Harvard's Tennis Team Shuffles Its Lineup, For Home Match With Weak Columbia Today

The Harvard tennis team, its lineup shuffled once again by challenge matches, plays its second Eastern League match today against Columbia. It's the first home match of the season for the Crimson.

Both the singles and doubles lineups will be revised for today's match. The two sophomores, Dave Benjamin and Clive Kileff, switched positions, with Benjamin, last year's top freshman player, moving up to number three and Kileff dropping to number four.

Bob Inman, who was playing number seven a week ago, will move into fifth position today, with Captain Sandy Walker at six. In addition, the top two doubles teams have been shuffled, with Chum Steele and Dean Peckham taking the top spot from Inman, and Frank Ripley.

All the lineup-shuffling won't mean much against Columbia; the Crimson could probably enter the JV's and have a good chance against the Lions, the league doormats last season.

The score of last year's match was 9-0, and it isn't likely to be different today, although the Lions have five of their top six players returning.