News from the Houses

Dunster Volunteers Yield Victory to Old Rivals, 22-10

Lowell House defeated its traditional rival, Dunster, in basketball yesterday afternoon 22-10. Although Dunster had no team in the House basketball league, a volunteer quintet has been practicing during the last few weeks in preparation for the challenge match with Lowell.

H. R. Woodard '33, of Lowell was the outstandin player of the game, with nine points to his credit, while the high scorer for the Dunster five was A. T. T. Schumaker '33, who netted eight points. This is the last game for both teams, since the House basketball season officially closed several weeks ago.

Score--Lowell 22, Dunster 10. Points--Lowell; Woodard 9, Howard 5, Ferriter 4, Campbell 2, Taylor 2; Dunster: Shumaker 8, Dean, McKain. Personal Fouls--Lowell: Taylor 2, Ferriter, Howard; Dunster: Dean 4, Fuerbringer 2. The summary: LOWELL  DUNSTER Ferriter, r.f.  l.f., Schumaker Taylor, Campbell, c.  c., Wilder Woodard, Burke, l.f.  r.f., McKain Howard, r.g.  l.g., Plaut Graf, l.g.  r.g., Dean, Fuerbringer