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VARSITY FIVE TANGLE WITH BROWN TONIGHT

STRONG FRESHMAN FIVE OPPOSE BRUIN CUBS IN PRELIM

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In view of their decisive win over Cornell last Saturday, the Varsity hoopmen are favored over Brown in their annual clash at Providence tonight. In the preliminary, Harvard's powerful five will meet the Bruin cubs.

The Bruins may disconcert the Crimson five tonight with their fast-breaking game, but if Harvard recovers as quickly as it did from the famous Yale zone defence system there is little to fear.

Bill Gray will have a fight on his hands when he meets Kennedy, Brown's lanky center. Gray last night was picked as center on the Boston Traveler's All-Eastern Intercollegiate League team.

Vernon Struck, sparkplug of the Harvard five, was sick yesterday and absent from practice. It has not yet been decided whether he will be able to make the trip today.

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