FRESHMEN FACE STRONG TEAM IN ST. PAUL'S AT CONCORD, N. H.
Opponents Have Not Played Since Defeat by Princeton University Team in December.
The 1920 hockey team will go to Concord, N. H., this afternoon to play its annual game with the St. Paul's School seven. The Freshmen have the good record of five victories and but one defeat, that being in the first game of the season against Arlington High, while the Concord school has played no outside games since it was defeated by Princeton 6 to 1 on December 19. Last year's Freshman team was defeated by St. Paul's by a 2 to 0 score.
The 1920 squad has had the benefit of practice games with the University and B. A. A. teams in the Arena this week and has therefore had some stiff preparation for today's contest. The team has been doing good work in the Arena and though unable to score against their more powerful opponents, have held them to comparatively low scores. The wings, which have heretofore been the weak points of the Freshman line, have improved a great deal and can now share the burden of the offence with Captain Walker and E. Cabot '20.