Sport: College Tennis

Last Spring, John Vanryn, Princeton senior, sat pleasantly near the top of the world of U. S. tennis. He was sixth ranking player in the country. Educators, thoughtful parents had applauded with enthusiasm his decision to take his college degree rather than a good chance for the Davis Cup Team. The degree assured, Student Vanryn went to the Merion Cricket Club (Haverford, Pa.) seeded player in the Intercollegiates.

Last week, Vanryn went down in five brilliant sets before the onslaught of small, chunky Julius Seligson, Lehigh sophomore,...

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