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PRINCETON, N. J.--After a three weeks layoff during examinations, Dick Vaughau's sextet returned to the ice Saturday to receive an 8-3 beating at the hands of the Clarkson Tech aggregation.
Princeton's play was hindered by the loss of three veteran players. Bill Barrett, Senior defenseman, was on the sick list along with Sophomore Harry Turner, left wing on the "Kid Line," and Doug Cochrane, center on the Junior line. Both Cochrane and Turner will be ready for action against Harvard, but it is doubtful if Barrett will make the trip.
Coach Vaughan has altered his line-up during the last two weeks. Jack Bissell, out since Christmas with an injured elbow, has again taken his post at center on the first line. Captain Bob Burke, formerly with Barrett on the defense, has been shifted to the right wing position where he played as a Freshman. Vaughan is hoping this combination will increase the team's scoring powers.
Budge Miller has been shifted from his right wing post on the second line to defense, where he teams with Harry Farker. The cage assignment has been handled by both Nicoll and Coleman; Coleman played the entire Yale game, but during the Clarkson encounter her trouble in the first frame and was relieved by Nicoll.
If the Tigers can meet the Crimson six at full strength, they are pointing for a victory which would raise them in the Quadrangular League standings.
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