The announcement that the spring tennis tournament will be held next week, ought to bring out as many players as possible. Every man who can play at all should pluck up courage and sign the book which has been placed at Bartlett's, before Saturday evening. Let no one hold back through modesty or through fear of being beaten. The managers of the association have taken great pains to make this tournament a successful one in every respect; and all tennis players should feel called upon to assist them by entering, even if they do not feel confident of carrying off the cups offered for the winners. Harvard has her reputation to uphold in tennis as in the other branches of athletics; a very good showing was made last autumn, but of course the more good players we can bring forward, the better chance we have for keeping up this reputation. So we exhort every man who has ever played to come out next week and try his luck.