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Yale Eleven Spent Quiet Sunday and Work Yesterday Was Light.

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New Haven, Conn, November 17, 1913,--Football men were given a complete rest Sunday. The day was spent at Fair-fields, the team being the guest of O. S. Jennings '87. The only men in Saturday's game who reported at the field today were Wheeler and Wiser. Dunn and Marting spent today in the infirmary, having slightly injured knees. Cooney and Brann were playing for the first time since their injuries. The Graduate coaches at the field were Vaughan, Camp, and Heffelfinger.

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