TEN MEN TO PRACTICE AT LONGWOOD CHOSEN
Five Sophomores Among Those Picked for Winter Tennis Work at Chestnut Hill--Four Veterans Will Form Nucleus of Strong Squad
As a result of the fall tennis tournament and the interclass matches held shortly afterwards, ten men have been selected to practice on the indoor courts of the Longwood Tennis Club at Chestnut Hill this winter. Informal work will begin immediately, but regular practice will not start until after the mid-year examinations.
The men who have been chosen are Louis Bondi '25, Alden Briggs '25, W. P. Dixon '25, Captain Morris Duane '23, C. W. Farnham '24, G. C. Guild '23, J. M. Hopkins '25, W. W. Ingraham '25, K. S. Pfaffman '24, and Donald Stralem '24. Only half of these men have practiced with the University squad in the past, but the five Sophomores on the list have displayed such marked ability during the fall that they have been elected over the heads of several more experienced candidates.
With four veterans returning from last year's team, the prospects appear reasonably good for a successful season in 1923. Duane, who was also Captain last year, is a fast and brilliant, but somewhat erratic player. He is not now in college, but will return after mid-years. With Pfaffman, Ingraham, and three. Yale players he was a member of the team that lost one, tied another, and won six of its matches in England last summer.