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Fighting neck and neck for Eastern Intercollegiate League supremacy, the power-ridden nines of Harvard and Dartmouth will face off in their second and final tilt of their two game series tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock on Soldiers Field.

The Indians took the Crimson's measure at Hanover last Saturday, defeating the visitors to the tune of 5 to 3, behind Hal Wonson. As a result of losing the second game of Monday's, double-header with Princeton, the Green now holds a mere half-game lead in the Circuit.

Crimson ace Tom Healey is Floyd Stahl's choice to face the Green. Healey has twirled the home forces to 4 of their 5 loop victories this season, and narrowly lost in last Saturday's affair, as he limited Dartmouth to 7 hits, fanned 3, and passed only 4 men.

Hal Wonson will again toe the mound for Dartmouth. Wonson was E. I. L. top pitcher in 1938, with 8 wins and 3 losses.

If the Crimson drops this game, the odds will be strongly against them ever regaining the lead again. Cornell with 4 wins and two losses is not on Harvard's heels, and may gain a second place tie with the Stahlmen if they beat Yale today.


Bob Gannett, just recovered from a glandular infection, has rejoined the squad, but will not start. The revamped outfield finds Lovett in left, Hoye in center, and Tully in right. HARVARD  DARTMOUTH Johns, 2b  3b., Hanna Hoye, cf.  cf., Broberg Grondahl, 3b  2b., Orr Lupien, 1b  c., Urban Lovett, lf.  1b., Linden Tully, rf  lf., Cottone Fulton, c.  rf., Hein Keyes, ss.  ss., Woodman Healey, p.  p., Wonson

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