Sport: Doubles

That twins make ideal doubles players was demonstrated last week when William and Chester Murphy, identical twins, wound up their tennis careers at the University of Chicago. Playing in the Big Ten ennis championships at Chicago, the solemn-faced Murphys outplayed the star doubles teams of eight rival colleges, won the doubles title without losing a set. In three years of varsity tennis (including three Big Ten championships), they had never lost a doubles match, had dropped only two sets.

In singles play, their records have been identical too. Crooked-nosed Chet, No. 1 singles player on the Chicago squad, has been defeated...

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