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STATE SQUASH TOURNAMENT MOVES INTO THIRD ROUND

Jansen, Seeded Player, Topples Shelton

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The Massachusetts Squash Racquets Tournament moved into the third round of the competition yesterday with three matches played on the University squash courts. Although the tournament is officially in the third round, it is in the second to all practical purposes because of the huge number of first round byes.

T. E. Jansen, seeded third, of the Cambridge Squash Racquets Club, defeated E. M. Shelton '31 of Harvard. 15-8, 15-12, 12-15, 15-12; W. F. Rowe of the Union Boat Club defeated A. R. Bolt of Newton Center in five games: F. P. Frasier of the Tennis and Racquets Club defeated P. M. Goddard of Lincoln's Inn. 18-17, 16-18, 15-7, 15-13.

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