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The powerful Varsity five will face Technology on the latter's courts tonight in what may turn out to be a close game despite the Crimson's 52-38 victory over Princeton last Saturday night.
If Bill Gray's team can continue the style of play they displayed in the second half of the Princeton game, there will be no doubt about the result and Harvard would ride to an easy victory, by 15 or 20 points.
However, throughout the season, Coach Wes Fesler has had great difficulty in getting his team to play their best basketball in non-league games, and the game tonight may prove to be an upset.
The Freshman teams of the two Colleges will also play, the Harvard starting lineup giving White at center. Logg as right forward. Lutz left forward, Cordingley, right guard and Maguire left guard.
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