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Orme Wilson Jr. '42 of Washington, D.C was elected captain of the Harvard Varsity tennis team for 1942 at a meeting of the lettermen yesterday afternoon, Wilson has been a member of the tennis team for the last two years, winning a minor H each year.
Wilson prepared for Harvard at St. Mark's School where he competed in football, tennis, and soccer. He is 20 years of age, weighs 155 pounds, and stands six feet tall. He was captain of his Freshmen tennis team and also won numerals in Freshman squash.
In addition to his tennis letter during his Sophomore year, he won a letter in squash, He was a member of the squash squad this year too but did not play in the Yale match. He succeeds Rosslyn A. Lyelf '41 of Ryc, N.Y. as tennis captain.
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