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Three championship games highlight a schedule of 13 Harvard-Yale intramural contests this afternoon near the Yale Bowl in New Haven. The Crimson teams will be trying to duplicate their success last year, when they won six of seven games.
The tree title contests are: football-Kirkland and Jonathan Edwards-Banford, touch football-Quincy and Saybrook, and soccer-Eliot and Timothy Dwight. "We're hoping our championship teams do well." Harvard intramural director Folyd Wilson said last night. "This is our major concern."
Last fall. Kirkland crushed T. Dwiht-Stillman, 20-6, in the only tackle football game in which Yale scored. Eliot, defending soccer champions. also won last year. Quincy bowed. 32-26, in touch football last fall. so there is a definite revenge motive. "We can do it," said Quincy's Tom Harris.
All games. except for two non-championship soccer matches, begin at 2 p.m., and Wilson said he will be there.
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