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The University football team held only a very light practice yesterday afternoon on the first day of direct preparation for the Princeton game. Every man on the squad, with the exception of Potter and Felton, was in good condition. Felton did not report because of his thigh which was slightly bruised Saturday, and Potter was given a day's rest by the coaches, and watched practice from the side-lines.
After a long blackboard talk in the Locker Building the squad went into the Stadium where the first team lined up against the second for 20 minutes of light scrimmaging. During this period the ball was given arbitrarily to one side or the other, as the coaches saw fit. Gardner appeared in the line-up of the regular team for the first time since his injury a month ago, and O'Brien took Felton's place at end. Practice was concluded by a half-hour signal drill.
W. P. Tobey '12 has been taken up from the second squad as a substitute end for the University team.
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