1926 TO HAVE HARD TEST
Will Face a School It Has Never Defeated When It Meets St. Paul's This Afternoon at Concord, N. H.
The Freshman hockey team will play its strongest opponent so far this season when it meets the St. Paul's School team at Concord. New Hampshire, this afternoon. The schoolboys this year have not played any outside games, their club series having just ended, but are considered a formidable opponent, having practiced steadily since December 10.
This is the last game for the Freshmen before the Yale game on Saturday, February 17, since the game with Princeton, scheduled for this coming Wednesday, has been called off. The Freshmen this season have a very impressive record, having won seven straight games and scored 37 goals to their opponent's three. Although no Freshman team from the University has ever beaten St. Paul's this year's team on account of its remarkable record is a slight favorite for this afternoon's contest.
Captain Pruyn, at center is the only veteran on the schoolboy team. He is a very fast skater and handles the puck in good form. Lea on the defense and Kaufman at goal are also players of ability.