The call which the coach of the freshman eleven has made to men who have played on the upper class teams should meet with prompt response. As is pointed out, it is of the greatest importance to the team that it be given a chance to try its signals and formations with opponents who are not also perfectly familiar with them. We are very confident that the policy of keeping 'varsity men off the freshman eleven will prove a wise one. While the teams are not likely to be quite as heavy as usual, there is every reason to expect more interesting playing and a game that is generally better planned and better executed than what we have been accustomed to in former Harvard-Yale freshman games.
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