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76 Report at First Football Practice


Lloyd Jordan began his second season as head coach of football here yesterday, apparent; unworried by the draft situation. Jordan opened the scheduled six-week spring practice with a brief talk, and then led if candidates through a spirited workout.

He was, as usual, brisk and cheerful, smiling at such questions as "How will the draft affect your team?" Be answered an inquiry into the chances of Captain Carroll Lowenstein's availability for the fall by saying "your guess is as good as mine." Lowenstein was in football uniform, and joined the rest of the group in the calisthenics, blocking, and light signal drills.

The final total of aspirants will probably he considerably higher than 76, as afternoon hour exams kept many away from yesterday's workout. The number compares favorably with last year when 80 men came out the first day. In 1949, 90 showed up on opening day.

Drills will continue on a daily basis until April vacation, and for four weeks thereafter.

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