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Holding their own for the first period of Wednesday's game, the hard fighting Varsity hockey team finally gave way to a laster, more experienced Boston Athletic Association sextet to close its first post-war season with 9 to 2 loss.
Captain Bill Ayres figured in both Crimson tallies, passing the puck out from behind the goal to Bramwell Arnold for a first period score, and again racing down the ice to shoot home a pass from Bob Feloney at 11 seconds of the second period.
Each Crimson goal succeeded in tying the count, but constant pressure from the B.A.A. offense eventually resulted in an onslaught of scores. Fine defense work by George Tilghman and goal keeper John Knowles' valiant efforts were unable to stem the tide.
Composed mainly of former Harvard players, the rugged B.A.A. team was superior to the Crimson sextet in every department, not excluding the ability to get into the penalty box.
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