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Wallace Wade, who is entering his final year as head coach of Alabama, says "toting ice, chopping down trees, working in steel mills and other laborious tasks do not put athletes in a good frame of mind for football. When they don their moleskins in September, they are stiff and pepless if they have had that type of summer regimen. I prefer regular exercise programs with emphasis on running." Wade's 1930 team is expected to compete for the Southern Conference Championship.
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