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  1. How to Hit a Squash Ball Harder Than Anyone Else on EarthPro squash player Cameron Pilley on the secret to crushing 176 mph shots.
  2. the sports section
    Meet the Hedge-Funder Who Wants to Make the U.S. a Squash PowerhouseDavid Ganek opens up his wallet.
  3. Grub Guides
    13 Spectacular Squash Dishes You’ll Want to Eat Right NowIt’s edible-gourd season.
  4. Deathly Veggies
    Lethal Vegetables!Beware the pumpkins!
  5. Revelations
    Ming Tsai Once Played Squash for MoneyThe Yale-educated Tsai supplemented his early income as a sportsman.
  6. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt on Fatty ’Cue Manhattan; the Underground Gourmet on WinterPlus: where to get a hard cider fix, and more, in this week’s ‘New York.’
  7. Menus
    Meritage Gets Into the Autumnal Groove With a New Squash Tasting MenuThe fall flavor-forward menu focuses on squash.
  8. Thanksgiving
    Pies Beyond PumpkinA farmer’s suggestion for alternate squashes.
  9. scenes from a meltdown
    Squash Instructor Speaks Tenderly of Richard FuldHe’s a ‘special guy.’
  10. the sports section
    A Look Back at the Other March MadnessWith the end of March, and, tonight, the end of its best-known Madness, we thought we’d let you in on a secret: There’s a different March Madness, and it took place last month on a different set of hardwood courts. It’s the College Squash Association Individual National Championships, which were held at the University of Pennsylvania’s Ringe Squash Center, and they were — you may be surprised to hear — as exciting to watch North Carolina State’s legendary comeback against Houston in the 1983 NCAA finals, just a little more understated.