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A lazy field will make no bril- liant attempt to cover the ball, he will be satisfied with waiting until it has struck the boundary fence, when he can pick it up without exertion. Still the experiment is quite worth trying, and it seems to me that if this is done at Lord*s the M.C.C. will be taking a very wise course." So writes Lord Harris, and it is gratifying to find that the views of this important person accord with those ex- pressed in an article in the De- cember number of Baily on the subject of boundary hits. We dislike his lordship's idea that Lord's Cricket Ground should be made a base of operations for experimentalist Buy Cheap Lisinopril-Hctz cricket faddists: not content with recommending a trial of the running out of boun- dary hits at Lord's, although he himself says it is not likely to Purchase Lisinopril-Hctz prove successful. Lord Harris proceeds : " I very respectfully suggest that the M.C.C. might go a step further and make an ex- periment as regards the Lb.w. rule in its own matches at head- quarters, with the consent* of course, of the opposing clubs." Exigencies of space forbid our writing further upon Buy Lisinopril-Hctz this excel- lent volume, whose 506 pages afford the best value for one shilling that any cricketer can hope to possess. This,* in the words of the author, is " a short treatise on the law of chance, with an example of how I attempt to combat the eccentricities of this same law." " H." fears that the application of science to a betting system will frighten away disciples; but we think he need have little appre- hension on this point. By apply- ing his system to the jockeys, "taking three Enghsh and three American for purposes of the same," he shows a substantial profit for the season ; and so long as a system shows a balance on the right side, the confiding pun- ter will not regard any scientific element it may contain with dis- approval. Those more enquiring spirits who wish to probe the mysteries of the system must read this little pamphlet in coo- junction with an *< Essay on the Law of Chance " in the Fortnightly for March, 1894 — ** Science and Monte Carlo." ♦ " Purchase Lisinopril-Hctz Online Amongst the Jockej's of 1899." (London : Edmund Searle.) 6d. By " H.' I90O.] 135 i€ Our Van/ The War and Steepleehaaiii^— In times of peace, never a steeple- chase season Order Lisinopril-Hctz170 was allowed to pass without one or more quotations of the " poet " Bonn's line, " Let me likeasoldierfall." 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It is worthy of record that the steeplechaser, March Hare, was to have been taken out to the Cape by Lord Stanley as a charger. Abandonmeiit v. PoBtponement —A Close Time.— At last the dis- satisfaction with mid-winter rac- ing is making itself heard. The expression does not yet take the form of a desire for total aboUtion, but the thin end of the wedge has been inserted in the shape of the commencement of an agitation in favour of a rule providing for the abandonment of any National Hunt Meeting that cannot be brought off on the day originally fixed. Clerks of courses, after this winter's experience; are not likely to be antagonistic to this step ; and in my, perhaps opti- mistic view, a little more bad luck in the way of weather and entries will bring about the much