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Ray Evans, full cak for
Geelong seconds, will play in ' the practise match at Port Melbourne today.
Evans is confident of gaining a clearance from Geelong if he can make the final list with the V.P.A. club.,
Regulars Bob Kelsey and Jack Storey had their first train- ing runs on Thursday, and Des Baker, who was kept out of the side through injuries last year, had a light run.
Bert Lehmann, Preston de- fender, trained at Brunswick on Thursday, and told officials that he will apply for a clearance
Frank Cully, wing player, who broke his ankle last season, has started training, and is confident of regaining his place in the
ivor Mcivor, last year's play- ing coach, has been cleared to Euroa as captain-oach, and Max Horder, follower, has been cleared to Preston. I