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Nine Meets Tufts


The varsity baseball team, which so far has had little luck with its early-season opponents and even less with the weather, has hopes for improvement in both respects when it meets Tufts today in a game scheduled for 3 p.m. at Soldiers Field.

Dom Repetto will be the starting pitcher for the varsity as it attempts to record its second straight Greater Boston League victory. The Crimson defeated M.I.T. last Thursday, 13-7; another league game, against Boston University, was rained out on Saturday.

With the exception of Repetto the starting lineup for the Crimson will be the same as in the victory over M.I.T. Tom Bergantino will lead off and play third base. Bob Cleary will bat and play second. Captain John Simourian will hit third and play first base. Shorstop Bob Hastings will bat clean-up.

John Getch, the left fielder, will bat fifth, followed by right fielder Matt Botsford, and Walt Stahura, who will be in center.

Repetto's battery-mate, Phil Haughey, will bat eighth. Haughey strengthened his position as starting catcher by getting one hit and two runs batted in against M.I.T. Earlier in the season, coach Norman Shepard experimented with Botsford behind the plate, presumably in order to bolster the team's hitting attack.

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