After two consecutive setbacks the 1927 quintet got back in the winning habit Saturday afternoon, outscoring the New Hampshire State Freshmen 33 to 25. Improved shooting and smoother passing featured the Crimson attack.
For the greater part of the game Coach Chase used a new combination composed of McCrum and Eaton at forward, Malick and Hesse at guard, and Leekley at center. This arrangement seemed to work more effectively than did the original line-up. McCrum in particular showed that he will be a serious contender for a regular position.
Malick was high scorer with four field goals and one foul. He registered two spectacular long shots from the middle of the court. Orals took the honors for the visitors.