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The squash team will take on Dartmouth tomorrow afternoon at 2 p.m., in an away contest that promises to give Indian fans a look at some good squash playing and the Crimson varsity its first win of the new year.
Harvard has beaten Dartmouth in every match since World War II. Dartmouth, it is true, has five of last year's top nine back in action, and was able to collect four individual wins against Navy before losing 5 to 4 in the last match before vacation--but none of this is likely to effect the outcome of Saturday's match.
Crimson coach Jack Barnaby has moved Lou Williams up to the number two spot on the ladder, behind Vic Neiderhoffer. Neiderhoffer won the national Juniors championship just before vacation, defeating Harvard freshman Bill Morris, the defending champion, in the finals.
Paul Sullivan, Hampy Howell, Roger Weigand, Doug Walter, John Vinton Clark Grew, and Jay Nelson will fill out the Crimson ladder.
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