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Of the four football games played Saturday by Harvard teams, the freshmen alone lost their game. It is only necessary for us to refer to what we have said before, and to remind the freshman class again that if the team is not given a fair chance to practice, no games can be won. Saturday's game only goes to prove that more than two elevens must be out each day, that all must play harder and with more head work if '94 is to do as well as preceding freshman classes. The university game was discouraging. We have seldom witnessed such weakness as Harvard showed during the first half. What with fumbling, bad rush line work and great carelessness in watching the ball it seemed as though Harvard had lost all her old animation. The second half was a little more satisfactory in point of score, which owing to the brilliant work of two or three men, was raised to a respectable figure.

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