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SOUTH CANTERBURY TOURNAMENT. [Speciai. to thk Stae.7 TIMARU, December 29. The bowling tournament concluded today. The final in the Geraldine County Pairs resulted in Halclutha. (Dunn and Ramsay) 22 beating Morning-ton (Hotting and Hokratel 15. The overnight score was Ramsay 14, Plotting 12. .At the fifteenth head Ramsay began again with his driving tactics, following the jack into the ditch for a single. The seventeenth hear] gave him another. Hoi gate draw magnificently at the next head, but his skip was unfortunate in scoring only a single. At the nineteenth head, however. Ramsay's drive failed, and Hotting counted 3. The last two heads settled Mornington’s chance, Ramsay securing 3 and 2. and winning by 6 points.

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BOWLING, Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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BOWLING Issue 15687, 29 December 1914

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