1916 BEFORE VARSITY CLUB
CLASS WILL ASSEMBLE TO CHEER TEAM OFF FOR NEW HAVEN AT 1 O'CLOCK.
The Freshman football squad leaves today for its seventh and final game of the year with the Yale freshmen at New Haven. The class will assemble at the Varsity Club at 1 o'clock, instead of in the Square at 1.10 as announced on the posters, and will accompany the team from the club to the Square, where a special car will be waiting to take it to the station. This will be the last opportunity for the class as a whole to lend its support to the team and every Freshman is urged to be on hand at the Varsity Club promptly at 1 o'clock.
Night Will be Spent at Farmington.
The squad will spend the night at Farmington and will go on to New Haven tomorrow, arriving there at 11.45 o'clock. Special cars have been chartered for the entire trip. In New Haven their headquarters will be at the Hotel Taft.
The team goes to New Haven well prepared for a hard game and in generally excellent condition. This week's practice has been consistently light, attention being devoted chiefly to speed and to accuracy in handling the ball. Various formations, especially for open plays, have been perfected, increasing considerably the versatility of the team's attack.
The following 26 men, accompanied by Coaches W. T. Gardiner '14, W. H. Chatfield '14, and C. P. Curtis, Jr., '14, Managers W. Blanchard and S. M. Felton. Doctor Loder and Trainer Cables, will make the trip: H. Amery, C. W. Birch, B. C. Cartmell, R. R. Cowen, L. Curtis, R. C. Curtis, J. A. Doherty, W. K. B. Emerson, C. C. Felton, J. A. Gilman, D. Greene, R. S. King, A. T. Lyman, G. A. McKinlock, E. W. Mahan, D. Miller, D. P. Morgan, F. B. Perkins, O. G. Ricketson, W. Rollins, E. W. Soney, F. H. Straus, W. Townsend, D. C. Watson, W. Whitney, A. Winsor