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OhF I THE LADIES' INTERNATIONAL MATCH. The ladies' ehampioiisliip meeting was inaugurated on Thursday at Troon with the firdt of the series of international matches, England and Scotland leading the way. To-day (Friday) what is regarded as the chief event will take place with the meeting between England and Ireland, and to-morrow (Saturday) the last Ireland against Scotland, will be decided at Prestwick. Hitherto. Scotland has takon but a moderate part in thess internationals, two years a.g.o, at Deal. both England and Ireland inflicting heavy reverses, while last year, at Port.rush. Scotland failed to muster a combination. With the championship on Scottish soils. a fairly good Scottish team was brought together, and against a rapntedly more powerful Engrlish team a splendid match v.-as put up. The weather, nnfortunatelv. proved a very serious factor in the game, rain falling in torrents during the Dlay, and a heavy wind blowing from the Clyde. The Scottish lady champion. Mj8 (Hover, headed the Scottish team, and Miss Dod the English side. A splendid match took place, the issue being carried to the home hole. The start was somewhat sensational, Misa Dod holing a twelve yards' put, thus winning the lirst hole. Miss Glover got square at the third, and won the fourth, chiefly with a grand cleek. Miss Dod, in capital putting form. won the Reventh, and the others being halved the players turned square. The English leader won the first two holes in. hut out of bound she lost the fourteenth, aud by a nice raashi pitch Mise Glover squared at the fifteenth. The sixteenth was halved, but winning the seventeenth Miss Dod was dormy. The home hole was h^lvecl, and a capital match ended in favour of the Englishwoman. in the Oi -'r matches Miss iSevisle was too strong for Graham, leadiug all the way; while Miss Sybil Whigham, now that she had returned to the championship ring, showed much better than Mrs. Willard. who also has been absent from, the event for-oule years. Miss Katharine Moeller was in grand form. Miss Dorolhy Campbell, as the otily represen- tative of the North Berwick School", attracted much interest, and she won very easily. The English tail did not show very well, but the position of England was secured by a good win of Miss Steel. The results of the inaividnal matches ore given in each case in parenthesis, the decision of the cojitet-'t being by matchee. Details: â NGLAD. I Miss Dod. More ton (1 hole). 1. Miss Neville. Belton Park (3 and 2), 1. Mrs. 11-illard, Woking, o. Miss Bertha Thompson, Scarborough (i hole). 1. Miss Moeller, Ilkley (7 and 6), 1. Miss Phillips, Prince's, 0. Mrs. Willock, Wimbledon. 0. Miss Buckley, Lytham, 0. Miss Steel, ShefB-sk' (4 and 2), 1. I Mrs. Ames, Folkestone, 0. Matchesâo. SCOTLAND. Miss Glover, Elm, 0 Mias Graham, Nairn and Hoylafce, 0. Miss Svbil Whigham, Prestwick (2 and XK 1. Misa Maitland. Elie, 0. "Miae Saut, North Berwick and Wimbledon, 0. Miss Dorothy Campbell, North Berwick (4 and 3), 1. Misis Macbeth, Greenock and Lytham, 0. Mian M. Bishop, Troon (5 aud 4), 1. Miss Anderson, Blairgowrie. 0. Miss Harvey, St Nicholas (2 and 11, L Matchesâ4. English majorityâ1 mit-A.

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