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Yale will be the adversary for both the University and Freshman lacrosse teams this afternoon, the veterans meeting at 2 o'clock on Soldiers Field, while the 1929 stick wielders will travel to New Haven to battle the Elis in their own territory.
The Yale University team is a dangerous aggregation. Of the six games which it has played to date it has won four, rolling up during course of the season, 36 points to its opponents' 16. It held the strong Princeton team, which had blanked the University team with nine goals, to a 6 to 3 score.
A particular dangerous man on the Yale team is Green, at out home, who has done the greatest amount of scoring this season. For the University, Captain Reed has been playing a superlative game at first defense.
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