The class hockey team of 1900 defeated 1901 on Spy Pond yesterday afternoon by the score of 2 to 1. So close was the game that two extra twenty-minute halves were played in addition to the regular halves of the game. No score was made until the third half when each team scored one point. In the fourth half, however, the better endurance of the Seniors enabled them to make the winning point. The teams were made up as follows: 1900--George, Drink-water, Farrington, Clement, forwards; Livermore, Ewer, coverpoint; Scott, point; Carpenter, goal. 1901 -- Hart, Coolidge, Cooley, Hyde, forwards; Evans, coverpoint; Coyle, point; Samson, goal.
Seniors Win from Juniors.
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