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BASKETBALL WITH BROWN.

Game at Providence Tonight.--Improvement in Practice Shown Recently.

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The University basketball team will play Brown at 8 o'clock this evening at Providence. The two teams have played no games from which it is possible to judge their comparative ability and on that account it is difficult to forecast the outcome of the game. Since the team played Amherst it has been steadily improving and the practice last night was much more satisfactory than it has been for some time before. The men were put through nearly an hour's work of basket throwing and in a practice game which followed with the second team, they showed much improvement, scoring 26 points to 2, in the first half. The men blocked effectively and at the same time got well into forwarding the ball. The fault of failing to advance the ball by long throws was still in evidence, but not to so great a degree as in the game with Pennsylvania last Saturday night. The goal throwing was better, although it was inclined to be erratic. Following is the probable line-up for tonight's game: HARVARD.  BROWN. Henderson, Smith, r.f.  l.g., Ingalls Linehan, l.f.  r.g., Gallison Randall, c.  c., Briggs Hanavan, r.g.  l.f., Rackle Fosdick, l.g.  r.f., Harding

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