The Crimson Rugby Club will try to salvage a disappointing season tomorrow when it journeys to New Haven to face a weak Bulldog fifteen, and for once this spring everything seems to be in favor of the Crimson.
Yale has come up with a spirited group which has been unable to score a single point in its three contests. Dartmouth crushed the team, 11 to 0, Princeton, 9 to 0, and last week New York beat them unmercifully, 18 to 0. Of course, one cannot tell a great deal from comparative scores, but it seems reasonable to say that they certainly will not be the toughest oposition the Crimson has faced.
In the Dartmouth game at Woburn, the Yale team showed two capable wings and a good scrum half, but the rest of the men were small and did not exhibit any great ability.
The Crimson, however, will be playing with their best, since everyone has recovered from his injuries, and all will be able to make the trip. The team worked well this week in practice, and Bill Morse, club president, emphasized last night the difficulty in selecting the starting team.
In the Princeton game, the forwards were finally getting the ball back to the three quarter line, effectively, and with exceptionally fast backs, the Crimson could compile its biggest score of the season tomorrow.