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Contrary to rumors prevalent in the Metropolitan papers, Charlie Spreyer will return to Harvard in a week or so to finish out the academic year, it was learned from his mother after a long distance phone call to the CRIMSON.
He is not working in a Hartford airplane factory, as has been stated, but is having dental work done in order to meet physical requirements for the U. S. Marines. In spite of conflicting reports, his application for the Marines has not been turned down definitely.
If Spreyer is accepted by the Leathernecks, it is very likely that he will return to College next fall after a summer training period. In this case he will then be available to Dick Harlow for grid service.
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