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LAWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT

Matches for Singles Championship of Massachusett Starts June 10.

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The twentieth annual lawn tennis tournament for the singles championship of Massachusetts, which is open to all Harvard students, will be held on June 10 and the days following at the Longwood Cricket Club, at Brookline. N. W. Niles '09, who holds the championship from last year, will be called upon to defend his title against the winner of the tournament.

Entries, accompanied by a fee of $1 may be sent to Mr. Richard Bishop, 1569 Beacon street, Brookline, up to 4 o'clock on June 9. The tournament will be played on grass courts and matches will begin daily at 3 o'clock. Prizes will be awarded the winner and the runner-up. All matches will be best two in three sets, except the challenge match, which will be best three in five sets.

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