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ARMY RIDERS EDGE CRIMSON

Two Goals in Last Chukker Bring 6-4 Victory To Cadets

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In an upset victory Saturday afternoon at West Point, the Army riders downed the Crimson polo team 6-4 with a two goal final chukker.

Until the last period the lead changed hands with every score, but the Cadets rode off with the victory with the concluding rally. Gay Dillingham was high scorer for the Crimson with three goals, and tied the Army Captain's total.

Playing for the Crimson were Ben Forbes at one, Dillingham at two, Skiddy von Stade at three, and Pete Rumsey, back. Forbes tallied the other point--for Harvard.

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