Otago Daily Times

Davis Cup book­ings heavy

- Sports · Tennis · Davis Cup

The open­ing and book­ing for the sea­son tick­ets for Davis Cup seats in Auck­land was marked by en­thu­si­asm prob­a­bly un­equalled in the do­min­ion. The queue started form­ing at 11pm on Sun­day night, and by 3am on Mon­day sev­eral had as­sem­bled. In the first week the tak­ings for sea­son tick­ets equalled that for the com­plete pe­riod of the last Davis Cup con­test. It is pro­posed shortly to dis­play a plan of the courts in this city, en­abling hold­ers of tick­ets to as­cer­tain the po­si­tion of seats booked. — ODT, 12.11.1920.

 ?? COPIES OF PIC­TURE AVAIL­ABLE FROM ODT FRONT OF­FICE, LOWER STU­ART ST, OR WWW.OTAGOIMAGE­S.CO.NZ ?? The aero­plane af­ter the crash on the New Ply­mouth race­course, which re­sulted in the deaths of pi­lot Cap­tain Richard Rus­sell, who held the Dis­tin­guished Fly­ing Cross and French Croix de Guerre medals, Mayor of New Ply­mouth James Clark and Miss Warnock. — Otago Wit­ness, 30.11.1920.
COPIES OF PIC­TURE AVAIL­ABLE FROM ODT FRONT OF­FICE, LOWER STU­ART ST, OR WWW.OTAGOIMAGE­S.CO.NZ The aero­plane af­ter the crash on the New Ply­mouth race­course, which re­sulted in the deaths of pi­lot Cap­tain Richard Rus­sell, who held the Dis­tin­guished Fly­ing Cross and French Croix de Guerre medals, Mayor of New Ply­mouth James Clark and Miss Warnock. — Otago Wit­ness, 30.11.1920.

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