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Light Work in Preparation for Big Contest Continued Yesterday.--Trumbull Back on Field.


Light work continued to form the larger part of the University eleven's practice yesterday. Easy signal drill and no scrimmage indicated that the team is concentrating in laying plans for the Elis. The coaches do not wish to run the risk either of being deprived of a good player by injury, or of having the men go stale. In their character, all of the practices are directed at Yale rather than Brown.

Three regulars--Bradlee, O'Brien, and Captain Storer--were not in uniform, but watched the drill: Nor was Gilman worked very hard, being replaced for half the afternoon by R. Curtis. Trumbull was on the field in football clothes yesterday for the first time since his injury some time ago. Although he will have to let Soucy take his place in the Brown game, Trumbull will probably be in sound condition for use against Yale.

With substitutes in place of the three regulars who were resting, the University team undertook a detailed study of defensive formations designed to stop Yale. The eleven also rehearsed some offensive plays, run by the team in the new order. Because of the fact that the shift of day before yesterday was only a change of position for all but one of the players, and did not involve men strange to the team, the new combination ran smoothly. As a machine for energetic use in a hard battle, however, the new order of things is still an unknown quantity.

The line-up yesterday:

Dana, Coolidge, l.e.; Hitchcock, l.t.; Pennock, l.g.; Soucy, c.; Cowen, r.g.; Gilman, r.t.; Hardwick, r.e.; Logan, q.b.; Bettle, l.h.b.; Mahan, r.h.b.; Brickley, f.b.

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