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HOCKEY TEAM HITS HIGH SPOT OF YEAR AS IT MEETS YALE

Spectacle of Friend Pitted Against Friend Will Be Seen as Old Team Mates Meet on Opposing Teams

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In a battle which finds both of the traditional rivals at full strength, the Harvard and Yale Hockey teams face off tonight in the Garden at 8:30.

Reinforced by the return of Ben Hallowell, the Crimson will have three forward lines with an aggregate potential strength greater than they have had for any game yet this season. A first line of the season's high scorers, a second line of up and coming scrappy sophomores, and a third line with two members of the once famous "H" line, will offer plenty of power to hammer the Eli defense.

Yale Captain League Champion

On its side Yale has a first line, led by the captain and All-League wing Jim Mills, which has grooved itself into such good teamwork that it could play with blinders, while the second and third lines have shown themselves perfectly capable of supporting their half of the job so far in a rather successful season.

The Harvard-Yale battles, fierce as they are, usually offer the spectacle of friend pitted against friend.

Among the 21 Harvard men who are expected to play in tonight's game are Sam and John Callaway. Sam, in his senior year at the Concord school teamed with Jim Mills and Bill Moore of Yale on the same forward line. That was four years ago, and tonight they may meet again. John Callaway teamed with Cocroft and Gagarin, when the trio were in St. Paul's.

Yale is now at the top of the Quadrangular League, while Harvard is at the bottom; to nights game will tie the two if Harvard wins, put the Cambridge sextet firmly in the cellar if they lose. That is why all roads lead to the Garden tonight.

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