Matthews Hall came out first in the Phillips Brooks House Ping Pong contest with 39 points Wednesday, but Ted Cohn '44 of Thayer Hall walked off with top honors when he beat Grover Hansen '44 of Weld Hall in the finals that afternoon.
Playing a defensive game and relying on a back-hand, top-spin drive, Cohn vanquished his opponent in three straight games. Toughest men in the tournament, according to the winner, were Dan Goronstein of Dudley and Johnny Burton, of Matthews. In the match with Burton, Cohn revenged the licking he received at the hands of his opponent in the finals of last fall's Freshman tennis tournament.
By obtaining the highest total of points in the tournament. Matthews Hall will receive the Freshmen ping pong plaque. Following closely on Matthews' heels were Thayer Hall with 32 points and Weld with 28.
Approximately 125 Freshman entered this year's tournament, the first of its kind in Yardling history. Next year, the PBH Freshman Committee will also include chess and bridge in the inter-hall competition.
Wigglesworth WinsOnly one of the two scheduled football games in the Yard touch league was played yesterday. In a scheduled match
Walking Tour of Beacon HillTommorrow, July 30. The tour will leave from Matthews Hall 4 at 2 p.m., and will include a visit to
Freshmen Select Ten Committee Members For Stag Smoker and Jubilee in SpringEight hundred and fifty Freshmen went to the polls yesterday during lunch and dinner hours and elected the ten men
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9 Freshmen Given Mid-Year StipendsTen mid-year scholarship awards to Freshmen were announced by the Dean's office yesterday. Matthews inhabitants were the principal beneficiaries of