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WELLINGTON SUMMER MEETING. The totalizator investments amounted to £40.6145. as against £31,429 <>u Cup Day last-year, and were a record for any day* at TYentham. Tho following events we're, decided after our report closed yesterday : WELLINGTON CUP, l,3oosov s . IJm. s—"Mr MartonV b f Pavlova by Charlemagne ll.—Stepka.. ■'-.'■ rs, 7.7 IH. Yoimgi I I—Mr G. Hunter's eh g Indigo by Mystification Muugista, 3yi s, 7.15 (0. Stovve) ...' 2 12-Messrs J. S. M'Leod and l' ; J. White's b m Fair Rosamoiei by King's Guest—Dear Heart. 4\rs, 7.0 "(E. Walsh) ... •' Also started: 9 Sinanis 8.11. o St. Elmu 6.9. 3 Ladoga 8.4. 4 Kilrain 3.1. 2 Bvrou 7.12, 7 Marshal M'Donald 7.0, 10 Bertrada 7.3, 11 Pec 6.13, (ear. Ogier 6.7. 6 Football 6.7. 'At the ttart Marshal M'Donald was

badly leff. Audi Ocier drew to the iioiit. ioilowed closely by Ladoga. At the nine post the two leaders were close together, Ogier holding a slight advantage, v.itii Bertrada and Football heading 'the vest of the tield. At the, back Ladoga- closed up to Ogiur, with Indigo in third place, but coming into tho straight Pavlova came to the front, with Indigo alongside of her. After an exeitiny finish Pavlova, won by a head, with Fair Rosamond three-ouar-ters of ii length away. Then came a. struna-oiit field, with Ogier fourth. Byron fifth,"and Marshal M'Donald last. Siuapis was pulled up coining into the straight on the home run. Time, 2min 32scv. which knocks fsec off Kilrain's record of last year. Euapelut Handicap, loOsovs. 6f.—Gold Soult (7.13) 1. 'J'angihou i 7.2) 2. Submersion (7.15) 3. 'Ten others* Gold Soult, the favorite, won comfortably by a neck, j Time, lrniii lofsee. [ WATERLOO STAKES. SOOsovs. W.f.a.. j with penalties. Im. i 3—Mr G. L. Sttad's br g Sauci by \ Charlemagne 11.—Hope Dia- i mond, 4yi's, 8.11 (11. Deeley') ... i I—Mr1 —Mr G. 1). Greenwood's brg lhuj'.eiaclor, syrs. 8.13 (C. Emmerson) ... 2 2—Sir Geo. Clill'onTs b li Autumniß oyrs, 9.12 (F. K. Jones) , 3 Also started : 4 Pari form 3.4. Kmperador and Autumnus a.t once rushed to the front, 'followed by Parit'onu and Sauci. In that order the positions were maintained t ri th« bend, whero Sauei move<l up. and entering thci the field were biniched. Sa-m-i put in a challenge passing the people's stand, and drew level, with Emperador and Autumnus. About 20yds from the post Sauci shot to j the front, and won by a neck from EmI perador, a length separating the latter from Autumnus. Tin-'e. Imin 'd'osec. [TELEGRAPH HANDICAP. 750*ovs. 6f. 15—Hon. .1. H. Onnond'.-. b f Hoy bv i Mirkenhead—Links. ovrs,' 6.7 ! iR. Buddicombe'i 1 | 3 Mi' G. D. Greenwood's blk e Bii meter, ovrs. 8.2 iC. Ihumersoni 2 10—Mr P. Rossmcad's b c Master A.hilles, 6.10 ill. Reed: 3 Also started: 6 Gladiole 8.8, J. Downham 8.7. 12 Chudic 8.4. 2 Beldame 3.2. ! 9 ITavott 8.2. 8 Iliad's Hero 7.13. 11 i Fabi'ikol'i 7.9 (ear. (.11). ; Adroit 7.3 (ear. j 7.11), 4 Beiasco 7.7, 13 Ciuikwana 7.0. 3 j Wisehird 7.0. 17 Evadne 6.9 (ear. J 16 Dinner Gong 6.7. 14 Gicnrny 6.7. | From a good start Beldame was early ' in the lead, with Relaseo, Ruuetev. and. I Hoy handy. In tho s'traiff/it Hoy and j Bimeter went to the front, tho former winning by a nose in record time for the dis- I [ tanco on the Ti\ utham course. .Master j Achilles finished in third place a length away, with Dinner Gong fourth. Belaseo tiftii. and Beldaine sixth. Time, Imin J i 13sec. j LAWN TENNIS. Mr Norman Brookes, who has returned to Melbourne by tho Osterh-y, states that the Davis Cup contests aroused tremendous enthusiasm in America-, where tho game is very popular, and which countryis producing some line players. Brookes intends to return to England all or the war and defend the IJntish championship in tennis. The form in England, he says, is below that of previous years, the trouble being that the game i.-i not encouraged in j the- public schools. WEDNESDAY CRICKET. ! Grocers v. Railway was played on the j Caledonian Ground yesterday, when tho i Grocers wore victorious by the narrow mar- ' gin of 9 runs. Railway batted first and made : 105 (Swinney 24, Williams- 21, and Guy 111 j Torrance took flvo wickets for 35, Delamere j three for 13, Ogg ono for 22. and Bennett j ono for 2. Grocers rospoiukd with 11-1 ; (Torrance 20, Goatbam, 18, Clydesdale 15. , Deiamere 14). When tho I.N-t iiian eanu: j in. 12 xu:i3 were still required to vin, but ) Robertson and Kennedy proved e«pial to ; the occasion. Guy, Swinney, and Newport j secured tho wickets for Railway. : Taieri and Peninstila A defeated Post . and Telegraph by 77 runs. Batting !ir.-t, ! Post.ami Telegraph made 141 (Facer 40,! Ro&i 23, Card no 21, IS, Campbell I 15). T.' and P. responded with 218 (W, ' Rice 101, M!'Farlane 35, Milburu 35. ' M'Kenzio 18, Nonnan 12 not out). MTven- j z'm and M'Farkuio bowled well for tho win j tiers, as did Elliott and Pacey for thoi losers, St. Kilda defeated T. and P. B hv 65 ; runs. St. Kilda madn 140 (Jones 5S re- i tired. Shepherd 19, Hillyer 10). O'Coe,-; nor, Taylor, and M.orrison bowled best. ' Taieri and Peninsula B w.-i-e dismissed for '■ 75 {Taylor 36. King 11). Jones (six for ■ 43) and G. Edwards (two for 15) bowled ; well for the winners. " ;

Fast timw "were th« ovdor nf the day a-fc Trtntham ye3terday. In the Cup Pavlov* (2min 32see) established a. New Zealand milp and a-half record. Course records were also made by tho two-year-old filly Tftringamutu (60? sec) for sf. ";ntd Ly Hoy (lmin 13sec). 6f. Another good p. rforinanco waa that of Gold Soult in easily winning the Enapch-a Handicap in lmm lSfsec. Acceptances for all events at tho fir.;? day of the Forbury Park Trotting Club's meeting will close at-9 p.m. on Saturday Jiesfc..

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SPORTING, Issue 15706, 21 January 1915

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