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Plays Match in Smaller New Haven Armory; Four Period


With its only game in intercollegiate competition a victory, the polo team faces the Elis today in a clash at New Haven. The team will try to avenge last year's defeat at the hands of the Blue.

Facing the Yale team with a lineup of Warwick Stabler, Gay Dillingham, and Skiddy von State, the Crimson mallet men will play in a much smaller area than that to which they are accustomed in a four period game.

The Yale team has been defeated by Princeton. Whatever may be the outcome of the contest, the losing team will have a chance to redeem themselves next Saturday when there will be a return match staged in the Commonwealth Armory. It is reported that Captain Sargent, Harvard coach, is somewhat confident of a victory for the Crimson trio in the return engagement.

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