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Entries for the tennis tournament, beginning next Monday, close today. As neither Mr. Sears nor Mr. Clark will be in the singles and the winners of last fall's tournament are barred from the doubles, there is an unusually good chance for new players to come out. The Tennis Association in lowering the entrance fee hoped to increase the number of contestants and so awaken a more general interest. With three hundred or more tennis players in college, our tournaments ought soon to become among the best in the country.

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