The University hockey team good on the lee tonight with a good record of victories over Yale in the last twelve years. Of the fourteen games played since 1901 Harvard has won ten and lost four. This year's team has come thus far through the season with a list of four victories and but one defeat; while Yale has lost three of her four games played. In spite of the better showing, however, the University team will have its hands full in winning tonight's game. Being the first one of the series, it is extremely important that it should be a victory, and if the team wins it will be the result of the hardest kind of fighting. The expert coaching which has shown its effect in the consistent playing of this year and the splendid fighting spirit, as displayed in the uphill victory over Princeton, will bring a victory tonight if it is a possibility.