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The rugby team will face another rough opponent when it takes on the Westmont Rugby Club of Montreal at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow in its home opener on Soldiers Field. Eight graduate students, however, will bolster the ruggers' chances to better the one-win, three-loss record of their Bermuda trip.

Tomorrow's Crimson team will include all the graduate student members of the Rugby Club who were ineligible to compete against the college teams in Bermuda. John Densmore will start at fullback in Coach Roger Bennett's first fifteen, with Alan Green wing three-quarter, Sam Adams at center three-quarter, John Cotter at scrum half, Doug Purdy in the front line, Brad Lundberg in the second line, and Len Wheeler and John Harley in the third line. The rest of the lineup will be the same as usual.

The Rugby Club's 1950 schedule: April 22, MIT at MIT, 2:30 p.m.; April 29, Princeton, first team 1:45 p.m., second team 3:15 p.m.; May 6, Yale at New Haven; May 13, Princeton at Princeton.

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