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Leverett House, which was tied with Eliot last week, finds itself leading the House football league today at the close of the fourth week of play. After starting the season with a loss, the Rabbits proceeded to start rolling and have now piled up a record of having won four straight games without once seeing their goal line crossed.
Deadlocked in second place are the elevens of Kirkland and Lowell. The former are the only undefeated outfit in the league, while the latter last week trounced Eliot by 21-0 to shatter the Elephants' undefeated dreams.
Today Leverett and Kirkland square off in a clash which should go a long way toward determining the 1937 champion. The other bout finds Dunster facing Dudley in a collar battle.
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