Princeton Rugby Club
Captains' Memorial

Will Dickey in suit 68'
Captain Will Dickey 1968 with Dick Cass, 68' and Peter Lyon, 68'

3 Amigos
Captain Terry Larrimer 1969 with Tom Pirelli, 69' and Jim Sherman,69'


We are proud to announce that the Princeton Rugby Club has reached an agreement with Tiger Inn to rename their porch "The Dickey Larrimer Rugby Porch" in honor of Will Dickey, 68' and Terry Larrimer, 69', two legendary Princeton Rugby Captains who are no longer with us. In addition Tiger Inn has given us the right to create a Rugby Wall on the porch that will display permanent plaques listing all previous men and women's Rugby Captains. We will be able to hold all Rugby gatherings on the porch and utilize their boardroom for executive meetings.

We are halfway to our goal!!!
We have raised $79,500 towards our goal of $150,000 to contribute to the Tiger Inn Renovation to create The Dickey Larrimer Rugby Porch. We thank you for your generosity if you have already made a tax deductible donation. If you haven't please make your donation now so we can reach our goal by the end of January. 
Instructions for Making a Contribution

Please make your check payable to: "The Prospect Foundation-The Tiger Inn Account" and add in the memo line or in a covering letter: "For The Rugby Porch"

Mail to: The Tiger Inn, 48 Prospect Avenue, Princeton New Jersey 08540

If You wish to send securities or use a credit card please go to the website and follow the instructions online.

When you have made your contribution please send me an email indicating the date you sent it and the amount so we can track it. My email address is

Please pass this email on!

If you know the email address of other ruggers that you played with, please pass this email on to them. We'd love to see as many former players as possible have the opportunity to contribute to this great memorial recognizing the captains who inspired us to play Princeton Rugby.

We thank each of you for your commitment to the Princeton Rugby Club and to the Captains' Memorial.


Bob Mauterstock, 68'
Princeton Rugby Club