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NO GAME WITH DARTMOUTH

Next Fall in Football as Schedule Was Too Hard This Year.--Brown Probable Substitution.

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The University football schedule for 1913 as it has been tentatively drafted, will not include a game with Dartmouth but will probably have Brown substituted in its place. The reason for the dropping of this game is that the advisory committee and the coaches thought that three hard games at the end of the season were too severe a strain on the players, and they therefore thought that it was best that Dartmouth be dropped from the schedule next fall. This does not mean, however, that the break in the long series of contests between the two Universities will be permanent, for it was merely decided upon for the one year. The substitution of an easier game will enable the players to be in a better condition for the Yale game than they would be with a series of hard contests immediately before it.

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