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HINKLE REACHES FINALS IN COLLEGE SQUASH RACQUETS TOURNAMENT

DIXON ONLY UNIVERSITY PLAYER STILL IN STATE TOURNAMENT

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E. M. Hinkle '23 forced his way into the finals of the College squash tournament yesterday when he defeated J. J. Glessner '25 in a five game match marked by long, stiff rallies. The loser's opposition was far greater than expected. The first two games went to Hinkle. Runing through the initial session 15-10, he started to let up as Glessner came through to a 14-11 lead, but Hinkle's power then asserted itself and he hit the ball hard for a 17-15 win. His streak lasted until he had obtained a commanding lead in the third game, also, only to have Glessner come from behind and take the game 15-13 and capture the next 15-10. After that, Glessner was never dangerous. His shots were nervously executed, while Hinkle smashed the ball unrelentingly for a final score of 15-9.

F. I. Carpenter '24 was the winner over E. M. Upjohn '25 in the remaining third round match. The scores were 15-10, 10-15, 15-11.

Carpenter will meet W. P. Dixon '25 today at 3 o'clock in what should be an extremely close match. The winner will engage Hinkle in the finals for the championship tomorrow.

In the Massachusetts Squash Racquets Championship tournament, W. P. Dixon '25 is the only surviving University player. He will meet the winner of the match between F. W. Crocker and J. O. Stubbs, and should come through for a struggle with C. C. Peabody, the defending champion, in the semi-final round.

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