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At 3.30 o'clock this afternoon the 1929 Tennis Team will commence its first game of the season which will be against Milton Academy at Milton. The game this afternoon is the first game in a large number of years which the Freshman team has played against the Massachusetts schoolboys.
As today's game is the first of the year, it is difficult to make any prophecies about the results of the match. Judging, however, by the work which the team has done so far this year, it should be able to make a creditable showing against the Milton net men.
The 1929 team is made up of men who have had large experience while at school. B. H. Whitbeck Jr. who is number one man on the team, in addition to playing much tennis before coming to college, showed himself an excellent man on the courts during the Interscholastics held here last year.
The men who will play in the match this afternoon have been rated as follows: 1 Whitbeck, 2 Lisker, 3 Appleton, 4 Bailey, 5 Barnes, and 6 Cobb. There will also be three sets of doubles composed of Whitbeck and Lisker, Appleton and Balley, and Cobb and Hamilton.
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