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SEVEN MEETS, OLYMPIC TRYOUT, FACE FENCERS

Season Ends with Intercollegiates; Thirty Varsity Aspirants Report to Coach Peroy

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Following the Olympic tryouts on January 25, the fencing team has a schedule of seven matches culminating in the Intercollegiates in New York, on March 27 and 28.

About thirty candidates have reported to Coach Rene Peroy for Varsity practice including Captain Philip E. Lilienthal '36 and three other veterans of last year's team: Richard Morton Grant '36. John S. Radway '38, captain of last year's Freshman team, is another promising aspirant. Sixty men have reported so far for the Freshman squad.

Coach Peroy is planning to enter Lilienthal and RAleigh in the Olympic tryouts, and there may be some other entries. The tryouts will be held in the M.I.T. gymnasium, but if there is a large number of spectators, they may be moved to the Boston Arena.

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