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Tennis Tournament.

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The following unfinished matches in the first round will be played at ten o'clock this morning unless contestants prefer some other time during the forenoon: 1, Lee vs. Baldwin; 2, Potter vs. Brown; 3, G. F. Brown vs. Whitehouse; 4, Orcutt, vs. Cobb; 5, Pease vs. Lincoln; 6, Wilson vs. Barron; 7, Hovey vs. Rhoades. In the second round beginning at two, the matches will be: Brooks vs. winner of 1; Kilbreth vs. Chase; Parker vs. 2; Lockett vs. 3; Russell vs. 4; Winsor vs. 5; Thomas vs. 6; Nutter vs. 7. Drawings in doubles resulted as follows: Brooks and Parker vs. Hastie and Niles; G. F. Brown and Partner vs. Burlingham and Whitehouse; Chase and Shaw vs. Orcutt and Potter; Rhinelander and Dinsmore a bye. Drawings in the consolations will be posted in the gymnasium. Players in doubles and consolations will arrange matches at their earliest convenience.

HUGH TALLANT, Sec'y H. L. T. A.

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