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"Harvard plays its football for fun," "Chub" Peabody declared last night when he spoke, over a coast-to-coast NBC hook-up, as a member of Bil Stern's Life Magazine All-America team. On the same program were Brude Smith and Dick Wildon of Miunesota, Frank Sinkwich of Georgia, and Frankie Albert of Stanford.
Other news from the All-America front reveals that Peabody and Loren MacKinney, triple threat end, were honored by still another selection yesterday, when the Hearst All-America football board named Peabody to its first eleven and MacKinney to its second.
The Crimson guard is the first Harvard All-American since the days of Barry Wood, back in 1931, Numerous team selections of fans, printed in the Boston American, confirmed the opinion of the experts, all but a few selecting Peabody, and one reader went out on a limb to name five Crimson players, Peabody, Vern Miller, Tom Gardiner, Dick Pfister, and Don McNicol.
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