A two day respite caused by New Haven rains comes to an end this afternoon when the Varsity tennis team finally plays off its big one at Yale, followed tomorrow by a home match with Princeton that will wind up the 1948 net season.
Coach Jack Barnaby will send the same lineup into the Eli tussle that has won nine out of its last ten matches. But the Bulldogs will still reign as top heavy favorites on the basis of the wealth of tournament stars that fill their top six positions. The Tigers, too, loom as favorites for tomorrow's match on the Soldiers Field courts.
Unlike their Varsity mates, the Freshman should come out on top today when they meet the little Bulldogs, also at New Haven. By comparative scores the Yardlings' nine successive wins make them the better team.
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