Gone South: Cagers Seek Sweep

In quest of a title in search of a dream, the Harvard men's basket ball team is on the road this weekend in pursuit of a sweep.

The Crimson takes on Yale tonight in New Haven and then brings its show up the road tomorrow night for a showdown with Broven in Providence. One game behind league-leading Princeton the Crimson (12-10 over all, 6-11)needs two victories this weekend to remain in the chase for its ever Ivy title.

The Crimson, riding total victiries in its last five games, had trouble with neither the Elis nor the Bruins when the two squads paid visits to Cambridge just two weeks ago. But with Yale looking to forget the frustrations of a terrible season and the Bruins locked in a tie with HArvard for second place in the Ivy satndings, Crimson Coach FRANK McLAUHGLIN (at left) admits both squads are coming for Harvard.

"We can't worry about the race or about how anyone else does, though," Crimson mentor says "We've just got to play our game."