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Cornell Hockey Team Undefeated

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By defeating Yale in the St. Nicholas Rink on Saturday evening by the score of 4 to 2, Cornell is now the only team in the Intercollegiate Hockey League, besides Harvard, which has not been beaten. The game on Saturday was clean and well played throughout.

In the first few minutes of play the lighter Cornell team proved too fast for Yale and scored three goals by clever team-work. But Yale braced and before the half was over Loutrel and Harmon each scored by brilliant individual play. The only score of the second half was made near the end of the game when Magner carried the puck through Yale's defence for Cornell's fourth goal. Vail at goal, did the best work for Cornell. Captain Loutrel excelled for Yale.

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