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THE FIELD, THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN'S NEWSPAPER. Vol. 107.—May 26, 1906. II the fourth rotund tens nntewortity for linklies. the fifth was even morr so. Never. Purely, since the championship contest Inaugurated has there been such a remarkable series of matches. Out of a total of ei
VARDON V. H. TAYLOR. IL of South Hate, showed a complete return to form On Thursday, when, in a thirty-s;: holes match round the East Berkshire Club's course [which, thanks largely to the euterinlie of Dr Armstrong, the medical officer, has been laid out on 100 acres of land adjo
ponies Hurlingham hit through from a scrimmage close in goal, and then Mr Emmet gave the club a further lead. In the next stage Mr Wilson scored for Colchester with a clever stroke. for following up a rebound off his stick, he reached the ball before Mr Emmet could set his pony