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The "athletic for all" policy, instituted with the advent of W. J. Bingham '16 to the directorship of Harvard athletics has taken another step forward with the formation of a squash league to supplement the already functioning class team league. With such teams entered as the University Hall five, the Proctors, the H. A. A., the Economics Department, the Sports Managers and the CRIMSON, the league may best be described as miscellaneous.
A trophy has been offered by the athletic powers of the University, and the contestants have increased the prize at stake by agreeing to give the championship outfit a dinner at the Harvard Club of Boston at the end of the season.
To date only one match has been played, resulting in a victory for the Proctors of the Freshman Halls, led by J. W. D. Seymour '17, Secretary to the University for Information and Proctor of Smith Hall over the H. A. A.
With all the other teams demanding more practice before risking their chances of a free meal on the squash courts, the newly formed CRIMSON outfit will play the confident H. A. A. aggregation today at noon. The newspapermen will have on their team the President, the Managing Editor, the Business Manager, and a News Editor, and a Photographic Editor of the CRIMSON. The inhabitants of the Union bandstand have not yet decided upon their final line-up, but their first three representatives are an follows. Number 1.
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