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SENIOR CLASS MEETING.
We would urge the Tennis Association to be a little more persistent in its efforts to establish inter-collegiate tournaments. Our exchanges give frequent reports of the college tournaments, and seem to announce a deeper-felt interest in the game than would be surmised from the answers sent to our invitations. If the game is really as popular elsewhere as we are led to believe, surely a few enthusiasts will take same action towards final results, and will not let themselves be eclipsed by the greater energy of lacrosse men, who are now winning a more general recognition. The refusals from Yale and Princeton have very effectually shut off our association's advances, and unless it receive some new and unexpected impulse, it will, we fear, prove one of those beings which speaks only once in its existence, then without effect.