1931 SKATERS WHITEWASH MILTON WITH 3 TO 0 SCORE

Shut-Out Contest Continues Winning Streak of Stick-Wielders

Flashing a strong attack in the opening period of its game with Milton Academy, the Freshman hockey team continued its winning streak by triumphing over the schoolboys in a shutout contest. The final score was 3 to 0. The driving offense of the Crimson players was met with stubborn resistance by the Milton team, effectively enough until near the close of the first period, when P. H. Watts '31 broke through the preparatory school's defense to score.

After the first period, the first year team played completely on the offensive, and were never in danger, in spite of the occasional threats of the Milton sextet. HARVARD  MILTON Jewell, r.w.;  l.w., Stone Sheldon Garrison, Putnam, c.;  c., Cunningham Everett, l.w.  r.w., Beale, Wadsworth Watts, Baldwin, r.d.  l.d., Hamlin, Lincoln Ogden, Batchelder l.d.;  r.d., Wheeler Gammack, g.  g., Wendell, Walcott

Score, Harvard Freshmen 3, Milton 0 Goals First period Watts. Second period; Watts, Third period; Batchelder Referee, Ayer. Time, three ten-minute periods.