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With odds very much in its favor the University hockey team will meet Princeton at the Philadelphia rink tomorrow night in the final match of the season. The Crimson seven is in perfect condition after their short practice last night and in spite of the disadvantage of a long trip is expected to be in excellent form for the contest with the Tigers.
Twelve men from the University hockey squad, tow managers, Coach Claflin, and Rubber Holy will leave today on the 5 o'clock train for New York where they will spend the night. Tomorrow they will take the 2 o'clock train for Philadelphia where they will meet the Orange and Black stickmen at 7.45 o'clock. The game will consist of three fifteen minute periods. Saturday night will be spent by the players in Philadelphia and on Sunday they will return to the University.
Eastern title in Question.
If the Crimson seven defeats Princeton in this second game of the series it will give the University team a clear and unquestioned title to the eastern intercollegiate championship and at the same time will end one of the most brilliant hockey seasons this University has ever had.
The following will make the trip today for Philadelphia; D. Angier '22, T. M. Avery '21, F. McN. Bacon '21, C. W. Baker '22, E. L. Bigelow '21, J. Gaston '21, J. Martin '22, H. B. W. Snelling '21, J. Stubs '20, N. S. walker '20. The managers who will go are L. T. Lanman '20 and J. J. Kennedy '22.
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