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When the Freshmen take the field tomorrow against the Yale 1933 eleven, Captain H. K. Wells '33, quarterback, will be back in the lineup. Because of an injury received earlier in the season, this game will be the first the captain has started since the Worcester contest.
The Harvard lineup will be practically the same as that which started in the Dartmouth game last Saturday, with the exception of Wells at quarter. Coach French has spent a week in polishing up his eleven for the crucial match tomorrow, and the team is in its best condition of the season.
Yale comes to Cambridge after a victory over the Princeton Freshmen last Saturday, and a week of drill in which Coach Osbourn has had his men pointing for the Crimson encounter. R. B. Parker is the leading figure of the Blue backfield having made three touchdowns in the Princeton game last week, and helping the team to pile up its 22 to 0 score.
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