The Longwood Tournament.

The Longwood Tournament continued yesterday with favorable weather and the courts were in excellent condition.

In the first match Fred Mansfield beat D. K. Snow, Gr., two close sets, 6-5, 6-4.

Hovey, L. S., then played Wrenn, '92 in the semi-finals. The first set was closely contested, with both men playing at their best. Hovey finally won, 6-3. Hovey played his net game the second set, while Wrenn stayed back. The result was the set at 6-0 for Hovey. Throughout the match Wrenn played a strong game, and had he run to the net the last set he would have given Hovey a close rub. This victory puts Hovey in the finals.

During the afternoon the doubles were played. In the first round Manchester, '93 and Geo. Smith beat F. Mansfield and Snow 6-3, 6-4. Hovey and Tallant beat Keyes and Bixby 6-3, 6-4. Wrenn Bros. beat Forbes Bros. 6-2, 6-2. Ripley and Presbrey beat Hill and Phil. Mansfield 2-6, 6-0, 6-4.

In the second round Manchester '93 and Smith played Hovey and Tallant. After the sets stood at 1-1 the match was drawn on account of darkness. It will be played from the beginning this afternoon. Wrenn Brose. played Ripley and Presbrey a set and won 6-5; they will continue today.


This afternoon at 2.30 sharp R. D. Sears, ex-champion. will play Fred Mansfield an exhibition match. Mr. Sears will give his opponent half-fifteen. Saturday morning Mansfield will play Lee, L. S., in the semi-finals; the winner of this match will play Hovey in the finals at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon.