Washington Darts

Date Published: 
1969-05-06
Source: 
Washington Afro-American
Page: 
10

The Washington Darts Professional Soccer Club will conduct a Soccer Clinic for all area schoolboy players and coaches on Saturday, May 10, at Woodrow Wilson School in Northwest Washington.

The Clinic, which is being co-sponsored by St. Alban's, will be held from Noon until 1:30 p.m., and will feature top players of the Darts.

Conducting a session on Goal keeping, will be the Player-Coach of the Darts, Lincoln Phillips, who had the fewest goals scored against him in the American Soccer League last year. Handling the Offense will be forwards Billy Fraser, a First-division English and Scottish player, and Jerry Browne, the Dart's top scorer in 1968.

The Defensive play will be covered by John Kerr, the Captain of the Canadian World Cup Team of 1968, and Victor Gamaldo from Trinidad, who participated in the Pan-American Games.