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Lowman, McGowan, Gray, White, and Struck Will Start -- Editor of Daily Princetonian gives Forecast

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Harvard's Varsity basketball team will play it second Eastern Intercollegiate League game this week at the Indoor Athletic Building tonight, meeting Princeton in the feature game of doubleheader at 8:45 o'clock. Preceding the Varsity match, the Freshman team will play St. George's School.

Coach Wes Fesler means to start George Lowman, the high scorer of the Eastern League, and Lewis McGowan at the forward position, Captain Bill Gray at center, and Leavitt White and Verne Struck at the guard positions. Lowman played an exceptional game against Princeton in the first game at Princeton on January 9 when Harvard won 52-38. He scored eight baskets from the floor and two from fouls for a total of 18 points.

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