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SPORTING

HORORATA RACES

Concluding- events on Saturday re suited :

Brackendale Plato. sf.—Christmas Lily (9.3) 1, Derby Day (9.12) 2, Lady Grafton (8.7) 3. Coalgato Welter. 11 — Canterbury (8.7) 1. Andrea (3.12) 2, Kilts (8.12) 3. H.-iklon Stake*, lm.—Findhorn (8.9) 1, Mumura (7.7) 2, Forest Belle (7.7) 3. LAWN TENNIS. C grade matches only were played on Saturday, Results : Port Chalmers. 10 sots (101 games); Caversham. 4 sets (53 games). Ravcnftbourne. 12 tvts 1.109 games) ; Andwon Bay. 2 sets (56 games). Taieri, 10 sets (101 games) ; Hauraro, 4 set,* (80 games). Arthur -Street, 8 sets (100 games) ; Green Island. 6 snts (07 games). Arthur Street No. 2, _lO sets (104 games); Hanover, 4 se.ts (77 games).. Cosy Dell, 10 sets (100 games); Roslyn, 4 sets* (75 games). Kaikorai, 7 sets (89 games) : Valley. 7 sets (75 games). RACING IN QUEENSLAND. The Summer Cup, run at Brisbane oil Saturday, resulted :—Sir llucnalf 1, La Neivo 2. Partiningo 3. Seventeen started. Won by throe-quarters of a length, one length "between second and third. Tim-j, 3mm 2£sec. CHEsTcHAMPIONSHIF. For the New Zealand chess championship tourney, which will begin in Christchurch on the 28th itist., eix nominations have already been received, and it is expected that* half a dozen more at least will be in before closing day. Those, nominated are :—E. H. Severne {Canterbury), O. C. Pleasants (Wanganui), G. F. Dodds (Nelson), W. Moore (Masterton). W. C. Hill and H. A. Mackenzie (Wellington). It is not yet certain if th" Itevs. C. E. Fox and B. G. Fox will arrive from Norfolk Island in time to take part. ON THE LINKS. —At St. Clair.— The monthly modal competition was played at the St. Clair Links on Saturday. The following are tho heat cards handed in :<— —Gold Modal Hondi'-ap.r-

—At Tialmacewen. — The £t. Andrew's Cross competition was played on the Balmacewcn LinJv3 on Saturday. This was the firat event played over the new course, and competitors found the new greens .a bit tricky. If. 11. Hutchison and H. L. Cook tied wjth

The committee of the Otago Golf Club have decided not to hold the annual tournament at New Year.

Or. Hep. Net A. iS'imo ... 83 5 — 78 F. G. Haig ... 92 14 — 78 J. Drake ... 85 4 — 81 H. D. Uuicher ... ... 90 9 — 81 U. R. Stock ... 01 10 — 81 —Silver Handicap.— n. Wright ... 103 24 — 79 L. Don glass ... 103 24 — 79 J. Lethbridce ... 103 22 — 81

scores of 1 down. . L'est scores :- — II. H. Hutchison "!■ 1 down H. L. Cook 9 1 down C. M. Smith 6 2 down F. Throp 13 2 down T. O. Young C. \V. Birch 4 3 down 9 3 down

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SPORTING, Evening Star, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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SPORTING Evening Star, Issue 15669, 7 December 1914

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