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TENNISTS HAVE TROUBLE WITH PUBLIC COURT SYSTEM

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Two members of the Varsity tennis squad, Stuart M. Wyeth '38 and William P. Everts '39, spent an unprofitable afternoon yesterday looking for playable courts. They hired a couple of bicycles and pedalled to the public courts two miles down Memorial Drive.

Upon their arrival, Wyeth and Everts were happy to see that a court was just being vacated. Their pleasure was short-lived, however, since the occupants proceeded to take away the net. The Harvardians protested, but the occupants announced that it was their own net and refused even to consider a 25 cent rental. After a short argumentative game without any net, Wyeth and Everts withdrew.

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