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Coach Jack Barnaby's tennis team will meet three outfits during the next four days, starting with an encounter with the Harvard Graduates team at 2:30 today on the Divinity Courts. Robert Bentley '36 is the number 1 racquet wielder for the visitors.

Tomorrow the netmen will take on M.I.T. and Princeton is carded for a Saturday tilt. Last year the Tigermen pinned an overwhelming defeat on the Crimson.

The Crimson singles positions will be the same as in the Miami match two days ago, with Dick Dorson, squash ace, at the first position followed by George Lowman, Hubert Hauck, Captain Jim Fuld, Alvah Sulloway, and Elwood Henneman. These men have borne the burden so far this season, compiling a record of three wins, two losses.

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