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INGALLS, BRUNINGHAUS PITCH AT HOLY CROSS

Unbeaten Purple Host to Maguirmen Tomorrow-Freshman Ball Team Goes to Yale for Final Game

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With a victory over Brown's Ambrose Murray, one of college Baseball's leading hurlers chalked up Wednesday, Captain Dick Maguire's Varsity nine looks over another pitcher, Roy Bruninghaus at Worcester at 3 o'clock tomorrow.

Behind Ed Ingalls the Crimson will be seeking to smash the Holy Cross undefeated record in nine games and to stretch its own winning streak to ten.

Possible changes in the Harvard batting order center around the likelihood of Maguire's injured finger being well enough to permit him to take his regular position behind the bat. If he is unable to catch Al Colwell will, as on Wednesday, do the receiving with Bon Prouty again on first base and Mal McTernen in left field.

In a contest with the Junior Varsity yesterday the Freshman withstood attacks of several Varsity substitutes imported especially for the game to earn an 11-11 draw.

Also on a foreign diamond tomorrow Captain Art Johns' Freshmen, undefeated in 20 games, make their last stand against an unbeaten Yale team.

Slim Curtiss, with nine wins to his credit, will take the mound, while the Crimson batting punch should continue to lie in the bats of slugging first baseman Lupe Lupion and outfielder Bobby Gannett.

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