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The University hockey squad was given a stiff practice in the Arena last evening, the first team lining up against the second for a 45-minute scrimmage in which the first team made five goals to the second's one. The scrimmage was often interrupted by Coach Winsor for individual and general coaching. Every member of the squad was given a chance to play at one time or another.
While the teams kept their original line-up a very interesting struggle resulted, each team scoring one goal; but as substitutes were put in, the first team became considerably superior, and before practice closed scored four more goals. Although several forwards played a good individual game, they displayed no team work except in occasional flashes, and failed to keep their places in the line. Duncan scored three of the first team's five goals. The defensive combinations were all fairly effective, the one composed of Wingate, Houston and Carnochan being the strongest.
The line-ups were as follows:
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