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TENNIS ASSOCIATION.- On account of the fact that in a few days the policemen detailed to keep all persons off of Holmes and Jarvis Fields, except students of the University and their friends, will begin their duty, and as the rule will be in force during the entire day, the Tennis Association has taken the following means in regard to "shackers." None of them will be allowed on the field, but players may take one or two of them for their own service, and when they have finished play will tell them to get off the fields, a request which the policemen will enforce. The dues given to the "shackers" should be live cents an hour, and no more.
It is requested by the Base Ball Association that men, after their play for the afternoon, will be careful to take down their nets on the clay courts, as it interferes with base ball practice.
EX. COM. TEN. ASSOCIATION.
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