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Although the HDA doesn't always like to admit it, Harvard has a rugby team, and a pretty good one at that. Today at 3 p.m. in honor of Jubilee Week-end pleasure seekers, the Crimson XV entertains one of Canada's best rugby teams, the Montreal Barbarians.
This Crimson enters the game with a 4-1-1 mark this spring. It is the last home game of the season and the last chance for the squad to try out new plays before facing Yale and Dartmouth, the two toughest Ivy League opponents.
Keith Julian, John Hutchinson, Bill Mares, John Damis, Ian Pasley-Tyler, and Richard Carey are the starting backs. The scrums should be John van Schalkwyck, Ron Juvonen, Jim Beery, Gene Skowronski, Mike Auer, Lyle Mishell, Dick Schulman, and Lee Freeman. If you like a fast, rough game, drop by the old House football field at 3 p.m.
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