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BOWLING

DOMINI O N TO VRNA.\I F. NT. The. tf)urnainent of the Dominion Bowling Association w;ts continued at Auckland yesterday in hue weather. Section play in the Sickles Chamiiionship was commenced and completed. The event attracted an entry of 'lo'). and these were divided into nine sections, eight of 16 and one of eight players. The so, lions were divided into .--.ubsc. i ions of four cm-h. and play was conducted on the Dunedin system. The section winners were as fob

Section.. Stokes ((.Try l.ymn. Section B---K. ifarrnwav I'Dmiediii'. Section C— Ik J. Hill lie lliui.. Section !)—Crnwhurst i Auckland-. Section }■:—M. Walker t PonsonbvL Se.-tiou F -Osmond (Auckland). ' Section (.!—I). Buchanan ii.'reeu Islnud Section ll—-lurv (Karaiigahake). Section I—'l.'. Neil i Dunedin .

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BOWLING, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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BOWLING Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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