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Squash Tournament is to Get Under Way in Dunster

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Play in the Dunster House squash tournament will begin next week, when 90 undergraduates will compete for places on the House team. Interest in the tourney is added by the fact that the five winners will represent the House in the Class D play of the Massachusetts State Squash Racquets Association tournament in December.

The squash courts at Dunster house are proving extremely popular. Up until yesterday so many students living outside the House used them that it has been necessary to limit the privilege of the courts to members of the House and their guests. This was done in order that the residents might have no difficulty in obtaining the use of a court at any time. The courts are open from 7 o'clock in the morning until 11 o'clock at night.

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