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Sixth House Football Player Suffers Injury

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The sixth of a series of injuries struck the House football program yesterday as Jack Brophy, star passer of Dunster's eleven, was taken to Still man Infirmary with a badly strained thigh muscle.

Brophy was injured Monday when his foot hit the ground sharply while practicing kicking; he was treated at Dillon Field House and sent home. Suffering severely from the pain. Trophy fainted in the Dunster courtyard yesterday afternoon and was take n to Still man.

Dr. Timothy Crane of the Infirmary staff said Brophy would have to be hospitalized for three or four days. Crane lamented the recent series of football injuries which thus far have hospitalized five players with injuries ranging from a broken ankle to a broken neck vertebra.

Some of it is due to lack of conditioning and violation of the intramural football rule requiring players to attend at least three training sessions per week, he said.

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