FRESHMEN WAIT 14 YEARS FOR WIN OVER ST. PAUL'S
COADY BREAKS TIE WITH ONLY FIVE MINUTES TO PLAY
For the first time in fourteen years the Freshman hockey team defeated St. Paul's School on Saturday, 2-1.
The game was played on the Concord rink and under perfect weather conditions.
It took the Crimson first year men a short time to get used to the new rink. One minute and 38 seconds after the puck was put into play, Satterswhaite skated down through the middle of the Freshman defense and tallied St. Paul's only point.
As the game progressed, however, the 1927 line developed its team play and defensive work. Flood at goal saved a number of close shots. The Freshmen began to score late in the first period. The line brought the puck within striking distance of the cage. Scott let drive and narrowly missed the net, but Burnett captured the rubber on the rebound and sank it deep into the far corner of the goal. Coady made the winning point from quarter ice when there was but five minutes to play.
The summary: Score, Harvard Freshmen 2, St. Paul's School 1. Goals, Satterswhaite, Burnett, Coady. Referee, Hoyt. Time, three 15-minute periods.
Score, Harvard Freshmen 2, St. Paul's School 1. Goals, Satterswhaite, Burnett, Coady. Referee, Hoyt. Time, three 15-minute periods.