FRESHMAN HOCKEY TEAM WINS 6 TO 3 VICTORY OVER ST. MARK'S
Schoolboys Suffer from Lack of Ice on Which to Practice
Playing raggedly again, the Harvard Freshman hockey team won their second game of the season by defeating St. Mark's 6 to 3 in a contest at South borough last Saturday.
The St. Mark's team was playing under the disadvantage of not having been able to practice at all since they returned to school on last Wednesday, and there was no ice until the day of the game. The Harvard sextet, however, has been practicing since before Christmas and has a victory over Arlington High to its credit
Robert Saltonstall Jr. '33 and J. W. Putnam '33 were outstanding for the Crimson, while Choate and Boardman starred for St. Mark's.