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Fresh from its victories in the West, the Crimson polo team will try its spurs against the Tigers tomorrow in the Commonwealth Armory.
The trio will endeavor to add to its string of victories, including such notable conquests as winning over Yale twice, while Army and Cornell have also been taken into camp. The Princeton aggregate has not rolled up an impressive record, having been beaten by both Yale and Army.
Led by Captain Skiddy Von Stade, playing at three, the Crimson malletmen will be Ben Forbes at one, and Gay Dillingham at two.
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