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Honor came to three Varsity linemen last night with the selection of Don Daughters, right end, Joe Nee, left guard, and Al Kevorkian, left tackle to the All-New England team of the International News Service.
At the same time announcement was made of similar reward for Bobby Green, left end, and Ken Booch, right tackle, both of whom made the All-New England selections of the United Press.
Vernon Struck, ace spinner back, got second call from sports editors of the UP and Associated Press as well as honorable mention in the INS poll and a place on the NEA Service's All East second team. A place on the NEA team also went to Kevorkian, while Nee made the UP second team.
Receiving honorable mention by the UP were Don Daughters at end, Al Kevorkian at tackle. Chuck Klein at guard, Cliff Wilson at both the guard and center positions, and, in the backfield, Chief Boston, Torbert Macdonald and Frank Foley. Foley was also mentioned by the INS.
Clint Frank, Yale's great leader, was a unanimous choice for both the NEA and UP teams, while his teammate, Frank Gallagher, was placed on the UP first team and the NEA second squad at the pivot post.
The football schedules for 1938 and 1939 as announced by William J. Bingham '16, Director of Athletics, are:
The 1938 schedule:
October 1, Brown at Cambridge
October 8, Cornell at Cambridge
October 15, Army at Cambridge
October 22, Dartmouth at Cambridge
October 29, Princeton at Cambridge
November 5, Chicago at Cambridge
November 12, Virginia at Cambridge
November 19, Yale at New Haven
The 1939 schedule:
October 7, Bates at Cambridge
October 14, Chicago at Chicago
October 21, Pennsylvania at Cambridge
October 28, Dartmouth at Cambridge
November 4, Princeton at Princeton
November 11, Army at Cambridge
November 18, New Hampshire at Cambridge
November 25, Yale at Cambridge
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