Played on the Oregon State College team during the late 1950’s.
Ranked number 1 in the Pacific Northwest in Men’s Open doubles with brother Ted.
Runner-up in the Oregon State Men’s Open singles tournament to Jack Neer in 1968.
Runner-up in the Oregon State Men’s Open doubles tournament in 1958 and 1969.
Winner of the Portland City Men’s Open singles tournament over Bill Rose in 1966. Runner-up in 1971.
Winner of the Portland city Men’s Open doubles tournament in 1961, 1965, 1966. Runner-up in 1960, 1962, 1964, 1967.
Winner of the Oregon State Indoor tournament over Jack Neer at the Irvington Club in 1970.
Played in the U.S. Nationals at Forest Hills, N.Y. in 1969 — the last year it was on grass.
Won the Canadian National 35 singles championships held on the clay courts in Vancouver B.C. in 1970.
Won the Canadian National 35 doubles championships on clay in Quebec City in 1971.
Ranked number 1 in the Pacific Northwest in both singles and doubles in senior events on several occasions.
Jim currently plays in senior tournaments, mostly in doubles.
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