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With Yale and Princeton Teams in Hemenway Gymnasium at 8 o'clock.


A triangular fencing meet will be held with Yale and Princeton in the Fencing Room of Hemenway Gymnasium this evening at 8 o'clock. Little comparison by their records can be made between the teams. Princeton has lost to Pennsylvania, 6 to 3. Yale has lost to Annapolis, 7 to 2, and to West Point, 6 to 3. Although the University team won from Springfield Training School, 8 to 1, and from Bowdoin, 7 to 2, its strength is yet to be tested against such teams as Yale and Princeton have met.

The teams to compete this evening will be made up as follows:

University.--W. Hunt '11, J. A. MacLaughlin '11, G. B. Wilbur '12, and J. M. Moore '11, substitute.

Yale.--F. M. Ransom '11, Z. C. Ross '11, J. W. Sanders '11, and C. W. Rees '12, substitute.

Princeton.--R. F. Dawes '13, J. F. Gardiner '12, W. B. Wensley '13, and W. DeWitt '12, substitute.

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