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PAT ON THE BACK
June 25, 1956
TOURING RACKETERSThese four Harvard court-tennis stars form the nucleus of the team to represent the U.S. in the first international intercollegiate competition in France and England next month. Three Yales and one Princeton complete the squad. The centuries-old game is being revived in this country by Ivy League enthusiasts; Harvard swept this year's tournament 13-1. Left to right are Nicholas Ludington Jr., Edward Harding, Randall Hackett and John Mortimer.
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June 25, 1956

Pat On The Back

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TOURING RACKETERS
These four Harvard court-tennis stars form the nucleus of the team to represent the U.S. in the first international intercollegiate competition in France and England next month. Three Yales and one Princeton complete the squad. The centuries-old game is being revived in this country by Ivy League enthusiasts; Harvard swept this year's tournament 13-1. Left to right are Nicholas Ludington Jr., Edward Harding, Randall Hackett and John Mortimer.

THE NINE ZENDERS
The Deming (Wash.) Loggers semipro team in the Northwest League is a family affair, comprising the nine Zender brothers, all redheaded, and ranging in age from Jim, 16, to Pete, 34. All nine also golf, fish, swim and play basketball in winter, and work for the family logging business (Zee Brothers). Last year they lost the Northwest pennant by one game. Standing (left to right) are Pete, Nick, John, Lawrence, Jake, Dan, Jim and Bernie. In front: Dick.

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