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The second round in singles was nearly finished yesterday and the third round was begun. The only match scheduled in the doubles was not played. The consolations were begun in both singles and doubles. The scores made were as follows:
Loines beat Leekley, 6-1, 6-3.
Campbell beat Cahn, 4-6, 6-2, 6-2.
Sand beat Sterling, 6-4, 6-2.
McKittrick beat Marvin, 8-6, 7-5.
Dubois beat Laverack, by default.
Allen beat Waters, 6-2, 6-0.
Brice beat Birge, 8-6, 10-8.
Nelson beat Hunter, by default.
Fitz beat Stackpole, by default.
H. G. Gray beat Hazard, by default.
O. J. Carleton beat C. E. Bacon, 6-4, 6-3.
Brown beat Robinson, by default.
P. V. Bacon beat Lay, by default.
Chase beat Blanchard, by default.
Jenney beat Grew, by default.
Loines and Sand beat Wilson and Whitbeck, by default.
The following matches will be played in singles today:
Parke-Cooper, at 2.30.
Putnam-Booth, at 3.30.
Holt-Forbes, at 1.30.
Smith-Loines, at 2.
Campbell-Crapo, at 3.30.
Wilson-Chauncy, at 2.30.
Coggeswell-Denison, at 3.
C. D. Gray-Parker, at 2.30.
Shaw-Dubois, at 2.30.
Allen-Childs, at 3.30.
O. J. Carleton-Brown, at 2.30.
P. N. Bacon-Chase, at 3.30.
Only one match will be played in the semi-finals today in doubles.
Averell and Forbes-Holt and Ingraham, at 2.30.
There naturally will be many defaults in the consolation matches, so that players who do not appear at the time at which their match is scheduled will be at once defaulted.
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