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The eighteen men who participated in the Yale game this fall will assemble in Captain Storer's room. Holoworthy 16, late this afternoon to elect the captain of next year's team. As is the custom, the captain will probably be chosen from among the eligible Juniors. Six 1915 men played in the recent Yale game and have been on the University squad for the past two seasons. These men are F. J. Bradlee, C. E. Brickley, H. R. Hardwick, M. J. Logan, S. B. Pennock, and W. H. Trumbull, Jr.
Gale Evening at Harvard Club.
The Harvard Club of Boston will give a dinner in honor of this year's championship eleven at the new club house on Commonwealth avenue this evening at 7 o'clock. The guests will include all the men who played in the Yale game together with Manager G. F. Plimpton '14.
Although the diners may not be so numerous as last year when 700 graduates assembled at the Copley-Plaza to honor the 1912 team, the number will be but slightly under that figure and the enthusiasm will be just as rampant owing to the fact that the 1913 season was an epoch making one, making the first victory over Princeton on Osborne Field and the initial triumph over Yale in the Stadium.
Major Henry Lee Higginson '55 will preside and the toastmaster will be Charles Francis Adams, 2d, '88. The speakers will be President Lowell, J. W. Farley '99, Captain R. T. P. Storer '14, and Coach P. D. Haughton '99, who will give an illustrated talk on the principal plays of this year's game with Yale. It is also probably that next year's captain who will be elected this afternoon will be called on for a short address.
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