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Today's Harvard-Boston College Freshman football game will match two undefeated powerhouses, and could easily go either way.

The Crimson toppled Dartmouth last weekend 26-6, and B.C. downed Holy Cross. Both teams have defeated Brown, but B.C. won by six touchdowns, whereas the Yardlings topped the Bruins only by one.

Crimson coach Henry Lamar said yesterday that his team "is looking good--its improving all the time." Harvard boast three very strong lines, and as many equally strong sets of backs. About the chances of victory this afternoon, Lamar said only that "our boys will do their best."

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