The scrub hockey series promises to be the poorest in many years, according to the present outlook. Up to last night, but four teams and three individual players had entered, while last year twenty-two teams participated in the series.
It is essential for the success of the University team that a large number of men should report for scrub hockey, so that a large amount of material may be offered for development. At times, men have been taken in the middle of the season from one of the scrub teams, and placed upon the University squad. These considerations, aside from the actual pleasure derived, should induce a number of men at least equalling that of last year to report.
The entries, which should be made at Leavitt & Peirce's, will close tomorrow evening.