Plans for the 1929 University football season were a step nearer completion yesterday when it was announced by the H. A. A. that Harvard would meet the University of Florida on the gridiron, November 2, 1929, at Cambridge. This will be the first encounter between the two elevens since 1922, when Harvard was victorious.
It was also made known that the Harvard-Yale polo match, scheduled for 7.30 o'clock in Common wealth Armory, would be played with no intermission in order to enable spectators to attend the Harvard-Yale hockey game at 8.30 the same evening.
The H. A. A. will as a new departure, have tickets for the polo game on sale at the office of the Association. The price will be $1.50 and $2.