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VARSITY FENCERS TRY FOR CHAMPIONSHIP WIN

Will Compete in Boston Tonight for Honors in New England Individual Foils Contest

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Fresh from a 12-5 victory over the Princeton blade-wielders, several members of the Varsity will go in tonight to the Boston Athletic Association to try for honors in the New England Individual Foils Championship and the qualifying preliminaries for the National Championships.

Members of the Graduate Fencing Team will also participate and if they perform according to previous championships they should place high.

The Varsity foilsmen who will probably enter are Robert C. Ackerman '36, Philip E. Lilienthal '36, John Reppun '36, and William F. Gerber '37, John G. Hurd 1L, who has won several previous meets. Gilbert Kerlin 2L, and Henry B. Wesselman 3L are the graduate fencers who intend to enter.

Wallace H. Cox, Edwin G. Davis, Jr., and John C. Rowley, Jr., the Freshman swordsmen who have contributed largely to the success of the '38 team in defeating all comers, may also participate.

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