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Squash players will be interested in the latest device to simplify their game. A machine has recently been patented in England which rings a bell when the ball strikes the telltale. The usual red line is painted on five delicately pivoted strips. When the ball touches one it swings, establishing an electrical connection which rings the bell.
Harry Cowles, Squash coach, says that if the device is foolproof the American Squash Association should look into it, since the decisions of the judges are often doubtful.
This bit of news was sent over from England by Arthur W. Patterson '32, captain of squash that year. He is still interested in the game, and was considered the best of the American International team which the English recently defeated.
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