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The tournament was continued yesterday with the following result:
1st Round. Completed.
Kuhn beat Howe, 6-2, 6-0.
Tilton beat Bowen, 1-6, 6-4, 6-2.
2nd Round. Completed.
Kuhn beat Keep, 6-4, 6 2.
Tailer beat Tilton, 6-4, 6 4.
Snow beat Lee, 6-2, 6 0.
This leaves Zerega, Kuhn, Tailer and Snow to compete for the first place.
Amory and Parker beat Zerega and Tilton, 6 2, 6-3.
Tailer and Snow beat Raymond and Ladd, 6 2, 6-1.
Wilder and Lee beat Blodgett and Coolidge, 6 0, 6 2.
Keep and Kuhn beat Pear and Hillebrand, 6-1, 6 1.
Keep and Kuhn beat Lee and Wilder, 6 2, 6-4.
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