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HARLOW OMNIPRESENT IN DRIVING PRACTICE

PASSING DRILL INCLUDES ALL AVAILABLE CANDIDATES

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With undiminished drive and efficiency, Coach Dick Harlow swung into the second day of the Varsity's spring football practice yesterday and gave an hour and a half workout to a squad that had lost some 25 members from Monday's record turnout.

Pass throwing and receiving were stressed by the new coach and every available candidate was give a chance along these lines. As in yesterday's session, Harlow divided the men into groups under his assistants, Mike Palm, Rae Crowther, and Wes Fester, and then shifted his own supervision from one bunch to another every few minutes in order to keep personal check on all that is happening in Briggs Cage.

This policy of being everywhere at once has already begun to show results down at Soldiers Field, for with the spring season only two days old, Harlow already seems to know the names and something about the ability of a very sizeable part of those present. In fact, it begins to took as if this spring work will save a full two weeks from the practice next fall.

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