Bill Chambers

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Chambers was the Delaware State Squash Champion 19 times, including 17 in a row (1939-56). He won again at age 53 in 1967. The State Championship trophy was named after him. He started playing at
the YMCA when squash was considered a sport for the aristocrats. Chambers competed in the National Masters Tournament advancing to the Semi-finals in 1958. He won the state tennis singles title in
1955 and took several state doubles crowns with his pal, Bill Long. Chambers was the DuPont Country Club Champion six times.



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