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Hanover, New Hampshire, Oct. 21-- The Dartmouth football team held a strenuous scrimmage this afternoon in preparation for the approaching game with Harvard. The first eleven, plus Ping Ferry, Aarne Frigard, Ted Wolf, and Charlie Nims were excused from practice after lengthy chalk talk by Coach Jackson Cannell.

During the afternoon session the coaches gave most of their attention to the third and fourth teams. The Grays, under the direction of Swede Youngstrom, played the part of the Harvard eleven, running through the various Crimson plays and passes with some degree of success. The third and fourth teams were on the defensive during most of the scrimmage, but late in the afternoon Bart McDonough, Bill Morton and Bill McCall took turns at directing the Green team, running through plays which the coaches considered rough in spots and needing some improvement. The practice would have continued until after dark had the team managers been able to turn on the flood lights which surround the football field.

Another scrimmage session is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon in which all members of the varsity squad will participate. Every man is expected to be available for the game Saturday, and A1 Marsters, who last year was handicapped by a weak ankle, is expected to be in the pink of condition.

Coach Cannell stated after the practice that his team will have to work hard this week, but that he is sure it will be in fine shape for the game.

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