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By Stanley Brown, The Dartmouth, and Basketball Editor, (Special to the CRIMSON.)s

HANOVER, N.H. Feb. 9--Coach Cowles will start a revamped team that staged an upset in the 35-25 Yale game when the whistle blows at Gambridge tomorrow night. Willie Thomas, last year's All-League forward and this year's high scorer, will be paired with Sophomore Joe Batchelder, 6 foot, 2 inch converted guard, in the fore court. Captain Hal Parachini and football's Sophomore flash Bob McLeod will held down the gurad posts, with Joe Cottone in reserve.

John Dingle, the forgotten man of last year's team, has replaced giant Moose Dudis at the pivot post, and the six foot, five inch Sophomore will be in reserve.

The season's record, means nothing as the team has won its only two starts since the time this year, playing a fast-cutting, heads-up game under the new Cowles system. Watch the Thomas-Dingle-Maeleod passwork.

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