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Singles Matches All Won By Two Games; Yardlings Defeated

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Losing only the last doubles match, the Crimson racquetmen swamped the Cornell tennis team 8 to 1 on the Soldiers Field courts Saturday afternoon.

Hauck, Burt, Lowman, Gilkey, Sulloway and Palfrey won all their single matches in two games. Captain Sulloway fought his last game out to win 8-6. Hauck and Legg game out to win 8-6, match. Gordon and Bolton paired up to win the second doubles match for the Crimson and Bolton paired up to win the second doubles match for the Crimson contingent. Muther and Everts of Harvard were defeated 8-6, 6-3.

The Freshman tennis team was defeated by the Alumni on Saturday 6-2.

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