HARVARD PRINCETON Rumsey, No. 1 No. 1, Freeman, or Waterhouse Nicholas, No. 2 No. 2, R. Firestone Gerry, No. 3 No. 3, L. Firestone Cook, back back, Macdonald
Harvard and Princeton will resume relations in polo for the first time since 1926 tomorrow, when the Crimson riders meet the Tigers at 3 o'clock at the Myopia Hunt Club in Hamilton.
The Harvard malletmen were defeated by Yale in their opening game this Spring 8 to 4, but easily downed Pennsylvania Military College a fortnight ago. Princeton was defeated by the latter trio 9 to 8, and is rated at a handicap of 11 goals while the Crimson's handicap is nine.
The game Saturday will be a friendly struggle between two pairs of brothers, the Firestone brothers, well known Princeton polo players, and the Nicholas brothers of Harvard. Both teams will be evenly matched in ponies. Princeton is bringing 16 mounts of match an equal number from the Crimson stables.
On June 15 Harvard will again play Princeton when they meet in the Intercollegiates at the Rockaway Hunting Club, Cedarhurst, Long Island.