YARDLING FIVE TO FACE DEAN
All scoring records for this or any other year should go by the board when the Freshman basketball team meets Dean Academy at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Indoor Athletic Building.
Both fives use a fast-breaking offense and virtually disregard the defense. The visitors, who rule a slight favorite, have put this system to better use, twice going over the 100-point mark, while the Yardlings' best effort was 85 tallies, a new mark for Crimson basketball.
Lost Once in Two Years
So far this season Dean has won 21 encounters without a setback and last year they lost but one, both times earning invitations to the Glen Falls, N. Y., scholastic court tournament.
Forward Woody Grimshaw, who has scored over 400 points this year, sparks the Academy attack. Smith is the other forward, Boston plays center, while Beaudoin and Dexter handle the guard posts.
The Yardlings, who will be gunning for their twelfth victory as against three defeats, would be on the upsurge after losing to undefeated Dartmouth Friday night.
Captain Mike Keene will again lead the McCoymen from his center post, with the other men from Matthews, Frank Bixier and Dean Hennessy, at the forwards. Don Richards and Mike DeLeo fill out the regular lineup as guards.