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HOUSE GRID FORCES MEET YALE RIVALS

Adams Eleven Meets Timothy Dwight in Final Encounter of Season

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Football talent in staging a mass migration to New Haven today, as every upperclass grid squad worthy of the name prepares to meet its Yale counterpart.

Chief among the petty rivalries is the intramural championship, between Adams House and Timothy Dwight, scheduled for early this afternoon. The Gold Coasters have been stressing pass defense and down-the-field blocking, their two weaknesses, in the week's workout, and should be at their peak.

Other tackle contests will be fought between the remaining six Houses and other Yale Colleges. Many of these rivalries have now become traditional. Others have been inaugurated for the first time this year. In any case they illustrate the increasing trend toward intercollegiate athletics for all.

On the touch side of things, the undefeated Kirkland sextet, fresh from a 5-1 win over the Bellboys yesterday, is fighting for the Harvard-Yale intramural crown with the Bulldog champs. Lastly, following out their traditional rivalry, the Gold Coast touch outfit has been challenged to battle by Saybrook.

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