Hoping to prolong its already lengthy undefeated record, the Freshman hockey team met with disappointment and a 4-2 defeat yesterday at the hands of St. Paul's six. Playing creditable hockey during the first and third periods, the Yardlings collapsed in the second to lot the schoolboys, spearheaded by Dick Meecham, net the puck three times. George Gebelein scored unassisted for the Freshmen with St. Paul's ahead 3-0 in the second, and Pop Jenks, assisted by Hackett and Apthorp, produced the third period's only goal.
St. Paul's 4-2 Victory Breaks Freshman Pucksters' Record
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