The tracks are presented in mostly in film order with alternates grouped at the end. However "No. 9" is clearly an alternate for "Red Flowers" and ought to be with the others. I've no idea what the title No. 9 refers to - perhaps it was slated as M9 or the ninth cue recorded? Hard to know.
According to Bill Wrobel's Score Rundown on Marnie
"The Bowl" consists of two cues (No. 8 and No. 9) so that "No. 9" is clearly the second portion of "The Bowl," and not an alternate for "Red Flowers." Stylotone's release fades out cue No. 8 to keep it as a separate cue (which is dumb), not aware that No. 9 is the continuation of "The Bowl." [Thank God that they didn't split their second track ("Marnie") in its two respective cues (No. 2 and No. 3)!]
Joel McNeely's Varese recording of Marnie correctly renders "The Bowl" as a composite of cues No. 8 and No. 9.