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SQUASH TEAM WINS TWO MATCHES IN NEW YORK

Defeats Racquet and Tennis Club and Yale in Informal Contests 5-0 and 4-1 Respectively--Dixon Defeats Metropolitan Champion

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Two informal post-season victories were gained by the University squash team at New York over the Racquet and Tennis Club of New York on Saturday by a score of 5-0, and over Yale yesterday by 4-1. Both matches were played informally at the Racquet and Tennis Club courts.

Saturday's clean sweep was marked by keenly contested play, only one match being won in straight games. W. P. Dixon '25 showed up especially well in defeating Henry Harper who recently won the Metropolitan championship.

In the Yale match, L. E. Williams, national intercollegiate lawn tennis champion, was the only Blue winner, beating A. L. Smith '25 in a closely contested struggle.

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