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Strengthened by the return of Gaylord Dillingham from the injured list, the Harvard polo team will face Yale in the annual outdoor game at the Myopia Club, Hamilton, on Saturday at 4 o'clock.
The Crimson, anxious to avenge a setback received at the hands of the Ellis in the indoor contest which was featured by a goal scored by "Be Quiet," a Harvard pony, will put a strong quartet on the field.
Ben Forbes will be No. 1, Gaylord Dillingham at No. 2 astride the famous "Be Quiet," Captain Skiddy von Stade at No. 3, and Bronson Rumsey at No. 4. The match is open to the public.
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