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Several changes from last Saturday's lineup marked the eleven that Coach Horween announced last night would start against Princeton. The fine play of Strong as a substitute end in the Dartmouth and Tufts contests has apparently earned him the call over Saltonstall for the regular left end position, and he will start hostilities against the Tiger.
For the first time this year President Lowell was a witness of the practice. He was accompanied on his tour around Soldiers Field, by Dean C. N. Greenough '98 and Professor H. A. Yeomans '00.
Kilgour, who has been out for a week with an injury, took his old right-guard post in yesterday's practice, and will start in that position on Saturday. Of the two sophomores who are battling for the left hallback berth. Guarnaccia seems to have the call on French, and is named to be in the backfield at the kick-off against the Orange and Black.
With these exceptions Horween will start the same team that faced Tufts last week. Meadows will be Strong's companion at end. Captain Coady and Pratt will hold down the tackle berths, Sinonds and Kilgour will be at guards, and Gamache at the pivot position.
Putnam will call the signals in the backfield, with Miller and Sayles in the places which they have held in every game this year.
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