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As a result of two semi-finals played yesterday afternoon in the wind and rain at Divinity Field. A1 Everts, defending champion, and Hob Freedman, seeded number two, will fight it out for top honors in the final round of the University tennis tournament.
Everts, a sparkling Sophomore netman with a host of junior titles to his credit, defeated tennis captain Form Wilson in two straight sets, 6-4, 6-4. Wilson jumped to an early lead in the first set, but the foreign game of his opponent was too much for him, keeping him definitely in the background for the rest of the match.
In the other semi-final match, Junior Jim Jenkins, seeded number three fell before the onslaught of Hob Freedman, singles star on last year's Yale team, by the score of 6-0, 7-5. Pending, good were the finals will probably be played this Friday at the Divinity courts.
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