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BOWLING

■■ ■ -...- ♦ —— RINK CHAMPIOXSHIP. Three rounds of the Dominion Rink Championship e yot off at Auckland yesterday. Following are the results of the games played by the Otago representative-, : Section ('. —Smellie (Green Island!, 5 win-;. 310 !n->es ; M/Laren (Dunedin), 2 win;. 1 10-ifs. Section !).—Harrawav ffhiiicdiui. 1. win, 2 losses. Section E.--Wvatt (Dunedin). 1 win 2 10-es. Section F.—S'nit'i i'Duncdin), 3 losses. Section I.—Cai'o.wll fPaieril. ?> wins, no losse*. Thuse who were undefeated drring the day, scoring .1 wins, were:—Section A, Be'ecroft (West End, Auckland) : Section B, Wooller fßemuera) ; Section C, Smellie (Green Island) and Moir (Dominion Eoad) : Section D, Hill (To Hiwi) and Ure (Mount Eden); Section E, Jury (Karnugahake); Section F. Nash (Paimerston North) and Miuii'o i.Thorndon) ; Section G, Smart (New Plymouth) : Section I, Walker iPonsnnbv) and Carsvvell (Taieri). In Section }{ none of the teams went through unbeaten. DUNKDIX CENTRE. A meeting of the, Dunedin Bowling Centre Executive was held la.st evening. Mr \Y. Kicolson presided, ;md others present were Messrs J. Abbott. J. G. Dempster, J. R. (.Mover, W. IF.'Allen, 11. M. Morton, and G. H. Hughes. Mr A. M. Bryden, secretin- of the Dominion Bowling Association of Xew Zealand, Auckland, wrote that, their council had resolved to ask that their thanks be convoyed to the ladies who had so kindly provided the association with such a handsome banner for competition.—Received. It was decided that play in the Easter tournament, be conducted on .similar lines. to last year, four games lining assured in the rinks and in the doubles. Also that the trophies be of the sa,me value, and the entrance fee be as previously—namely, 5s per player ; entries tc close a week before tire tournament commences' on April :-J. 'JTie question of playing with two feet on the mat and the. desirableness of enforcing this method of p!ay_ caused some discussion, and it was decided to draw players' •attention to the necessity for playing with two feet upon the mat, .and to tT» fact that penalties would be enforced for breaches of tlio rules hearing upon the matter.

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BOWLING, Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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BOWLING Issue 15698, 12 January 1915

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