Racquetmen Will Meet Penn And Columbia Over Weekend
Varsity Tennists Face First Serious Competition of Season
Facing their first serious test of the season, the Varsity racquetmen will this afternoon meet Pennsylvania at Philadelphia and continue on Saturday to New York where they will tangle with Columbia.
To date the Crimson has had little difficulty in downing a pick-up team in Washington and the Middies during the spring trip. Last week Coach Harry Cowles' men defeated Williams 8-1. Williams' lone point was scored, when Al Jarvis edged Dave Burt, first man for the Varsity.
Against Penn and Columbia Burt will be in the number one position as usual followed by George Lowman in 2, Hubert Hauck 3, Captain Alvah Sulloway 4, Langdon Gilkey 5, and Chester Legg 6, John Palfrey also accompanied the team and will play in the doubles.