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The season for tennis is now at hand, and it may not be amiss to make a suggestion to the management of the tennis association. Every player knows the bother and inconvenience of having to rush across another man's court to get a stray ball. There is no reason why there should not be stop-nets about every court, as the expense of getting them and putting them up would be very slight. By following this hint we believe the management will earn the thanks of all lovers of tennis.

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