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St. Leger, and now the race, which at one time looked like providing the most interesting contest of the year, appears likely to be a match between the winners of the Derby and Oaks. Ajax, it appears, fell when at exercise on Monday last, and having injured the muscles of his ba
W. R. Roe and Miss E. M. Cox beat K. B. Anderson and Miss B. Jackson. 6/2. 6/4 C. 11. Ridding and 3liss C. M. Wilson a bye; G. E. Eared and Mrs tarred retired The remaining pairs had byes. sECOND ROUND. G. Dudley Driver and Mrs Driver beat, U. L. Mayo and Miss Anderson, 6/2 6/0
rTHIAI YACHT CLUB. AUO. 20. Tuts club wound up its season with a series of seven matches on the usual lines. The racing conditions were an improvement on three which had prevailed over the tiourock courses on the previous day. but they still left a great deal to be desired. Brig