Last Scrimmage in Preparation for Game With Yale Tomorrow.--Freshmen Act as Opponents.

In a brief snappy practice scrimmage the regular University hockey team overwhelmed the Freshmen yesterday afternoon at the Arena by the score of 4 to 0. The scrimmage marked the last work that the regulars will do in preparation for the first Yale game, since practice for them today will be limited to a short skate. During their four-minute play, the regulars averaged a goal a minute against the 1917 team. At the sound of the first whistle the regular forwards lined up and with careful team-work carried the puck down the ice, where Hopkins scored. Phillips followed with another tally, and a minute later made a long goal from the side of the rink. Smart closed the scoring with a short shot in front of the cage.

Following this the substitutes downed the Freshmen 4 to 0 in a fifteen minute scrimmage. Both teams were so bunched in front of the goals that good shooting was impossible. The passing was poor, due largely to the soft condition of the ice.

The regular line-ups: UNIVERSITY.  1917. Clark, l.w.  r.w., Kissel Hopkins, l.c.  r.c., Childs Phillips, r.c.  l.c., Townsend Smart, r.w.  l.w., Baker Willetts, c.p.  c.p., Harris Claflin, p.  p., Morgan Carnochan, g.  g., Wylde

Goals--Phillips (2), Wanamaker (2), Hopkins, Smart, Curtis.