Tony Ciami, varsity football player and wrestler from Winthrop, switched to the precise art of fencing yesterday, and came away from the I.A.B. sabre champion of the Houses. He won over 14 other entrants through a straight elimination process.
Eliot's Charlie Querfeld advanced into second place behind Ciami by default after Dave Kenny, from Lowell, had been disqualified. Kenny outpionted Querfeld in the round-robin finals, but was later ruled ineligible for intramural competition because he had fenced in the Inter-collegiates.
In the epee division, Al Gottschalk of Kirkland took the final round from Adams' Phil Villers and Eliot's Jorge Marcos. Villers then trimmed Marcos to clinch second place.