Within the last two days some changes have been made in the Yale eleven, with direct reference to coping most effectually with Harvard. Winter has been transferred from right to left tackle, changing places with Wallis. This move, according to a dispatch from New Haven to the New York Herald, "was made with a view to the Harvard game for the purpose of putting Winter aginst Newell. Newell proved proved too much for Wallis last year and this year will be assigned to Winter, who is physically a much more powerful man." Hartwell has been taken from left end and placed at right, his old position being taken by Hinckey. Crosby has been taken from the 'varsity and placed on the second eleven. The final make-up of the Yale team will probably be as follows: Hinckey, left-end; Winter, left-tackle; Heffelfinger, left-guard; Stillman, centre; Morrison, right-guard; Wallis, right-tackle; Hartwell, right-end; Barbour, quarter-back; McClung, left half-back; C. Bliss, right half-back; McCormick, full-back.
It was announced officially day before yesterday that after yesterday, the grounds where the Yale team plays foot-ball will be closed to everybody including students, except men engaged in foot-ball practice. This is the first time that students have ever been barred from the use of the field. Signals will be tried and some of Stagg's tricks will be practiced - particularly that one by which he scored against Harvard last Saturday - W. C. Rhodes, captain of last year's Yale team, has arrived in New Haven and will, with the assistance of Corbin and others, direct Yale's practice until after the Princeton game.