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Wally Flynn, left end, won his varsity II with the 1942 eleven as a freshman. Six foot two in his stockings, Flynn will drop back from the line to do the booting this afternoon.

Edward S. Dewey, left tackle, came to Cambridge with the V-12's from Wesleyan and Baldwin Wallace. A mainstay on the 1945 team, 200-pound Dewey has moved over from the guard slot he filled last season.

Nick Rodis, left guard, played his last big football game with the Army Air Forces all-stars in Honolulu last year. The six foot, 210-pound lineman was an all state guard in his Nashua, N. H., high school eleven in 1940.

Charles R. Glynn, center, went right into the army after high school and last saw football action overseas with the Air Corps.

Jim Feinberg, right guard, steps into the big shoes of Emil Drvaric with two years' experience at Brown to help fill them. Jim spent the past few years as an Army sergeant.

Ed Davis, right tackle, was a pillar in the middle of the informal 1944 line. Back from a Navy destroyer, he moves over from guard.

John A. Fiorentino, right end, played center last fall for the 84th Division in Germany. A brother of B.C.'s Orange Bowl end, Fiorentino was switched from center to the wing spot by Harlow.

Frank J. Miklos, quarterback, played one season at Fordham before he received an Army commission and was a flashy schoolboy back at Donora, Pa.

George Washington Goethais, quarter-back, played in the 1942 backfield and will alternate with Miklos at the "T" formation quarterback chores this year. A possible starter.

Cleo A. O'Donnell, Jr., right halfback, was elected captain of the 1943 squad but joined the Marines before he had a chance to do anything about it. Captain again this year, 158-pound Cleo won a starting post this week.

Ralph F. Petrillo, left halfback, will do most of the passing for the Crimson. Comes to Harvard after three and one-half years in the Army Air Forces.

Vince Moravec, fullback, was a regular on the New London sub base team that beat Harvard last year and was a Lehigh varsity wingback in 1942. Won a purple heart off Anzio

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