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PLAYING DECIDEDLY LISTLESS

UNIVERSITY HOCKEY TEAM DISPLAYED POOR FORM IN FIRST CONTEST.

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The University hockey team went down to a 3 to 1 defeat before the B. A. A. seven in the first game of the season Saturday evening. The playing of both teams was decidedly listless; accurate passing, team-work and the other ear-marks of good hockey were not in evidence save at rare intervals. The whole team appeared rather over anxious and unsteady, men getting away frequently with good chances to shoot only to lose the puck by overskating it. Some of this weakness was probably due to the soft condition of the ice, which must have hampered the players considerably in their skating as well as in their handling of the puck.

The University team's defence was the most encouraging feature of the game from a Harvard standpoint. Captain Willetts and Claflin were very successful in blighting the hopes of would-be scorers, their work in this department of the game being of a high standard for this early in the season. In getting the puck out of the corners and carrying it out of danger, however, their work was not nearly as effective. Carnochan proved to be a dependable goal-keeper, knocking down a number of hard drives.

Harvard's only goal was scored by Phillips after but fourteen seconds of play. This he accomplished unassisted, getting the puck at mid-rink and eluding the defence for a clean shot at the net.

The summary: B. A. A.  HARVARD. Canterbury, g. g., Carnochan, Washburn Foster, p.  p., Willetts, Brown Huntington, c.p.  c.p., Claflin Sortwell, r.w.  l.w., Hopkins, S. P. Clark, Curtis Hicks, r.c.  l.c., Wanamaker, Adams, Trainer, Rumsey Clifford, l.c.  r.c., Phillips, Saltonstall Osgood, l.w.  r.w., Smart, Morgan, Devereux

Score--B. A. A. 3, Harvard 1. Goals--Phillips, Sortwell, Hicks 2. Referee--H. Foster, Jr. Umpire--C. Goote. Goal umpires--Flynn and Hardy. Timers--E. F. Murphy and H. O. Shuckmann. Time--20-minute halves.

Second Team Candidates Meet at 2.30.

There will be a meeting of all men cut from the University squad and any others who wish to try for the Second University hockey team in the Varsity Club this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. A regular schedule has been arranged and a competent coach secured. Philip Miller Brown '15 of Brookline has been appointed captain of the team. This is the first time that a Second hockey team has been formed in the University, the primary object being to develop men for the University team next year. Everyone with any ability in hockey is urged to report.

Score--B. A. A. 3, Harvard 1. Goals--Phillips, Sortwell, Hicks 2. Referee--H. Foster, Jr. Umpire--C. Goote. Goal umpires--Flynn and Hardy. Timers--E. F. Murphy and H. O. Shuckmann. Time--20-minute halves.

Second Team Candidates Meet at 2.30.

There will be a meeting of all men cut from the University squad and any others who wish to try for the Second University hockey team in the Varsity Club this afternoon at 2.30 o'clock. A regular schedule has been arranged and a competent coach secured. Philip Miller Brown '15 of Brookline has been appointed captain of the team. This is the first time that a Second hockey team has been formed in the University, the primary object being to develop men for the University team next year. Everyone with any ability in hockey is urged to report.

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