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Despite the fact that the Crimson five can in new way threaten the Big Green's league supremacy, tonight's clash at 7:30 o'clock in the Indoor Athletic Building will be the culmination of the Varsity's anticipation to meet Dartmouth again after their narrow defeat by the Indians earlier in the season.
In one of the best games of the year, the Dartmouth quint nosed out the Feslermen on their first meeting at Hanover 43-42. Since that time the Crimson has been waiting for a chance to even the score.
Crimson Needs Victory
Significance has also been attached to this game since the Varsity must not only win tonight but also trounce the Ellis on Saturday to stay in the fight for the runner up position of the Ivy League.
Despite a mid-season streak of victories over Princeton, Penn, Columbia, and Cornell, the Crimson five slumped badly. With Charlie Lutz out of the lineup the Fesler team met successive defeats by the Quakers. Lions, and Bengals.
Litman Likely Starting Choice
In Lutz's forward post tonight will probably be Arnie Litman with Fred Heckel and possibly Chet Legg slated to see considerable action. Red Lowman at the other forward and John Herrick, center, will complete the front line. Captain Vernon Struck and Lupien will as usual be in the guard spots.
To date Herrick is the team's high scorer in league games with 74 tallies, while Lupien follows with 51 points, having passed the injured Lutz.
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