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VARSITY FIVE CLASHES WITH POWERFUL LIONS

Encounter Strong Columbia Quintet Tomorrow Night Hoping to Avenge Last Wednesday's Defeat

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Following close on their defeat at the hands of a League leading Columbia quintet, the Varsity basketball team will play a return game with the Lions in the Indoor Athletic Building at 8.30 o'clock tomorrow night.

Led by their aggressive Captain William Nash, the powerful Columbia outfit will be out to tighten their grip on the Intercollegiate League lead by capturing a fifth consecutive victory. Nash and his teammate, Clifford Wolff, accounted for 31 points in the New York game last Wednesday, and are expected to give the Feslermen plenty of trouble tomorrow night.

Lineup Unchanged

Coach Wes Fesler will probably start the same team he used in the first Lion game, with George Lowman and Lewis McGowan in the forward positions, Bill Gray at center, and Vernon Struck and John Dampeer at the guard posts.

Traveling to Hanover, the Yardling team will clash with the Dartmouth Freshmen tomorrow afternoon in an attempt to snap the Green string of four victories. Records of the two teams seem to indicate an evenly matched contest in which the Freshmen must be at their best to score.

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