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The Crimson Squash season got off to a good start Saturday, an expected, when the varsity crushed Dartmouth in Hanever; 20 to 1, and the freshmen defeated St. Paul's School, 4 to 1, at Homeaway Gymnasium.

Muggay Mugeseth at number one for the varsity, was the only man to lose his match, playing the Indian captain, Sam Forster. In the other ten matches Harvard lost only four games. Eleven matches were played instead of the usual also because Dartmouth had eleven men on its team.

Behind Mugaseth, Crimson winners were Captain Jim Bacon at number two, Dave Symmes, three, Dave Watts, four, Akie Flagg, Five, Wis Wood, six, Charlie Elliott. seven, Larry Brownell, eight, Mike Ward, nine, and Steve Sonnabend, 10 and 11.

Fardling number one man, Bill Wister, also lost, but the rest of the team won.

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