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The University hockey team wound up a week of intensive preparation for the Princeton game tomorrow with a fast scrimmage in which neither of two teams was able to score on the other. E. M. Beals Jr. '25 has completely recovered from his recent injury, and started the practice at center, with G. G. Walker '24 at left wing and Joseph Larocque Jr. '23 at right wing. With Captain Owen and W. E. Crosby Jr. '24 backing up on the defence, this combination has displayed an excellent style of hockey in practice scrimmages this week.
In consideration of the fact tomorrow night's game promises to be one of the most difficult on the schedule, as well as one of the most important, Coach Claflin decided to give his charges a rest today, so that every member of the squad will be in the best possible condition tomorrow night.
A number of changes have been made in the University schedule, and several games have been added recently. The revised schedule is as follows:
January 20--Yale at New Haven.
January 26--M. I. T. (pending).
February 6--B. A. A.
February 9--University of Pennsylvania (pending).
February 24--Princeton at Princeton.
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