It will take $1000 to repair the damage done to Yale Field by last Saturday's football game and by previous practice, and the whole of the gridiron will have to be resodded. The Yale Field management as a result of this condition of affairs and to avoid trouble in the future at football games, has set a corps of men at work on the immediate preparation of a new university gridiron upon the land recently purchased opposite Yale Field. This will be resodded and used for future practice of the university squad and the regular gridiron kept for games and particularly for the big game at the end of the season.
Yale Field in Bad Shape
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