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With its confidence restored by a well-earned 2 to 2 tie against a Boston College team which had smothered it earlier in the season, the freshman sextet goes back to the Arena today for a 4 p.m. contest with Rindge Tech.
A concerted attack and fine defense play, with Nate Corning sparkling in the nets, held down the strong group of individual stars from the Heights. Unless Stan Priddy's squad suffers a letdown, it should have a little less trouble with Rindge.
The local boys, however, won the right to play Harvard by defeating a fast Cambridge Latin team during its regular season.
The B.C. tie gives the Crimson a record of seven wins, two losses, and one tie.
Hubbard, lw; Greeley, c; Grant, rw; O'Brien, ld; Kierstead, rd; Corning, g.
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