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R. D. Wrenn Harvard's Delegate.

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Captain Dibblee has appointed Robert D. Wrenn '95, to act as Harvard's representative at the conference to be held Feb. 19, at the University Athletic Club in New York, for the purpose of revising the football rules. The suggestion to call this meeting was made some time ago, and all the larger colleges have been invited to send representatives.

With the exception of Joseph H. Sears '89, who has been Harvard's representative at all similar meetings for the last three or four years, the committee will be practically the same as in the past. They are the following: Walter Camp of Yale, Alex. Moffatt of Princeton, J. C. Bell of Pennsylvania, L. M. Denniss of Cornell, and Paul Dashiel of Cornell, and Paul Dashiel of the United States Naval Academy, as delegate-at-large.

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