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Expecting to repeat their Carnival victory, the Crimson hockey team will meet the Dartmouth sextet in the Arena tomorrow evening. Although the Indians held Yale to a 4-5 score, the Harvard record is much better throughout the year.
With Hallowell and Hovenanian back on the ice, Coach Stubbs is able to restore the "H" line but will start Moseley at center with the Callaways on the wings. Ecker, Ford, and Carr will form the second offense.
In the Olympic Club battle, Duffey was playing with Moseley instead of John Callaway and that combination scored all of Harvard's tallies. Perhaps Duffey was too rough and Stubbs is trying to keep him on the bench with Dewey to be used as shock troops but it seems probable that there will be a shakeup in the announced lines.
The "H" line celebrates its first anniversary at the game tomorrow and it is expected that it will pull out of the little slump which was evident at Brown.
This line has been kept out of serious action for the last two games because of leg injuries to Hallowell and Hovenanian.
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