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At a meeting of the tennis letterman, held yesterday afternoon at Notman's. John Fonda Ward Whitbeck '27 of Bronxville, N. Y., was unanimously reelected captain of the University net team for next year.
Whitbeck prepared for Harvard at Loomis, where he starred with his brother, now Freshman captain, both as singles players, and as a formidable doubles combination. Since entering the University, the recently reelected leader has played on two tennis teams, being ineligible for the spert during his Freshman year. During his Sophomore year, Whitbeck played number two man, being preceded in the ranking by Captain W. W. Ingraham '25, former University net star.
During the past season, Whitbeck has played number one, and has been undefeated with the exception of one match, that against Princeton. In the final match against Yale. Whitbeck blasted the Eli hopes by vanquishing Watkins in the match that started the Crimson landslide.
During the season just completed, the University racquet wielders met with but one reverse, losing a close decision to Princeton. Big Three Champion, by the score of 5-4.
Of the men that played against Yale this year, Allen, Lawsen, Perkins, Pratt, and Smith are the only men graduating. Allen and Lawsen were not regulars, having played most of the season on the Second team. With Whitbeck, Gordon, and Lenhart as a nucleus and with a strong. Second and Freshman team to draw on for replacements. Coach Cowles should find little difficulty in building up another strong team next year.
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