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For 1907. Edited by H. WALROND, Archery Correspondent of the "The 'Archer's Ilegi,ter . makes Its reappearance this year with ninny impro‘ements. In fact, the editor Is to be congintu!ated mitus the admirable way In which he has compiled this useful work. Toxophllites will And t
LAWN TENNIS HANDBOOK,I9OI Dates of Tournamenta, 1907. . '•MI,•-. ltukn of the Lann.Tentua Amomation. Lon% of the Game. of Coon.. Knotty Points. Itegulations for the Management of Lawn Tennis trim Meetings. he.
NEW G.C. Tut Trayner cup was played for on Saturday by a field of over forty a Bogey , score La of (40 oat and 41 in). The day found that rising young Ednburgh and rgo golfer. J. M. Hunter (1), in fine form, sift). round in 78, ho finished 4 np. so easily won tfie trophy. The vet
GEOIJSE DISEASE.' Tnts is a Very disappointing hook. and we are hound to say that the aty racily,. title and the opening words on the first pace raised ext emotions which have been rea ised. Mr Peacock writes: far as they go, these tee are my own. i.e.. no other person Is In any
Timms was an agreeable relief when it was found that the rain which tb.zeatemxl (luring the earlier part of the day dui not fall in the afternoon of Saturday last, although after the recent deluge the ground was very soft at Two Gates, where this annual show was held. The judges
Finish. Yacht. Owner. N. N. a. Bunnie (winner) Mr C. Brett 1 51 Lady Jim Start, 12.20 p.m. Bunnie, steered by Miss E. Hughee, was away with the lead, and to windward, and she finished the first round with a lend of 2min. awe., but In the final round Lady Jim reduced this to lrni
Trot tour now bolts belonging to this club acaln tried conclusions nn Jane 8. Tito wind was from tbo S.S.W., stmng and me , tr. Cllona, Dairdro. and linen-dhu all had rook tucked in, whlle Grammile attempod whole sail. which completely overpowered her In the thresh to windward.