THE INTER-COLLEGE GAMES.
CHRISTCHURCH, Ist April. The inter-Collegiate tennis championships finished to-day in fine, dull weather. An easterly breeze freshening in the afternoon rather hampered the players. Following are the -eßults: — Men's Singles.— Final— Wilding (Canterbury) beat Rice (Canterbury), 6—4, 6—2. Men's Doubles. — Final— Wilding and Cox (Canterbury) beat Rice and Scott (Canterbury), 6—l, 6—l.6 — 1. Ladies' Singles. — Thifd round — Mrs. Longton (Victoria) beat Miss Van Stoveren (Victoria) by defaalfc. Final— Mrs. Longton beat Miss M*Caskill (Canterbury), 10—8. Ladies' Doubles. — Final— Mrs. Longton and Miss Van Staveren (Victoria) beat Misses Crump and Brassey (Otago), 9—5.9 — 5. Combined Doubles.— Final— Miss Livingstone and Wilding (Canterbury) beat Miss Ross and Graham (Victoria), 6—3, 6—o. Final score^ — Canterbury, 14 points ; Wellington, 7 ; Otago and Auckland, nil.
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THE INTER-COLLEGE GAMES., Evening Post, Volume LXIII, Issue 78, 2 April 1902
THE INTER-COLLEGE GAMES. Evening Post, Volume LXIII, Issue 78, 2 April 1902
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