At a dinner of the University and Freshman Soccer squads, held at the Lombardy Inn last night, John Coleman Jennings '15, of Washington, D. C., was elected captain of next year's soccer team.
Jennings prepared at Pomfret and the summer before entering the University played soccer abroad. He was captain of his Freshman team but did not play last year owing to an injury. This season he has been playing a strong game at right inside-forward.
Coach Charles Burgess was presented with a silver and glass humidor in recognition of his services as coach of the 1914 championship soccer team.
Hockey Squad Practiced SoccerThe University hockey squad held its second practice of the season on Soldiers Field yesterday afternoon. Instead of played association
THE SOCCER TEAM.Saturday the University soccer team was obliged to play Springfield Training School with two substitutes of the latter's team in
Association Football as a Sport.[We invite all men in the University to submit communications on subjects of timely interest.] To the Editors of the
A Plea for Soccer.[We invite all men in the University to submit communications on subjects of timely interest.] To the Editors of the
AUSPICIOUS START FOR SOCCERForty-five men reported for the first Soccer practice of the season on Soldiers Field yesterday afternoon. This is the largest