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Varsity squash players will shoot for their ninth and tenth straight wins of the season today, against Trinity College at 4 p.m. and the Hartford Golf Club at 6 p.m. in two road matches.
The Crimson lineup has changed since it won the national title. Captain Henry Foster remains number one, but Hugh Nawn and Charlie Ufford have moved up to number two and number three, while Joe Clark has dropped to the number four slot.
Jim Bacon will be fifth man and Dave Watts sixth, while Dave Symmes has moved to number seven. Sam Hoar and Allston Flagg round out the varsity nine.
The varsity 'B' team lengthened its lead in the 'B' League yesterday with a 5 to 0 shutout victory over the University Club there.
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