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  3. TURF FIXTURES.

    The New South Wales Trotting Club will hold a meeting at Harold Park to-day, when ten events will be decided, the first being timed for 12.45 p.m., and the last for 4.30 p.m. The meeting ...

    Article : 1,735 words
  4. GREYHOUND RACE RESULTS

    Maiden Stake, [?]00yds.—Doughbellem, by Larabelle—Doughboy's Daughter (box [?]), 1: Black Elegance (7), 2; Clondara (4), 3, Betting: 5[?] [?]ra, [?]ippa (8). 4th, [?] ...

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  5. ATHLETICS.

    J. K. Stephens of the Randwick-Kensington club, a former State champion, had an easy victory in the Sydney University club's open four miles scratch race, at the University grounds, on ...

    Article : 470 words
  6. GOLF.

    E. Rigney, of the North Brighton Club, had a record round of 61 yesterday, on his home course, which is a par of 65. He was out in 32 (par 33) and returned ...

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  7. BASEBALL.

    The leader of the major league baseball competition. Mosman, was beaten by Goodyear, Petersham-Le[?]chhard[?], which beat University, is now in the lead. Waverley narrowly beat St. George. ...

    Article : 684 words
  8. WRESTLING.

    paul boesch and Roland Kirchmeyer will meet in an eight rounds wrestling contest at the Rushcutter Bay Stadium to-night. HANSEN AND McGUINNESS ...

    Article : 111 words
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  10. CYCLING.

    Marrickville and Petersham clubs gave their premiership teams a try-out in Saturday's club races, placing the nine men in euch team on scratch in handicaps. In Marrickville's 37½ miles, ...

    Article : 971 words
  11. Family Notices

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  12. MEN'S HOCKEY.

    Beating Gord[?] [?] 4 goals to 3 on Saturday, the University hockey team moved into third position in the first grade competition of the Metropolitan Hockey Association. The team was ne[?] ...

    Article : 452 words
  13. RIFLE SHOOTING.

    The scoring in the rifle club events at A[?]za[?] Range, Liverpool, on Saturday was generally below average. W. W. Pe[?]rew (Robert Burns club) was an exception, scoring possibles in both stages ...

    Article : 389 words
  14. ASSOCIATES' GOLF.

    BAYVIEW.—Scaled nine notes: Mrs. R. Harr[?], 42—13, 2[?]; Mrs. Parkinson 42—12, 30; Mrs. E. W. Hall, 39—[?], 31. [?]ura,—Stroke: Miss Meares. 72—10, [?]2 ...

    Article : 141 words
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