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BOWLING

[By Measurer.] ' South Island had only eight of the 90 : rinks taking part in the Association, tournament at Auckland —six from T) lined in and two from Christelmrch'—and they did not get a section winner, though Smellie's dreen Island rink went near with. 7 wins, 2 losses, which was a sterling performance. Carsivell's Taieri team promised very well, as they won their first four games; then they broke up and lost the next five. Other local teams had indifferent success. The Champion Rinks went to a Palinerston North link—U. 11. Xash. K. S. Dixon. F. J. Tasker, J. A. Nash is), who defeated a To Hivvi (Wellington) four—Baskiville, Knwler. 11. W. Frost, and K. .1. Hill (si in the final by 20 to ], lu the Doubles the .Southern men made t u m clip Jelt the (. utu 1 Imd pin Blackwood and A. Smellie. proved 1o he the winners, defeating .1. M'lvor and .1 M'lndoo lOtahuhu) in the. linal by 24 t< 15. It was nearlv a case of two Dunediu pin nueting at the lit I I ( legott in I W. .\Pl,aren iof Dunediu Club) were onh jut In i ten bi th Otiluihu pm m tin a dm mill Uto i mot pituhii g inu llk Xtitheuiti led In 11 0 iffti th tn t it heads. Vet the Dunediu pair made it 1 all with the last head to go. when their >pp nnl oted i ui| 1 Ihj » n m th g mif ,ivt tin vunnin„ pin git it pr u c

In the sin J I i tut till un well. three of the nine section winuei came from Duuedin Centre—l). Buchanan ( iten 1 1 md) 1 Hin u u md I v i il (Dunediu Club), rufortunatelv, Buchanan and Xeil had to play each other to leave m Mn tight itn thei en hnu , byes). '('his left Xeil and llarraivav iu the last eight, and both went down iu the first game when section winners met Hnrrawav to Hill iTe Kiwi,, and Xeil t i st 1 i( ipi 1 i mil lln im il u jil u i between Stokes and Maxwell Walker, and tin l itt t n m mt 11 il li I i ote i Walker is well known as a clever bowler and lii-. win would be popular intlei 1 st 1 t ti] p i i u Id In ml o tli Ivaituna Club, who has recently settled in Auckland. His form seems to have been i in pii i t tin \u I'md i but i th it n lit t iu rift i tout led II i ilii t\ i hm [il n i nnd 1 1 it Ihe pii ,i mum i in I 1 i ih \ i turn was a very complete work, riimiin nl o | i,i It mi th in uli t i uhl t the u tn Mi \ M I i Idt n X nut iII ii I |i i n ,li uei ill tut i lii i d iuh l ill I hnili in i t < ti ii ,u ii I t ] there, and list of entertainments. It wa I e.v< ellcntlv jirinted. A prominent " Xod jn j lgi Y> iid Will li, 1 indU ( I ■t from their team the usual ■•hilling U i 'takers, on fir~t dav onlv. and hand j ame to umpires." Another nob n 1 I lon 'ei nc i dpi I I I'll th ii I « n lunch I \ repoi If linM id i st I, ~ , t | mt, >f brwlti til inj, pnt in the t un i i nifiit wa ittindfd b\ ilfii 7 n() "\11 M j( i t I irlni hj Ihj bjf til t di | u mittti ul itm t mil tun, i j thtu il|t t th htteimu t 1 1 i \lm, I the fn t qui tirn « i m i peuditure on entertainment. Mr A. ,\l 1 mini titt in nd th it Mi i im il hj id done their best in the matter of i 'li hii nt Int th i\) u i Ith (nt i t minimi |n ,i imn i u< ti'i imi d th inn mil in ltd in in nli mi hi I) iti 11 tmii w i vpi ul I \ ii itn g j bowlers with the -vstom of oiaver- takn ~ I tin ii own luih hj n miti iff I it Diim d n hj t tui ind f Ih i d it thi t nun mifi t I \itt i nun hdt< ii iu ih m itti i di |ii ii ti tth ut iu luh ii I( ug ii ii I n If lime llh t ill ii tin tw It t unit i ule mil i I ti'tt \ ' ii i uif it 1 i t ting M i<t i ii i tni i ni ii iti ii i i t ' m th t m mint nt ) i dn ii I « i I »> I l't i ith i Mi iin i | a n Ili 11 I ntm n i 1 in l| ii ent d nth JI C\ I 1 i U vhi i j i fnt (I I Imn in n Dim dn I 1 dieeu. Outrun Club probably take lint hmm null thru i pi tut tint Mi s ( Watson, who arrived in Ot-ago with th P' >nu i mr I hilij I in„ in lo < i i Ilin 1 hue Mi I hn Ili i \h > niu I iu 1849: and the Dimedin Club haie M; II ( litt i tin am nl t ith tm hj j Mhj in tin un e u I i I i i i (lit >r ot tin I u mn o s t ,| j ( ~ sf (Itn ( Inb md Mrlln 1,, , , , t i Dt igo Y\ itu ft m(I Dm, Im ( ~i 1 ith gentlemen, from theii I >n_ i i t if" n * ill) 1 ii ling in itt i m i th i , litre th \ lui i r i nth n e u ' knt un in on, t liu li i ii in em „ | i th i I Hid tf th tth i Mi r In \\ , t a veteran of Dunediu Club, has an I mm l mi ( ni| i e I I I i |, d Hu ( iliiul ( ulli in [ D iji tin in hj in 1361, and who now. j M their old i Imtl their pastime in bowlinu'. I'uiini n Ciiii.i. with Mr S. \". p,,ou n i il i pt cut the eai'ii goldtieleC of Cent i Otago; and Mr .liinif- (iilmour. of l) m lint lul inn hj ii, Ui hj n i | lij| ii_ thi link iuh tin hijn t iggi i! T \ ( n u/ 0 Ih > uh i in iii tn nh In lii t Otatro mil , |) , , I < nti d it tin _ ithcimi. ' Xftll i (nu [i u>iid in mii i i (mm th H line 1 f ith i t i In, (, n , t | (111 unl un , iu„nt |, t| n |f Hi'lit !'\ i >oil ill in md iiu ii llmd i t'nu md i n 1 i th niirr|, |, mn 'he i ii t i ,|| d, 1 thui lit md nou I 'li' \ m ni,i to I t p (hu, | rm Ml || („ '"i'l * 't it Ih luu, | h,,d Jtlnri wu 11 II hi n i 1 i MI f m D M in ml \\ D,\ | , 1n,,,, thi , | " ( M o|p nnt in ! ~, t,|,| n i,| the | \'H 1' x i iii i l tin i 11,, i nl, p ,rn, | tint ul i i Inb lut 11 I i n | lnid () iiti un t nil |lninli i, ~1 >„, muli 1„i , Dul I hj m % t m I wi'l r li I a th i \1 I i I | 1 I Imd '

j Ihe. two vi.iSshc nuk- of Inrercargiii ! players fmm Northern! and Southland ; Clubs had a -ood (ime in (own, (houHl j (HUT Weather W.iulii have lllade thiiu..,j more enjoyable '["lie -oiilheriiers. 'elf course, put. up -,„,(] naiiif-. an.l an- ~11 well known a- real sports. J Katdina "Wednesday (i>;ims ,rv h,ciir: a I £,';i'..'i/ run. So far //lev are un<loi,-ateil Cm'1 reason. ! Inlcrcluh m.dch. - placed ia-t Safurd-iv were nut wil limit iulere-i. 1-"ir--1_ it ma'v he muitiniieil that Diuic.iMi t lull main tained their 'end. winning all three panic-. They were hard pu-hed by Outrain. whom Ibey defeated liy 7> point-on Iv : and .-i'mmi-i j "lie Balmaee\cm -e.tion thev'had ihe"same lead -which mil.-! he ennddered luekv Knilnna and Caledonian played do'--games, with Iho wins of (hive to (he formcr. Wiikari lowered tht-ir ecreentage h\ uoing down to iiotli Tiiieii and Fair- | tie],). Ro-lyn had three win- against j < "aver-iharn itwn of them narrow wpieak-i j Otagn had three good vi. lories ~ver St. Kilda. two elo-e and a runaway. Ki>r|,rein this match which cannot, he' overlooked were the -core- in Association rink* skipped by .J. Cooke for I ((ago and A. If. Allen for St. Kilda. The teams looked a watch on paper, hid Cooke wort by ~>2 to 5! Kftikora.i won two of three against Valley, which was -ati-fael-ory from their point of view. Morningtnu heat both Toil Chalmers ami West Harbor, and Fair. Held won against llreeu Island and Wakari St. Clnir had byes. '• Aniiiid;*." writing in ilie 'Southland Time-." say? that_ a very large number of bowlers visited Queen-town for rhe ho!.' days. The Park Ureen presented an animated appearance on Christinas and Homing Day-, ii i ft'vvc. 1 than 44 vi-i'or- taking palt. There wjh al-o a rink of kidv players present from Kaitunu Club. Caversh-iui Club lady friend- aie about to take on the game. The winning team at ihe Auckland Christinas tournament eompii-ed Me.-,-;'-M. Casey. M. Taylor. V. Casey, and M. Walker ithe four who represented J'onsonby at the Association tournament/, and it is worthy of note that two members of the tea-IP. in 'Messrs M. Casey and -.M. Walker, were also in the four wdieu Ponsonhv achieved a similar success in 1911. A City (Sydney! player was ox plain i noto u Strnthtielder that the Cook Park ({recti was so bad because (he >ei'd sown came up cabbages, when the latter remarked that there was nothing so bad that rt could not be woi-e. For instance, sunno.-e the\ had coinu up bluejiuuii I

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BOWLING, Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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BOWLING Evening Star, Issue 15705, 20 January 1915

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