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With George Tittmann tossing them for the Crimson against either Tony Radvilas or Israel Harris of the Jumbos, Harvard and Tufts Varsity baseball teams hook up in the first round of their annual two-game series here today.
The home team lineup remains virtually unchanged from that which beat Northeastern 12-0 here last week. Ingalls and Tittmann have simply changed positions, with the former starting in place of the latter in right field.
Originally scheduled to twirl the Columbia game which was washed out Monday, Ingalls will be saved from pitching duty until Saturday's league fray at Princeton.
Tufts has a strong team boasting six veterans. Last year Coach Ken Nash's aggregation split the series with the Crimson. So far this year his charges have played only one game, beating Boston University, 8-2.
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