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Unbeaten in all their games so far this season, the Varsity and Freshmen soccer teams both put their records on the line this afternoon at the Business School Field. The Varsity faces Amherst at 12.30 o'clock while the Yardlings play Exeter one hour later.
After spending the week juggling his first-string lineup, Coach James MacDoanld is starting a slightly different team than that which opened against either Princeton, Tufts, or WPI, and he expects to use several of the "A" team men in other positions than those in which they start, according to the way the game with the Jeffmen proceeds.
Injured Have Recovered
The halfback line, which was riddled with injuries in the Princeton game, is new back to pretty close to full strength, with only Hunt Maver still not in top shape. The forward line, also well battered in the game with the Tigers, is also fit for action.
The starting lineup for the game will be: Harshman, g; Merck, rf; Forster, lf; Del Rio, lh; Ogden, ch; Seamans or Mavor, rh; Smith, ro; Blanco, ri; Potter, cf; Ascarraga, lf; Corrigan, lo; The reserves on the defense will be Purinton, Carswell and Louira, while the forward line substitutes are Morse, Cate, and Dawson.
Yardlings Face Strong Team
With four victories and one tie behind them Coach "Poley" Guydar's Yardlings are facing their sternest test of the season against the Red and Gray from Exeter. Although the Exetonians have not had a particularly impressive record this full they have six returning lettermen from last year and have improved with every game.
Starting for the Yardlings will be: Bailey or Bachalter, g; Harrop, rf; Scully, lf; Joseph, rh; Bell, ch; Langman, rh; Chase, ro; Spivak, ri; Toppan, cf; Gilbert, li; Morgan, ol.
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