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TENNIS ENTRIES CLOSE AT 6

Freshmen Urged to Sign.--Prizes Offered to Winner and Runner Up.

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All entries for the University tennis championship in singles must be made before 6 P. M. this evening accompanied by the entrance fee of 50 cents. Only a few Freshmen have entered thus far, and in order to make the tournament a success it is essential that there be a large number of entries. Freshmen will find blue-books at the Rendezvous and upperclassmen at Leavitt & Peirce's. Prizes will be given the winner and the runner-up.

Entries for the doubles tournament must be made before Tuesday at 6 o'clock. The entry fee is $1 per team and entries may be made at the same places as the singles.

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