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Still without the services of midfielder Chuck Pyle, but otherwise physically sound, the freshman locrosse team travels to Concert today to meet a strong Middlesex team.
The prop schoolers boast a 4 and 1 season's record. They have beaten Governor Drummer, Lawrence, and M.I.T., three teams that the Yardlings also whipped.
Middlesex Coach Bob Hulburd calls his club "big and fast." Seven starters won football letters. Fred Horween, key man in the first midfield, weighs over 200 pounds.
On the attack, Middlesex will start high scoring captain Jack Taylor. In addition to counting 20 goals, Taylor is the outstanding play maker on the squad.
The freshman lineup: goal, Rosenman; defense, Martin (c), Sexton, and Huttenbauer; midfield, Johnson, Huebsch, and Wood; attack, Palacios, Franklin, and Stewart.
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