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Eliot House took over the lead leadership in the inter-House football league yesterday when its team conquered Dudley Hall 13-0 amid miserable weather conditions on Soldiers Field yesterday afternoon. Carter White '38 scored both touchdowns after a sustained power drives had placed the ball close to the Dudley goal.
In the other House game played Winthrop House took a 7-0 decision from Dunster. Although they fumbled on the opening kickoff, the Puritans trned back Dunster's early bid and came back strong to outplay the Deacons throughout the rest of the game. The lone touchdown was rung up in the second half of the contest after a steady march.
The standings of the teams:
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