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Harvard Lawn Tennis.

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Owing to the short time before the Intercollegiate Lawn Tennis, which begins October 8, the college championship will have to be postponed until October 16. All players who are desirous of representing Harvard in the intercollegiate tournament will please sign a book left at Bartlett's, before eight o'clock Monday night. Notice will be put in Tuesday's CRIMSON where matches will be played.

As Campbell and Hall are the Columbia players who have won the championship of America, every effort must be made and all the best and most earnest tennis players should turn out, but not those who have absolutely no show of winning.

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