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HAMER SCORES ONLY MICHIGAN
VICTORY iN SINGLES
MATCH
Nath, the rangy member of the
Chicago tennis team, was in the main
responsible for the defeat by a score

than against Ohio State, kept the Chi-
cago man moving constantly around
the court. His slow easy playing
seemed to get on his opponents ner-
ves, for after the sixth game of the
first set Lippmen began to put the ball
either in the net, or outside the back-
line continuely. Hamer wore his man
down, and the brilliant playing put up
by the small Maroon in the doubles
(Continued on Page Six)

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of two to one, inflicted by the Maroons
on the Michigan tennis team yester-
day afternoon, on Ferry field.
The work -of the Chicago men was
particularly spectacular in the dou-
bles, in which Lippman, Nath's team-
mate shared the honors in the victory.
Hamer and Egbert went down to de-
feat in straight sets, 6-2, 6-2, through
the sure playing of the visitors. Play-
ing Michigan to lose rather than them-
selves to win, the Maroons placed
their shots well, and in the end the
ball was usually driven into the net
by one of Coach Lee's men.
Michigan started out strongly, but
Egbert, getting over anxious on his
drives, seemed unable to locate the
top of the net after the third game.
Hamer played his consistant easy
game, giving them to his opponents to
drive out, rather than to drive the
points home himself.
Double Faults Cavnse Loss
Double faults were plentiful
throughout the tournament, both
teams serving on an average of more
than one a game. This caused Mich-
igan the loss of severed games dur-
ing the two sets of doubles.
In the singles Hamer beat his op-
ponent Lippman in straight sets 6-3,
6-3, while Egbert lost to Nath, 10-8,

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