An unusual number of Freshmen received their numerals, subject to the approval of the Athletic Committee, for having played in the football game against Yale. In all, twenty-five men, including the manager, are entitled to wear their 1923. Their names follow:
Louis Pratt Brown of Glen Falls, N. Y.; Charles Chauncy Buell of Hartford, Conn.; Vinton Chapin of Boston, Winthrop Hallowell Churchill of Milton, Henry Wadsworth Clark of Ketchikan, Alaska; Bernard Sheridan Cogan of Stoneham, Joseph Morgan Cooper of Syracuse. N. Y.; Charles Kimball Cummings, Jr., of Boston; Louis De Jonge of Fitchburg, John Dempsey of Boston, Francis Fiske of Needham, Joseph Milton Hartley of Fairmount, West Va.; Alexander Haven Ladd, Jr., of Milton, Charles Carroll Lee of New York, N. Y.; George Owen, Jr., of Newton, Langdon Ward Post of Bayport, Long Island, N. Y.; Francis Rouillard of Chicope Falls, Edward Gillette Selden of Andover, Marion Wesley Self of Abilene, Texas; Walter keith Shaw of Concord, Duncan Forbes Thayer of Lancaster, Phillip Elder Wilson of Gloucester, Willis Brown Wood of Plainfield, N. J.; Robert Worthington of Dedham, and Manager Bradlee De Lameter Nash of Brookline.