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'60 Basketball, Squash Teams Win Contests; Freshman Six Loses

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The freshman basketball team won its third straight game Wednesday night, soundly defeating the Boston College freshmen, 88-66. The team's record is now 4-6.

Lanny Keyes, a 6-5 center, who joined the Yardlings only in mid-January, paced the attack with 20 points. Mike Donahue tallied 19 for the Crimson, while Lou Turco led the losers with a game high of 22.

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The freshman squash team picked up two victories Wednesday, as the first five topped the Harvard varsity "B" team, 4 to 1, and the second five edged St. Paul's, 3 to 2.

For the top five the only loser was Charlie Poletti, who dropped a close match to Pete Lund. Against St. Paul's, Mike Humphries, with the contest tied 2-all, won his match in overtime of the fifth game to give the Yardlings their winning point.

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The freshman hockey team outshot its Andover opponents on Wednesday, 40 to 10, but was nevertheless sent down to its second defeat of the season by a score of 3 to 2.

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