The University polo team will oppose the 103rd Field Artillery trio of Providence, Rhode Island, tomorrow night in the Providence Armory.
This will be the poloists'' first contest since they crushed the West Point team last Saturday by the score of 16 to 5. If the team retains the form it showed against the Cadets they should have little trouble in disposing of the artillery team. They will be handicapped, however, by the loss of Captain Kent who will be unable to see action because of an injury to his hand received in the Army clash. Coach Clark expects to shift R. A. Pinkerton '27 from number one to back and put F. D. Stranahan Jr. '26 in Pinkerton's place.