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COLWYN BAY ANNUAL LAWN TENNIS…

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COLWYN BAY ANNUAL LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT. The Annual Lawn Tennis Tournament, under the auspices of the Colwyn Bay Lawn Tennis Club, was opened on the Club ground, on Thursday, August 16th, the Courts being in excellent condition. The entries were numerous, among them being some noted champion players from various parts of England. Some good play was witnessed during the afternoon, terminating with the following results for the day :— Gentlemen's Singles.—S. H. Powell (Basford L.T.C.) beat Entoven, 6 4, 62; P. H. O. Williams (Heidelburg L.T.C.) beat L. Hewlett (Wigan L.T.C.), 36, 60, 6 o; Dr Pagan Lowe (Bath L.T.C.) beat W. W. R. Williams, 60, 63; E. Broadhurst (Northern L.T.C.) beat A. M. Lamb, 6 0, 63; H. Christian Jones beat J. J. Guest (Handsworth L.T.C.) 6 3, 6 2 C. S. Varcoe (Blvthbridge L.T.C.) beat F. W. Henstock (Croxteth L.T.C.), 3 6, 8 6, 6 3 Second round J. E. Piercy (Basford L.T.C.) beat Dr T. Pagan Lowe, 6 4, 6 3 H. Christian Jones beat P. H. 0. Williams, 61, 60; J. H. Powell beat E. Broad- hurst, 8 6, 63; C. S. Varcoe beat A. W. Stirling (Dounybrook L.T.C., Dublin), 6 3, 6 4. Third round J. H. Powell beat C. S. Varcoe, 6 o, 6 4. Ladies' Singles Hanaicap.—Miss Dyas, owes 15, beat Miss Barrett, owes half 15, 6 4, 2 6, Miss Barrett, retired Miss Kidd (Northern L.T.C.) owes 15, beat Miss M. Grant (Colwyn Bay L.TC.) receives 15, 5 6, 6 4, 6 3 Miss M. Kennedy (Colwyn Bay L.T.C.) receives half 30, beat Miss E. Piercy (Cheetham Hill L.T.C.) owes half 15, 65, 1 6, 6 4 Miss Ford, scratch, beat Miss K. Broadhurst (Northern L.T.C.), owes 15, 6 2, 6 2. Second round: Miss Broadhurst (Northern L.T.C.) owes 30, beat Miss Alder (Croxteth L.T.C.). owes 15, 6 3, 6 3 Miss E. Grant (Colwyn Bay L.T.C.), scratch, beat Miss Grant (Colwvn Bay L T.C.), scratch, 6 3, 3 6, 63; Miss Kidd, owes [5, beat Miss Dyas, owes 15, 6 2, 63; Miss Kennedy, receives half 30, beat Miss Ford, scratch, 6 1, 65. Gentlemen's Singles Handicap.—First round W. P. Kirkham, owes half 15, beat C. P. Henstock, owes half 30, 5 6, 6 2, 6 4. On Friday, some good play was witnessed at the Lawn Tennis Tournament at CoKvyn Bay, although a stiff breeze was blowing over the ground. Results Gentlemen's Singles Handicap.—First round: J. E. Piercy, owes 40, beat A. W. Stirling, owes half 15. 7 5, 3 6, 6 4 H. C. Jones, owes half 40, beat F. W. Stubbs, scratch, 60, 6 1 J. Amphlett, receives 15, beat A. W. Lamb, owes half 15, 10 8, 645c. S. Varcoe, owes 30, beat R. S. V. Dyas, owes 15, 46, 63! 64; W. F. Thomas, receives half 15, beat P. H. O. Williams, owes half 30, 5 7, 6 4, 6 4 J. J. Guest, owes half 30, beat F. A. Dew, receives 15, 6 3, 6 3. Second round R. D. Jephson, scratch, beat F. W. Henstock, owes 30, 16 0, 4 6, 6 3 A. Piercy, scratch, beat L. Hewlett, scratch, 6 1, 62; E. Broadhurst. owes, 30, beat S. Pagan Lowe, owes half 15, 6 4, 6 o J. H. Powell, owes 40, beat J. S. Dyas, scratch, 6 2, 6 1 C. S. Varcoe, owes 30, beat W. R. Kirkham, owes half 15, 4 6 -1,64; W. F. Thomas, receives half 15, W. O. J. Amphlett, receives 15, scratched L. F. Entoven, owes 30, beat H. C. Jones, owes half 40, 5 7, 6 o, 6 3 J. J. Guest, owes half 30, beat J. E. Piercy, owes 40, 63, 36, 75. Third round C. S. Varcoe, owes 30, beat W. F. Thomas, receives half 15, 6 o, 6 2. Gentlemen's Doubles Handicap.—First round J. J. Guest and F. W Thomas, scratch, beat F. W. Henstock and T. Pagan Lowe, owes 15, 5 6, 6 o, 6 3. Ladies Doubles Handicap.—First round: Misses Kennedy and Entoven, receives half 15, beat the Misses Henstock. owes 13, 6 1, 6 2 Misses Grant, owes half 15, beat Miss Kidd and Miss Alder, owes 15, 3 6, 6 5, 6 3; Misses Broadhurst. owes 30, beat Miss Barrett andMrs Dyas. owes half 15, 64, 6 4; Mrs P. Lowe and Miss M. Grant receives 15, beat Misses Piercy and Ford, owes halt 15, 6 5, 6 5. Ladies' Singles Handicap.—Semi-final Miss M. Kennedy, receives half 30, beat Miss Broadhurst, owes 30, 3 6, 6 2 64; Miss Kidd, owes 15, beat Miss Grant, scratch, 4 6* 6 3, 6 4. Mixed Doubles Handicap.—First round: A. Piercy and Miss Piercy, scratch, beat Mr and Miss Grant, receives 15, 64, 1 6, 6 o C. P. Henstock and Miss Grant, owes half 15, beat, Mr andMrs Thomas, receives 15, 6 4, 6 4. Second round: Mr E. and Miss Broadhurst, owes 30, beat F. W. Henstock and Miss E. Grant, owes 15, 60, 65; Mr and Mrs Pagan Lowe, scratch, beat R. D. Jephson and Miss T. E. Henstock, scratch, 6^6 3 Lucas and Miss Barrett, owes 15, beat Lamb and Miss Entoven, scratch, 61,60. & Play was continued on Saturday, the company being much larger than on the previous days. Several tough matches were played during the afternoon, especially between J. H. Powell and Christian Jones, in the Gentlemen's Singles (open) Final. Results:- Mixed Doubles Handicap. -Second Round:—J. Powell and Miss Dyas (owe 30) beat Mr A. and Miss Piercy (scratch), 6 1, 6 1 H. C. Jones and Miss Alder (owe 30) beat L. Hewlett Miss Kennedy (receive half IS), 5 6, 6 5, 75; C. S. Varcoe and Ford (owe 15) beat W. R. Kirkham and Miss F. Henstock (owe half 15), o 1, 4 6, 6 o; J. J. Guest and Miss K. Broad- hurst (owe 15) beat P. H. O. Williams and Miss Kidd (owe 15) 6 5, 6 2 C. P. Henstock and Miss Grant (owe half 15) beat A. W. Sterling, and Miss Henstock (scratch), 6 4, 3 6, 6 2. Third Round: J. H. Powell and Miss Dyas (owe 30), beat Lucas and Miss Barrett (owe IS). 64,61; H. C. Jones and Miss Alder (owe 30), beat C. S. Varcoe and Miss Ford (owe 15), 6 1, 4 6, 6 3 C. P. Henstock and Miss Grant (owe half 15), beat J. J. Guest and Miss K. Broadhurst (owe 15), 62, 64; Mr E. and Miss Broadhurst (owe 30) beat Dr and Mrs Pagan Lowe (scratch), 6 2, 3 5, 6 o. Semi-final: C. P. Henstock and Miss Grant (owe half 15) beat Mr E. and Miss Broadhurst (owe 30), 6 4, I 6, 6 4; H. C. Jones and Miss Alder (owe 30) beat J. H. Powell and Miss Dyas (owe 30), 6 3, 6 3. Final: H. C. Jones (Rock Ferry) and Miss Alder (Croxteth L.T.C.) (owe 30) beat C. P. Henstock (Croxteth L.T.C.) and Miss Grant (Colwyn Bay L.T.C,) (owe half 15), 6 1, 61. Gentlemen's Singles Handicap.— Third round: J. J. Guest (owe half30), w.o.; L. F. Entoven (owe 30), scratched J. H. Powell (owe 40) beat E. Broadhurst (owe 30), 6 4, 8 6; R. D. Jephson (scratch) beat A. Piercy (scratch, 64, 63. Semi- final: H. Powell (owe 40) beat J. J. Guest (owe half 30I, 6 3, 6 C. S. Varcoe (owe 30) beat R. D. Jephson (scratch), 6 2. 5 6, 6 1. Final: C. S. Varcoe (owe 30) beat J. H. Powell (owe 40), 2 6, 6 2, o 6. Ladies' Doubles Handicap.—^emi-final: Misses Grant (owe half 15) beat Misses Broadhurst (owe 30), 6 2, 6 1 Mrs Pagan Lowe and Miss M. Grant (receive 15) beat Miss Kennedy and Miss Entoven (receive half 15), 63, 6 4. Final: Mrs Pagan Lowe iBath L.T.C.)and Miss M, Grant (Colwyn Bay L.T.C.) beat the Misses Grant (Colwyn Bay L.T.C'), (owe half 15), 6 5, 60. Second round Gentlemen's Doubles Handicap.—J. J. Grant and W. F. Thymas (scratch) beat G. and A. Piercy (receive half 15), 6 2, 6 4; J. H. Powell and J. E. Piercy (owe 40) beat L. Hewlett and A. W. Lamb (scratch): W. R. Kirkham and C. S. Varcoe (owe 40) beat F. W. Stubbs and J. Amphlett (scratch), 6 2, 6 3; E. Broadhurst and A. C. Jones (owe half 40), w.o.; A. W. Stirling and R. D. Jephson (scratched). Semi-final: E. Broadhurst and H. C. Jones (owe half 40) beat J. J. Guest .and-.W.. F. Thomas (scratch), 6 o, 6 3; J. E. F. Powell and J. E. Piercy (owe 40) beat W. R. Richardson and C. S. Varcoe (owe 30), 6 5, 6 5. Final: E. Broadhurstand H. Christian Jones (owe half 40) beat J. H. Powell and J. E. Piercy (owe 40) 6 3, 7 5. Gentlemen's Singles (open).—Final: J. H. Powell (Basford L.T.C.) beat H. Christian Jones, 7 5, 8 6. Ladies' Singles Handicap.-Miss M. Kennedy (Colwyn Bay L.T.C.) (receive half 30), beat Mrs Kidd (Northern L.T.C.) (owe 15), 6 4,6 5. Appended is THE PRIZE LIST, as presented by Mr Phillips (Hon. Sec.) on the Grounds:- GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES (Open).-I, J. H. Powell, claret jug; 2, H. Christian Jones, claret jug. GENTLEMEN'S SINGLES (Handicap). — 1, C. S. Varcoe, dressing-case; 2, Powell, travelling-clock; 3, B. W. Jephson, crocodile cigar-case. GENTLEMEN'S DOUBLES (Handicap). Christian Jones, field-glass, bracketted equal with g. Broadhurst, fish-carvers (in case); 2, J. H. Powell, dressing-case, bracketted equal with J. E. Piercy. brashes (in stand). MIXED DOUBLES (Handicap).l, H. C. Jones, silver cigarette-case, and Miss Alder, silver scent- bottle and case 2, Miss Grant, scent-bottle, and Mr Broadhurst, Gladstone bag. LADIES' DOUBLES—1, Mrs Pagan Lowe, set silver tea-spoons, and Miss W. Grant, pair of jam-spoon< (in case); 2, Miss' E. Grant, set of jolly-servers (in case), and Miss Grant, silver crsam-jug. LADIES' SINGLS.-I, Miss M. Kennedy, silver cream-jug and Miss Kidd, silver cruet. CONSOLATION PRIZE LIST. The contest among the non-successful candidates in the annual tournament of the Colwyn Bay Lawn Tennis Club opened on Tuesday evening, when the first event was the mixed doubles (handicap), during which play was brisk, some clever give-and-take play being exhibited between Henstock and F. A. Dew with the respective partners, the Misses Broadhurst, resulting finally in a win for Henstock and Miss Broadhurst. Several good plavers arrived Wednes- day, among whom is Miss Ruth Dyas, a prize-taker at the Buxton (open) Tournament, who, along with Miss H. Phillips, Colwyn Bay Lawn Tennis Club, were pitched against her sister, Miss Dyas, and Miss Hiller in the. ladies, double handicap (scratch pairs). During the afternoon some good play was witnessed "between them, as they were pretty equally matched. Mixed -Doubles (scratch pairs).^First round F.. W. Henstock and Miss Broadhurst beat G. Hopwood and Miss Alder, 6 2, 6 2 R. W. Lucas and Miss A E. Bell beat A. W. Sterling and Miss Both wick, 6 1, 'S-fi; Mr and Mrs W. F. Thomas beat T. Bothwick and Miss- Phillips, 6 3, 6 0 A. E. Piercy and Mrs T.- Pagan Lowe beat C. P Henstock and Miss-M'Phail, & 5, 5 6, 6 3 R. D. Jephson and Mis-i Dyas beat C Phillips and Miss G WPháil, 6 1, 6 1. Sfecpnd round. T. Pagan Lowe and Miss Barrett beat J. Bothwick and Miss Henstock, 6 3, 4 6, 6 3 F. W. Henstock and Miss Broadhurst beat F. A. Dew and Miss K. Broadhurst, 6 4, 6 4 R. W. Lucas and Miss A.. E. Bell boat Mr and Mrs F. W. Thomas, 7 5, 6 1 R D. Jephson and Miss Dyas beat A. E. Piercy and Mrs T. Pagan Lowe, 6 4, 5 7, 6 4. Semi-final: F. W. Henstock and Miss Broadhurst beat R. W. Lucas and Miss A. E. K Bell,. 6 4, 6 2 R. D. Jephson and Miss Dyas beat T. Pagan Lnwe and Miss Barrett, 6 5, 5 7, 86 Final: F. W. Henstock and Miss Broadhurst beat R. D. Jephson and Miss Dyas, 6 1. 6 1. Gentlemen's Singles Handicap.—First round J. J. Kershaw (owe j 30) beat T. Bothwick (rec. 5), 6 5, 62; "A.W.Stirling (owe 30) beat C. P. Henstock (owe 30), 6 3, 6 2 W. M. Smith (owe t 30) beat F. A. Dew (owe 15), 4 6. 6 0, 6 1 W. F. Thomas (owe 1*5) beat G. Hopwood (received i 15), 6 5, 6 5 F. W. Stubbs (owe 15) be-it T. Pag-an Lowe (owe t 30), 3 6, 63, 61 J. Bothwick (received t 15) beat F. W. Henstock (owe J 40), 4 6, 6 2, 7 5. Second round A. E. Piercy (owe 15) beat J. J Kershaw (owe 50, 6 1, 61; A. W. Stirling (owe 30) beat F. W. tubbs, 63,64. Ladies' Doubles Htndic,-tp.- First round: Miss Alder and Mss A. E. Bell (scratch) beat Mrs T. Pagan Lowe an I Miss Barrett (owe 15), 6 3, 6 0.

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