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Overpowered by a faster and more accurate Northeastern team, Coach Samborski's Freshman five was submerged 50-35 on the Indoor Athletic Building floor yesterday afternoon.
The Huskies yearlings piled up a quick lead and at the half were leading 25-18. The Crimson came back in the third quarter paced by Captain Lutz who sunk four from the floor and a foul shot. But the opposition was too polished and the Yardlings never threatened after this.
Hatch was high-scorer for Northeastern with 18 points and was closely matched by Charlie Lutz of the Freshmen with 17 to his credit.
This is the first game the Crimson five have lost of their home floor, but Northeastern has one of the outstanding Freshman teams in the state.
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