POLO CLUB PLACES LINE OF ARROWS FOR MATCH
Way to Scene of Harvard-Yale Contest At Myopia Indicated--Crimson Is Slight Favorite
A line of arrows has been placed from Memorial Hall to the Myopia Hunt Club in Hamilton by the Harvard Polo Club to guide spectators from Cambridge to Hamilton, where the Harvard and Yale Polo Teams clash tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. This promises to be one of the outstanding polo matches of the season.
On the basis of comparative scores against West Point. Harvard has a slight advantage over the Eli rivals the Army riders having defeated the Crimson 9-7, and the Blue 9-4. On the basis of the fact that Yale bad had much more practice when they met West Point a week age than did Harvard two weeks ago. Harvard would seem to have the edge. In the indoor meeting the Crimson came out on top by 18 1-2--12.
The Yale points arrived at Myopia last night and the Yale team is expected to practice there late today.
Tickets for the match may be obtained at the H.A.A. or at Myopia.