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' Tlie following is the draw for the New Zealand championship tennis tournament to be held at Carisbrook next week:—

Men’s Singles.—First round : W. Pearse plays F. S. Wilding. Second round: W. A. Bray plays R. A. Wilkie, Wm. Goss plays R. S. Brown, J. S. Nicholson plays G. Ollivier, G. G. M'Dougall plays winner first round, A. Borrows plays A. G. Wallace, A. E. Harraway plays H. Fathers, C. Dickie plays S. N. Brown, jun., G. D. Seay plays L. S. Jennings. Ladies’ Doubles.—First round : Misses M. R. White and K. Black play Misses J. Cook and E. Jackson. Second round: Misses F. Campbell and A. L. Brewster play winners of first round, Mrs I. Nagle and Miss R. Hughes play Misses A. Gray and E. M. Baird.

Ladies’ Singles.—First round: Miss F. Campbell plays Miss A. J. Duthie, Miss E. Jackson plays Miss R. Hughes, Miss K. Black plays Miss A. L. Brewster, Miss M. Ensbr plays Mrs I. Nagle. Second round: Miss R. Bagiev plays Miss E. M. Baird, Miss J. Cook plays Miss A. Gray. Men’s Doubles.—First round j R. S. and S. N. Brown play A. G. Wallace and C. J. Dickie, W. A. Bray and R. A. Wilkie play J. S. Nicholson and L. S. Jennings. A. E. Harraway and G. G. M'Dougall play G. D. Seay , and A. Borrows, W. Pearse and Wm. Goss play G. Ollivier and F. S. Wilding. Combined Doubles.—First round : Miss E. M. Baird and W. Goss play Miss P. Cramond and R. 8. Brown. Second

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LAWN TENNIS, Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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LAWN TENNIS Issue 15682, 22 December 1914

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