There will be a meeting of Harvard-Yale representatives in Springfield on Saturday to make final arrangements for the dual games to be held probably on May 14. The Harvard representatives are to be: F. H. Bigelow '98, B. H. Hayes '98, Geo. B. Morison '83, Wendell Baker '86. The Yale representatives are E. C. Perkins '98, I. N. Swift for the undergraduates, and Walter Camp and H. S. Brooks for the graduates.
To Arrange Dual Games.
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