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gation, but the two mainstays of the local team saw action in neither of these clashes. George Owen '23, now one of the leading defensemen on the Bruins, and J. P. Chase '28, who were mainly responsible for the clubmen's 4 to 3 win over Harvard, did not make the trips to New Haven. Owen was no longer a member of the team which the Crimson upset in a return battle, but Chase, last year's captain, was one of the outstanding players on the Garden ice.

O. P. Jackson '29, who turned in a fine performance against the Indians, will once again defend the Crimson cage, this time against the hard drives of Chase, Clark Hodder '25, another former University captain, and Everett, erstwhile Dartmouth star. The Harvard scoring machine will be given a thorough test by the opposing defense, Fitzgerald and Perry, and by Learned, one of the best goalies in amateur ranks.

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