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Tie in Interclass Tennis Tightens

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Darkness again prevented the completion of the interclass tennis tournament. Two matches, however, were played, which served only to tighten the tie between 1923 and 1922, each of which now has two matches. Both of yesterday's matches were closely contested. In the first, J. W. Farnham '23 required three sets to dispose of R. P. Parker '22, 5-7, 6-3, 7-5. Parker carried every point to the limit, but Farnham was steadier, more certain. Likewise F. S. Hill '22 had a close round with M. Grabau '23, though the former's superiority was clearer evidenced. Grabau pushed the first set, allowing Hill to win only by 7-5; in the second set, he bowed to Hill's sweeping game and succumbed to the score of 6-3. The other matches will be played today and tomorrow. The finals of the Union singles will be run off at 3 this afternoon on Divinity.

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