The following 18 members of the 1913 football squad won their class numerals in the annual game with the Yale freshmen, on Soldiers Field, Saturday: Captain R. P. Lewis, of Walpole; M. F. Carr, of Brookline; G. C. Cutler, Jr., of Brookline; R. G. Ervin, of Villanova, Pa.; S. M. Felton, 2d, of Haverford, Pa.; H. B. Gardner, of New York; L. Godfrey, Jr., of Philadelphia, Pa.; A. M. Goodale, Jr., of Cambridge; E. A. Graustein, of Cambridge; E. P. Graves, of Boston; P. M. Hollister, of Grand Rapids, Mich.; G. G. Jones, of Roxbury; E. A. Lingard, of Boston; W. B. Marsh, of Cambridge; J. S. Parker, of Bedford; D. C. Parmenter, of Gloucester; P. L. Wendell, of Jamaica Plan; and O. Wolcott, of Readville.
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