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LAWN TENNIS, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
) — r —» ’ VICTORIAN CHAAIPIONSHIFS. At Aid bourne or. Saturday a beginning w;ia made with tho Australian and Yic- - torian Championship Aleeting. In tho Men’s Singles O'Hara Wood (Vio- ' toria) beat Patterson (Victoria), 6-4, 6-3, ’ 5-7, 6-1. In the Doubles Campbell and ' Patterson (Victoria) heat Heath and ’ O'Hara Wood (Victoria), 7-5, 3-6, 6-2, 6-5. 1 In the Ladies’ Singles Championship of I Victoria Aliss Stewait beat Alisa Schle- : singer, 6-0, 6-4 In. the Doubles Aliases 1 Stewart and Westmoreland beat Misses Gy ton and Levan, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5. I.OCAL AIATCHES. A Ghade. ! —Kaituna v. St. Kilda.— i These clubs met at Kaituna. Tho homo . teams (whose names appear first in the list below) won by 11 sets to 3. Scores: Men's Doubles. —’Bray and Wilkie 9, Simpson and Hart 3; Oxford and Nlcolton 9, Tregear and Rofceitsou 7. Ladies’ Doubles.—ALsscs ATarka and White 6, Alisses Faulks and Hodges 5; Aliases Alurray and Black 6, Alisses L. and E. Smith 2. Men's Singles.—Bray 9, Simpson 5; Wilkie 9, Hart 7; Oxford' 3, Tregear 9; Nicolson 9, Robertson 5. Ladies’ Singles,—Aliss Alarks 6, Aliss Faulks 0; Alias White 6, Alise Hodges 2. Combined Doubles. —Bray and Aliss White 9, Simpson and Aliss Faulks 3; Wilkie and Alias Alarks 8, Hart and Albs Hodges 9; Oxford and Aliss Black 9, Tregear and Aliss L. Smith 5; Nicokon and Aliss Alurray 7, Robertson and Miss E. 'Smith 9. Totals: Kaituna, 11 sets (105 games); St. Kilda, 3 sets (71 games). —Balmacewen v. Aloana.— This match, played at Aloana, resulted in a win for Balmacewen by 11 sets to 5. Scores (Balmacewen namee being given first): — Alen'a Doubles.—K. S. Brown and Al'KeiTow 9, G. and A. Nicolson 7; S. N. Brown and Cramond S, Harraway and Lewis 5. Ladies’ Doubles.—•Mieses Cramond and Fletcher 4. Aliases Campbell and Bagley 6; Airs We 11sted and Aliss Turner 5, Alisses Stevens and Wood 6. Men’s Singles.—R. S. Brown 9, A. E. Hanaway4; S. N. Bio\vn9, A Nicholson 2; Al’Kerrow 9, G. Nicholson 2; Cramond 9, Lewis 7. Ladies’ Singles.—Aliss Cramond 1, Alise Campbell 6; Aliss Fletcher 6, Alise Bagley 8. Combined Doubles.—Misa Cramond and R. S. Brown 9, Aiks Campbell and Harraway 6 ; Miss Turner and ,S. N. Brown 9, Alisa Stevens and A. Nichokon 4; Aliss Fletcher and A. M'Kcnow 9, Mies Bagley and G. Nicholson 6; Airs Wellstcd and Cramond 9, Miss Wood and Lewis 2. Totals: Balmacewen, 11 sets (106 games); Aloana, 3 sets (67 games). —Anderson Bay v. University.— Playing one man short, University were .defeated by eight sets to six. In the scores appended the names of Anderson Bay players are placed first: Men’s Double*. —Alcek and Fenwick 9, Partridge and Ivory 5 ; Walker and Hill won by default. Ladies' Doubles. —Aliss Al'Caw and Whyte 5, Misses Hart and Barrie 6; Misses D. Duthio and Small 1, Alisses Onsrley and Wocdhouse 6. Men’s Singles.—Aleck 7, Partridge 9; Fenwick 3, Ivory 9; Walker 9, Woods 1; Hill won by default. Ladies’ Singles.—‘Alisa Whyte 2, Alias Hart 6; Mies Al'Caw 6, Alisa Woodhouso 2. Combined Doubles—Alcek and Miss M’Caw 2, Partridge and Aliss Hart 9; Fenwick and Alias Whyte 9, Ivory a .d Aliss Woodhruse 8; Walker and A!:ss D. Duthie 9, Woods and Miss Borrie 3j Hill and Aliss Small won by default. Totals: Anderson Bay, 8 acts (89 games); University, 6 sets (61 games). B Grade. Hauraro, 87 sets (94 games) defeated Kaituna, 6 sets (85 game?). Moanu, 10 sets (105 games); Balmaceweh, 4 eehs (76 games). North-east Valley. 9 side (104 games); Cosy Dell, 6 seta (67 games). Aloana No. 2, 87 sets (93 games); Anderson Bav, 6 sets (79 games). Roalyi. lO seta (99 games); St. Kilda, 4 sets (79 games). Kaikorai, 0 sets (100 games); Caveraham, 5 aeta (74 games).
LAWN TENNIS, Issue 15663, 30 November 1914
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