One of the best freshman track teams in Crimson history should have little trouble duplicating or bettering its earlier indoor 80 2/3 to 28 1/3 slaughter of the Dartmouth freshmen in their meet at Hanover at 1 p.m. this afternoon.
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The freshman lacrosse team will try to use Tabor Academy to soothe the wounds of its 20-1 beating received last week at the hands of Deerfield, this afternoon at 3 p.m. on the Business School Field. Dave Rintels, who scored the one goal against Deerfield, and Dick Eldridge, who assisted, will lead the attack. Captain Dick Pille will nurse his dislocated shoulder, and Paul Keaney will soak his sprained ankle--both relics from the Deerfield fiasco.
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The freshman baseball team will cross the Squamscott River into Exeter this afternoon in hopes of their third straight win, and perhaps their third straight shutout.
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The Freshman golf team will travel to South Byfield, Mass. today to meet Governor Dummer in its opening match.
Tuesday Night at WatsonThis is my first-ever column for the Crimson. Before you read this rag, I'd like to tell you a little
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