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In the first game of their annual two game series Harvard and Tufts Varsity baseball teams meet on Soldiers Field at 4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
With Al Colwell and Ed Ingalls forced out by examinations the Crimson lineup will see Ben Prouty at first base and either Dick Walsh or George Tittmann, both of whom pitched Saturday, starting on the mound. Jim Sullivan will fill in the outfield.
John Adzigian is scheduled to stay at second and Frank Owen at third as Coach Mitchell hopes to smooth out his infield play and take coach Ken Nash's in and out Medford athletes.
Return game with the Jumbos will take place at Tufts on Saturday, June 13.
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