This afternoon, on the field behind the Business School, the University soccer team will play the rubber game of a series of informal contests with the graduate team, composed of members of the graduate schools and coaches.
In the first game of the series, the graduates won, 3 to 1: last week the University team gained revenge, 2 to 1, and this afternoon the definite winner of the series will be decided. The University team will start as in its previous contests except for one change. T. F. Waters II '33, will take the place of W. D. Carter '31, who injured his knee in the game against Dartmouth last Friday.
The soccer team has had a successful season thus far, winning all of its regularly scheduled games. In the opening contest it defeated Wesleyan, 3 to 1: then the Crimson won from Bridgewater Normal, 4 to 0, Pennsylvania, 6 to 1, and Dartmouth, 3 to 1.