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Watt Shifted to Wing, Field and Miller Promoted from Jayvees


Harvard's Varsity Rugby team meets its second opponent of the 1937 season today, Long Island University, at 2.30 o'clock on Soldiers Field. Long Island is reported to have a strong team this year and Harvard will have to use all its skill to take this game. After the 5-3 defeat at the hands of Nassau last Saturday there has been some rearrangement of the Harvard first fifteen.

Bill Watt has been shifted to the wing where his speed will count more than in his former inside position. Jim Field has been brought up from the J.V. team on the basis of his play on Saturday. He will play the other wing. Henry Miller, who also played on the J.V. team on Saturday, will help bolster up the scrum which proved a little weak in the Nassau game. With Jerry Desmond and Alan Simpson as inside three-quarters, the back line looks quite strong for this game. With one game behind them the team ought to be playing more as a unit today and the outlook is bright.

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