Following the stiff game with Clark University Tuesday and the practice brush with Coach Tolbert's Freshmen the following day, Coach Wachter let up on the quintet yesterday afternoon in the last practice before the West Point game and sent his men through merely a light shooting practice and a brief half-hour signal drill. This course was due to the fact that these two gruelling sessions following so closely upon each other had tired the men to some extent and Coach Wachter, by letting up on heavy work yesterday and today hopes to have the Crimson in top form for the contest on Saturday. All the men are in good shape, however, and the usual line-up will in all probability start the tussle with McLeish and Gordon at forward, Fitts at center, and Black and Rudofsky at guard.
Leaving the South Station at 1 o'clock today, the men making the trip plan to arrive at the Military Academy at about 8.30 this evening. No practice will be held tonight, however, but tomorrow morning the five will probably hold a short workout at the Academy gymnasium in order to get accustomed to the floor, which is reported to be "deader" than the surface at the Hemenway.
The following players will make the trip: Black, Feiring Fitts, Gordon, Lowenthal, McLeish, Pallo, Rudofsky, Tyson.