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SUMMARY.

SUMMARY.

3liss 'Kathleen Wilmot, whose father, Sir Robert Wilmot, controls the Hawthorn Rill meeting, rode down to watch the starting. While she was at the post for the Forest Soiling Hurdle Itace her restive mount crossed his legs and fell, with the result that Miss Wilm ot ' s leg was
12 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
At the Hall Stud. Borough Green. Newmarket. Stud Orogen. 1t liumphs.r. Telegrams.. BrissUM Station: DulHugh= (two mileo. rpiDAL WAVE. a

At the Hall Stud. Borough Green. Newmarket. Stud Orogen. 1t liumphs.r. Telegrams.. BrissUM Station: DulHugh= (two mileo. rpiDAL WAVE. a

bar horse by Wavelet's l J. Blida out. of Toltoith. by Ga:ouzo out of ft-former. by Orme. K.B.—This amooget many races. wee the Gold Vase at Ascot. beating Jackdaw in a canter by four lengths at weight for age. who three days fitter easily too the Mewatutra Plate . At the roomed
12 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
THOMAS HENRY DEY,

THOMAS HENRY DEY,

TURF ACCOUNTANT, 40, OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, W. Business will be conducted as usual whenever and wherever racing takes place. Sportsmen are invited to apply for a copy of the World-famed "LITTLE RED BOOS." THOMAS HENRY DEY Ls to be seen personally in Tattersall's at all the pri
23 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
KETTLEDRUM.

KETTLEDRUM.

•CLIFDEN'S SUCCESTED DOUBLE. THE NAB A RCN! ESTOW N.
23 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
TWOROUCIISREDS FOR SALE.

TWOROUCIISREDS FOR SALE.

SISASPIDAL, as a Stallion. For Sale. flo:di Board of Agriculture Ceetiloaae. Raft by Orum. by Orison& out of Float. of lootaibtl. F:otliat the dam of gam the demo! LaJy Lightfoot, the darn of Prior., Wow, Da/saspidars dam—Merry Chiok—ai by Pere (winner the Handicap 1 the champio
25 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
SCOTTISH SPORT.

SCOTTISH SPORT.

CELTIC. ;,/undee to Beard the League Lions , at Parkhead. The principle of "ono down, ember come on" is holding good iu the game in Scotland and i; keeping interest alive. The .Ceitic are preaumptive champions of tho Scottish League, and it is not presumption to elevate them int
25 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
FOOTBALL. FREE COMPETITION!

FOOTBALL. FREE COMPETITION!

In with "ATHLETIC NEWS" and .UMPIRE."
21 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
Quarters.

Quarters.

A cold, damp morning. ON THE BURY SIDE. Captain DHWHUREI"S Coup de. Main and Zuidsr Zec galloped six furlongs at a nice pace on the Water Hall; Polyphonii Uolgar, Aidvreck. Comae. All Serene, and Pomace came steadily the same distance. tiURRY'S Gunning. Sybarite, and Fibs.' quin
21 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
ruE Athletic Pew EVERY MONDAY . . ONE PENNY. All Newsagents ana Bookstalls

ruE Athletic Pew EVERY MONDAY . . ONE PENNY. All Newsagents ana Bookstalls

21 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England
 
About the Goal*.

About the Goal*.

Thirty -revert miputcs bad clever) before Burnley drew blood. Kelly, who was always a dangerous raider, forced a corner kick off Brennan. and :his beinirbeautifully placed, Hodgson hooked the ball into the net from the'inside right position. Fatarcely had the gamo been restarted
21 February 1916 - Sporting Chronicle - Manchester, Lancashire, England