Hanover, N. H., October 20, 1925,--"Dartmouth will have a stiff battle on its hands Saturday. The Holy Cross game will do Harvard nothing but good. They have a really strong team this year," stated Head Coach Hawley of the Dartmouth football forces this afternoon.
Coach Hawley made his statement after sending his eleven against the Second team in a long dummy scrimmage. The serubs, pitted by Lawrence Bankhaut a former Dartmouth star and more recent coach at Colgate, opposed the regulars with Harvard plays.
The driving signal drill which started the practice found the big Green eleven practically intact, with the only absentee Holleran, left tackle. Holleran, who last year put Dartmouth into scoring position by intercepting a Crimson pass is out with a broken finger.
The Dartmouth team lined up today as follows: Tully, le; Hardy. It; Captain Parker, r.t. Sage re; McPhail q.b; Lanex l.h.b; Oberlander, r.h.b; Honton, f.b.