Yale won from Harvard at hockey on the St. Nicholas Rink, Saturday evening by the score of 4 goals to 1. This victory gives the championship to Yale.
General superiority in team work gave the victory to Yale; but besides this two features contributed very greatly to their success: Stoddard's brilliant playing, and the fact that three Yale players were continually blocking Winsor.
The game was sharply contested from the start and was won by hard work. The first goal was made by Yale on a pass from Snow to Stoddard. Rumsey next scored one for Harvard; and at the end of the first half the score stood 2 to 1. Yale, by hard playing, scored two more goals in the second half, making the final score 4 to 1.
The line-up was as follows: Goals--Stoddard 3, Potter, Rumsey. Referee--T. Post, Brooklyn, S. C. Umpires--W. Stern, H. F. Holt. Time--20 minute halves.
Goals--Stoddard 3, Potter, Rumsey. Referee--T. Post, Brooklyn, S. C. Umpires--W. Stern, H. F. Holt. Time--20 minute halves.
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