Squash Team Crushes Jeffs, 9-0

The Harvard

Justifying his standing as third-best amateur player in the country, Vio Niederhoffer topped Tom Poor with a a three-wall shot that drope dead off the front wall. Poor had recently Princeton's number one man, but Niederhoffer kept him the run.

John and John Theradiko let their get over five point. Jim Wyane, in the second in game of his career, his to best Amherst's John L, Peter Brooks, another new man, yellded only game to the Lord Jeffs' ob Lyster.

Harvard needed this practice and victory in order to build confidence to face Princeton, which is favored to win next month.

Mohibulla and Hashem Khan will play Harvard in an exhibition match in Hemenway Gym at 5 p.m. today. The two Pakistanis, reputed to be the best players in the world, are expected to annihilate Harvard.