Princeton has been subjected during the past week to a steady run of hard luck. At present seven of the squad are on the hospital list, some of them seriously disabled. Capt. Lea has not yet recovered from the injury to his shoulder sustained in the Harvard game. Suter has wrenched his knee badly, and Baird is laid up with water on the knee. It is probable that neither Lea, Suter or Baird will be able to play in the Yale game on Nov. 23. This will materially lessen Princeton's chances of winning, which hitherto have been very good. A promising halfback to replace Baird has, however, been found in Kelly, a freshman. The coaches who will remain with the team till the Yale game are Moffatt, Janeway, Wheeler, Lewis and Fine.
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