The annual tournament for the University tennis championships in singles and doubles will commence on the Jarvis and Soldiers Field courts next Monday. Blue-books for entries from upper classmen have been placed in Leavitt & Peirce's; Freshmen should sign in the blue books at the Rendezvous. Entries, at 50 cents in singles and $1 a team in doubles, must be handed in before 6 P. M. Saturday: Announcement of the prizes and rules governing the tournament will be made in a later issue of the CRIMSON.
FALL TENNIS TOURNAMENT
MATCHES TO START NEXT WEEK.--OPEN TO ALL MEMBERS OF UNIVERSITY.
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