In a rather fast but one-sided contest on Saturday the second hockey team lost the last game of the season by the score of 5 to 0 to the strong St. Paul's seven at Concord, N. H. The seconds scarcely had a chance against the fierce attack of their opponents, and had it not been for the strong defence the score would have been much larger.
Of the second's forward line, Patterson distinguished himself in following back, and in breaking up the opponents' dashes. Rice, however, was not up to form, as he had just recovered from a twisted ankle.
Captain Conover, whose brilliant dashes were the feature of the game, was the best individual player for St. Paul's, while the whole team worked well together, showing excellent shooting, and great speed. Unfortunately, Conover sustained a broken nose in the second period and was withdrawn from the game.
The teams lined up as follows: SECOND TEAM. ST. PAUL'S. Folsom, Scott, Wagner, l.w. r.w., Robinson Patterson, l.c. r.c., Lawrence Rice, r.c. l.c., Conover, Ingalls Kissel, Powell, Dunmore, r.w. l.w., Walton Appleton, p. c.p., Walker Duncan, c.p. p., Church Liggett, g. g., Van Buren
Score--St. Paul's 5, Second team 0. Goals--Lawrence 2, Church 2, Walton. Stops--Van Buren 9; Liggett 22. Referee--Milne. Goal umpires--Bond and Clark. Timers--Scudder and Ames. Time--20-minute halves.