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Moving to New Haven on the train as their football brothers this morning, Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Freshman soccer teams clash with Yale at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Coaches Jack Carr, Tom Motley, and Jim MacDonald maintain their regular lineups substantially unchanged. A possible sensational Varsity shift may see Goalie Put Williams playing part of the game at center forward.
In the season's final practice scrimmage Wednesday the man who has started every game in the cage became so cold that he was permitted to play at center for the last five minutes. In this time he scored three goals.
While the Harvard Varsity has won three, tied two, and lost two, the Elis were winning four, tying one, and losing five. In comparative records the Blue is rated a favorite. Yale Freshmen boast five victories and a loss against the Crimson's two wins, two draws, and three defeats.
The Crimson lineups: Varsity--g., Williams; rf., Robie; lf., Powell; rh., Burbank; ch., R. Scott; lh., Phillips; ro., Hastings; ri., Holcombe; c., Lewis; li., Johansen; lo., Wood (Capt.)
Junior Varsity--g., Riecken; rf., Gosline; lf., Morrisson; rh., Witkin; ch., Jacobson; lh., Burbank; ro., Parsons; ri., Sachs; c., Arrowsmith; li., Alexander; lo., Sinnott.
Freshman--g., Merrill (Capt.); rf., Deakin; lf., Doughty; rh., Rousmaniere; ch., Scully; lh., Fernald; ro., Halstead; ri., Howe; c., Page; li., Ogle; ie., Mendel.
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