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With two league victories already under the belt Dick Maguire's Varsity nine goes after two more against Columbia at New York this afternoon.
For the Crimson Ed Ingalls and George Tittmann will probably be the starting pitchers opposed by Bill Gannett and John DeBettencourt. Mal McTernen will occupy Tittmann's position in right field in the second tilt.
In other respects the Harvard lineup remains unchanged from that which last weekend conquered Princeton and Cornell, the former of which had its tail tied in another knot by the Lions on Wednesday.
Also on foreign territory this afternoon the Junior Varsity team will play Governor Dummer. Royall Victor '37, who has been pitching in Varsity batting practice this week, is to pitch for the Crimson with Howard E. Thunberg '38 on the receiving end.
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