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"It will be a better team than last years," declared Skip Stahley yesterday, as his Yardling hoopmen went through a stiff workout in preparation for today's game against the M. I. T. first year men.

Along with the Varsity, Stahley's men are playing at 7 o'clock in the M. I. T.'s Bangar Gymnasium. The Crimson lineup facing the Tech boys will include Jack Penson at the pivot position, Ed Buckley and Joe Romano as guards, and Red Navin and Mike Rice at the forwards.

Coach Stahley is well pleased with his material this season and looks forward to a successful year. "The team's opponents, the Coach predicts, will be strong; and a favorable beginning is a good indication of a winning combination. After tonight's contest, four men will be cut, bringing the quad down to the more efficient number of 15.

Last year's team had a fifty percent record, winning half and losing half of their games.

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