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This afternoon at 3.15 o'clock at the Charlesbank rinks, the University second hockey team will face the strong Noble and Greenough sextet, in the second contest of the season.
Both teams have been seriously handicapped by the lack of ice, due to warm weather and snow. The seconds, in their first game, against Andover on January 13, which they won by a 2 to 1 score, proved that they have speed and a certain amount of teamwork, despite the fact that they have been unable to practice as much as is necessary for the development of an effective combination.
Good work in this afternoon's contest is expected from Captain Palmer of the seconds, at left wing, Reid, who starred at center against Andover, and Bohlen, who also did well in that game.
Wylde, at right wing, is the star of the schoolboy outfit, and his work today will be watched with considerable interest.
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