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Yale will upset Harvard according to Herster Barres, Yale '32 and at present End Coach at New York University.
In answer to Stanley Woodward, New York Herald-Tribune sports writer, who had predicted a Harvard victory, Barres said that he had 'not yet met a Princeton, Harvard, or even Yale man who has not made the same choice.
"Therefore put down my choice for the major upset of 1937 as . . . Yale over Harvard," Woodward's answer: "We have made our choice and are stuck with it.''
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