PRACTICE LIGHT BEFORE GAME
INJURED GETTING BACK. -- PENNSYLVANIA STATE WILL ARRIVE TODAY.
The University football team, after two days spent in the hardest kind of scrimmaging against the second team, the Freshmen, and the Canadians was given light practice yesterday afternoon. The line-men, however, had a fairly stiff drill in offensive tactics, the men lining up against each other and attempting to break through. Pennock, who took part in this work, twisted his bad knee just at the end of the session. Although he was able to walk later in the afternoon it is not likely that he will play in the Pennsylvania State game. Logan ran through signals with the team for the first time in two weeks, but his condition and lack of practice will doubtless keep him out of Saturday's game also. Trumbull is in shape to play, and Hardwick seems as fit as ever, so that the condition of the University team, with the exception of Pennock, is the best it has been in some time. A change that was the cause of some surprise was the shifting of Harris, who has been playing as a substitute in the University backfield, to the squad of centres.
The Pennsylvania team is due to arrive this morning, and both it and the University elevens will hold light practice today in preparation for the coming contest.
The probable selection for the game is as follows: l.e., T. J. Coolidge; l.t., R. Curtis; l.g., Bigelow; c., Wallace; r.g., Weston; r.t., Trumbull; r.e., Soucy; q.b., Watson; l.h.b., Hardwick; r.h.b., Francke; f.b., Bradlee.