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Spreyer's Attempts to Escape Draft Futile


F. Charles Spreyer '42, whose draft number was called early last fall, is more than likely out of college football for next year, it was revealed yesterday.

It was hoped that Spreyer would be eligible for deferment as a pre-medical student, or that the present student exemption might be prolonged, but inquiry proved both hopes useless. He will almost certainly go into uniform on July 1.

Another Varsity player who may be playing in the Army next year is Hank Vander Eb. Hank's number has not yet been called, but it is low enough to give Crimson supporters some concern.

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