HARVARD COLUMBIA Moser, r.f. l.f., Ganzenmuller Mason, l.f. r.f., Tomb Spring, c. c., Casey Fletcher, r.g. l.g., Nash Kollinites, l.g. r.g. Volmer
The weary Feslermen have their work cut out for them again tonight when they meet Columbia's championship five at Morningside Heights Of the three cripples, Boys, Gray, and White, the only one to accompany the Eastern League's fighting doormats on their travels is the elongated Gray, whose ailing ankle is approaching its normal size.
As for Columbia, they have the fastest quintet in the League, by a long shot. In the game up here, they managed to snake a man past Gray and Boys so quickly that the latter were never able to shift, and consequently the Lions had a man free under the basket most of the game.
This duty will fall on the shoulders of Dick Fletcher and Charley Kollinites, the Crimson's stellar guards who have been bearing the brunt of both attack and defense since bad luck jumped up and bit the Feslermen some weeks ago. Hopes are entertained that Jack Mason, Sophomore forward who has shown notable improvement, will be able to dent the Gothamite's iron-clad defense for some few tallies.