Harvard will try to regain its Big Three stride tonight when the hockey team faces off with the B. A. A. at 8.15 in a mid-week game pointing to the Tiger engagement next Monday.
The Boston outfit last night braved the New Haven Bears in their den, but were hampered by injuries in the first string line-up. The B. A. A. is is still holding up its end of the neck and neck race with the Boston Hockey Club for first place in the Eastern Division of the U. S. A. H. A..
Hodder will not be in the line-up tonight because of a broken finger, which he obtained during practice. While the fracture will probably not be mended in time for the Princeton game, Dr. Parmenter is still uncertain how soon after that he will be able to play. Hill, who has been his regular alternate, will step up into the vacancy, while Austin's good showing against Yale has won him the starting position at the other end of the forward line.