After one narrow defeat and a close call for a second in singles, the University tennis team yesterday afternoon humbled the Pennsylvania sextet by the score of seven matches to two, losing one doubles contest. Though finally ending in defeat for the Crimson, the match between Captain G. W. Helm '20 and Fischer was one of the most closely contested of the season. Another spectacular encounter was furnished by L. A. de Turenne '21 and Goldsborough, the opposing captain, the match finishing after three sets in victory for the former. The other singles matches were generally walkaways for the Crimson.
In the doubles the outcome was less decisive, the visitors winning one out of the three matches played, which was doubtful until the last game.