The Yale football management has started a new scheme to develop the eleven for the Princeton game. A captain has been appointed for the second eleven and he will make his men play exactly the game Princeton played against Harvard and Cornell. As Princeton has been playing strictly the same kind of a game all the fall, it is the opinion at Yale that she cannot completely change her style of play in time to meet Yale and the Yale 'varsity, drilled by the second team in this same kind of work, should be better able to defeat it. Alexander Brown, the oarsman, and a prominent candidate for tackle, will act as captain of the second eleven.
Yale's New Plan.
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