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LAWN TENNIS

C GRADE. Taieri, 8 nets (82 games), defeated Roslyn, 6 acts (73 games). Pott Chalmers, 13 sets (113 games); North-east Valley, one set (41 games). Arthur Street No. 1, 9 sets (91 games); Anderson. Bay, 5 sets (65 games). Kaikorai, il sets (lu7 games) j Hanover, 3 sots (79 games). Ravcnsbourne defeated Caversham. NEW ZEALAND CHAMPIONSHIPS. At Carishrook during the Christmas and New Year holidays, all the champions, with the exception of Miss Steele in the Combined. Doubles, will defend their titles. Mr Potherick will have control of the meeting, which will commence on Wednesday, tho 30th inst., and continue until Saturday. January 2. Following are the entries : Ladies: Miss It. Bagloy (Otago), Miss E. M. Baird (Hawkers Bay), Mrs Ballantyne (Canterbury), Miss K. Black (Otago). Miss A. L. Brewster (Taranaki), Miss I*. Campbell (Otago), Miss J. Cook (Otago), Miss P. Cramond (Otago), Miss A. J. Duthio (Otago), Miss M. Ensor (Canterbury), Miss A. Gray (Auckland), Miss R. Hughes (Wellington), Miss E. Jackson (Otago), Mrs I. Nagle (Wellington), Miss M. 11, White (Otago). Gentlemen : A. Borrows (Canterbury), W. A. Bray (Otago), R. S. Brown (Otago), S. N. Brown, jun. (Otago), C. J. Dickie (Taranaki), H. Fathers (Wellington), William Goss (Canterbury), A. E., Harraway (Otago), L. S. Jennings (Otago), G. <G. M'Dougall (Otago), J. C. Nicholson (Taranaki), G. Ollivier (Canterbury), W. Pearso (Canterbury), G. D. Seay (Canterbury), A. G. Wallace (Taranaki), F. S. Wilding (Canterbury), E. A. Wilkie (Otago).

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LAWN TENNIS, Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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LAWN TENNIS Evening Star, Issue 15681, 21 December 1914

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