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Jordan Tries Stargel, Heidtmann With First Line; Ossman at Full


A pair of position switches in the line, possibly only temporary, keynoted varsity football practice yesterday, as Lloyd Jordan ran his team through offensive and defensive scrimmages la the Solaters Field mud.

Two heavyweights, Dick Heidtmann and Bob Stargel, once again replaced Art Pappes and Arnie Horween in the tentative first line. In the backfield, Tom Ossman was again running at full, while Jarry Blitz moved down. Ossman joined Dick Clasby, Bill Healy, and Gil O'Neil.

Mired down by the rain, this group worked single wing running plays against a freshman defense. Later the varsity's first defense tried to hold back running plays engineered by the jayvees from Lou Little's Columbia T.

Meanwhile, Columbia polished up its pass defenses in anticipation of the Crimson's expected serial attack.

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