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Winding up its most successful season in recent years, the Varsity Squash Team A will meet Yale in New Haven on Saturday afternoon in what promises to be a close battle.
Both the Crimson and the Blue have defeated Princeton in the only contest upon which comparison may be made. Yale won in a very close match by the score of six to one, while the Tiger proved an easy victim for Coach Harry E. Cowles' men, falling by the score of seven to nothing.
Lining up for the Crimson in number one position as usual will be Germain G. Glidden '36. Richard W. Gilder '36 and Captain E. Rotan Sargent '36 will play numbers two and three respectively. In fourth position will be Donald E. Jackson '37.
Completing the roster will be Alvah W. Sulloway '38, Richard M. Dorson '37, John L. Clark '36, James J. Thackara '36, and Jeffrey R. Short, Jr. Manager Albert G. Hale '36 will accompany the team.
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