Opponent of 1927 Quintet Today Is Used to 20-Point Victories

Harvard 1927  Andover Eby, r.f.  l.g., Hammersley Eaton, l.f.  r.g., Potter Leekley, c.  c., Brockelman Hesse, r.g.  l.f., (capt.) Mumby Malick, l.g.  r.f., Billhardt

At 4 o'clock this afternoon at the Freshman Athletic Building the 1927 quintet will face its hardest opponent of the season, the undefeated Andover five. Coach Chase's team will enter the fray decidedly as the under-dog but he is confident that his players will show improved form.

"They're all good", was Coach Fred Daley's comment last night when asked who was the outstanding player on the Andover team. The season's record bears out this statement, as the Blue five has emerged victorious by at least a twenty-point margin in all five of its games, including one with the strong Dean Academy quintet. Captain Mumby and Billhardt have shared the scoring honors to date, and Hammersley has excelled on the defense.

The Crimson will be handicapped by the absence of Captain Lightbourn, who sustained a bad bruise on his knee yesterday in scrimmage. His place will be filled by Hesse, who has played a considerable portion of the last few games and shown up very well.