AS THE curtain rises on the 1927 football season it will find the Corps on the fron row with its usual enthusiasm as well as an interesting schedule with some few familiar faces, also many new ones who have played in the West, Far East and South. Without the introduction of new faces and the passing of old ones, we soon lose faith in in our policy. In less than five years we have won a standing in the collegiate footfall world that has surpassed that of many colleges of twice and three times the age of our association.
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