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With a hard game in prospect, but with hopes for victory, the Harvard basketball squad leaves Boston this noon for Durham. New Hampshire, where it will encounter the state University quintet tonight. Twelve players led by Coach E. A. Wachter and Captain D. J. O'Connell '29 are making the trip.
Recently Harvard has been handicapped by the absence from its lineup of O'Connell, who was injured in Monday's game with Lowell Textile Institute. He is to play in the contest tonight, and with this fact reinforcing their determination, the Harvard men are set on gaining a victory in order to redeem themselves for defeats suffered during the last week at the hands of Dartmouth and the Massachusetts Agricultural College.
The following men will start the game for Harvard: J. S. Rex '31, left guard; T. E. Farrell '31, right guard; T. G. Upton '31, center; H. T. Wenner '30, left forward; and Captain O'Connell, right forward.
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