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The games yesterday on Jarvis were few, though very interesting. The singles resulted as follows: Peirson, '85, beat Gardner, '86, 6-2, 6-4, Edgar, '87, beat Lane, '85, 6-5, 4-6, 6-2. Wheelwright, '85, beat Agassize, '84, 6-1, 6-3. Warren, 84, beat Mandell, '84, 6-2, 6-0. Sawin, '85, beat Remington, '87, 4-6, 6-2, 6-4. In the doubles, Hoyt and Taylor beat Morton and Atherton 6-2, 6-4. The drawings are as follows:

Singles, second round-1. Peirson vs. winner of Harrison-Lemoyne set. 2. Edgar vs. Wheelwright. 3. Warren vs. winner of Boyden-Curtis set. 4. Sawin vs. winner of Boyden-Taylor set. 5. Presbrey vs. Moors.

Third round-I., 1 a bye; II., 2 vs. 3.; III., 4vs. 5.

Fourth round, final round-II., a bye; 1. vs. III.; II. vs. winner of I.-III.

Doubles, First round-1. Mandell and Curtis vs. Peirson and Williams. 2. Rhinelander and Edgar vs. Minot and Rathbone. 3. Bacon and Warren vs. Boyden and Boyden. 4. Billings and Draper vs. Coolidge and Russell. 5. Moors and Moors vs. Presbrey and Sawin. 6. Taylor and Hoyt.

Second round-I., 1 vs. 2; II., 3 vs. 4; III., 5 vs 6.

Third round-I. vs II., III. a bye.

Final round-III. vs. winner of I.-II. Play will be kept up more or less all day.

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