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LOWELL HOLDS ANNUAL WINTER SPORTS FEAST

Champion Basketball, Squash Teams Get Prizes--Coolidge, Samborski, and Bingham Attend Dinner

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Freshman intending to apply for Lowell House can be assured of one meal of tender steak, good vegetables and plenty of them at least once a year if they go to the annual Winter Sports Dinner where the winning athletic teams and members of the House not on the House committee receive books for general helpfulness.

Notables present at the dinner included Julian L. Coolidge, professor of Mathematics, William J. Bingham, director of Physical Education and Athletics, and Adolph W. Samborski '25 director of Intramural Athletics. Arthur W. Todd '35 presided.

The winning teams whose members received prizes were as follows: Basketball: Brent M. Abel '37, Henry M. Adlis '37, Donald B. Bates '35, Perry J. Culver '37, Harold L. Drimmer '35, Richard A. Illoway '36, George E. Moredock, Jr. 1L, coach, Maurice M. Stern '36. Soloman W. Stern, Jr. '35, and Edmund C. Walsh, III '35.

Team C Squash: No. 1 Elliott K. Shapira '35, No. 2 Frank G. Sohn '35, No. 3 Samuel F. Rockwell, Jr. 5E.S., No. 4 MacDonald Deming '37, No. 5 Robert A. Steel '35.

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