The Yale squad arrived at the Woodland Park Hotel, Auburndale, at 5.30 o'clock yesterday. Nothing was done during the afternoon, and there will be only a light signal practice today in order to get the men into the best possible physical condition. At present the team is not in the best of shape as T. Jones, the quarterback, is not expected to play. His played fairly well in the Princeton game. Dines may be put in later. Cates will start at left end, to be replaced by H. Jones toward the end of the game, and Roome will play at left halfback. These three are the only doubtful positions. Veeder is still in poor condition and may not play. Forbes is expected to play at left tackle, although his had is slightly injured. Erwin will play left guard with Hockenberger as first substitute. Flanders will start the game at center, and may be replaced by Smith. Tripp at right guard is not expected to last all through the game. The substitutes for his place are Andrews and Hockenberger. Bigelow is now in good shape as is also Captain Shevlin, Who will play right end. At right halfback Morse will probably be replaced by Hoyt late in the second half, and Flinn, Levine, and Quill may all be put in at fullback. Twenty six men compose the squad as follows: ends, Captain Shevlin, Cates, Howard, Jones, Congdon; Tackles, Forbes, Bigelow, Turner, Mackay; guards, Tripp, Erwin, Hockenberger, Gillis, Andrews; centres, Flanders, Smith; Quarterbacks, Jones, Hutchinson; backs, Roome, Morse, Flinn, Veeder, Levine, Quill, Stevenson, Hoyt and Knox.
Yale Squad at Auburndale
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