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SPORTING ITEMS. I

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SPORTING ITEMS. I Russley is now trained by James Ryan, at I Green Lodge, Newmarket. Archer will, as he told a St Louis reporter, ride Melton for the Derby. Dalmeny, who has recently been added to the list," figures amongst the City and Suburban entries. Fulmen has not been entered for the City and Suburban, but he is to be found amongst the entries for a T. Y.C. race at Ascot. We learn from America that Plunger" Wal- ton is going to take up his residence at St. Louis, and says he has done with the turf for ever. Mr E. Gebhard, who has hitherto raced in America, has entered Eole and St. Saviour (brother to Eole) in the Gold Cup and Alexandra Plate at Ascot. Stakes are not the great end and object of racing, or it would appear that Geheimniss was not well placed in running races of an average J3500 in these days of great prizes. The proposed Billiard Championship tourna- ment will not take place. Roberts, Cook, Peall, Mitchell, and J. Bennett, who would have the best chances oi winning, will not compete. Middlesex plays Yorkshire, under Rugby rules, at Dewsbury, on February 9. Queen's Park can- not get a team together to play Notts to-day while Norfolk v. Cambridgeshire stands post- poned until the Ides of March. The South London Harriers have decided to hold a fifty miles race, open to all bona fide amateurs, at Balham Grounds, on Saturday, April 11. A special prize will be given if record is beaten. Firminger and other noted stayers are I, already getting fit. Lucy Ashton, who won the Brocklesby Stakes at Lincoln last spring, and subsequently split her pastern whilst running in the Acorn Stakes at Epsom, appears to have got on all right again, as she has been entered for the All-aged Stakes at Ascot, a race usually contested by the best speed of the day.. Despite the lameness which Cosmos and .biue Grass suffered from last summer, both have been Grass suffered from last summer, both have been en.ered for the Cup and Alexandra Plate at Ascot, also the Metropolitan at Epsom. We also find Blue Grass in the City and Suburban, the worst course that could be cnosen for a nor>e wuh doubtful forelegs. It has been decided that the building on the Thames Embankment, which has be-a specially erected by the Stanley C.C. for the cycling exhibition, and is to be known as the Wheeleries," shall not be opened till W eanes- day, the 28th inst., instead of the 26th, remaining open proportionately longer. Charles Archer is selling off most of his hordes, the names of Dog Fox and Peace having oeen added to those horses advertised to be old Albert Gate on the 26th inst. Abbotsford, who is the property of Lord Ellesinere, will be sold at the same time. The sale possesses a significance, for it would appear that the Jockey Club havenot yet granted a licence to Charles Archer to train on their grounds.

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