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Open practice yesterday consisted of an eighteen minute line-up between the first and second teams, in which the feature was a successful drop-kick by Marshall from the 35-yard line. This kick and a touchdown by Shea, on steady gains from the second's 40-yard line, were the only scores made by the University eleven. Marshall's second try for a goal from the field, from the 45-yard line just before the close of the half, was blocked by Pope.
The scrimmage was free from off-side play and the ball changed sides only twice on fumbles. Nevertheless, the play was very ragged and unsteady. On the offensive the University eleven was several times forced to resort to punting and was once held on downs. A conspicuous illustration of its unreliability on the defense was given at the out-set by the success of a trick play by the second, on which Dodge made 20 yards.
There was little shifting of places in yesterday's line-up, as the scrimmage period was comparatively short. Goodhue, who has been making a good showing at left half on the second for the last two weeks, was for the first time tried on the University eleven. Meier played well yesterday in both tackle positions, followed the ball closely and was sure in his tackling. LeMoyne's punting was uneven; his first kick was good for 50 yards, but at times he was slow in getting the kicks off and, as on Wednesday, allowed one to be blocked. Parkinson did not return to the scrimmage, and Hurley, Schoellkopf, and Hanley were among the other men laid off for a rest.
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