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Gates Thrown Open to Public at Football Practice in New Haven.

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New Haven, Conn., November 13, 1913.--Practice today for the first team men was very light, consisting mainly of signal practice and drill in kicking. The first team went through signal practice with the third team, no tackling being done. Guernsey and Pumpelly tried drop-kicking. The punting was done by Knowles and Guernsey, while Marting and Warren alternated at the kick-off. The gates were thrown open to the public.

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