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ENTRIES CLOSE TODAY FOR COLLEGE SQUASH RACQUETS TOURNAMENT

TEAM TO MEET LINCOLN'S INN SOCIETY PLAYERS SATURDAY

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With a large number of men already entered, the annual Squash Racquets Tournament for the championship of the College will begin tomorrow. Today is the last day for entries and any member of the College, including Freshmen, may enter by signing at the University Squash Racquets Courts before 6 o'clock this evening. The entrance fee of 25 cents must accompany the name of the entrant. Nobody will, under any condition, be admitted to the tournament after tonight. All matches will be two out of three games, except the semi-finals and finals, which will be three out of five and will be played in Courts 7 and 14.

The Invitation Squash Racquets Tournament at the Newton Centre Squash Tennis Club, held during Christmas week, was won by Mr. C. C. Peabody. Channing Wakefield 2L.. the only University player entered, reached the third round. The University Squash Racquets team will enter its match with the Lincoln's Inn Society on Saturday with the latter a heavy favorite. Throughout the week the team has been practicing in the large courts, which are now provided with electric lights Any member of the squad, who wishes to play in these courts, may reserve them by signing with the janitor at his office a day ahead. Any member of the Lincoln's Inn Society may also take advantage of these courts during this week. Team B has been greatly strengthened for its competition for the League B championship by the return of Alexander Mackay-Smith '24, a regular on last year's team, who has been sick all fall.

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