Yale has reconsidered Princeton's challenge to meet Harvard and Princeton in the match at Monmouth Junction this afternoon and has decided to compete. The Harvard team will be composed of Bartol '96, Harris '97, Hardy '97, Dove '98, and Sterling '96.
The rules of the American Association will govern the match. Five men constitute a team, each man to shoot at 30 birds in strings of 5. There will be three traps arranged 5 yards apart in the are of a circle and concealed by a screen. The traps will be unknown; that is, the bird may fly from any one of them.
The result of the intercollegiate shoot will be telegraphed to the CRIMSON as soon as the match is finished, and will be bulletined in the window of the office.