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Graduate Racquetmen Defeat Visiting Cambridge Squad

Olmsted, Burbank, Mazel, and Bissell Win for Crimson

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A strong squad of Crimson graduates defeated the visiting Cambridge racquetmen yesterday afternoon on the University Squash Courts, 4 to 1.

Olmsted, Burbank, Mazel, and Bissell, all won their matches for the Crimson. Carpentier, the only graduate to lose, assumed a handicap by consenting to use the slower English ball in his match.

Y00esterday's matches; the second defeat for the Englishmen in two starts here, proved conclusively superiority of the American game. The Cambridge racquetmen are the first British collegiate squash team ever to compete in United States.

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