The Freshman football squad was yesterday given its first practice in tackling the dummy. The time of practice was lengthened so that the candidates were kept at work for over an hour. The line-men were again drilled in breaking through and the backs and ends in catching, kicking and running in punts. Several teams will be formed early next week and lined up against each other. E. T. Putman 2G., assisted E. Motley '02 in coaching the kicking, while B. Wendell '02 and C. H. Robinson '04 drilled the men in breaking through and tackling.
Freshman Football Yesterday.
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