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LAW STUDENT AIDS FENCER'S CLUB TO EPEE CHAMPIONSHIP

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Another laurel was acquired by University foilsmen when C. J. Shearn 2L won five out of his six epee bouts in New York as a member of the Fencers Club Team which fought and conquered teams from Yale, Washington Square Fencers, The New York Athletic Club, and the J. Sanford Saltus Club for the United States Junior Epee Team Championship.

When questioned as, to the meet, Coach J. L. Danguy of the University Fencing Team explained that Shearn started his career as a foilsman in the Hemenway Gymnasium when a Freshman. He was a member of two winning University Teams and finally dropped the foil for the epee. His exceptionally skillful work in the recent New York meet makes it appear likely that he will become one of the several championship fencers produced by the University.

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