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After a long talk yesterday afternoon in which he went over the mistakes of Saturday's game, Coach Fisher put his men through a light practice. The work consisted in signal drill and work with the forward pass.
The coaches seem to be well satisfied with the team they sent against Williams as the line-up yesterday was the same as that of the team which started the game against the Berkshire team. Buell still seems to be the choice for quarter in spite of the good showing that Fitzgerald made Saturday. He uses his head so well in the selection of plays, drop-kicks so expertly, and runs the team so capably that he will be a hard man to oust from his position.
Very few men were hurt in Saturday's game; none seriously, and at the present time it looks at if the Crimson would be in a position to present its entire strength against the much touted Centre aggregation. As Sedgwick's strained neck is much better, the coaches expect to use him in practice during the rest of the week. Captain Horween has nearly recovered from his strained muscle, and it is certain that the Crimson captain will lead his team next Saturday.
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