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The Williams eleven is by far the strongest team Harvard has met this year and the game yesterday was a good test of the strength of our eleven. The score compares favorably with that made by Yale against the same team. Williams discovered the weak points and by attacking those repeatedly gained much ground. The rush line work was very poor and Williams had little difficulty to make holes in it. The tackling of several of the team was high and the passing was slow and uncertain. Harvard's superiority lay chiefly in the excellent work of the packs and ends. The weakness of the rushline was probably partly due to the constant change in the make up of the team during the past two weeks. However, the men all play with snap and energy and we look for rapid improvement.

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