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FRESHMAN BALL TEAM PLAYS ST. MARK'S TODAY

Junior Varsity Men Will Collide With Tufts Jayvees Here at 4 if Weather Permits Play

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Journeying to Southborough this afternoon for a game with St. Mark's School, Coach Adolph Samborski's Freshman nine will try to get once more in the winning column. Roy Moore, stocky righthander, will open on the mound for the Yardlings.

In their game with the Brown Freshmen last Tuesday, the Crimson nine dropped a 3-2 decision in a five inning game which was cut short by the rain. Last year's undefeated Freshmen beat the St. Mark's outfit 5-2.

Taking on the Tufts Junior Varsity in a game on Soldiers Field at 4 o'clock this afternoon, the Crimson Jayvees will seek to keep up the heavy hitting which helped them to defeat Governor Dummer Academy last Saturday. Ellie Bacon will catch Lefty Edinburg's slants for the home team.

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