Lawrence Foster 3L will be one player in the University squash tournament finals as a result of his defeating Channing Wakefield 3L yesterday in straight sets, 18-15, 18-16, 15-7. Foster's victory was a distinct upset, especially so since Foster seemed to take things easy with last year's champion and finished the final set with the lop-sided score of 15-7. Coach Harry Cowles refereed the match. This afternoon at 4 o'clock the other semi-finals match will be played in court 14 in the University Squash Courts Building. W. P. Dixon '23, captain of the University team, will meet Carroll Harrington '24. Coach Cowles will referee.
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