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I930 Tenni By Bill Howard Hynes Serves a Deadly Ball W, INDING up his long career as tennis coach at the Uni- versity of Washington, Jimmy Arbuth- not developed a strong net entry that tied with Oregon for the Northwest title. The Webfeet had previously been almost invincible, having won six con- secutive matches from the hluskies the year before. During his stay here, Arbuthnot de- veloped Wally Scott, who won the National Intercollegiate singles title several years ago, and also turned out a number of slightly less capable rac- quet wielders. The Husky racquet squad opened the season by defeating the Olympic Club team, 8-0, and trouncing the Seattle Tennis Club outfit, five matches to four. Billy Newkirk and Lloyd Nordstrom won a hard three-set match from Langlie and De Turenne, 7-5, 2-6, 8-6, to de- cide the latter fray. Opening the Intercollegiate season, Washington defeated Oregon State five matches to two. Nordstrom, New- kirk, Hoyt, hlynes and McClarren car- ried the burden for Washington. The Huskies tied with Oregon, 3-3, in a match played at Eugene to decide the Northwest champion. Lockwood and Almquist of the Webfeet proved too strong for the Huskies and carried their four-man team through to a tie. In the fight for the Coast Confer- ence doubles crown, Nordstrom and Newkirk of Washington lost to Foster and Hall of Stanford, 6-4, 6-0. The Huskies had little trouble dispos- ing of Washington State in a dual meet a week later and won every match. Washington closed the season by nos- 181
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Hutchinson, The Huskies closed the season with a pair of victories over Washington State by scores of 9-2 and 16-6. Babe Barbaris was outstanding during the series. Rain caused the postponement of two scheduled games with Idaho. Bill hlutchinson, two-year letterman, was elected to captain the 1931 team and Lee Olwell was chosen manager. One of the highlights of the season was the announcement that Harry White, star infielder, had been signed by the Cleveland Indians. White hit .484 during the season and had another year of competition before him had he not elected to cast his lot with the ma- jor league club. Waltz, Nelson Letters were awarded to eighteen men at the close of the season. Those receiving the awards were: Captain Wilson Gaw, Captain-elect Bill Hutch- inson, Blackie Nevins, Eddie Hagist, Babe Barbaris, Harry White, Rudy Tol- lefson, Claude Brannon, Ed Putnam, " Gabby " Harnett, John Dobson, Bill Waltz, Buzz Hooper, Ned Nelson, Lamar Gaw, Bob Dignon and Warren Brown. Freshmen awarded numerals were: Mitchell Hewitt, Jack Anschutz, Frank Anderson, Jack Bergstrom, Homer Ber- gren, Marion Felt, Robert Fitzgerald, Lawrence Jolley, Gren Jordan, Mans- field Lawson, Ray Morse, Francis Wight and Chris Wenger. 180
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Nordstrom, Hoyt, McClarren, Hynes, Newkirk Ing out Whitman, two matches to one, winning the doubles after Worth Os- wald had defeated Newkirk in one singles match and Nordstrom had won the other. George hHoyt was elected captain for the 1931 season succeeding Don McClarren. Five men were awarded letters. Those included were: Captain Don Mc- Clarren, Captain-elect George Hoyt, Kyren hlynes, Billy Newkirk, and Lloyd Nordstrom. Hoyt and Nordstrom will form the nucleus for the 1931 squad. The Frosh team had a fairly success- ful season. Numerals were awarded to Robert Sletterdahl, Mott Rieke, Ren Pierson, Hilton Talbot and Joe Ellerby. 18.:
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