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After two unsuccessful attempts to defeat the weatherman, the CRIMSON and Lampoon hockey teams will try again today. Experts have examined the skates of the news dispensers and have pronounced them capable of performing anything from the Gaby Glide to the Dog Trot. Voila!
As previously planned, the players will gather at the Home of Waggery at 3 o'clock this afternoon and will march to the Stadium rink. Immediately after the game there will be a reception in honor of the funny boys at the Stillman Infirmary. Dr. Bailey will receive and will endeavor to gather the Lampooners together in case they are all broken up over the game. Music will be by Alexander's Rag Time Band, but the cripples will be expected to furnish their own rags.
D. J. P. Wingate '14 will officiate as referee as long as he can get away with it, and J. R. O. Perkins '14 will umpire for the same length of time. The goal umpires have not yet been selected from the list of 5000 applicants. Every thing considered, the game promises much, and tomorrow that old time favorite "the fool who rocked the boat" will have a first class sidekicker in the modern exponent of vacuum "the man who bet on the Lampoon."
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