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Spotted one goal on a handicap basis, the Remblers Polo team planned a 5 1/2 to 5 defeat on the Crimson Varsity malletmen in a senior indoor polo league game Saturday night at the Commonwealth armory. The defeat knocked the Crimson out of first place in the standing.
Gaylord Dillugham '40, at number 2, was the Harvard high scorer with three tallies, the final of the three being a spectacular long shot from midfield. Other Crimson players were Lewis, at the number 1 position, and W. B. Stabler at back.
It took a seven-minute sudden death overtime period to defeat the Yardling malletmen. Their victors were the Cossacks, another local horse aggregation.
The Freshman lineup showed Eider, at number 1, Drag, at number 2, and W. Stablear at back.
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