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With a meeting to be held in the Squash courts at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon, and the start of a managerial competition for Sophomores, the University squash racquets season will officially open, according to an announcement made yesterday by Manager G. H. Perkins '26.
The meeting will include brief talks by Captain G. D. Debevoise '26, and Coach Harvey Cowles.
On Monday, November 9, the annual College tournament will begin from which the members of this year's team will be picked. A large number of candidates are expected by Coach Cowles to enter the competition for positions on the squad. Graduation hit last year's national championship team hard by taking W. P. Dixon '25, national individual title holder, and E. M. Upjohn '25. Captain Debevoise and H. N. Rawlins '27, are the only veterans left, but there are several of last year's Freshmen and second team players who will compete for berths on Team A this fall.
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