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MISCELLANEOUS.
CLYDESDALE CEIOKET CLUB.
Instituted 1848.
GROUND — TITWOOD PAKK, POLLOKSHAWS ROAD.
Earl of Glasgow, patron ; J. C. Wakefield, Esq., of
Eastwood, president ; R. F. Graham, Esq , vice-presi-
dent; general committee, John Stuart, Arch. Camp-
bell, R. K. Webster, A. Mackay, and A. MacGrnthar ;
hon. treasurer, D. Sinclair, G2 Waterloo St., east; hon.
secretary, A. MacGruthar, 16-i St. Vincent Street.
GLASGOW ALEXANDRA ATHLETIC CLUB.
Instituted 1873.
GKOUNDS — KENNTIIILL, CUMBERNAULD ROAD.
Patrons — The Right Hon. the Earl of Glasgow,
Colonel Buchanan of Drumpellier, Major Clark, Den-
nistoun ; Major Ferguson, Sandyford ; John Clark,
Esq., Dennistoun ; Alexander M'Casland, Esq., Gart-
craig; William M'Elroy, Esq., Bothwell; honorary
president, James M'Casland, Esq.; president, Thos.
Cross; vice-president, Simon Hyslop; hon. secretary,
Robt. Hardie, 17 James Street, Mile-end; hon. trea-
surer, R. J. Long; directors, Robert Eeid, David
Graham, Wm. M'William, Wm. Laing, J. Graham,
Wm. Dick, Alexander M'Vicar ; auditors, Wm. Roy,
James Wagborn; captain, Neil C. M'Donald; vice-
captain, Lockhart Baird.
Annual subscription, XI Is. ; hon. members, £1 Is.
GLASGOW CHESS CLUB.
7 ROYAL BANK PLACE.
Honorary president, George Macfarlane, C.A. ;
president, Sheriff Spans; vice-presidents, W. W. Mit-
chell and J. R. Duguid ; directors, Messrs. Scott.
Steegman, Bash, Marshall, Campbell, and Crum. A.
Berwick, treasurer ; Archd. K. Murray, secretary, 243
Parliamentary Road.
CALEDONIAN CRICKET CLUB.
Instituted 1852.
GROUND^KELVIN BRIDGE, GX. WESTERN ROAD.
President, H. E. Crum Ewing, jun. ; honorary
secretary, J. M. Johnston, 10 Hamilton Drive, Hill-
head ; honorary treasurer, D. Monro ; general com-
mittee, T. W. Orr, W. D. Strachan, A. Whiison, G.
P. Ewing, Jas. A. Allan ; match committee, A. Watt,
A. Porteous, T. C. Gartly ; match secretary, A. Watt,
44 Dalhonsie street.
WEST OF SCOTLAND CRICKET CLUB.
GROUND — HAMILTON CRESCENT, PARTICK.
President, Col. D. C. R. C. Buchanan of Drum-
pellier ; vice-president, James Lilburn, Esq.; commit-
tee, Mes,sr3. J. M'Neill,G. B. M'Clm-e, G. Hunter,
J. P. Tennant, J. H. Miller, A. J. M'Geoch ; hon.
treasurer, W. M'Kissock, Clydesdale Bank, St. Via-
cent Place ; hon. secretary, A. W. Evans, 19 West
Howard Street. Annual subscription, playing mem-
bers, £2 2s.; hon. members, £i Is.
CLYDESDALE AMATEUR ROWING CLUB.
BOATHOUSE — YORK STREET, LITTLE GOVAN.
President, Robert Dalglish, jun., Esq.; vice-presi-
dents, James H. Roger and J. G. Inglis; committee,
W. Binnie, W. Nicol, and J. T. M'Guffie; captain,
Thos. Ure ; flag captain, John S. Arthur ; club mas-
ter, George Geddes; hon. treasurer, W. Hood, jun.,
72 George Square; hon. secretary, Colin Gardner,
1 Hanover Street.
GLASGOW LETTERPRESS-PRINTERS'
ROWING CLUB.
President, Peter Orr; vice-president, J. M'Intosh;
captain, S. Moore; vice-captain, William AValker;
treasurer, J. Campbell, 20 St. James' st., Kingston;
secretary, Samuel Tees, 1 South Stirling Street;
committee, Messrs. Walker, Murdoch, Mair, M'Ghie,
Riddell, Kay, and M'Gregor. Entrance fees, IO5. 6cl.
and 7s. 61:?.
HUTCHESONTOWN GARDENS,
VICTORIA ROAD, CROSSIIILL.
President, Andrew Wilkie ; vice-president, M. C.
M'Gibbon ; treasurer, John Bryce, 80 Jamaica St. ;
secretary, Robt. Hamilton, G2 Camden Street ; com-
mittee, Messrs. T. Stobo, W. L. M'Gibbon, Wm.
Stewart, J. M'Lachlan, J. Lyall, J. Lawson, Andw.
Wishart, and G. Young.
WELLCROFT BOWLING CLUB.
Queen's Park.
This club was established in Januaiy, 1835, and
the bowling green formed on part of the lands of
Wellcroft, situated in Surrey Street, Laurieston.
In 1851 the club removed and formed two beautiful
greens, with a curling pond, near the head of Eglinton
Street, on ground obtained from the Royal Incorpora-
tion of Hutcheson's Hospital. From this site the club
have now (1876) been under the necessity of removing
to a more eligible site at the north-west corner of the
Queen's Park, where two spacious greens have been
laid out, a neat and commodious bowl house erected,
and the ground tastefully laid out so as to form a
most agreeable and ornamental adjunct to the locality.
Membership limited to 170. Present membership
(April, 1876), 102. Entry-money, £1 lO.s. Annual
subscription, £1 10s.
Office-bearers for 1876-77: — President, Robert
Easton; vice-president, John Neilson, jun.; secre-
tary, Jas. Smith ; treasurer, Robt. Cairns ; ordinary
directors, William Caldwell, Andrew MacKinnon,
Robert Robertson, Alexander M'Downll ; champion,
Daniel Stewart.

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