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An opportunity for comparing the Harvard and Yale Freshman football teams will be furnished this afternoon when the Harvard Freshmen will line up against the Suffield School eleven on Soldiers Field. Last week the Yale Freshman defeated Suffield School 27 to 6 in an easy game in which Yale's substitutes figured largely.
The Freshmen have shown consistent power all season. Starting with a 7-0 victory over Andover, the team won a harder victory from Exeter 12-9 on the following Saturday. During the past ten days the team has continued to build up power in scrimmages against teams from the first and second University squads.
The Freshman line-up will be considerably rearranged this afternoon. Miller and Coady are still suffering from injuries which will keep them out until the Princeton game. They will be replaced in the backfield by Ellison and Upton. In the line, Captain Daley will be back at right tackle and Robinson will be beside him at right end.
Ellison's punting and Zarakov's broken field running are expected to be the features in the Crimson backfield.
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