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Yardling Sextet Whips Northeastern by 11 to 2

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Paced by Job Bray's four goals and two assists, the Yardling hockey team routed the Northeastern freshmen, 11 to 2, in a bruising game in the Arena yesterday. Dick Clasby scored three times, while Jeff Coolidge starred on the Crimson defense.

Two penalties in the first 15 seconds set the tone of the game. The Yardlings scored almost at will; twice Bray and Clasby each stickhandled half the length of the ice to tally unassisted.

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