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HOCKEY TEAM SWAMPED

B. A. A. Defeated University Men 7 to 1 Yesterday.--Forwards' Play Detached, and Defence Weak.

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The University hockey team was swamped 7 to 1 in a long, hard scrimmage with the B. A. A. team in the Arena yesterday afternoon. The B. A. A. team was in rare form and with a speedy attack penetrated the University team's defence almost at will. The latter played a very poor game, allowing the opposing forwards to get inside on nearly every rush and leaving the burden of the work on the goal-tender. As was the case in the Ottawa game, the University forwards were not together on the attack. Several times one of the centre men carried the puck near the goal by fast skating, but with no one to receive the pass the rush was easily stopped by the point. The forwards as a whole appeared slow in comparison to the B. A. A. men and accomplished little following back. Hopkins and Morgan did not participate in the scrimmage, their places being taken by Baldwin and Smart respectively.

The line-ups were as follows: HARVARD.  B. A. A. Smart, Clark, Devereux, r.e.  l.e., Osgood Phillips, Gorham, r.c.  l.c., Hicks Sortwell, l.c.  r.c., Clifford, Duncan Baldwin, Hanson, l.e.  r.e., Hornblower Claflin, Graustein, c.p.  c.p., Huntington Willetts, Brown, Handy, p.  p., N. H. Foster Gardner, g.  g., Canterbury

Goals--Clifford, 3; Hicks, 3; Horn-blower, 1; Smart, 1.

Goals--Clifford, 3; Hicks, 3; Horn-blower, 1; Smart, 1.

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