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Harvard plays the first game of the Yale series this afternoon on Soldiers Field at 3 o'clock. After recently defeating Princeton in two successive games, Yale would seem to have a decided advantage over Harvard. Yale's nine not only made more hits in the series, but also showed far more life and spirit than did Harvard in the two Princeton games. In fact Yale has shown a remarkable improvement over her play early in the season.
Since the Princeton games, however, the Harvard nine has taken advantage of the coaching of the graduates who have come out, and today the nine will go into the game much strengthened by the work of the past few weeks.
The team first showed its development in the Pennsylvania series, and, though defeated by one run in the first game at Philadelphia, won the second game by
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