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SPORTING

NEW BRIGHTON TROTS. In the Nov/ Brighton Trotting Cap of 35Csovs, in harness, free-for-all. 2m, Country Belle led matters all her own way jn the (straight, and won easily by live lengths from Emmeline. who beat, Denver Hnon by a length and a-half. King Cole was 50yds away. The first half-mile was run in Imin 6fsec, one mile in 2:nin 14£scc, one milo a;id a-half in ?:nln 25|scc, and the lull distance in 4min 32? sec. Concluding events: Summer Handicap (optional). sm.—> Hnon Drift ilSsec) 1. Foxhill (34sec) 2, Cold Drift (2Gsocj 5. Eleven others. Time, 7n;in b[f. Advar.ce Handicap (harness). l£m. — Kmiliiis (4sce) 1, Sweet Agnes (6sec) 2, Annie Diiiou (7>oc) 3. Fourteen others. Won. easing by a dozen lengths. Time, 3;niu 32|!-ec. Telegraph Handicap (harness). Im.—. Our Aggro (7sec) 1, Franzaleua (4?ecJ 2, l.oivl Elmo iSr-er) 3. 'Ten others. Won by fir* h-ngth.-;. Time, 2m;n 204yce. A protest war. entered against Franzaleua by the owner of Ford Elmo on the ground of inl( i fetvnco in the straight, but was dism:sccd. •lessie Palm Handicap (harness). 2m.— Master Raymond (scratch) 1, Mayfield (14 sec) 2, Imperial Crown (13sec) 3. Fiv< oi hen;. Won. by a length. Time, 4mic 42 ree. Final Handicap (saddle). Im.—Per. funnier (8 see) 1, Franzaleua (6sec) 2. AI Franz (Bsec) 3. Twelve others. Time, 7 min ITisec. RACING AT RANDWICK. Following is the result of the VJLUKRS -STAKES', of I.OOOsovb. Irr. M'' ■). Boron's Challenge Crosse hyChallenge (urn) —La Crosse, svrs, 7.2 ... 1 Imshi, 7.11 “ 2 ■ Lcehano, 8.4 3 Twenty-one started. Popinjay, Pankhurst, and Valhalla were prominent in the early stages. Pankhurst led at the turn from Modify, Imshi, and Challenge Crosse, but the last-named overhauled the loaders at the distance and won by half a length, with two lengths between .second and third. Ventura was last. Time, lin:► 30 A sec. GOLF. The Timani Golf Club have extended the time for closing entries for their Christinas tournament till Wednesday, 23rd ins!., at 5 p.m. A bogey match was played at the .St. Clair Gi.lt Links on Saturday. The following ere tin.* best cards hancied in: —Geld Medal Handicap.— Hep. A. Shoe 4 2 up. . ]!. R. Stock 8 1 up. J. Drake 3 3 aovrn. ' 11. D. Batcher ... 7 3 down. It. Wilson 8 3 down. It, S. Forsyth ... 8 5 down. —Silver Midal Handicap.— li. Forbes 18 2 down. A. ],. Isaacs 15 4 down. L. Douglass 17 4 down. J. Lcthbiidgc ... 17 4 down. NO BOAT RACE IN 1915. Thy London correspondent of the-‘ Man* ck-rt-.T Guardian' male s ih? intcrefiring s; i.-m:-!,! that lor the fit ft time for over half a c".T. i ry t lie re. will be nn University E r rc - !-■.•- ! year Vt ofi Oxford urH , CEmi.-. ni: ■ hn.i.g ded mat rll i&satg ’C i' k - tvifiir-m-.i until after the war. *. .-J3 S.mia Air:can war did not ir.UHAo v.Ei'i; tlv- race, but there are s;> few racing ham at cither University now that is n!d It; imp:-risible to get a rapresHi* 1m iv > ciew. This will be the first ,ca'.■hi, the r. rie-iiniideiit adds, since t..« iccj ' i h.-ie an annua] one in 1G55 that lii.r-s 1,- •:■!'. no ci.|,;-:-f.t. 'J'llc - filet I- .-it 1T,03 i'.-iwi -i ii the U'liv'-isili.-s was in 1529. and :hr 1 ■ ■-■■■< n ; e;;i s late’. ’I !k- ll'-n. Francis Lambton was killed .hi ..cCoh i.n October 31. Deceased, who ■ ihj .. v-digest blether of the Earl of EEiThhi. V.ms cha-vly identified with rae,::g ■>. Engla.i.d. havtfg been si ttaiiKr for a i: ii j■ i i r of v.-aiv. On the out bleak oi Eih he volunteered for sen ic<*, and f.o- ---■ a i a. c ■;„i;!-.- 1- :i as eub-JE ulanr.nt in :.• c IT yd Hoi;.;' (P'ards. At th' Auckland Trotting Club’s meeliu •:! month. Denver Hnon has been <niI .; - ■ 1 f->r : in- Two Mile Pulse- of 250'oovs, : -r a o-.-.rii, and Dillon Bell for the Oik; id;.-- Purse. t.f 250sovf. Jr vas dccid(-d. at. last week’s meeting of i aj, t ant -.-i h.m-y Trotting' Harso Ibocdersi’ ib'.rcr-' Association, to urge lite Forth.' Pa ; l, Trotting Club to hold their n.•■"tings "hj ccii.'i entire days in future.

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SPORTING, Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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SPORTING Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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