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INJURED SHOULDER MAY KEEP LOWMAN OUT OF QUAKER TILT

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Due to a badly wrenched shoulder, George Lowman will probably be unable to start in his forward position on the Varsity basketball team, when the Crimson faces the tough Quaker quintet Saturday at Philadelphia, it was learned yesterday.

Dr. Thorndike, who examined the arm, said that it would not be safe to play until the ligaments were completely mended, for fear of a dislocation. The injury occured at Cornell Tuesday night, when an opposing player accidentally yanked Lowman's wrist.

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