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In an endeavor to develop speed in carrying out of assignments, Coach Horween yesterday sent his first string eleven through a hard offensive and defensive scrimmage with the seconds. No chain lines were used, and no record was kept of downs or yardage, but the developing of speed was the chief object of the workout.
In the team A lineup Horween used four men who showed up well in last Saturday's doubleheader. Moushegian and Faxon at right end and right tackie worked the whole afternoon with the first team, while Hageman and Upton were also on team A filling out the other side of the line. Harding and Ogden received individual instruction from end coach Bradford, who has only had an end squad to work with since the middle of last week.
Of the injured list were Mays and White, the only men not in uniform yesterday; they, however, watched the practice from the sidelines. White will definitely be out of the Springfield game this Saturday, while it seems likely that Mays will also be unfit for the game. In the team A backfield, Record played the entire afternoon in Batchelder's position, as the veteran back is letting down a trifle after his strenuous work on Saturday, when he played through the bulk of both games. Following the scrimmage the teams had signal practice with a white ball, until Horween called it a day at 5.30 o'clock. This afternoon the University teams will scrimmage Coach French's 1934 eleven.
The lineup follows:
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