WILLIAMS GAME ENDS BASKETBALL TEAM'S TRIP
Quintet Hopes for Third Successive Win Over Purple--Captain Blackmer Expected to Lead Attack for Undefeated Opponents--McLeish Still Out
The final basketball game of this season's first trip will be played tonight when the University five-meets the Williams quintet at Williamstown. So far this season the Purple has defeated its opponents by large scores, winning from Norwich 42 to 10 and from New York State Teachers' College 61-16. In both of these games Captain Blackmer has been the outstanding scorer both from the floor and foul line. He was also the star of the Williams game last year.
Wightman, who will probably get into the game at forward, is a veteran of two University contests. In the last two years Coach Wachter's teams have de- leated the Purple by scores of 24-13 and 40-35. Before coming to the University two years ago he had been in charge of the Williams quintet for four seasons.
The only change in the regular University line-up will be Samborski playing for McLeish who is out of the game with a sprained ankle.
The University team, after the game last evening at Amherst spent the night there and will reach Williamstown at 2.30 o'clock this afternoon. The game will be called at 8 o'clock