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The History of Harvard's Commencement, Explained

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Devotees of hockey at the University were put into a gloom when Coach Claflin resigned his post. But this proved to be merely the darkness before dawn. Mr. Alfred Winsor, has, since 1917, kept himself as much as possible out of the public eye: but hockey at the University has fortunately continued to feel his influence and has never allowed him out of its sight. Now when it has fallen upon stony ground, Mr. Winsor has returned to the rescue.

A curious side-light on the man may be found in the Harvard B Book's account of hockey. Mr. Winsor wrote the account and except for an editor's note at the end, one would never know that the man was responsible for the Winsor system in hockey. And the Winsor system has been to hockey what the Houghton system has been to football. While regretting the loss of Mr. Claflin, everyone must congratulate the hockey team on its good fortune in securing again as a guide the founder of its past success.

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