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FOUR HORSEMEN TRADE SHOTS WITH 101ST FIELD ARTILLERY

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The Crimson indoor polo trio strengthened by the return of F. D. Stranahan '26, veteran number one whose absence from the lineup in the Norwich defeat last week was noticeable, will meet one of the hardest tests of the season when it rides into action against the 101st Field Artillery's veteran three in the Commonwealth Armory next Saturday night. Captain R. A. Pinkerton '27, back, and Holden White '28, number two, with E. A. Tutein '28 as alternate, will complete the squad of veterans who aided in the winning of the intercollegiate championship last spring.

The University mallet men are expected to display greatly improved form over their play two weeks ago when they swamped the Lancers in the first match of the season. The Crimson riders have been practicing twice a week in the Armory and the ponies which were in poor condition at the opening of the indoor league competition have begun to round into shape.

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