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Harvard's polo team goes up against its strongest opposition of the year in the Orange Bowl tonight when its takes on a University of Miami team that has won its last 24 consecutive games.
The team, which left for Miami by air last night, has already defeated Cornell, last year's National Intercollegiate Champions. But Miami has been drilling regularly outdoors at Delray Beach and Coral Gables, while the Crimson has had to confine its activities to indoor work in New York and the Cage here.
The travelling squad: Nick Arundel, Walter Beveragg, Sandy Calhoun, Morgan Davis, Tom White (player-manager).
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