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TIGERS HOLD FINAL SCRIMMAGE

Men Underwent Snappy Practice, Seeming in Excellent Condition.

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Princeton, New Jersey, Wednesday, November 5, 1913.--The Princeton team had its final scrimmage before the Harvard game today. All regulars were in the line-up. Team B used Harvard plays and gave the 'Varsity fifteen minutes defensive practice. No score resulted. This scrimmage was followed by one between the Freshmen and the 'Varsity, ending 9 to 0 for the latter. Baker kicked a field goal from the 25-yard line, and Payne, substituting for Streit, made the touchdown. The men are in excellent condition.

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