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The letters following the names are substituted for the names in the schedule: Stevens A, Hale B, Lee C, Littel D, Lockett E, Manchester F, Orcutt G, Brown H, Potter I, Rublee J, Stetson K, Pillsbury L, Tallant M, Thomas N, Wildes O, Blake P.
April 28-2 p. m., F-C, H-G, A-N; 4 p. m., O E, D-L. April 29-2 p. m., N-C, F G, K-P, B-A; 4 p, m., I-E, D-J. April 39-2 p. m., N-G, I-F, C-L; 4 p. m., B J, K-O, H-A. May 1-2 p. m., A-F, G-P; 4 p. m., I-O, E-D, B-N, H-J. May 2-2 p. m, K-F, H-D, B-L; 4 p. m., I-C, A-G. May 3-11 a. m., H-K; May 5-2 p. m., J-F, K-G; 4 p. m., I-B, H-O. May 6-2 p. m., E-F, P-O; 4 p. m., I L, B-H, N-D. May 7-2 p. m., P L; 4 p. m., I N, A-J. May 8-2 p. m., B-G, F-O, A-P; 4 p. m., A-E. May 9-2 p. m., K-L; 4 p. m., B-C, E-M. May 10-11 a. m., M C, K-B; 2 p. m., E-H, I-D. May 12-2 p. m., L-E, A-C. May 13-2 p. m., A-K, P-N, G-M; 4 p. m., D-M, H-I. May 14-2 p. m., A-I, M-O; 4 p. m., D-B, J-L, H-F. May 15-4 p. m., I-M, O-N, May 16-2 p. m., H-L, D F; 4 p. m., J-M. May 17-2 p. m., H-P; 4 p. m., A-M, K-J. May 19-4 p. m., B-M, I-K, H-O. May 20-2 p. m., P-M, F-B; 4 p. m., N-L. May 21-2 p. m., I-P, M-H. May 22-2 p. m., P-B, F-M. May 23-4 p. m., M-L. May 24-2 p. m., N-M.
It has been voted that there be a fine of $1.00 for postponing matches without 24 hours' notice. G. F. Brown, '92, has taken Parker's place in the league. The privileges of the reserved courts have been extended to P. S. Sears, L, S.
For the committee,
J. A. STETSON, Secretary.
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