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A two hour scrimmage featured Varsity soccer practice at the Business School Field yesterday with Coach James MacDonald making numerous switches in his lineup to get the best combination possible.
"Mac" seems to have definitely decided to start Phil Potter, center forward for the last month, at one of the inside positions and put Gaston Azcarraga at the center forward slot in order to get more speed in his forward line.
The team will not have the services of Al Merck, the best fullback of the squad, for the Dartmiuth game Saturday; but Mac feels he has enough reserves so that Merck's loss should not make too much difference.
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