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BOWLING

SOUTH OTAGO TOURNAMENT. This tournament was brought to an end on tho Balcluthr. Green yesterday. Resuits : DOUBLES. —Milton Pairs.— Section B. Balcluthn (Sheddau) 16 beat K.aitan<jat-a (Pryde) 15. —Green Winners.— Sections A and B. Clinton (P. Garden and L. Edwards, winners Section A) 13 beat Balclutha (J. Hislop end J. Sheddan, winners Section B) 12. Sections C aud D. Balclutba (J. Ritchie and J. D. LandelUs, winners Section C) 16 beat Balclutha (H. Gunthorp and R. Thinn. winners Section D) 10. CHAMPION MILTON PAIRS. Balclutha (J Ritchie and J. D. Landolls, K-aitaug-ata Green winners) 24 beat Clinton (P. Garden and L. Edwards, Balclutha Green winners) 13. KAITANGATA PAIRS. —Green Winners.— Sections A and B. K&itangata (H. Carson and A. Middleman, winners Section A) 11 beat Kaitangata. (J. Kyle and W. Penman, winners Section B) 10. Sections C and D. Otasjo (Smith and Bentley, winners Section C) 16 beat Kaitangata (Gage and Carson, winners Section D) 15. CHAMPION KAITANGATA PAIRS. ■ Kaitangata (H. Carson and Mliddlemass, Balclutha Green winners) 21 beat Otafro (Smith and Bentley, Kaitangata Green winners) 17. CHAMPION STIRLING RINKS. Balclutha (J. Hislop, J. Ritchie. J. Sheddan, and J. I). Landells) 17 beat Stirlin" (W. Maxweii, W. J. Smith, D. Boyd, and J. Esson) 15. CHAMPION BALCLUTHA RINKS. Kaitangata (,T. Kyle, W. Penman, J. Gage, and R. Carson) 20 beat Clinton (J. EJwards. P. Gordon, D. Scott, and L. J. Edwards) 19.

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BOWLING, Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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BOWLING Issue 15692, 5 January 1915

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