The end of the first day's play for the University Doubles Championship finds most of the first round matches completed. Three teams, among them the second seeded combination of Alden Briggs IG.B. and G. N. Perkins '26, reached the third round.
Play continued to progress in the singles tournament, 13 of the third-round matches being completed by last night. While all the seeded players advanced, the number of three-set matches indicate that the competition is steadily increasing.
J. L. Fly SL, was forced to three sets before downing E. C. Gale '27. If he can overcome W. T. Smith '26, seeded number eight, he will probably meet R. A. Magowan '27, who yesterday eliminated N. A. Barber IG.B., at 4-6.6 s.6-2.
UNION TOURNEY ENTERS INITIAL ROUND TODAYWith the close of the Jackson Cup tennis singles last Friday afternoon, tennis players and fans are turning their attention
FORTY-FIVE PLAYERS ON ENTRY LIST FOR SQUASH TOURNAMENTThe draw of the College Squash tournament which was posted yesterday reveals an entry list of 45 players. Of the
UNION TENNIS BEGINS TO GET INTERESTINGThe Whitbeck vs. Stralem tennis match this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock is the first match of the Union tennis tournament
SQUASH TOURNAMENTS ADVANCE AS SEEDED MEN WIN HANDILYAll of the University squash tournaments are progressing true to the expectations of fans, for the seeded players have won
SCIENTISTS ASKED TO FIFTH UNIVERSITY TEAThe fifth University Tea will be held in the Living Room of the Harvard Union this afternoon from 4.30 to