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A chronic shortage of hits undermined the Yardling baseball squad yesterday, as the team lost to Tufts, 8 to 5.

Dick Greene batted in two runs in the second inning with the only two hits of the game. Although the freshmen often had men in scoring position, they could drive them in only on basas on balls.

Tufts jumped to a three run lead in the first inning but the Crimson countered with the two in the second. They took the but Tufts countered with two runs in the second half of the fourth inning and three lead in the fourth after scoring two runs, runs in the eighth to wrap up the game. Bill Cunningham was the losing pitcher.

The Yardling nine will meet Boston University at Soldiers Field on Wednesday.

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