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  • by Anonymous on May 11, 1999
      As college seniors get ready to graduate and move to the next stage of their lives, there may be a few who will contemplate pursuing a squash career. Having been there once myself, I offer a...
  • by Anonymous on Apr 11, 1999
      I first met Julian Benello in my freshman year at Yale, and I didn’t much like him. Part of it was undoubtedly because we were rival freshmen on the Varsity squash team, but part of it,...
  • by Anonymous on Mar 11, 1999
      Remember this? You wanted to sleep over at your best friend’s house, but you had to ask permission. You asked the first of your parents that you ran into, and after being turned down,...
  • by Anonymous on Feb 11, 1999
      Um, excuse me, I think you and I should talk. You see, I know something about you that you probably don’t share with many people. You are a masochist. Sure, you can look at me like you...
  • by Anonymous on Jan 11, 1999
    As 1999 gets underway, I’d like to take a moment to reflect on some of the highlights of 1998. For US Squash, it was a decidedly tumultuous year filled with both lowlights and highlights, but...
  • by Anonymous on Dec 11, 1998
      A few weeks ago, I attended the wedding of a woman friend of mine. We got to know each other when we were young because her parents and mine were friends. In fact, our parents were part of a...
  • by Anonymous on Nov 11, 1998
      They were forced to watch squash. Well, maybe that’s a slight exaggeration, but – as I understand it – the military academies have some sort of attendance requirement for...
  • by Anonymous on Oct 11, 1998
      Some of you may be confused.   You may have heard about how a certain coach called the referee some names during one of the USA matches at the recent World Junior Championships in...
  • by Anonymous on Sep 11, 1998
      I used to ignore junior squash. Sure, when I played in the juniors, I knew who all my peers were, but once I moved on, I paid no more attention. Part of this, I guess, is human nature;...
  • by Anonymous on Aug 1, 1998
      Last Saturday afternoon, I was watching an obscure tennis match on television, and I began to wonder why sports fans probably know the name Pete Sampras (#1 tennis), but not Peter Gade (...
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