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Boulris Practices; Stahura Sidelined

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All three of the Crimson's key backs who were injured in the rugged Dartmouth game will probably see action against Penn this Saturday, Coach John Yovicsin said yesterday.

Chet Boulris went through a full workout with the team yesterday and should start at his customary left halfback position, but Dick McLaughlin and Walt Stahura will remain out of action most of this week.

Boulris was carried from the field Saturday suffering from a neck injury, but Yovicsin said that the stretcher was a precautionary measure. Chet "looked natural" in practice, the coach reported.

McLaughlin's sprained ankle will keep him on the sidelines most of the time and Stahura's leg miseries will prevent him from operating at top effectiveness against the Philadelphians.

"Penn" said Yovicsin, "is a real fine team that hasn't won a game." Penn held Dartmouth to one touchdown in bowing 6 to 3 and lost to Princeton 13 to 9.

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