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LAST DAY OF COLLEGE TENNIS

CHAMPIONSHIPS IN BOTH SINGLES AND DOUBLES TO BE DECIDED.

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The final match of the singles tournament for the College tennis championship will be played by W. M. Washburn '15 and J. J. Armstrong '14 on Holmes Field this afternoon at 2.45 o'clock. This match was originally scheduled for May 28, and three sets played on that day, Washburn winning the first two, 7-5, 6-4, but losing the third, 4-6. The score stood 6-6 in the fourth set when the play had to be discontinued. This last set will be played over again today, Washburn starting the match with a lead of one set over Armstrong.

The final match to decide the College doubles championship will be played on the same court immediately following the singles match. The contestants are J. c. Devereux '14 and E. R. Hastings, Jr., '14 vs. E. H. Whitney '14 and J. j. Armstrong '14.

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