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Henry Foster easily defeated Blair Murphy of Yale to win in the finals of the University. Club of New York's 16th invitation intercollegiate squash racquets tournament last Saturday. Foster won in straight games, 15-11, 15-9, and 15-10.
Foster, captain of the squash team, had to go five games to win in the semifinals from Charles Ufford, number three player on the team.
George Cummings, University Club professional, commented on Foster after the final match, "He's one of the best players I've seen since the war." Foster had been seeded first in the tournament.
In his semi-finals, Murphy defeated Joseph Clark in four games. Clark had previously beaten Wesleyan's John Henz.
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