At the same time the Freshman team is planning to upset the 20 year jinx which hangs over the yearling meet. Not since 1907 has a first year Crimson team humbled its Eli opponents, but Captain E. E. Record's men comprise the strongest yearling aggregation in many years, while the Yale team, judging by its showing in the Princeton meet, is not as good as of past years. The 1932 events, scheduled to take place five minutes before the corresponding University contests, should in several cases provide keener competition than the more experienced University teams, as Record, N. P. Hallowell '32, and G. W. Kuehn '32 have been credited with performances exceeding any by Coach Farrell's men.
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