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The Freshman Quintet will face a sturdy opponent this afternoon when it meets the Loomis five in the Freshman Gymnasium at 4 o'clock.
The 1929 five is scheduled to enter the lists for the seventh time this afternoon against a team whose potential ability has not been clearly shown. The Loomis five is believed to have developed considerable skill this year and it is possible that even the Freshmen, with only one loss this season, may find themselves obliged to work very hard for a victory.
Undaunted by their one point loss to Andover, the Freshmen found themselves again in their game with Choate last Saturday, when the offense tossed goals from the floor with the regularity of clockwork throughout the two periods.
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