Revamped Eleven, Undismayed by Injuries, Faces Holy Cross
Moral victory if Crusaders Can Be Held to Two Touchdowns in Last Encounter
Still undaunted by losing half a dozen of their best men, Coach dick Harlow's revamped Varsity will meet a very strong Holy Cross eleven at 2.30 this afternoon in one of the hardest games on the Harvard schedule.
The Crimson will go into the Stadium a very distinct underdog, with the betting odds running 2-1 against them and the profession prophets predicting a defeat by three or four touchdowns. Few of the prognosticators give Harvard a chance to score.
Even so, there still seem to be at least 50 people at Harvard who think that the Crimson can upset its heavily favored rival--those 50 being the players and coaches on the Varsity squad. At the final meeting of the squad last night Coach Harlow closed his speech by saying that if there was any man in the room who felt that Harvard was certain to be licked, he, Harlow, would like to have that man leave