Six freshman teams went into action last weekend and compiled a creditable record of four victories and two losses.
The Yardling hockey team rolled to its thirteenth straight victory by smothering Brown, 6-0. For the Crimson, Dick Fischer led the way with a hat trick. The freshman wrestlers decisively downed Exeter, 21-9, as Paul Striker (137 lbs.), Joe Noble (145 lbs.), and Tedo Francis (Unlimited), all pinnned their opponents. ponents.
Joel Landau won the forty-yard dash and the fifty-yard high hurdles to lead the Yardling track team to an 80 2/3 to 28 1/3 win over Dartmouth. The freshman swimmers beat Brown, 54 to 21.
In squash, the freshman "B" team was upset 3 to 2 by Exeter, a team the Crimson had beaten 4 to 1 earlier this year. Captain Charlie Hamm at No. 1 and Pete Lund at No. 3 were the only winners for the Yardlings.
The freshman fencers lost by one point to Bradford-Durfee Technical Institute, 14 to 13. Anthony Enders was the stand-out performer for the Crimson, winning all of his three matches in epee competition.
Freshmen Prove RoyallyAt Exeter Saturday afternoon, the freshman swimming team accumulated its third straight victory in as many meets, 48 to 29.
Freshman SportsThe freshman squash team opened its season with two easy wins over Williams freshmen and Exeter this weekend. Gerry Emmett
Yard Swimmers Defeat Exeter for Fifth WinHarvard's freshman swimming team coasted past Exeter 58-37 yesterday in a warm-up for its big meet against the Princeton freshmen
Record Performances Pace Trackmen Past Tigers; Baseball Team Downs Exeter Nine in Hitter's DuelTrack It took a record-breaking performance by Walter Johnson in the final event of the day, but the Harvard freshman
Yardling Teams Complete Promising Winter SeasonFencing Coach Edo Marion predicted yesterday that Harvard will win its first national championship in fencing next year. The addition
Lining Them UpWith both squads replenished by turnouts from the football teams, elimination bouts for Varsity and Freshman wrestling candidates will be