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LUTZ LOST TO CAGERS FOR PRINCETON CLASH

Sophomore Ace Benched by Infection In Foot--May Not Be in Shape for Dartmouth Game

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Crimson basketball title hopes, already faint after Tuesday's beating at the hands of Columbia, grew even smaller with the news that forward Charley Lutz will not accompany the team today when it entrains for Princeton.

The absence of the flashy sophomore due to an infected foot, will seriously hamper his mates when they take on the rejuvenated Tigers tomorrow night. Not only will Lutz miss the Princeton encounter, but he is not expected to be in shape for the crucial Dartmouth clash Wednesday.

Lowman Ready

The other Crimson invalid, Red Lowman, although still strapped up extensively, will be able to go in at a starting post, having warmed up his injured arm for a few minutes against Columbia. Princeton, on the other hand, will be in top physical shape, since long absent Captain Vruwink has returned to the lineup.

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