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A meeting of the committee was held on Saturday afternoon, and it was decided that the courts now reserved for the league could be used in the morning for matches only. Regulations for the tennis tournament were drawn up, and will be published later.

In the matches which have been played off this past week, the results were as follows: Jennings beat Rogers 3 sets to love: Hale beat Brooks, 3 to 0; G L Kingsley beat White 3 to 2; Lee beat Lockett 3 to 0; Stetson beat Hale 3 to 1; Orcutt beat Potter 3 to 2; Lee beat G L Kingsley 3 to 1; Lee beat Chase 3 to 1; Jennings beat W L Kingsley 3 to 1; Orcutt beat Hale 3 to 1; Brooks beat Stetson 3 to 2; Jennings beat White 3 to 0; Richardson beat Hale 3 to 0; Lee beat Brooks 3 to 1.

The standing of the players to date is in the following order:


Lee, 10 1

Jennings, 7 1

Chase, 3 1

W L Kingsley 3 1

Brooks, 5 3

Orcutt, 3 2

Stetson, 4 4

White, 3 4

Brown, 2 3

Hale, 4 5

Lockett, 2 5

G L Kingsley, 1 4

Rogers, 1 5

Richardson, 1 6

Tallant, 0 2

Potter, 0 3

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