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Yale's yearling eleven nosed out the Crimson 21-19 on Saturday, but the margin of victory was not one to cause any alarm for the future of Varsity competition over the next few years.
Despite the fact that they lost by the margin of two points after touchdown, the showing of the underdog team of Neil Stahley against what was termed the best Blue aggregation in ten years was one yielding rosy hopes for the future.
Two of the Harvard touchdowns were scored on marches of over 30 yards, an exhibition of sustained power that would please any coach's heart, and the last of these was made when they were so far behind that two scores were necessary to gain victory. And even after that, with seconds only to play, the Harvards never let down.
Up to the Varsity next year will come a wealth of material. Captain Cliff Wilson showed much promise at his new position at center, and Frank Foley, Ulysses Lupien, and Harding shone in the backfield. Stahley's men will materially bolster the 1936 Varsity squad.
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