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All Aus. tennis
New York, August 22. - The all-Australian final in the Men's National Doubles Tennis Championship will be played at Forrest Hills on Sunday, the US Lawn Tennis Association an- nounced today.
- The match was to have been played this afternoon at Brookline Massachu- setts, but rain made the courts unplayable.
Sedgman and McGregor are to play Rose and Candy.
The seedings announced today placed Sedgman No. 1. Ken McGregor second, followed by Mervyn Hose, Tony Mot tram, Paul Remy, Don Candy, Jiro Kuma maru, Syd Levy, Brendon Macken and Lorne Maine.
Dick Savitt was seeded
No. 1" among the US entries.,
.-Mrs. > Mary,«- Dupont, who,, has won the Women's sin - '". gles for the last-three years .. did not enter. She is suf- fering from a sprained
No. 1 women's seeding went to Doris "Hart wita Shirley Fry second.
CRIMES ACT ;
Melbourne; - . Thfe%om¿Í¿'¿
monwealth Government will
appeal, to the Supreme y I Court against the magls-i > trate's dismissal of the Crimes Act - charges against two union officials.
The officials ave George.
Arthur Doyle, Secretary!: of :, ; Victorian Branch ^dfrfShins' , Painters >ahd '.Dockers' Union, and Michael''James Dónegan, Vigilance Officer*
of the union.
The charges arose out of .v a ban oh New. Zealand shin-i 'i ping last June
Charges were dismij^ed last month. ?