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Varsity Stickmen Will Meet Braeburn at Country Club

Game Slated for Tonight if Weather Improves


Postponed because of the warm weather, the scheduled practice game between the Varsity pucksters and the Braeburn team at the Braeburn Country Club will be played tonight if conditions improve.

Only the Sophomore line of George Roberts, Ned Cutter, and Johnny Mechem has escaped revision after the exam period. Under the necessity of working up some close teamwork before the Dartmouth game this Saturday, Joe Stubbs has formed his forward lines and kept them fixed in the three practice sessions so far. They will be put to the first tost tonight.

On the first line Stubbs has put George Ford in the pivot position, flanked by Captain Freddy Moseley, converted into a left wing, and Louis Carr, a right wing, Al Dewey pivots a line flanked by Leo Ecker and Mike Hovenanian. Roberts, Mechem and Cutter form the third line.

Braeburn has a team composed of former Harvard players including the Hutchinson brothers, and former stars of other college sextets.

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