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FRESHMAN HOCKEY GAME

Scrub Contest Yesterday in Which Arlington Coach Played.

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The Freshman hockey team defeated a scrub team composed of members of the Arlington High School team and their coach, R. C. Clifford '12, in a practice game in the Stadium rink yesterday afternoon by the score of 3 to 2. The game was characterized by clean, fast playing on both sides and by the offensive work of the 1915 forwards. Two of the Freshmen's goals were made by deWindt and the third by Claflin. The Freshman line-up was the same as usual except for the substitution of Trainer at right centre in the place of Phillips. Clifford scored one of Arlington's goals. Since the game was not official, owing to the presence of Clifford on the Arlington team, the line-up is not given.

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