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POWERFUL YEARLINGS MEET TUFTS FRESHMEN

Harvard Freshmen Seeking Seventh Victory of Season; Lee Draws Slab Assignment Against Jumbos

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Harvard's powerful Freshman team will go after its seventh victory of the season this afternoon when it meets the Tufts yearlings on Soldiers Field. The game begins at 4 o'clock.

Coach Henry Chauncey has chosen Lee as the moundsman for the Crimson, while Roopinian will draw the pitching assignment for the young Jumbos. Al Colwell will catch Lee.

Harvard has dropped only one game this spring and that to the strong Providence College Freshman nine by the score of 2-1. Among the Freshman victories are shutouts over Morristown School, Gilman Country School and Georgetown Freshmen.

Tufts has defeated Exeter 8-7, but lost to Thayer Academy 5-4. Harvard has defeated Exeter 6-2.

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