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Winning two matches and losing one, the Crimson netmen enjoyed a fairly successful spring trip. On April 6 the team met defeat at the hands of the University of North Carolina, 8-1, but came back to tumble Duke, 8-1, and Navy, 7-2, on April 7 and 10 respectively.
George Lowman was the only singles player to win all three matches. Hubert Hauck, playing at the No. 1 position, lost to his North Carolina opponent, but won his next two matches in straight sets. These two teamed as the No. 1 doubles combination and dropped only two games in their match against Duke and only four against Navy.
Those who made the spring trip were Captain Jim Fuld, Dick Dorson, Hubert Hauck, George Lowman, Al Sulloway, Elwood Henneman, and Art Brown.
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