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This evening at 8.15 o'clock at the Boston Arena, the University hockey team will face the Toronto University sextet, one of the strongest teams to visit Boston this year, and likely to furnish the University with an likely to furnish the University with an extremely powerful brand of opposition. Last year the Toronto team was the only one to score a victory over the University, and from all appearances, it has not lost in speed and effectiveness since then. With the Crimson team eager to avenge last year's defeat, one of the best games of the season is promised.
Coach Claflin's men wound up their preparation for this contest with a hard practice session yesterday, in which team-play was stressed. The three forward-line combinations were repeatedly sent down the ice together, and special emphasis was laid on the passing game. The University squad has been practicing since December 28, during which time it has successfully opposed the leading Boston teams in practice sessions.
Due to the fact that E. M. Beals Jr. '25 is still unable to play, on account of his recent injury, the line-up will be the same as that in the game with the Boston Hockey Club. The position of goal has not yet been definitely decided.
It has been announced by the Arena management that, in conjunction with the season tickets, of which there are still a few to be sold, it will be possible for students to obtain additional seats in the season ticket section at a price of $1.65.
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