Interest in tennis was never stronger in the college than it is this spring, and it is fitting that an effort should be made to keep this interest alive and indeed to stimulate it. The best players, those who have made the college prominent in this sport, will leave with the present senior class, and it will be very difficult, if not impossible, to fill their places. Now that Harvard has joined the Inter-collegiate Tennis Association, there will be a greater demand for expert players than ever before, and we urge constant practice on the part of those men in the lower classes who play, in order that as the college is foremost in tennis now, it may remain so in the future. Under the present state of affairs any one who wishes is given a chance to play, and there seems to be no reason to prevent skill from being developed, wherever it may exist.
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