SPRING SCRIMMAGING IS VETOED BY GREEN COACH
The three-week period of hard spring football practice does not find favor with Coach Jackson Cannell of Dartmouth, according to an address he delivered to the 90 Green aspirants who assembled to discuss the prospects for next fall's season.
Cannell intends, however, that every candidate shall put in a consistent amount of football training work on his own initiative. He urges backs, ends, and centers to keep their arms in shape and concentrate on the passing game. The linemen are to skip rope three times a week for a half hour. This plan has never been tried before.
In his address the coach said: "Dartmouth is going to do more football work between now and next fall than any other Dartmouth team has ever attempted. I am not in favor of organized squad practice, but when the squad meets next September I expect that 50 per cent of the passing work will be accomplished by then."