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SCRUB HOCKEY ENTRIES CLOSE

Last Day for Entering Series.--More Men Should Sign Up.

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Today is the last day for making entries in the scrub hockey series. The blue-books which have been placed at Leavitt & Peirce's will be collected at 6 o'clock this evening.

The extension of the time for making entries does not seem to have had the desired effect, for up to last night only about half as many men as participated last year have signed up. The importance of scrub hockey and its necessity for the proper development of material for the University team have been repetedly pointed out. These considerations, to say nothing of the pleasure derived from playing in the series, should induce a large number of men to enter, and it is hoped that the final day will see at least as many signed up as last year.

The series will begin within the next few days on rinks which will be constructed on Soldiers Field as soon as the weather permits. The entries, rules, and schedule of play will be announced in later issues of the CRIMSON.

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