On the House
In the first triangular swim meet of the season, Adams splashed to a bare 26 to 22 win over Eliot after lagging behind until the 200 yard relay of the six event program. Dunster also fell prey to the Gold Coaster's 18 to 30 and to Eliot, 9 to 39.
The second swim meet was a one-way affair for Leverett which racked up a total of 73 points, dropping Dudley 40 to 8, and Winthrop 33 to 15. The Puritans skimmed by Dudley, 27 to 21. Off by themselves in a separate meet, Kirkland rolled over Lowell, 39 to 9.
Top hockey billing goes to the protested game between Dunster and Leverett, up for discussion in the office of Adolph Samborski '25, director of Intramural Athletics, at 1:30 p.m. today. The Funsters are objecting to the final score (they lost, 4 to 2) on the grounds that Leverett showed up half an hour late and there was no referee.
Cliff Alexander with 17 points sparked the Lowell basketball team to a 53 to 39 win over Leverett. Earlier at the IAB, Dudley defeated Adams, 44 to 34, Dunster squeeked by Kirkland with a 37 to 34 victory, and Eliot dropped Winthrop, 34 to 21.
Both top-ranking Kirkland squash teams in "B" and "C" leagues defeated their opponents yesterday, with the loss of but one game between them. Eliot and Dunster in "C" also won.
In freshman basketball, front-running Holworthy (7-0) tightened its grip on first place with a win yesterday. Second place Grays (6-0) also won. Matthews, in third place won and now sports a 6 and 1 record. A crucial game Monday pits Holworthy against Grays, and on Tuesday they meet Matthews South.