Clipped From The Burlington Free Press
Grid Stars of a Dozen Qolleges In Team Of Medics to Play Vt. Varsity Saturday A sport spectacle more worthy of the historic environment of the Yankee Yankee Stadium will be , presented at Centennial Field. Saturday at 2 p. m. Captain Rattan's Catamounts win tSSt. mhrWi.tXr h J"' F?!?"! Ap-1 eleven. This game will serve as a strong scrimmage tonic for the varsity varsity in preparation for their final game of the acason Springfield. The personnel of the all-medic all-medic all-medic eleven consist- consist- of multi-college multi-college multi-college aces, and many farmer green and gold captains and stars. Dr. J. A. Jenney. Notre Dame, la head coach of the medic squad. He promises a speedy team, and hopes to smooth out the varsity line with his two hundred pound, Rockne-rolling Rockne-rolling Rockne-rolling baekfleld. Seats will be reserved for the Bur lington practitioners and their friends.' lows Ta add to the occasion." the medical student body will stage a peerade from the medical building to the field. Thia demonstration will be lead by their carnival braas band, and It will Include some Interesting curioa. The medics will occupy a special section section in the south standi The pill prescrlbers have been practicing their cheers and songs for a week and they will back their team to the synchr6nisms of Freddie Crump, their official cheerleader. The managerial staff composed of "Ty" Hewes. U. V. M., "Shark" Towne. U. V. M, -Nasty" -Nasty" Onassi. C. C. N. Y and "Flip- "Flip- Kennedy. Holy Cress, are . planning elaborate entertainment to relieve the monotony monotony between the hectic halves. I The medic all-star all-star all-star squad is as fol- fol- Position Name C allege Welht R. E. Eddy . Middlebury 170 R. T. Unsworth Vermont " 185 R. O. Waldman Cornell 175 C. Morehouse Brown 200 1 O. Werner Vermont - 180 L. T. Sage Columbia 194 L. E. Tully Dartmouth 175 Q. B. Wlnchenbich Vermont 190 H. B. Fogg Vermont 185 H. B. Morse Vermont .190 F. B. Oardner Vermont - 170 H. B. Taft Alfred U. 110 H. B. Cfcyne Rhode Island Stat; 145 H. B. Bellerose Vermont 180 T. Hebb Harvard 225 ,G. Rudolph N. Y. 17. 184 O. Quatrano Marines 180 O. - Morris , Syracuse 165 T. Kingston McOill 188 T. Judd Vermont 180 Q. B. ' - Cerasoll Ohlo-Weslytn Ohlo-Weslytn Ohlo-Weslytn 180 H. B. Cayward ' Vermont ' 181 O. Mackay Vermont 148 E. Pavia Vermont , 140 E. Barber Vermont 135 E. Howard . Vermont 140 E. Ireland Vermont 140 H. B. Eastman Vermont " 180 H. B. Schurman Vermont 125 E. Schettman Vermont 140 Coach Rattan is keeping his varsity varsity on its toes and putting it through strenuous dally workouts to meet the challenge of the docs. The Vermont-ers Vermont-ers Vermont-ers usually get a twj or three day but this year Coach Rattan is determined determined to keep up the rigid train ing system which has been enforced since the Norwich game and the game with the medics will be a stren- stren- rest after the Middlebury game be- be- uous test for the annual Thanksgiv- Thanksgiv- fore the Thank? giving Day contest I ing Day contest at Springfield.