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1923 SEXTET SCORES AGAINST UNIVERSITY

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In nearly three-quarters of an hour of play the Freshman sextet caged one goal against the University players, leaving the score 1-0 at the end. Throughout the play was slow and rather disorganized, characterized by swoops up and down the whole length of the rink by each line in turn, which were disrupted by the defense before direct shots to the goals could be made. As nearly the entire squads of both sides got into the scrimmage concerted action was made more difficult. During the first few minutes A. H. Ladd '23, J. Larocque '23, and P. W. Butman '23 the forward line, carried the puck nearly to the goal, but while J. Stubbs '20 and N. S. Walker '20 were on the defense the shots that came through to J. Holmes '21 at goal flew wild. It was not until the fray was more than half over that D. F. Thayer '23, who replaced Larocque at centre, penetrated the University goal by a direct shot after a pass from Ladd on the wing.

R. W. Emmons, 3rd, '20, did not get on the ice yesterday on account of an injured knee, sustained in the contest with the Dartmouth Club. T. M. Avery '21, who has not been in the first line-up for some time, took his place at right wing. As Coach Claflin is in Washington attending the Pan-American Conference Coach Winsor has taken over full charge of the squad until Claflin's return.

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