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Freshman Numerals Awarded

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The following 19 members of the 1917 football squad received their numerals for playing in the Yale game on Saturday; G. Ames, of North Easton, J. Baker, of Wellesley; L. Berman, of Boston; W. J. Boles, of Boston; H. B. Cabot, of Brookline; G. C. Caner, of Philadelphia, Pa.; A. C. Clark, of Boston; J. A. Clark, of New York, N.Y.: A. Coolidge, of Boston; M. Cunningham, of Litchfield, Con.; E. A. Douglas, of Buffalo, N.Y.; D. Duncan, of Port Washington, L. I., N.Y.; R. Harte, of Philadelphia, Pa.; J. Ca. Harris, of Brookline; G. E. Leighton, of Monadnock, N. H.: H. W. Minot, of Boston; J. E. P. Morgan, of New York, N.Y.: H. L. Sweetser, of Boston; and W. Willcox, of Norfolk, Va.

A special football dinner will be served at Memorial and the Union on Saturday before the game at $1 per plate. Music will be furnished t both places.

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