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Frederick Russell Moseley, Jr. '36, of Dover, was elected captain of the 1936 hockey team yesterday afternoon. At the same time Henry Bellows Robbins '36 of Boston was elected Varsity manager.
Moseley has played an outstanding game as fire center on the Varsity team this year and has led many of the scoring attacks. As center of the team last year he won his major "H" and captained his Freshman sextet.
Last fall Moseley starred as halfback on the Varsity football team and would have received his letter the year before if he had not been thrown out of the game by a mid-season injury. In his Freshman year he also won his numerals in baseball and football.
Besides athletics the new captain has been prominent in Freshman social activities and was a member of the Union Committee.
Robbins was manager of the Freshman hockey team and is a member of the Instrumental Clubs.
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