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ELEVEN WILL BE INTACT ENTERING YALE CONTEST

COACHES AND SOPHOMORES TRY BROWN TACTICS

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With the entire University squad excused from practice yesterday afternoon, the doctors were able to ascertain the extent of the injuries suffered in last Saturday's encounter with the Tiger. Barring accidents during the next two weeks, all the Crimson players will be in condition to face Yale in the Bowl a week from Saturday.

Guarnaccia Will be Fit for Elis

Guarnaccia, who was the most seriously damaged, will not be seen in action for at least a week, but has been pronounced fit for the clash with the Blue. Coady, Kilgour, and Bruen will lay off for a few more days but will be available if called on to stop the Brown Bear in the last preiminary game of the season. French, the other man on the doctor's list at the end of the Princeton battle, has recovered more rapidly than expected and will probably be in uniform this afternoon.

After their two days' recuperation from the gruelling contest with the powerful Princeton team, the University regulars will resume practice in their final drive for the season's objective encounter with the Eli. The much heralded Brown eleven will furnish the last preliminary test of the Horween machine Saturday in a game which promises to be as hard as any on the Crimson schedule.

The Bears, already decisive conquerors of Yale and Dartmouth, won easily from Norwich, champion of Vermont gridirons, last Saturday with a substitute team bearing the brunt of the action. The original Providence "olevon", with two weeks of light work behind it, should be in shape to furnish the Crimson with a final taste of hard, aggressive opposition which should put the University players in a position to be ready for the best that Yale can offer in the season's traditional classic.

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