at &gold on May 26. The home wide won by 71 points to 21. Their names are Oven. : N. other 1. Ord Hums 1; Allan Giorrre 1, 11. J. Fisher 0; E. V. Kc liner 1. Quillyow 1: Duncan Earner 1. K. Hammond 11. M. stack 1, I'. V. Fisher Rowe 1; F. B. Welch IL Edgar Hums 0; Granville Conl
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merely superior size. The definition of an ideal rating rule, the lecturer explained, was one which would simply measure size, without fear or favour, in order that, the element of size being eliminated, either by classification or time allowance, the yachts which win shall be t