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Ardent followers of football well have a chance to watch the first interhouse football game in history when the teams of Lowell and Dunster Houses battle on the class field at Soldiers Field this afternoon at 3.15 o'clock.
The game this afternoon comes as the result of a challenge sent by the Lowell House committee two weeks ago urging the Dunster residents to form an eleven. Since that tome, I.R. Duchin IG.B., and A. W. Samborski '26, respective Lowell and Dunster mentors, have worked out daily, with about 18 men from each house.
As far as can be determined by an extremely brief practice period, the Lowell eleven seems to be deemed a favorite for today's game. Both teams have drawn men form the class and 150-pound teams. while men on the University squads gave been declared ineligible to play. The referee for the game will be Clifford Gallagher, coach of University wrestling.
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