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LAWN TENNIS.

• VTANCANn TOURNAMENT. (By Telegraph.- -I'ress Association.) VVANGANfI. Friday. The Wanganui Tennis Association's tour. ciuueiii was euuinieneed tu-duy. the resul'is f. .hue being: Men's Chnuipionship Singles: J. E Mar shall beat s. Powdreil. ti- :i. fi—4; VV. Thomson he : ir A. McCarthy. 6—n, 6-1; A. I'owdrell heat A. .1. Mi-Caul, It—4, B--1; |H. Synionds beat <•■ I'ownall. 6—2 o—2; \A. Powdreil beat W. Thomson. I—6. 0 1. • 6—2. Men's Championship Doubles: I'owdrell Bros, beat Lumper and Craig, L"dies' Championship Singles: Miss Powdreil heat Miss Thomson. '.) —1. Combined Championship Doubles: W. 11. Swalnson aud Miss Brewster beat Powell aud Miss Thomson. 9—,Tr OTAGO TOURNAMENT. (By Telegraph.—Press Association.) DfNEDIN. Friday. The O'tago Lawn Tenuis Association's Easter tournament opened to-day. Tin weather was dull and threatening, but rail held off until about a.So. when" a showei interrupted play for half an hmir. Mon than ordinary Interest was r.ikeu iv tin tournament, owing to the presence of Wild ing and other Northern players oompetiug. Folowing are the results of the champion ship events played to-day:— 1 Men's Sinslcs: K. S. Il'rown hear Pearse 6—4 6—11; C. J. Ilratthwaiio beat It. C i Moore. 6—l. 11-J: Dr. Marks bear E. II I ('aider. C—o. C—U: rtovd beat Jcfferv 6- 2 ! 3—6, 6—l: Sluclnlr beat It. Xnrrle. 6-u : 6—l: Ilarraway beat Dr. Moore, c, - l 6—<J; S. N. Drown beat .1. Norrie 6 — 2 ' 15—2 i Best beat McDougall. 4—6. sic. 6-3: W | Pearse beat Dr. McAra. 6—o. 6— 2; Bauch>| j heat McGeever. 6—4. 6—11; Snlmond bea I Slse. 6—o, 6—2: Bray beat Navlor ft—o i 6—o; A. F. Wiidlug beat A. (aider. 6—v 0—1: Taylor beat F. Wilding, by default OHivier beat Stewart by default. Seconc ; round—Eraithwaite beat Dr. Marks, C— 2 6—4. Men's Doubles: Brown Bros, beat and Bunten, b* —2, 6--0; Salmond aud Hat i rawny bent Sisc nnd Jones. 6—o. 6—l Wilding and Wiiding beat Stewart and Mc Ara, 6—o, 6—l: Calder and Calder bea R. Pearse and F.ending. o—6. 6—-t. 6—l Ol'ivier and Marks beat McDougall am Br.vd. 6—3, 6—4. DUXEDIX, this day. In the Ladies- Singles Championship firs round, Mrs. Marks beat Miss A. Stevenson o—s,0 —5, and Miss J. Cook beat Mrs. M'Cara o—s.

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LAWN TENNIS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 85, 10 April 1909

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