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At a meeting of the Athletic Committee held last night, it was voted to allow the University hockey team to make a trip to Syracuse during the Christmas recess, playing four games, 2 with the Syracuse Hockey Club and 2 with the University of Ottawa. The team will be the guest of Captain Willetts during its stay.

There will also be two games played before the vacation in the Boston Arena, one on December 6 with the B. A. A., and the other on December 13 with the Institute of Technology. The appointment of John Sherwood Fleek '15 of Newark, O., as assistant manager of the hockey team was approved, and the following schedule for the University baseball team was also passed upon. The games are in Cambridge unless otherwise stated.

April 7.-Unsettled.

April 9.-Unsettled.

April 11.-Massachusetts Agricultural College.

April 14.-Bowdoin.

April 16.-Maine.

April 18.-West Point at West Point.

April 20.-Unsettled.

April 21.-Catholic University at Washington.

April 22.-Annapolis at Annapolis.

April 23.-Georgetown at Washington.

April 24.-Georgetown at Washington.

April 25.-Columbia at New York.

April 28.-Bates.

April 30.-Virginia.

May 2.-Syracuse.

May 5.-Lafayette.

May 7.-Colby.

May 9.-Amherst.

May 12.-Fordham.

May 14.-Vermont.

May 16.-Pennsylvania at Philadelphia.

May 20.-Holy Cross at Worcester.

May 23.-Princeton.

May 27.-Dartmouth.

May 30.-Brown at Providence.

June 3.-Williams.

June 6.-Brown.

June 10.-Holy Cross.

June 13.-Pennsylvania.

June 16.-Yale at New Haven.

June 17.-Yale at Cambridge.

June 20.-Yale at New York (in case of a tie).

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