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Will Clash With Princeton for Second Time This Season; Defeated Tigers 8-3 in Bermuda

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Returning from their Spring Vacation trip with a so-so record, the Harvard Rugby team will face Nassau College on Soldiers Field this afternoon at 3 o'clock. The game will be preceded by a game between the second teams of the two Colleges.

Nassau College has been playing for only a couple of years, but this season they are Fielding two exceptionally strong fifteens. The first outfit has already vanquished the New York Rugby Club and Yale.

Harvard, playing the first game of the home season, hopes to put out two good teams despite the fact that there are a good many inexperienced Freshmen playing the game. The fifteen men sent to Bermuda played three games, tying the Bermuda A. A. 3-3, and the Army-Navy team 9-9 and losing a close game to Princeton 8-3.

With graduate students bolstering the team led by Hayden Channing, Harvard has experienced players in Williams, a former Oxford player, Gephard, last year's Princeton captain, Cocking of Stanford and Desmond of Southern California.

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