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Wires hummed and pulses ran high last night as today's epic alley struggle between the Campus Cops and Harvard "Yahd" police drew near. . . .

Yesterday afternoon the already confident Blue forces were considerably elated when it was agreed that any number of men could bowl, the five highest scores being relayed to Cambridge as the team score. Thus "Grapple" Kelleher will again be seen in action, along with such additional luminaries as "Fireball" Kay, "Red" Sullivan, and "Farmer" Brown.

McNulty, "Tiger" McKeever, "Snowshoes" Keegan, "Scoop" Murphy (southpaw), O'Hearn and the great "Knuckles" Morrissey himself will also attempt to show that their victory over T. D. was just a pace-setter for the Harvard clash.

"If you want to see some sweet Quinces, just drop around to the Elks this afternoon," asserted Morrissey, confident that his original club would live up to its claim to the all-flat championship of New England. The Yale Daily News.

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