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WETMORE, 1930 QUARTERBACK, ELECTED FRESHMAN CAPTAIN

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At a meeting of the men who had played in the games with Andover and Exeter this fall, William Wetmore of New York City was elected captain of the Freshman football team for the present season. Wetmore is first-string quarterback on Coach Casey's 1930 eleven, and has been playing a strong game, calling his plays with shrewdness and advancing the ball well when the Crimson first year men were on the offensive.

The new Freshman leader prepared for Harvard at St. Mark's School, where he played football three years, captaining his team during his last year of schoolboy play. Wetmore is the lightest man on the 1930 squad this year, tipping the scales at 140 pounds.

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