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SECOND AND 1933 BALL TEAMS IN ACTION TODAY

FRESHMEN, TUFTS YEARLINGS TO MEET IN CAMBRIDGE

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The undefeated Harvard Second baseball nine will journey to Andover this afternoon for a game with the Phillips Academy team. The Crimson forces have beaten Cambridge Latin 15 to 1, Bridgton Academy 7 to 4, and St. Anselm's 16 to 10. Andover has won three out of four starts, having lost to the Boston College Freshmen.

Tobe and Sheldon will be the probable starting battery for Harvard. Tobe has proved very reliable on the mound, having been touched for very few hits during the entire season.

The Harvard Freshman baseball nine will also see action today, when the strong Tufts Freshman team invades Soldiers Field at 4 o'clock this afternoon. After a losing streak of three poorly played games, it is hoped that the first year men will shake off the lethargy and show signs of being an efficient outfit.

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