Fortified by its 6-1 conquest of Framingham High last Wednesday night, Clark Hodder's Yardling sextet will week bigger game tonight, whin it Journeys up to Providence to take on the Mt. St. Charles Academy stickmen in the first of a home-and-home series.
Mt. St. Charles, well stocked with French Canadians, usually puts a strong six on the lee, and wince Coach Holler has given permission for the home team to use the older of its two squads, the battle should provide a good test for the Hoddermen. Last year, the '44 squad defeated the Academy pucksters twice.
Lining up for the face-off will probably be the same men who started the Framingham contest: Art Lee, Tommy Ayres, and Dick Whittington on the forward line, Dick Mechem and Paul Coste manning the defense, and Gus Summers guarding the cage.