12. J. Kane 1-1. Milo Walk.—W. M. Stewart scratch. (. Purvis ICO vards. J. A. Grey 100. Half-mile-—G. (‘limp scratch. J. Beamon 5 yards, C. Frye 15, (’. Purvis 20. S. Govan 25. J- Swanson 25, A. IV. Simpson 40. J. MTvenzie 45. E. J. Hey 50, R. Wright 50. Bread Jump.—G. Austin escrateh. 11. Burrow lit 6in. J. Hewitt 111 tin. G. Rurkhurst 2ft.

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SPORTING, Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15666, 3 December 1914

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