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W. P. Dixon '25, yesterday annexed his second major squash title of the year, when he swept to a decisive three game victory over P. K. Keenan in the finals of the New York Metropolitan championships, while critics were proclaiming him as "the coolest and most brilliant player in years." The scores of the straight game triumph were, 15-9, 15-8, 15-13.
The national title holder who won the crown at Buffalo while leading the University racquet men to a national championship last year was the mainstay of the Crimson squad for three years as an undergraduate. His play in the Metropolitan tournament has evoked admiration from all who have seen him play, and his ultimate triumph was a foregone conclusion.
Dixon is now aiming at a second national championship, in the Washington, D. C. tournament, February 20, 21, and 22, at which he will defend his crown.
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