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Plans Made for Trip to Bermuda Next Christmas Vacation


Fifteen men, including a dozen members of the Class of 1938, comprised the initial turnout for spring soccer in the first practice of the season, held yesterday afternoon. According to Coach Jack Carr, the large number of Freshman candidates form the nucleus for very promising material next fall.

Although the Bermuda trip originally scheduled for this season has been cancelled, plans have been made for a similar excursion next year during Christmas vacation, in which undergraduates trying out for soccer this spring will have a chance to participate.

Two games, the first of which will be played next Saturday on the Business School field, have been scheduled with the Corinthians, a semi-professional club. Other encounters with clubs in and around Boston will be arranged later.

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