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With the eastern college championship safely in their possession by virtue of last Saturday's extra period win over the Dartmouth six, the University skaters are taking no chances in preparing for their second clash with the Eli stick men on the Madison Square Garden ice tomorrow night. Coach Bigelow will put his puck chasers through their final workout before the game at 1.30 o'clock in the Arena today and the squad will probably entrain for New York at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning.

Last Friday night, the Yale team came to Boston to do battle with the B. A. A. skaters and were sent home on the short end of a 4 to 3 score after playing fast hockey against the Boston amateur team. The following Monday the Elis journeyed to the Hobey Baker rink and met with a 2 to 1 rebuff at the hands of the aggressive Tigers. This was the second time that the Nassan sextet has humbled the Bulldog this season on the ice. Yale showed a great improvement over the first Princeton loss. The result was not decided until the last play of an overtime period after the Blue puck men had led nearly the whole game.

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