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The ; I<■■ LjnT; .ll Siu-ic-iv of Otago will h«UI tli.ii' annual L'iitheriiig ul v’a ground- na New Year's Day. when, jud.illir liv the record mini her of 11 1 ri»'ts ieccived, mi exccilcin day's sport should h.fli>' oiilrnme. .\ ll in!'( tlia athletes coin- |' Uiiy nn:v l>i> m’iiMnai'd stu ii '.vel!-kno'.vn jin lorn:'’)s .a; td-. inney (the Otago 440 yds and half-inili’ (Tampionl. Austin doner jinr.|i rkainpinni. I’erkins (Otago -hampioni. Par. ton (university < -hrmpion). (-’rye (three mile Otago rhampioni. Boat?nn (three.-indt A'lf 1 ra-ksian nhampicn:. and C. Crimp (the brilliant. ntiiner, and holder of the oncjnile championship of Otago I. ek. The Society have met. with every support from the Now Zealand Amateur Athletic Afsariation, and evidently the idea of keeping the events open in those having ;m amateur status only is meeting svith the success it deserves. The piping and dancing sections are well (jilt'd, and everything promises toward a successTn! gathering-.

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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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Evening Star Evening Star, Issue 15685, 26 December 1914

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