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Tonight at the Arena at 8.15 o'clock the University hockey team meets Princeton, admittedly one of the best hockey teams among the colleges. Last year Princeton won the championship of the college hockey league but was able only to tie the University team for the collegiate title, winning the game in Boston and losing that in New York. This year there are three of last season's men on the Princeton team, Captain Baker, Emmons and Kuhn, and those who saw the game a year ago will remember that it was largely Baker's playing that won the contest for the New Jersey team at the Arena.

The University team has progressed slowly, but in the game with Cornell last Saturday showed marked improvement over its previous work. The loss of Claflin is, of course, a serious one, but Goodale, who is taking his place, is a capable man and should give a good account of himself.

The outcome of tonight's contest depends a great deal on whether or not the University team can stop Baker. If his roving style of play can be blocked, the Harvard team should gain a victory, for it is largely his ability to take the puck into the opponent's territory that wins Princeton's games.

The line-ups: HARVARD.  PRINCETON. Hopkins, l.e.  r.e., Kilner Sortwell, l.c.  r.c., Baker Phillips, r.c.  l.c., Kuhn Clark, r.e.  l.e., Patterson Goodale, c.p.  c.p., Emmons Willetts, p.  p., Lee Gardner, g.  g., Winants

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