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'41 SEXTET TAKES ON TOUGH RINDGE OUTFIT

Yardling Skaters Attempt to Stretch Winning Streak with Victory Over Schoolboy Champs

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Striving to ring up its eleventh straight victory, Coach Clark Hodder's Yardling sextet faces off with Rindge Technical High, metropolitan district schoolboy champions, at 2.30 o'clock this afternoon in the Arena.

The '41 pucksters should encounter stiff competition in attempting to stretch its winning streak, since the Cambridge outfits lists Exeter, whom the Freshmen barely topped 6-5 last Wednesday, among its victims. Hodder will probably start his winning line combination of Captain Prentle Willets, Burton Cox, and Stacey Hulse, with Butt and Gray on defense. George Hanford will be in the nets.

With a series of victories over schoolboy sextets including Andover, Exeter, Milton, and Belmont Hill behind them, the Yardling skaters are running into tougher opponents as they take on Dartmouth on Friday, and Yale on Saturday, February 26.

Today's encounter will be the first game since last Wednesday, when the Yardlings met Exeter. Their game with B. U. last Monday was called off.

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