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Two more Harvard and Yale teams will meet in New Haven today when the victorious Winthrop House sextet battles the Timothy Dwight College combination champions at Yale.
The puritans will send 15 men to the game. The first line will be Bill Apthrop, Henry Tilgham, and Jim Aldrich are the defense men, supported by John Lowell in the nets. The second line consists of Bill Wright, john Page and Dave Goldthwaite.
Substituting for Burr and Aldrich will be Dick Loomis and Bill Pinney. The third line, which will probably see plenty of service, is John Abbot, Tom White, and Paul LaMothe.
Winthrop won the 1940 contest from Davenport College. Since this year's puritan sextet is at least as good as last year's. Timothy Dwight will have to have improved a good bit over last year in order to win. However, it is hard to forecast House games, since there is no way of checking the two teams by comparative scores.
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