Thirty Seniors, fourteen Juniors and twenty-two Sophomores practised yesterday afternoon for the upperclass football teams. The Seniors and Sophomores practised punting and running down on punts. These two squads then divided into elevens, and had short signal practices, after which they lined up for short scrimmages. The 1904 squad practised passing and kicking and went through some signal practice, but there was no line-up. The first two games of the interclass championship series will probably be played as follows: Seniors vs. Juniors, on Friday, November 14; Sophomores vs. Freshmen, on Tuesday, November 18.
Upperclass Football Practice
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