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FENCING TEAM LOST TO PENN

Opponents Won by Safe Margin.--Damon Individual Star for University.

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Philadelphia, Pa., February 7, 1913.--The University of Pennsylvania fencing team defeated Harvard in the dual meet last evening by the score of 6 to 3. For Pennsylvania, Cassasus, Penn, and Von Buskirk excelled, each winning two bouts. Damon won two bouts and Van Nardroff one bout for Harvard. Putnam lost all three of his bouts.

The judges of the meet where Messrs. Brant, Fisher, and Fleisher.

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