In a game marked by a score almost every 60 seconds, the polo team lost to Princeton Saturday night at the Essex Troop Armory in Newark, N. J., 20 to 9.
The Tiger's regular trio, playing its last intercollegiate contest of the season, was only used in the first and last chukkers, yet it scored 14 goals.
High scorer for Harvard was Emil vau Peborgh with five goals. Stu Bennet and Sandy Calhoun accounted for the remaining four with two apiece.
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