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GRADUATE SQUASH REACHES SEMI-FINALS OF TOURNAMENT

Representative Teams to Decide Final Championship

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S. Oliver 2GB was victorious Friday in the finals of the Business School squash tournament, with a 3 to 0 win over J. A. Robert IGB. S. B. Myers IG, who defeated J. K. Peterson 4G 3 to 2, is the champion of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences. A. E. H. Barker 11, was winner in the finals of the Law School tournament, with G. F. Goodyear 21, runner up.

At the University squash courts today a Law School team composed of A. E. H. Barker 11., G. F. Goodyear 21., W. C. Breed, Jr. 31., E. S. Stewart 21., and J. H. Forbes 31, meets five Graduate School players; S. B. Myers 1G. J. K. Peterson 4G. A. M. Pappenheimer, Jr. 1G., W. B. Bowers, 2d 1G, and H. F. Williamson 3G. The graduate schools championship will be decided on Tuesday when the winner of Monday's match opposes a Business School team made up of S. Oliver 2GB, J. A. Roberts 1GB. H. S. Lynn 2GB, J. F. Anderson 1GB, and F. F. Blettner, Jr. 2GB or A. P. Rogers 1GB.

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