In the intercollegiate lawn tennis tournament which was held at the Merion Cricket Club, Haverford, Pa., from September 9 to 11, the University was represented by two players. Captain G. W. Helm '19, and F. C. Gaaighen '21. Hanigmen was defeated in the second round. Helm was eliminated by Captain Garland of Yale in the third round, while Garland and Hawks put out Helm and Haulghen in the semi-finals of the doubles tournament: Garland was the individual star, winning the singles, and with Hawks as his partner, capturing the doubles title. C. H. Hyams '21 and J. B. Fenno '21 were also entered in the tournament but were unable to be present.
TENNIS LAURELS FALL TO YALE
Captain G. W. Helm and F. C. Hanighen University's Only Contestants.
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