For Sale are the Following six Articles taken from "The Bystander, 1907," called "Games & Pastimes."
1- April 10th, 1907.- a- Apropos des Balles. b- Lacrosse : The Iroquois Cup. c- "How Happy Could I Be with Either" (Mr. Ernest Lehmann) d- An Unbeaten Soccer Team. (The Casuals).
2- April 24th, 1907.- a- A Correction. b- The Tennis Championship. (Queen's). c- Lawn Tennis a Clean Sweep at Queen's. d- The Singles. (Queen's). e- Wilding- The Ladies Singles.
3- May 1st, 1907.- a- Farewell to Footer. (The End of the Football Season). b- Found at Last. (What causes Tennis Elbow). c- To Play or Not to Play. (Wether you owe a Duty to support your Country or not). d- Do Golf and Lawn Tennis Harmonise ?
4- May 22nd, 1907.- a- The Weisbaden Lawn Tennis Tournament. By A. F. Wilding. b- The Tournament Season Begins. (Tennis). c- The Venue of the 'Varsity' Match. (Tennis). d- Playing to Empty Benches. (Tennis). e- The Importance of 'Varsity' Tennis. f- Motors Maritime.
5- June 5th, 1907.- a- Lawn Tennis. Rain Spoils Sport at Chiswick and Leicester. b- Yachting. The First Class : Great Expectations. c- Yachting Good Sport in the 15-metre Class.
6- June 19th, 1907.- a- Lawn Tennis. A Triumphant Trio. b- Lawn Tennis. A Bad Look Out for England. c- Rowing. A Teutonic Invasion. d- Rowing. Henley Extorsions. e- Rowing. The May Races. f- Rowing. Third Trinity.