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Crimson Favored For E.I.L. Title
The odds seem to be with the Stahlmen to carry off the League title as a final effort of Lupien, Grondahl, Johns, Gannett and the other Seniors who are ending Harvard baseball careers this June. The Crimson would feel confident of victory tomorrow were it not for the fact that Tom Healey has been treated rather roughly in his last two starts. The Ithacans shelled him off the mound three weeks ago but on that occasion he was attempting to twirl his second game in as many days. This time he will be fully rested. In addition, Slim Curtiss has turned in several neat performances and is ready to step in if needed; and Charley Brackett has received his baptism under fire. Curtiss won the Penn game last Friday and almost won his second game in as many days against the Crusaders Saturday. This improvement in Crimson twirling also makes the two-game Yale series on June 20 and 21 a bit easier to take in stride.