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With the cheers of 1500 students ringing in their ears, the eleven men who will start against Yale on Saturday will file up onto the platform in the Living Room of the Union through the Yard and adjacent streets, to gather the crowds of undergraduates and lead them to the Union, where the rally is scheduled to start at 7.15 o'clock.
Coach Horween will speak, and will be followed to the rostrum by J. L. Brader, Wisconsin 1923, former all-American tackle, who is coaching the University linemen, and C. R. Carney, Illinois 1923, all-American end, who is tutoring the Crimson wingmen.
Coady and Daley to Speak
C. D. Coady '27 captain of the team, and L. F. Daley '27, President of the Student Council, will also address the meeting. Mike Denthan, dean of all Crimson rooters, will be on hand with his famous flag, a gift of the late P. D. Haughton '99, which has waved in Crimson triumphs since 1908.
Tomorrow afternoon, the team will hold its final Cambridge practice of the year. Behind the band the entire student body will parade to Soldiers Field to cheer the team, and sent it off to New Haven to battle the Blue. Not since 1922, when the Haughton system reached its climax, has the Crimson flaunted over the Blue at the end of the game.
Entire Squad Leaves Friday
J. R. Burke '27, manager of the team, has announced that a squad of 65 players, doctors, managers, conches and attendants will leave Boston at 10 o'clock on Friday morning and afternoon. After a short workout the player will go until just before game-time on be provided for the special busses in which the eleven will make Saturday's journey from Derby to New Haven.
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