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Without the services of Captain F. Skiddy von Stade, six goal ace who had been playing in South America during the fall, the polo team clashes with the Ramblers, local Class A outfit, in the season's opener at the Commonwealth Armory tonight.
Captain Chester E. Sargent, coaching Harvard polo this year for the first time, will field a trio composed of Jack Lewis at number one, Gaylord Dillingham at number two, and Warwick Stabler at back. Lewis and Dillingham, acting captain, come up from last year's Freshmen, while Stabler saw service on the Varsity.
The team faces no college competition until February, when Von Stade will have returned to the fold. Other standouts on the squad are Ben Dillingham, Georg Duff, and Gordon Schall.
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