Brown will lose only five of its first and second string football men by gradution this spring. Among these are Sprague, who was regular centre, Wade, a regular guard, and Ward, who would undoubtedly have been regular tackle had not injuries kept him on the hospital list for a greater part of the season. The other two seniors are Murphy, substitute quarterback, and Ormsby, substitute end.
With 55 of a squad of 60 first and second string men returning and with the additional three men of absolute first-team ability who become eligible next year, as well as the usual amount of good material from the freshman class, the prospects are bright for an unusually good team next fall. The season which has just been completed is the most successful in Brown's football history. Pollard will captain next year's team.