The Freshman eleven had two short practice line-ups yesterday afternoon, one against the second Freshman team and the other against the Seniors. There was a decided improvement in team work and, though the ground and ball were wet, there was little fumbling. The defensive work against the lighter second team was excellent, but the line did not hold together well against the Seniors, who made some substantial gains through tackle and guard. Later on, however, with the ball in their possession, the Freshman eleven started more quickly and pushed steadily down the field by means of line plunges. The interference was better formed and the men got into the plays with more snap. J. L. Knox '98, who has had charge of the Freshman teams for the past few years, assisted in the coaching.
Freshman Football Practice.
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