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VICTORY OVER TORONTO

BY 2 TO 0 SCORE.--IMPROVEMENT IN TEAM-PLAY NOTICEABLE LAST NIGHT.

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Last night's 2 to 0 victory over Toronto was a very encouraging one. Although the goals did not come as a result of team-work there was a great improvement in the combination play, and the passes were much more frequent than against Ottawa. They were not always well executed but nevertheless they were there and it will only be a question of time when this team-work is perfected. Toronto's goal-tender was kept constantly on the jump and had many difficult stops to make.

In the first half the play was spirited but resembled a game of shinny more than hockey, and there were numerous penalties for tripping and off-side play. In the second half, however, there was more combination work and the play of the forwards was fast and furious. It was in this period that the two scores for the University team were made, the first by Phillips on a very brilliant piece of individual rushing, the second by Hopkins on an equally clever bit of work. Phillips took the puck from near the middle of the rink, and skating straight down the ice between the point and cover-point, skilfully avoided the man in goal and slipped the puck into the cage. This was after almost twelve minutes of the second half had elapsed, and the Toronto players, realizing that it might be the only score of the game exerted every effort to tally, moving their outer defence well up toward the Harvard goal and shooting for the cage at every opportunity. It was largely Gardner's sterling playing at this stage of the game that prevented the visitors from registering a score.

As the game neared its close the efforts of the players became even more strenuous and it was then that Hopkins, taking the puck from a face-off near his own goal carried it down the rink, evaded the two defence men who were way out of position and shot the final score of the game.

The summary: HARVARD  TORONTO. Hopkins, l.e.  r.e., Knight Sortwell, l.c.  r.c., Clarkson Phillips, r.c.  l.c., Webster Clark, r.e.  l.e., Aird Claflin, c.p.  c.p., Frith Willetts, p.  p., Hanley Gardner, g.  g., Laird

Score--Harvard, 2; Toronto, 0. Goals--Phillips, Hopkins. Penalties--Willetts 3, Aird 2, Frith, Knight, Clarkson, Hanley, Hopkins. Umpires--Heron and Tingley. Goal umpires--Carleton and Canterbury. Timers -- Von Schuckman and Kelley. Time--two 20-minute halves.

Score--Harvard, 2; Toronto, 0. Goals--Phillips, Hopkins. Penalties--Willetts 3, Aird 2, Frith, Knight, Clarkson, Hanley, Hopkins. Umpires--Heron and Tingley. Goal umpires--Carleton and Canterbury. Timers -- Von Schuckman and Kelley. Time--two 20-minute halves.

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