FRESHMAN QUINTET MAY MEET DEFEAT TODAY BY ST. GEORGE'S

Capt. Lightbourn and Malick Have Exchanged Guard Positions

Harvard 1927  St. George's Eby, r.f.  l.g., Desibe Eaton, l.f.  r.g., Neibon Leekley, c.  c., Cozzens Lightbourn (capt.), r.g.  l.f., (capt.) Rennard Malick, l.g.  r.f., Grace

The St. George's School basketball team will invade the Freshman Athletic Building at 4 o'clock this afternoon and attempt to hand the Crimson first year five its third defeat in four games.

The Newport school has a strong quintet this year, especially on the offense. Cozzens at center and Rennard and Grace at forwards are all veterans of last year's team, which the Crimson 1926 five defeated only through the phenomenal work of Smith, who scored 25 of his team's 39 points. Rennard led the St. George's team in scoring last year and he will be their most dangerous threat tonight.

Coach Chase is making one shift in the Crimson defense. Captain Light bourn and Malick exchanging places. The latter did very well at standing guard after his captain's removal from the game last Saturday and he will be used in that berth this afternoon. To allow for this change, Lightbourn will be tried as a running guard. McCrum has made a very favorable impression as a substitute forward, and he will probably play a part of today's game.