A powerful Adams House football team ran up a 120 victory over a sluggish Eliot House team yesterday. Leverett also moved into the win column with a 20-6 victory over Dudley.
The Gold Coasters, led by last year's all-star quarterback Jack King, who scored both touchdowns, made most of their gains on the ground. Hal Levy aided the attack with a number of good gaips.
"Our defense was excellent," the Gold Coasters' manager, Joe Connally, reported. "Eliot tried a few passes at the beginning of the game, but the hard-rushing line stopped them cold."
The Elephants' ground attack never materialized. Adams' guards, Bob Ogden and Bob Picard, sparked the defense, setting back the Eliot team for repeated losses.
Eliot's next game will be on Friday when it will take on Leverett House. Don Steiner, manager of the Eliot team, made no prediction for the game, but stated that the Elephants will go through extensive practice during the next two days.