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TENNIS FAVORED AGAIN AS FALL SPORT BY 1939

Swimming, Rowing, and Football Are Close Behind--Only 14 Managers Recorded by H. A. A.

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Tennis again proved the favorite sport for Freshmen compulsory athletics, with 212 electing that sport, while the managerial competitions failed to attract more than 14.

Swimming, the second most popular sport this year as last, has 186 devotees to compare with the 165 of 1934.

Founding moved up from eight place to seventh, supplanting informal fall track, while the popularity of fall baseball doubled. At the same time the number of these taking part in cross country was almost cut in half in comparison with last year.

The summary follows;

Tennis 212; Swimming 186; Singles 152; Crow 143; Football 93; Soccer 51; Fencing 29; Track 84; Baseball 29; Cross Country 17; Miscellaneous 16; Managers 14.

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