The practice yesterday was the hardest the team has gone through since the Pennsylvania game. The first team scored three touchdowns, but they were the result of long end runs and were not made by concerted playing. The team lacked the ability to play together; the backs did not support the line and the line men failed to help the runners. The punting of the first eleven was poor and had no distance.
Daly, Hallowell, Gierasch and Campbell were all out in football clothes and did some light work. They are not yet in condition to play, however, and are taking a rest. Kendall and Eaton were not on the field.
After twenty-five minutes of brisk signal practice the first and second elevens played a practice game as usual. L. Daly kicked off to Fincke, who ran thirty-five yards before being downed. A few short gains were made and then Sawin carried the ball over the line for the first touchdown, five minutes after play had begun. Fincke returned the next kick-off, and the first eleven at once took the ball on downs. Sawin then made two thirty yard runs, and a little later Devens made the second touchdown. Soon after the next kick-off the team changed sides near the second's goal and the first team was put on the defense. The first took the ball on downs and started to rush the ball down the field. Slow and spiritless playing made the progress slow, until Devens circled left end and ran forty yards for the third touchdown.