The University hockey team will leave today on the 1 o'clock train for New York, where Harvard's last game in the preliminary series of the intercollegiate league will be played with Princeton tomorrow night. The team has been severely handicapped recently by the lack of ice, but by running and exercising in the Gymnasium the physical condition of the men has been maintained and the team should be at least as strong in the game tomorrow as it was when it played Yale two weeks ago. The following men will be taken on the trip: Winsor, Pruyn, Rumsey, Foster, Penhallow, Carr, Manning, Fosdick, Lovering, Read and Emery.
Hockey Team Leaves.
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