Men Have Been Working in Cage Three Times a Week.--Opening Contest on April 16.

The University lacrosse team will hold its first practice out of doors on Soldiers Field this afternoon. The squad has been working three times a week for a period of three weeks in the baseball cage, because of the poor condition of the lacrosse field. Coach Warwick is due to arrive in Cambridge on April 10 to take charge of the team.

There are nine "H" men back from last year's team, and several promising players are out from the 1919 squad. J. D. Hale, the captain the 1919 team last year, has been showing up very well. H. W. O'Neil, centre on the 1919 team, is also doing good work.

A game has been scheduled on April 16 with the Boston Lacrosse Club, which is composed of graduates who formerly played on the University team. In preparation for this game the squad will be divided into teams next week, and scrub games will be played. There is no lack of material and the task is one of choosing the 12 men who will form the best-balanced organization.