The University tennis team will meet Williams this afternoon at 3.30 on the Divinity Courts. Williams has one of the strongest teams in its history, all of its letter men of last year being eligible. Chapin, the New England intercollegiate champion, is the best man on the team, having won his "W" last year by, his victory at the N. E. Intercollegiates, both in the singles and with Captain Pollard, in the doubles, and is counting on winning today. Captain bullock, Rowse and Fraker were awarded "W's"last year and all play a consistently good game. Prescott and Taylor are new men but have been showing good form in practice this year. Captain L. de Turenne '21 will give the New England champion a hard game as demonstrated by the fact that William T. Tilden, World's champion, only defeated him 6-4, 6-4. Turenne will be ably supported by J. B. Fenno '21, E. W. Feibleman '21 and Victor Romain '22, all of whom played brilliantly on the successful southern trip.
STRONG WILLIAMS TENNIS TEAM TO PLAY UNIVERSITY
Is New England Intercollegiate Champion and Veteran Player For The Purple
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