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The University association football team will meet Yale in the fourth league game of its schedule on Yale Field, New Haven, this afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Counting each game won as two points, each game tied as one, and each lost as none, the standing in the intercollegiate league is as follows: Haverford, 7; Columbia, 6; Harvard, 4; Yale, 4; Pennsylvania, 4; Cornell, 1. Haverford, Columbia and Pennsylvania have already completed their schedules, so that by winning the next two games, Harvard would win the league championship.
So far this season, Yale has defeated Cornell, tied Haverford and Columbia, and lost to Pennsylvania.
Harvard in its league games, has won from Pennsylvania and Columbia, and lost to Haverford.
The final league game of the season will be played against Cornell on April 29.
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