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QUINTET TO FACE B. U. FIVE TONIGHT

Lost Recent Contest With Powerful Bruins by Only One Point--First Tilt of Season for 1934

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FRESHMEN HEBRON ACADEMY Murray, r.f.  l.f., Lockery Levan, l.f.  r.f., Krause Ferriter, c.  c., McKiniry Lockwood, r.g.  l.g., Boivin Nevin, l.g.  r.g., Sheesley

Tonight in the New Indoor Athletic. Building at 8.30 o'clock the Harvard basketball team will play against Boston University in the second game of the season. Before the main event, at 7.30 o'clock, the Freshman quintet will make its debut in a match with Hebron Academy.

The University team had a light practice yesterday afternoon, followed by a short talk by Coach Wachter, in which he went over the plays to be used today, and the mistakes of last Saturday's game. Although Harvard battered Boston. University to the tune of 44 to 24, the game tonight promises to be a close one.

Lost to Brown

In its recent game with the powerful team representing Brown University, the Boston hoopsters lost to a lead of only one point. The danger of Harvard's easy victory over the Crusaders is a possible let-down on the part of the team. Coach Wachter is therefore stressing the stern qualities of tonight's struggle.

The Freshman team this year is unusually light, and has speed. Its fighting abilities remain to be tested. The starting lineup contains two players who starred at School: J. R. Levan '34, from Morristown Academy, and J. M. Lock-wood '34, from Gunnery School.

Tonight in the New Indoor Athletic. Building at 8.30 o'clock the Harvard basketball team will play against Boston University in the second game of the season. Before the main event, at 7.30 o'clock, the Freshman quintet will make its debut in a match with Hebron Academy.

The University team had a light practice yesterday afternoon, followed by a short talk by Coach Wachter, in which he went over the plays to be used today, and the mistakes of last Saturday's game. Although Harvard battered Boston. University to the tune of 44 to 24, the game tonight promises to be a close one.

Lost to Brown

In its recent game with the powerful team representing Brown University, the Boston hoopsters lost to a lead of only one point. The danger of Harvard's easy victory over the Crusaders is a possible let-down on the part of the team. Coach Wachter is therefore stressing the stern qualities of tonight's struggle.

The Freshman team this year is unusually light, and has speed. Its fighting abilities remain to be tested. The starting lineup contains two players who starred at School: J. R. Levan '34, from Morristown Academy, and J. M. Lock-wood '34, from Gunnery School.

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