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Seven Varsity netmen have been delegated by Coach Harry Cowles to travel southward next week. Captain Germain G. Glidden '36, Robert L. Bentley, 2d '36, James J. Fuld '37, August C. Helmholtz, 2nd '36, Gordon F. Robertson '36, James J. Thackara '36, and Herbert S. Wallis '36 will make the trip.
The team will leave next Thursday afternoon and will meet Pennsylvania on Friday. A match with Annapolis has been scheduled for the following day.
15 Yardlings Get Jump
Fifteen Yardling racquetmen have been chosen by Cowles to practice indoors for the past few weeks, but as is the case with the Varsity, there will be a tournament for other candidates starting April 6.
Those already working out are Arthur E. Brown, Jr., winner of the fall tournament, Cleveland Amory, runner-up in the same, Jack D. Andrews, Francis H. Appleton 3d., James M. Arensberg. Oliver P. Bolton, Arthur H. Brooks, Jr., Morton L. Davis, Jr., William P. Everts, Jr., Frederic W. Fuller, Jr., Donald H. Gordon, Walter S. Griscom, Jr., Andre J. Mendel. Charles N. Miles, and Murray L. Silberstein.
Once home these men will indulge in test matches, while other aspirants will have a chance to prove their worth in a tournament. The first match with Vale is scheduled May 15.
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