The undefeated varsity squash team will attempt to stretch its record to 5-0 this afternoon when it meets Williams at 4 p.m. on the Hemenway Courts. Captain Charlie Hamm will have the task of facing the Ephmen's experienced number one man in what promises to be the most exciting match of the afternoon.
Tim Gallwey will play in the number two position, followed by Gerry Emmet, Pete Lund, Fred Vinton, Wally Stimpson, Tony Lake, Charlie Poletti, and Kent Allen. All of the Crimson competitors except Emmet and Lund are unbeaten.
"Williams can put up a good fight," manager Bob Muellner said last night. "They are better than Cornell, and the varsity will have to work hard to defeat them."
Amherst will be the Crimson's next opponent on Wednesday, Feb. 4, and two days later the varsity will face the Pena squad in Philadelphia.