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LAWN TENNIS

XEW ZKADAXD ASSOCIATION’. At tno amind nnmtinsr ~f Zealand Lawn In unis Association held at Wellington last nicht £7B was voted as a donation to die Dominion fund for the relief of distress amom; the people in the Dominion ns a result or the war. The following; ofhee-bearers were elected-—Patron, the Governor: president. Mr T. Begg (Otago): vice-president?-—Messrs W. 11. Holmes (Auckland), H. W. Giesen (Danne-virl-el A. Borrows (Canterbury), John Carroll (Marlborouirh), H. C. Tennant (Auckland), C. C. Hutton (Wanganui), H At. Goro (Wellington), Dr H. B. Leathani (Taranaki), Dr Teichelman; vice-president of the Australian Association. Mr T. Begs; delegates to the Australian Association—Messrs V. H. Baxter, H. Y. Brandon, 0. T. Metcalf, A E- Wotherby: delegate to British Association, Mr G. AV. Hill (Londqn); Management Committee—Messrs P. White-Parsons (Canterbury), M. E. Dennison (Taranaki), Barry Keesing (Auckland), J. (?. Grady (Hawse's Murray, H. M. Gore, ana A. G Henderson (Wellington); repre-seT-tatives to Olvmpic Council. Messrs H. M. Cip red R. Keesing; bon. auditor. Mr R. N. C. Swanson ; secretary and treasurer. Mr A. J. Petherjck. The question of the election of six members to represent the New Zealand Appeal Committee was left in the

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LAWN TENNIS, Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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LAWN TENNIS Issue 15638, 31 October 1914

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