The varsity squash team swept past an inexperienced Wesleyan squad yesterday, taking all nine individual matches and losing only one game in the process.
The Cardinals suffered from a general lack of form in their play, which was continually marred by jerky and at times awkward strokes. The only set any of them won was against sophomore Romer Holleran.
The other Crimson players--Captain Gerry Emmet, Fred Vinton, Tony Lake, Jorge Lemann, Peter Smith, Doug Poole, Alden Briggs, and Ed Vaughan--all won their matches by shut-outs, as did alternate Dick Chute. Tim Gallwey, usually the varsity's second man, was unable to make the trip but will play against Navy Saturday.
In Saturday's contest the Middies will be seeking to repeat their 1958 triumph, but this year the Crimson will be playing on its own courts. Overheated Annapolis courts last year irritated several varsity players.
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