When Coach Eddie Jeremiah of the Dartmouth Pucksters, gold Coach Clark Hodder, Crimson hockey mentor, that his squad had no natural ice at Hanover, and would thus be handicapped by lack of practice for its Western trip over Christmas, Hodder proposed that the Indians come down today for practice at the Boston Slating Club and a regulation game tomorrow.
As a result, the Hoddermen will play a double header tomorrow evening, having previously scheduled a game with the Needham Hockey Club. The Needham game will get under way at 7:30 o'clock, and the two encounters will then altercate. The Crimson's first three lines will face the Hanover contingent, and the fourth and fifth line will oppose Needham.
In Quadrangle League games last winter, the Indians downed Hodder's six 5 to 4 at Hanover, and the two squads played to a 3 to 3 tie at the Boston Garden. There are no changes expected in the Crimson lineup for the Dartmouth tussle.