News from the Houses

Anglers and Puritans

Emerge Triumphant

The Anglers hooked a victory right from under the trunk of the Elephant yesterday afternoon by winning the basketball contest 14-12. In the second game, the Puritan quintet topped the Deacons 15-7. All seven of the Deacon tallies were sunk by Thomas Robinson '37.

The summaries: BROOKS  ELIOT Lyons, r.f.  l.f., Cann Whalen, l.f.  r.f., Hodson Corey, c.  c., Swann Rosenthal, r.g.  l.g., Shapiro Borkum, l.g.  r.g., Clos

Score--Brooks 14, Eliot 12. Substitutions--Brooks: Burnstein. Points--Lyons 4, Corey 6, Borkum 4, Cann 4, Hodson 2, Shapiro 4, Clos 2. Referee--Dennis. WINTHROP  KIRKLAND Howe, r.f.  l.f., Millar Polon, l.f.  r.f., Robinson Maiullo, c.  c., Seder Zdanowicz, r.g.  l.g., Miller Sapienza, l.g.  r.g., Jewell


Score--Winthrop 15. Kirkland 7, Substitutions--Kirkland: Pettee, Marlowe, Notman. Points--Howe 7, Maiullo 6, Sapienza 2, Robinson 7. Referee--Dennis.

Eliot, Leverett, Win Last Squash Games

Inter-House squash competitions in the A and C Leagues reached a resounding finale yesterday afternoon as Eliot blanked Kirkland, 4-0, and Leverett conquered Winthrop, 4-1. The A League winner, to be determined at a meeting of the managers today, will cross racquets with Yale's champion inter-College squash team next Saturday.

The summaries:

Eliot vs. Kirkland

The score--Eliot 4, Kirkland 0.

Finley (E) defeated Fox (K), 3-2; Coolidge (E) defeated Clark (K), 3-2; Mason (E) defeated Strobhar (K), 3-1; match between Plumb (E) and Staples (K), postponed; Dane (E) defeated McDonald (K), 3-0.

Leverett vs. Winthrop

The score--Leverett 4, Winthrop 1.

Thorndike (L) defeated Thackara (W), 3-0; Shaw (L) defeated Peet (W), 3-0; Kaltenborn (L) defeated Ross (W), 3-1; King (L) defeated Williams (W), 3-2; Kellogg (W) defeated Kelly (L), by default.

Anglers Out-Swim Gold Coasters by 36-26

A not-to-be-downed Brooks House relay quartet splashed out a hard win over their Adams House opponents to convert a tied swimming meet into a 36-26 triumph for themselves yesterday afternoon. By virtue of their victory, the exultant Angler natators will face Yale's inter-College tank champions next Saturday.