Harvard's undefeated squash team--its ranks sorely depleted--faces McGill University, Canada's top team, in Montreal this afternoon.
The dream match between national collegiate champion Anil Nayar of Harvard and McGill's Peter Martin will not take place. Nayar and Crimson captain Rick Sterne are both in Bombay, India to attend the wedding of Nayar's sister. In addition Harvard will miss the services of Peter Abrams, its number nine player. Abrams is competing at the National Junior Squash Tournament in Connecticut.
Sophomore Larry Terrell faces the difficult task of playing Martin. Two weeks ago, the Canadian won a major U.S. tournament in New York by defeating America's number one ranking men's player, Samuel Howe.
Despite its loses, Coach Jack Barnaby's squad still has superior depth and should beat McGill to register its fifth straight win of the season.