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Grilling Workout Today as Squad Gets Ready for Stiff Trip


Suffering from an ominous dearth of veteran attack men, the Varsity Lacrosse team takes the road next week for a stiff vacation schedule. Fans can't look forward to much spectacular play from the inexperienced first line of Sophomores, according to Neil Stanley, coach of the varsity squad. But with a defence of old timers, the team may be able to hold its own.

A full scrimmage this afternoon marks the beginning of the final grilling workouts before the trip. A brief rest over the week-end, and then the squad boards the train for Baltimore, where it will meet the Mount Washington club on Tuesday.

The University of Maryland is the next opponent, a week from today, while the following Saturday, April 4, will see the Navy game and the climax of the vacation trip.

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