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The junior varsity baseball team, fresh from a decisive 16 to 6 victory over Tufts Friday, will meet Westover Air Force Base this afternoon at 3 p.m. on the J.V. field.
Byron Johnston will start as pitcher for the Crimson, according to coach John Caulfield. The J.V. squad should hold the edge this afternoon.
Kent Hathaway, who hit a homer and two doubles against Tufts, will play center field today, and George Harrington, who also had three hits, will be at second. Other starters picked by coach Caulfield include Frank Saia at first; Leon Kasarjian, shortstop; Tony Markella, third; Keith Costa, left field; Lee Cole, right field; and Dave Fairburn, catcher.
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