Canadians Bring Strong Team to Play Crimson--Freshmen Take on Browne and Nichols

In facing McGill University this afternoon at 3.30 on Divinity Courts, the Crimson tennis team will run up against the best of the Canadian net men. Four singles matches and two doubles will be played and the visiting team is counting on Crocker and Wright, their most brilliant players, to score points for them in both singles and doubles.

The University line-up has been shifted for today's matches and Fenno will lead off as number 1 man, followed by Duane, Feibleman and Bradley. In the doubles Fenno will team up with Duane while Feibleman and J. D. Farnham will be the second pair.

On Saturday the Crimson players will meet the Elis and late in June will play in the Intercollegiates. The former match should be exceedingly close for both teams have gone down to defeat at the hands of Princeton, which has gained the Big Three championship.

The Freshman team will also have a hard match today when it meets the Browne and Nichols men at 3.30 o'clock on the Divinity Courts. The yearlings will line up with Captain Pfaffman in the lead off position; C. W. Farnham as number 2, and with Cummings, DuBois Reynal and Crosby following