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Journeying north to the snowless Dartmouth Winter Carnival after three weeks of virtual inactivity during the examination period, the Crimson sextet will tangle with the Indians tomorrow in the first of a home and home series.
Although the Hanover outfit stands just ahead of Harvard in the International League standings, its records of three wins and an equal number of defeats in league play is not impressive. Both outfits have downed Princeton and Montreal, and lost to McGill, while the Green in addition has dropped games to Toronto and Queens.
Coach Stubbs' squad will be at full strength tomorrow, with the Harding, Roberts, and Pope combination slated to start in the forward line. Captain Traf Hicks will be paired with Kevorkian on defense, with Vint Freedley tending the goal.
To sharpen up their shooting eyes after a lay-off of three weeks only broken by an unofficial game with the St. Nicks, who won 4-2, two Crimson lines scrimmaged with the Bruins at the Garden Thursday.
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