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The University of Pennsylvania has offered a prize cup to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, to be contested for under the same conditions as that won last fall by Harvard. The condition attached to the offer, however, is that the annual tournament be held in Philadelphia instead of in New Haven.
The reasons urged for the acceptance of this cup are that there would be a larger attendance at the matches if held in Philadelphia; that the tournament would prove more of a financial success, and that more colleges would enter on account of Philadelphia's central position. the new $500 cup will also do away with the difficulty the various colleges are finding in raising subscriptions sufficient for a suitable trophy. Objections are raised by most of the New England colleges to the change on account of the increased travelling expenses.
Nothing definite can be decided, however, until the next meeting of the Intercollegiate Association.
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