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Entering its opening game the decided underdog, the Freshman football team will face the Exeter squad at Exeter tomorrow at 2 o'clock.
The chances of the Yardling squad have been hurt by injuries and the crowning blow came when it was learned that Talbot Macdonald, considered one of the best running backs on the squad, would be unable to play tomorrow. Macdonald is a former Andover star, and it is thought likely that he will be ready to start the Andover game here next week.
The Freshmen have had barely two weeks practice and less than one of scrimmage, while Exeter has already engaged in a game against the Yale Frosh, with the schoolboys emerging on the short end of a 12-7 score.
Coach Henry Lamar has announced that his starting line-up will be Maguire, le., Downing, it., Fehr, lg., Bird, c., Wood, rg., Healy, rt., Kelly, re., Hoye, q., Moore, rh., Curtis, lh., Bailey, f.
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