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Princeton opened its season against Rutgers, and the resulting score of 14 to 3 against a weak eleven showed that there was much to be done in the Tiger camp. The calibre of play was low, the men weak on the most fundamental points, and the team disorganized in action. Since that time, however, most rapid strides have been made. The three easy contests with Fordham, Bucknell and Syracuse following gave the team opportunity to study and eliminate weak points, to try out new line-ups and formations, and were of the greatest assistance to the coaches in every way. The progress of the team was concretely demonstrated last Saturday when Holy Cross was snowed under by the huge score of 54 to 0.

The game on October 25 against Dartmouth, however, was a distinct disappointment both in point of score and play. The Tiger attack had lost its vaunted strength when tried against the unyielding Dartmouth line. This defeat, bitter as it was, put new spirit into the Princeton team and last Saturday, with a return to form, Holy Cross was literally torn to pieces. The Princeton eleven has begun to retrieve the Dartmouth defeat and it will meet Harvard tomorrow completely rejuvenated and ready to fight its hardest.

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