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WH!T-TUESDAY SPORTS. I RECORD ENTR!ES. I Therc!are record entnes for the too:; events at j the Whit-Tuesday sports which are being run by the Abergavenny Attractions and Improvement Association. They total no less tlian 35, which is very encouraging to the Association and fully justines them in their deciding to run professional sports. The official handicapper, Mr. Ted Lewis, of Pont) pridd. \\ho is one of the greatest authori- ties in sport in South Wales, in a letter to the Secretary, says the entries are truly very good. An excellent afternoon's sport is assured, as the competitors come from all over 8cuth Wales and adjoining English counties and many of them are wellknown on the sprint track.

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