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BETTER FENCING TEAM PREDICTED THIS YEAR

Squad Members Ready for Intramural Competition; No Outside Matches 'Til February

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With prospects bright for a "better team than last year," Claude H. Sprouse '38, fencing manager, announced last night the beginning Saturday of competition among squad members.

The record that Sprouse aims to beat was spotty. The team lost most of its meets, though it made great strides as the season progressed. With seven lettermen back, Coach Peroy will have a solid foundation on which to build an improved team.

Squad Chosen

Although the season does not begin until early in February, the squad has already been selected. Those chosen and the division in which they will compete are:

Saber: Edwin S. Skinner '38, captain, Joseph T. Doyle '39, Nathaniel H. Batchelder, Jr. '39, Joseph W. Goldzieher '40.

Epee: J. William Croach, Jr., '40, Edward G. Davis, Jr., '38, Lester C. Miller '39, Halford W. Park, Jr., '40, Eugene L. Saenger '38, and Hans H. Zinsser '38.

Foil: Cranston F. Jones '40, Albert H. Labastie '40, W. Scott Long, Jr., '39 and Robert O. Miller '40.

The complete schedule follows:

February 12--Brown at Providence.

February 19--Hartford Fencers Club at Hartford.

February 25--Bowdoin at Cambridge.

February 26--M.I.T. at M.I.T.

March 5--Pentagonal Meet at Princeton.

March 12--Columbia at Cambridge.

March 19--Yale at Cambridge.

March 22--Rollins at Cambridge.

April 15-16--Intercollegiate Meet at New York

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