The squash team will take on a mediocre Dartmouth squad tomorrow afternoon at 2 in the Hemenway courts. Though the Crimson nine may not be the world's greatest, it is probably a lot closer to the top than the Indians. Dartmouth will come steaming into Cambridge fresh from the short end of one 90 shutout and in some danger of picking up another.
The return of Doug Poole, together with the results of several challenge matches played this week, has juggled the Crimson's lineup slightly. Nevertheless, the same players who have seer action all year will play tomorrow, except for Tony Lake, who cannot make the match.
Dartmouth's big problem this year, like the Crimson's, has been inexperience. With only three lettermen returning, the Indians have had to move five sophomores up into the top nine, producing only fairly satisfactory results.
Phil Meyer will be facing the Crimson's Peter Smith at number one. Meyer, a 5 ft., 7 in. junior, was good enough to squeak by Lake in last year's match, but has yet to achieve a notable victory this year.
Other Green players high on the ladder are Ron Picket, primarily a tennis player, and Captain Rick Reed.
Hampy Howell will hold down his usual number two spot tomorrow, but the man to play behind him is still unknown. Either Bob Schwartzman or Roger Welgand, who passed Paul Sullivan earlier this week, is a probable third position man. Poole and Sullivan will both be in the middle of the ladder somewhere.
Clark Grew has moved up to number seven, ahead of Doug Walter. Alec McDonell will play at nine.