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SCRUB HOCKEY GAME VS. M.I.T.

Several Members of University Squad Formed Scrub Team and Played Tie Game With Technology.

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A scrub team composed mainly of members of the University hockey squad was given a half-hour's scrimmage with the Technology team in the Arena Saturday afternoon, each side scoring five goals. The forward line on the scrub team was the same as the one which has been playing on the first University team in practice, but it was so hindered in skating and passing by poor ice that its work was hardly a fair test. The most noticeable fault was the inability of the wings to keep up with the centre men. It must be remembered in this connection, however, that Palmer is entirely unused to a wing position. S. B. Smart at goal was the only regular man on the defence. The scrub team's five goals were scored by the two centres, Duncan making three, and Sortwell two. Hurlburt and Sloane made the goals for Technology. The line-ups follow: SCRUBS.  TECHNOLOGY. Palmer, l.e.  r.e., Yearance Duncan, l.c.  r.c., Sloane, Rogers Sortwell, r.c.  l.c., Hurlburt Reeves, r.e.  l.e., Stroke Clifford, c.p.  c.p., McLeod Martin, p.  p., Whittelsey S. B. Smart, g.  g., Ranney

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