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Princeton Has Already Been Defeated In Two Non-League Contests

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Saturday night's game with the Crimson will be the Tiger basketball teams's first league encounter, but despite the fact that the Black and Orange were defeated in two non-league games so far this season, Coach Fesler's quintet is looking forward to a hard fought struggle at Princeton.

Last year the Crimson played two close games with the Princeton quintet, winning 32-31 in the first game played at the Indoor Athletic Building and losing 33-27 later on at Princeton.

This will be the third league game for the Feslermen who lost their opener to Penn 34-41 only to crush Cornell 54-40 just before the Christmas recess.

Princeton has only one letterman returning this season. Captain Fred Sauter, who will represent the home team at the center post. Appel and Vruwink will play guards while Fallon and Woedward will be at the guard positions for the Tiger.

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