Hockey Team Faces Brown Away Tonight
The varsity hockey squad will attempt to retaliate last week's loss to Brown tonight at Providence, but they won't have Tom Moseley around to help. The fast left wing will be spending the evening in Stillman nursing a case of chickenpox while his teammates besport themselves on the Rhode Island Auditorium ice, and the Crimson, still looking for a second win, will be working without the usual offensive punch of the second line.
Charlie Coulter will move up from defense to fill Moseley's place tonight, with Steve Howe joining Dick Greeley on defense. Greeley has decided to take his chances with two hour exams tomorrow and play tonight, and since Johnny Chase's damaged eye is in good repair once more, Harvard will have its full defensive complement on hand.
Good Goalle at Brown
Nevertheless, things are tough. The Bruins have already proved that they possess an exasperatingly good goalie in Don Whiston--he made 48 saves in last week's game--as well as one of the trickiest first lines this side of Dartmouth. Tony Malo and Johnny Casey have picked up considerably more than the fundamentals of the game back home in Canada, while their linemate Bobby Davidson is no slouch.
Stan Priddy's freshmen will open their season against the Bruin Cubs in a preliminary game at 7:15 p.m. The varsity game begins at 8:45 p.m.
Probable Harvard lineup: Chase or Yetman, g; Greeley, rd; Howe, ld; Carman, lf; D. Key, c; Garrity, rf.