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Harvard scouts returned from a weekend trip to Amherst with glowing tales of the punch which the Lord Jeffs pack this fall. Messrs. Feller, Clark, and Stahl describe a rugged Amherst line in front of Bob Blood, admittedly a better running back at the present time than any Harvard gridder.

The Varsity got its first look at Amherst plays yesterday afternoon and devoted a large portion of time to forward passing. Dick Harlow is not overlooking any bets to protect his team against an unset in the first game, and he wants to have McNicol fully prepared to launch an aerial offensive against the Little Three standard bearers.

Ayres Back Soon

Burgy Ayres is the only man on the squad who is definitely out of the Amherst game. Don Forte, Bill Lyle, Ray Guild, and Elisha Atkins are all back on the active list. Ayres will probably get in some light work this week and should be ready for at least part-time duty against Michigan the following Saturday.

The "A" team: le MacKinney; it Elser; lg Peadbody; c Dietz; rg Koufman; rt Gardiner; re Morgan; qb Heiden; lh McNicol; rh Gordon; fb Gardella.

The "B" team: le Barnes; It Miller; lg Aldrich; c Grover; rg Ferris and Atkins; rt Lowry; re Forte; qb Pfister; lh Helman; rh Lee fb Waldstein.

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