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New Haven. Conn., Nov. 15--All members of the Yale football squad reported this afternoon for light work. The men who played in the Princeton game were given a short signal drill and limbering up exercises. Holabird, Brandenburg, and Roben who went out of the game Saturday on account of injuries were all in uniform and took part in the signal drill.
The line-up of the team starting the signal drill consisted of Scott and Fishwick, ends, Richards and Benton. Tackles Sturhahn and Webster, guards; Look, center: Bunnell, quarterback: Holabred: left halfback; Hoben, right halfback; and Kline, fullback.
Ryan took Benton's place at tackle later while Noble went in at left halfback. Failing at right halfback, and Cox of fullback. Wadsworth was also tried at fullback for a few minutes. Goodwine appeared in uniform bat took no part in the signal drill.
No scrimmaging is planned for the squad this week. The coaches will use the team in signal drill and in perfecting various plays. All of the men should be in good condition for the Harvard game except Caldwell.
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