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PEDESTRIAN ISM

DORMER AXD TREMBATH MATCHED-

W. Y. Ttot,bath, of Gore, and A. TV. Dormer, of Auckland (who recently joined the professional ranks), have been matched for a half-mile contest in Auckland, for a nurse, of £SOO, with a- side bet of £IOO. The date of the contest has nor. been fixed. It- is stated that the winner will challenge C. E. JJcrgmcier, the Victorina middle-distance runner, who is considered by English critics to be ha-lf-miio professional champion of the world. Bergmeier

is now ou his way back to Australia. Tvembath has twice cut out the halfmile in Imiu 55 4-ssac, while Dormer’s best half iu public is linin 56 but that time would hare been reduced if he hud i:oL- been blocked in one part, of the race.

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PEDESTRIAN ISM, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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PEDESTRIAN ISM Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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