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B.C. ELEVEN TO TAKE DAY OFF TO WATCH CRIMSON-BEAR TILT

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Boston College's current contenders for the mythical national championship will take a day off Saturday and come over to the Stadium to watch Harvard beat Brown. The B.C. athletes are holding their game ever until the holiday on Tuesday, October 12, when they clash with Temple, third step in their drive toward an undefeated season which they have promised themselves.

They will be shepherded by their gloomily morose coach, Gil Dobie, who may have a chance to weep tears over some one else's team when he sees the Bear vie with the Crimson.

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