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Hopman-Mlle Sifart Win.
LONDOX, June 29.— In the third round of the mixed doubles at Wimbledon to-day the Australian, H. Hopman, and the Bel irium champion. Mile. J. Sigart, beat
Tloczynski and Mademoiselle Jedze jowska (Poland), 6-4, 6-4. Hopman and Mile Sigart gained a com fortable victory over the hard-hitting Poles, who lacked subtlety and experience. Perhaps it was not unnatural that the um pire did not attempt to announce their names. In the fourth round the Spanish cham pion, E. G. Maier and Miss E. Ryan beat J. Clemenger (Australia) and Mrs. Covell (Britain). Clemenger and Mrs. Covell started in great style, the Australian's service troubl ing both his opponents. Then the Spani ard's severe dashing play, and Miss Ryan's cunning, clever placements proved too much for their opponents, who never after wards had a chance. The last set occu pied only five minutes.