On Sunday, September 5, the Babakin ten- nis team paid a visit to Ardath and played the local club. After an enjoyable game, Ardath won comfortably. Owing to the re-
signation of Mr. Haley as captain Mr. A. Veitch was appointed in his place. Following were the scores, in which Ardath are mentioned first: — Men's Doubles: A. Veitch and Dunstall beat F. Waring and Pollard. 0-1. 4-6; Whit- ney and K. Waight beat Coyle and J. Blechynden, 6-2, H-4; C. Veitch and Wilson beat J. Itobins and JIcMeikun, 6-2, 6-0; Frost and Cunningham beat Francis and il. Meikan. 6-2, 6-4. Men's Singles: Dunstall lost to Coyle. 2-6; Wilson lost to McMeikan, 5-7; Wilson k-.H to Francis, 2-6; A. Veitch beat Pollard 6-2; Frost beat Wftrinr 6-2; Whitney beat J. Blechyndcn, 8-6; Cunningham beat Robins, 6-0: C. Veitch beat T. Blechynden, 6-0. Women's Singles. — Miss W. Cunningham ,!os* to Miss Everitt, 4-6; MUs V. Waight lost to Mrs-. Francis, 0-6; Miss Jacoby lost to Miss McNamara, 4-6. - Women's Doubles. — Misses E. Waight and U. Cunningham lost to Miss M. Robins and McNamara, 2-6, 6-5; Miss Everitt a:wi Mrs. Francis beat Foss and Waight. 6-0. Mixed Doubles. — L. Cunningham and Mus U. Cunningham beat J. Blechynden and Miss M. Robins, 6-2, 6-3; Whiiney and Miss N Jacoby lost to Miss McNaman and Coyle, 5-6. 6-4: Dunstall and Miss Jacoby lost to Miss McNamara and McMefk»n, 5-6. Totals. — ATdath, .16 *»'-s, 130 game?. Babakin, 10 sets,' 109 games.