Sport: Longwood Bowl

Seriously stage-struck when he found himself facing the famous Internationalist, R. Norris Williams II., Harvey Snodgrass, of Los Angeles, lost the finals for the Longwood (Boston) Bowl, 2-6, 4-6, 2-6. Throughout the early stages of the tournament the playing of Snodgrass, a newcomer, had been sensational, Williams, though several times in the finals for the Bowl, won it for the first time in ten years' play.

The doubles championship of the tournament remained in the East when Arnold W. Jones, of Yale, and William W. Ingraham, of Harvard, defeated Snodgrass and Wallace...

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