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New Haven. Conn., Nov. 18--George Connors, trainer of the Yale football team, announced tonight that no serious injuries had been incurred by the Elis in the Princeton game, and that excepting for a few bruises, all the members of the team were in fine condition. Albie Booth remained in the Yale infirmary today and Coach Connors stated that Booth's torn muscle would be well by Saturday. Booth will not be allowed to attend classes for several days but it is expected that he will be on the sidelines at the practice tomorrow afternoon.
Head Coach Mal Stevens called off the practice scheduled for today because of the heavy rain, which poured a good part of the afternoon and instead he ordered the blue squad to report to the Y Club for a skull practice, which lasted about two hours. The formations and plays used by Harvard this season were explained to the wearers of the Blue. Coach Adam Walsh, who scouted the Harvard-Michigan game at Ann Arbor, Michigan, explained in detail the strong and weak points of the Crimson line and also discussed the Harvard backs.
A long drill is scheduled for the men for tomorrow afternoon. The work this week will be rather light, as Head Coach Stevens does not wish to run the risk of having any injuries. There will probably be no scrimmages held the next four days.
Much discussion has taken place in the press concerning whether Phillips, substitute center for Palmer, called the signals during the second half of the Princeton game. The Yale Athletic Association stated last night that Phillips acted in this capacity, after McLennan was substituted for Bob Hall. As McLennan is the third substitute quarterback, and had not been calling signals during the season, Phillips was asked to direct the plays and give the numbers when the ball was to be snapped
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