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HARVARD, 5; PRINCETON, 3

UNIVERSITY TEAM WON EXCITING HOCKEY GAME IN EXTRA PERIOD OF PLAY.

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In one of the fastest and most exciting games of the season the University hockey team defeated Princeton in an overtime game, 5 to 3, in the Arena last night. Baker, as was expected, was the mainstay of Princeton's offence, and his playing was fully as good as a year ago. Gardner's work at goal, however, was more than enough to make up for this as the score clearly indicates. The contest was cleanly played throughout and the penalties were due largely to over-aggressiveness.

Princeton scored first, Kuhn getting the initial goal after about six minutes of play on a pass from Baker. Following this Sortwell and Goodale made a desperate attack on Princeton's cage that very nearly resulted in a tally. The puck then see-sawed up and down the rink with Gardner having more stops to make than his opponent at the other end of the Arena, until after 18 minutes had elapsed, Kuhn again scored, this time on a pass from Patterson immediately after a face-off. Harvard's only goal in this half came when a lift by Sortwell slid along the ice between Winant's feet, with only five seconds to play.

The team-play of the University forwards improved considerably in the second period, and the first goal was caged by Phillips in six minutes on a pass from Hopkins.

The next two scores, one by Baker the others by Willetts, were of the same nature, both being easy shots that just slid into the cage. These two goals came near the end of the second period and followed each other very closely, Willetts making his on a rush the length of the rink and Baker his on a pass from Kuhn.

The overtime session consisted of two periods of five minutes each, and the University team scored once in each period. Hopkins made the first after his shot had been blocked and knocked right back toward him by the point, and Sort-well scored the second on a pass from Phillips. During the second overtime period the Princeton team had five and sometimes six men in front of the Harvard cage waiting for an opportunity to take a shot, and if was only excellent defensive work that prevented a score.

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

Score--Harvard, 5; Princeton, 3. Goals--Sortwell 2, Kuhn 2, Baker, Phillips, Willetts, Hopkins. Referee--Heron and Tingley. Goal umpires--Angell and Hicks. Timers--Brown, Dutton and Kelley. Time--two 20-minute halves and two over-time periods of 5 minutes.

Score--Harvard, 5; Princeton, 3. Goals--Sortwell 2, Kuhn 2, Baker, Phillips, Willetts, Hopkins. Referee--Heron and Tingley. Goal umpires--Angell and Hicks. Timers--Brown, Dutton and Kelley. Time--two 20-minute halves and two over-time periods of 5 minutes.

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