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Squash Team Beats Dartmouth, 8-1; Indians Still Lack Crimson Victory

By Frederick W. Byron jr.

Dartmouth has still not beaten a Crimson varsity squash team. Any aspirations towards that goal which the Indian might have held as they came into Cambridge were rudely shattered yesterday as the varsity dropped only one match, winning 8 to 1.

So Dartmouth will have to adopt a "wait-till-next-year" attitude which is often a rather unrealistic one but which, in this case, has a strong justification. The top four players from this year's squad, all of whom showed very well against their Harvard opponents, will return next season, as will two other members of the first nine.

Yesterday, however, the Indians could just give a good try, and only one match held much spectator interest. In that contest, at first singles, Ben Heckscher defeated Dartmouth's Dick Hoehn, 15-7, 12-15, 15-11, 15-11. There was little doubt as to the outcome of the match, for although Hoehn was excep- tionally quick and retrieved beautifully, he could not cope with Heckscher's power and vast array of polished shots.

At second singles, Cal Place defeated Dan Pierson, 3 to 1, and Larry Sears and Charlie Hamm won 3-0 and 3-1 victories at third and fourth singles respectively. Charlie MacVeagh and Henry Cortesi both picked up 3-0 wins in the fifth and sixth positions, while Pete Lund and Hank Holmes rounded out the Crimson scoring with victories at the number seven and nine slots.

The only loss for the varsity came at eight singles, where Ed Wadsworth bowed in four games to Dartmouth senior Butch Waid

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