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In their evening's encounter with the B. U. Yearlings last night, the '44 sextal came off with an 8 to 2 victory to continue their winning streak. The Varsity, in an unofficial encounter with the Junior Olympics, dropped their game by the reverse score, 2 to 8.
The Freshmen, displaying a burst of pop early in their match, put six goals away in the first period, and from them on kept affairs well in hand.
Sandy MacMillan made the only solo of the evening when he got a partial break-away close to the cage late in the first period and snapped one in from the side.
Varsity Blows Lead
The pucksters forget out to an early 2 to 0 lead over the Junior Olympics in their unofficial match, but they then fell to pieces, as the final score of 8 to 2 would indicate. The Junpics scored on every opportunity and even benefited from one goal knocked in by a flustered member of Hodder's fourth line.
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