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We had a doubles match and a tea fight over in the club today, and the goddess of the other court put in an appearance. She's a heap sight better looking on the other court than on ours. "Distance lends enchantment to the view." Cheer up, boys, - being a married man myself, she never interested me. Smith and Besse got two out of three sets, and they're going to play the rest - for best three out of five - off tomorrow.

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Will, Smith and Besse did a bright thing today. They lost the other two sets of the doubles, so we're licked. 

The Sweet Young Thing showed up again, and this time the editor had quite a chat with her. She is pleasant, [[strikethrough]] even [[/strikethrough]] if of no great beauty, but she really doesn't know her way about.

She told me I talked through my nose, too. Gee whiz!
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