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The managership awards for two Freshman sports were announced yesterday.
Francis Parker Kinnicutt of New York City, won the first football managership. He prepared at St. Marks. His first assistant will be Herbert. Tenney Holbrook of Milwaukee, from Milwaukee Country Day School. The second assistant manager is Kendrick Kerns of Newton who prepared at Newton Country Day.
The four dormitory football managerships were awarded to Frederick Childs of New York City from Middlesex. Leonard Fowle of Marblehead from Dummer Academy, Clarence Elkins Galston, of New York City from Exeter, and Wallace Ryan of London, England, from Harrow.
Robert Emmett Ross III, of Greenwich, Connecticut obtained the Freshman Cross Country managership. He prepared for college at Greenwich High School. His first assistant will be Jacob Moscovitz of Boston. Moscovitz received his preparatory training at Boston Latin School.
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