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% s w Bob Odman ii » 3 ■r- - .-;:!»l Lefty Loquvam and Odman spinning racquets with two Whitman opponents Idaho, Oregon State and Washington State were all blanked, 7 to 0, by the Huskies, while the Oregon Ducks managed to win one match, losing 6 to I . Washington players were Loquvam, Odman, " Righty " and " Lefty " Eden, Holbrook, LeFebvre, Frank Watanabe, Bob Laudwein and Bob Butterfield. Doug LeFebvre Righty Eden
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Ttnnis 1941 LEFT TO RIGHT— Frank Watanabe, Lefty Eden, Ait Holbiook, Lefty Loquvam, Bob Odnaan, Doug LeFebvie, Righty Eden. yf Sweeping through its regular schedule undefeated and with the loss of but a single match, the Husky net squad finished a perfect season with its fourth straight Northern Division championship. Coach Jack Torney had little trouble finding talent for the 194! edition of Washington tennis — his chief worries were In fitting the right men In the right spot. Only two of the five returning letter men — Art Holbrook and " Lefty " Loquvam — were on the varsity at the end of the season. The other positions were filled by men up from the preceding year ' s championship squad. Washington players took five of the six gold medals annually awarded Northern Division titllsts by the U. S. Lawn Tennis Association. Captain Bob Odman lost the coveted singles crown to Mervin Miller, Washington State ace, 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3. Final score In the playoffs, held here, was Washington 14, Washington State 7, Idaho 5, Oregon 5, Oregon State I . Captain Odman teamed with Loquvam to win the doubles title. The pair defeated " Righty " Eden and Doug LeFebvre In an all-Washington final, 6-3, 6-4. 200
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ffiosH itnfiis LEFT TO RIGHT — Ray Cobley, Hal Thompson, Johnny Hanson, Clare Reeves, Royal BIsbee, Don Peck, Jack Pierce, Manager. yf Though small and inexperienced, Coach Jack Torney ' s 1941 fiosh tennis squad won nine of its sixteen meets, and ranked itself close to the best freshmen teams of recent years. Weak at the be- ginning of the season, the squad improved with each match, finishing the campaign a strong oppo- nent to every team it faced. Number one man of the Husky frosh was Don Peck, former Garfield high-school captain and three times an all-city star. He was junior champion of the state, and proved to be easily the top player of the squad. Royal Bisbee, who came to the University from India, played in the number two position, win- ning almost all his matches. Johnny Hansen, number three man, overcame lack of height to establish himself on the Husky squad and won impressive victories in both singles and doubles. Harry Holland, the new yell king, was number four player. Other men on the team included Ray Cobley, Jim French, Don Hal lin, Bob Layton, Leonard Nev- ler, Clair Reeves, Harold Thompson and Keith Welts. Closest match of the season was a loss to Garfield high, 5 to 4. Biggest victory was a 9 to win over a team from the University Daily, and worst defeat was an 8 to 2 beating by Stadium high of Tacoma. 202
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