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DOUBLES GO TO SEMI-FINALS

University. Tennis Tournament Nears Close.--Good Matches Today.

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There were no matches in the University singles championship yesterday. The doubles tournament reached the semi-final round and exciting matches are promised for this afternoon.

The results of yesterday's matches in doubles were as follows; J. C. Devereux '15 and F. R. Hastings '14 defeated H. H. Bundy 3L. and J. M. Holcombe 3L., 6-3, 9-11, 6-3, and also defeated R. H. Kettell '14 and G. Williams '14, 2=6, 6-2, 6-3; H. A. Lawton 1L. and J. S. Pfaffmann '16 defeated F. Brooks '15 and P. Winsor '15, by default; E. H. Whitney '14 and R. N. Williams '16 defeated C. L. Sherman '17 and J. S. Brown '17, 6-3, 6-3; F. B. Beal 2G. and H. T. Moore 3G. defeated E. H. Woods '14 and R. L. Whitman '14, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3.

There will be no doubles matches today. The following matches in singles must be played this afternoon. Matches must be the best 3 out of 5 sets. Balls will be supplied on the field.

On Jarvis Field at 2 o'clock: W. H. Woods '14 vs. J. J. Armstrong '14, R. N. Williams '16 vs. J. C. Devereux '14.

Trials for Class Teams Today.

The trials for the class terms will continue today. Candidates report to their captains at 2.30 o'clock. Upperclassmen will play on Jarvis Field, Freshmen on Soldiers Field. Courts will be reserved but must be paid for at the regular rates.

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