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Haupt or Williams, c.

Fraser, r.g.

Lanari, l.g.

Cruickshank, r.t.

Vcrlot, l.t.

Meltzer, r.e.

Greenhill, l.e.

Gorin, q.b.

Strusser, l.h.b.

Hara, r.h.b.

Smith, f.b.

That looks like a line-up of a typical eastern, western, or southern football team, as the names indicate various nationalities, with descendants of the so-called newer immigrants in the majority. There is even an aspect of all-Americanism in it.

The line-up is entirely fanciful, however. The names are those of men who have been chosen by Harvard for its teaching and research staff....

The melting pot is working, not only to the advantage of the American physique, but to the great benefit of American culture and civilization. Those who regret the tremendous immigration of the past would do well to reflect on the invaluable elements of every kind which we have gained from it. --The Boston Herald.

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