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To the Editors of the CRIMSON:
Not long ago the Crimson Football Team used to come upon the field clad in crimson, or perhaps I should say vivid red blankets. They always made a striking appearance. These, however, have been entirely absent this year, and in their place a most ordinary gray blanket has been substituted.
Those who were present at the Center game and saw with what care that team was dressed as they came on the field, not only with striking blankets, but each carefully arranged, must have wished that the Harvard team had presented the same striking appearance.
I would like to suggest through the columns of the CRIMSON that at least at New Haven this year we may again see "those red blankets." Some way they inspire confidence. GEORGE A. GILES '98.
November 4, 1920.
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