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It was definitely announced Saturday by Mr. F. W. Moore, Graduate Treasurer of the Harvard Athletic Association, that the University of Georgia would meet the University football team in the Stadium on October 15, 1921.
The University of Georgia eleven, which has never before played in the East, is especially noted for its strong line and all-around clean play.
Last season, defeating all of its opponents, Georgia showed its strength, and one of the Atlanta papers is reported to have said that no team could score through the Georgia line unless it had an all-American backfield. In the nine games which the eleven played, it scored 210 points to its opponents' 17, and allowed only one opponent, the University of Alabama, to cross its goal line.
Major Moore also announced that Middlebury College had been selected as the second team to meet the University eleven in the double-header next fall on the first day of the season.
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