LAWN TENNIS. I
Results In the seventh round of ladies' badge matches were -Mosman I beat Stanmore by 8 sets 48 games to 15, Wayfleld beat Mosman II by 8 sets 48 games to 13 games, Birchgrove beat University by 6 sets 42 games to 2 sets 18 games, Strathfield I beat Kel
nbrco by 5 sets 43 games to 3 sets 32 games Summer Hill had a bye.
In order to give international players who may be here for the Davis Cup a chance of taking part in big competitions before the cup is played for, the Australasian champions have been fixed to be de- cided about three weeks or a month before the in- ternational contest. This year the Australasian meet- in will be held in Sydney, and the date so far agreed upon is October 17.
In the final of the gentlemen's doubles at the Sheffield and Hallamshire tournament A. F. Wilding and L. O. S. Poidevin beat Allen and Allen 9–11, 6–0, 6–2, 6–3; and in the singles A. F. Wilding beat E. R. Allen, 6–1, 6–4, 6–3. Poidevin scratched in the first round.