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The continuation of the preliminary contest to select the players who are to go to New Haven October 8 to represent Harvard in the struggle for the intercollegiate team championship tookplace yesterday afternoon on Jarvis field. The day was so raw that none of the men played at their best, and the wind blowing directly across the court hindered to some degree careful placing. In the singles H. Tallant beat Tailer 6-4, 7-5. Tallant accordingly meets Sears for first place.
Tailer's play in the singles was considerable weaker than Tallant's, his main difficulty being to control his placing.
After considerable unnecessary delay the first match in doubles took place. Lee and Tallant against Tailer and Chase. The latter team won two straight sets, 7-5, 6-3. Tailer's play in the doubles was much stronger than in the singles, while the reverse was that of Tallant. Lee's play was steady and good. Tailer and Chase volleyed strongly, and Chase's all around play was excellent. The finals in doubles will be between Sears and Shaw, Tailer and Chase, at their convenience.
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